<latemp_subject "Shlomi Fish’s Articles and Essays" />
<h2 id="index-to-essays"><a href="Index/">Index to my Essays</a></h2>
An index to the essays I wrote. (some of which were not published here).
<h2 id="non-fiction-books-recommendations"><a href="books-recommends/">Books’ Reviews</a></h2>
A list of books I read and can recommend or recommend against. Includes
technical (computer or Electronics) books and other non-fiction books.
<h3 id="computing"><a href="computers/">Computing</a></h3>
Essays about computers: programming, computer society, hacking, etc.
<h3 id="politics"><a href="politics/">Politics</a></h3>
Essays about politics.
<h3 id="general-essays"><a href="philosophy/">General Essays</a></h3>
General essays, about philosophy proper or about leading a better life.
<h2 id="random-ideas"><a href="ideas/">Random (Practical) Ideas I have</a></h2>
I have quite a lot of ideas which could prove of value to others. In this,
I’m trying to put them online in hope they will be materialized by someone
else. (it’s lame, but everyone else is doing it)
<h3 id="blogs"><a href="$(ROOT)/me/blogs/">My Blogs</a></h3>
I post regular thoughts and smaller-scope, more controversial or less
finalised essays to my weblogs.
<h3 id="hackers-il"><a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hackers-il/">The Hackers-IL
You can find philosophical posts I wrote there, mainly about computers. Be
sure to read other people’s comments on them too. Note that I changed my
mind on some of them after their initial posting.
<h3 id="philosophy-il"><a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/philosophy-il/">The Philosophy-IL
Another group that I’m a member of and regularly posts stuff there.
<h3 id="advogato"><a href="http://www.advogato.org/">Advogato</a></h3>
I also post there occasionally.
<h2 id="by-others"><a href="by-others/">By Others</a></h2>
These are articles by other people that I keep here - usually such that went
<h2 id="solving"><a href="solving/">Solving</a></h2>
A new philosophical-political initiative that outlines several new
(and experimental) paradigms for advancing Liberalism beyond a
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<a href="http://fc-solve.shlomifish.org/oss-fs/docbook/">Open Source, Free Software
and Other Beasts</a>
An essay I wrote about the various terms involved in the open source world,
their meaning and origin.
<h3><a href="http://fc-solve.shlomifish.org/perl-att-newbies/perl-newbies/book1.html">“Usability” of the Perl Online World for Newcomers</a></h3>
An essay about how suitable is the Perl online world for newcomers to the
language and how can everyone individually change the situation. You can also
check <a href="http://fc-solve.shlomifish.org/perl-att-newbies/">a PDF version,
the DocBook/XML sources and an executive summary.</a>
<h3><a href="<rellink url="philosophy/obj-oss/" host="t2" />">Objectivism and Open Source</a></h3>
An article about why Open Source is compatible with the Objectivist Philosophy
<h3><a href="israel-pales/">A Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict</a></h3>
An essay that outlines a short term and long term solution to the Israeli-
<h3><a href="computers/when-c-is-best/">When C is the Best (Tool for