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02 May 2007

News from the Net

NASA finally deals with ethical issues.

OpenBSD 4.1 released.

Jersey Turnpike to harvest wind from cars passing by.

Mathematica 6 launched.

I had never heard of cymatics, but this demo is an interesting video.

Sector size changes from 512 bytes to 4096 bytes.

Lip-reading surveillance cameras.

Google once again breaks their vow to not be evil.

Oh look, Bush is justifying himself calling the following countries terrorists: Russia, China, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, India, Israel, Lebanon, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine and Venezuela.

Phone taps lead to more encryption.

Interesting... An open-source hardware development tool.

This one's for Brett -- fossilized forest in Illinois

Ever tried Linux and thought, "damn, I wish it had driver XYZ"? Well, this guy sure did something about it.

I like the commentator's comments on this one... Micro$oft puts their foot in their mouth and justifies pirated copies of Windows.

See! I told you!!! Looks like schools will start adding DDR to gym class.

You like those Compact Florescent Lightbulbs (I don't - they only last a few weeks in this house)? Well, better hope you don't break one.

1 comment:

  1. "One topic that is evidently too hot to handle: How do you cope with sexual desire among healthy young men and women during a mission years long?"

    I'd rather know about the unhealthy sexual desire! ;-)