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Self-Contained Digitally Signed Documents. A draft version of a paper published in the proceedings of ICISA 2014 (The International Conference on Information Science and Applications, Seoul, May 2014). It’s about digital signatures, that is, signing documents cryptographically rather than with ink on paper:

You may think you know about ubiquitous computing until you get closer to what’s happening in Korea and Japan. Download our reports and get a quick update.

U-Essence. Find out the essence and major trends of ubiquitous computing in Korea and Japan.

U-Korea, U-Japan, U-Fever. If you introduce an IT or telecom product or service to the Korean or Japanese markets, gain credibility by mastering the u-language. Here is a report that gets you up to speed.

Linguistic Aspects of Ubiquitous Computing: On “ubiquitous” in Japanese and Korean Information Technology. A draft version of a paper published in the proceedings of ICISA 2010 (The International Conference on Information Science and Applications, Seoul, April, 2010). The double semantics of the word ubiquitous is a hidden language barrier in understanding Japanese and Korean information technology.

FileStat, a package for accessing low level file information from Java under Linux/Unix. Food for real geeks. Helps you get those file metadata bits you always dreamed you had. Uses native C code, not for the faint of heart. Unpack with tar zxf filestat*.tgz and check the README. See also this post.