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ЖЖ-шная синдикация наконец-то просралась и признала RSS за RSS. Впрочем, bloglines был вполне доволен этим RSS'ом с самого начала.
Жжение. Не только ажилистов касается, между прочим.
I’ve been having difficulty recently with a trend I’m seeing on projects. What happens is this: we (an agile development team) engage with a client for a short period — typically 2-4 weeks — to investigate how we might work with them to solve their problem. During this period, we drive out lots of stories, do some technical investigation and estimation, and out of this we generate a high level release plan. All very good, you might think. But then, unfortunately, everything is mysteriously forgotten about except the release plan, which suddenly grows horns and fangs and becomes a Fixed-Price Fixed-Scope Big Up-Front Project Plan.
A 73-year-old bar manager who illegally performed copyrighted tunes by The Beatles and other artists on the harmonica was arrested Thursday on suspicion of violating the Copyright Law, police said.
Arrested was Masami Toyoda, of Tokyo's Nerima-ku. He has reportedly admitted to the allegations against him.
Investigators accuse Toyoda of illegally performing 33 songs such as The Beatles' songs "Here, There and Everywhere" and "Yesterday," whose copyrights are managed by the Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers. He allegedly performed the songs on the harmonica with a female pianist at the bar he operated between August and September this year.