Four wireless technologies move toward starting gate – from USA Today… WiMax The most mature of the technologies is WiMax, a long-range service being developed by 70 companies worldwide, including AT&T, Covad and Intel. Unlike current Wi-Fi hot spots, which have a reach of about 300 feet, WiMax stations will be able to send and … [Read More »]
Archives for March 2004
Yes, Australia has its very own [url=http://www.toiletmap.gov.au/]National Public Toilet Map[/url] – maintained by the government !! Thanks to our very own Bronny Bishop (Federal Minister for Aged Care), we now have a comprehensive map which “identifies the location of more than 13000 public toilet facilities in Australian towns and cities, including rural areas, and along … [Read More »]
Off to Melbourne this time – three days teaching a course to business partners and IBMers. Should be good. Love the Sheraton Towers too – my home away from home. Stay 19 I think this time.
On my flight home from Perth today, we passed almost directly over Adelaide at around 35,000 feet and I got a pretty much unrestricted view of the SA coastline from around Port Lincoln all the way down to Robe – at the one time ! Visibility was excellent, and I could clearly see the Coorong, … [Read More »]
[url=http://www.google.com/technology/pigeonrank.html]Pigeon Rank technology at Google[/url] The technology behind Google’s great results As a Google user, you’re familiar with the speed and accuracy of a Google search. How exactly does Google manage to find the right results for every query as quickly as it does? The heart of Google’s search technology is PigeonRank™, a system for … [Read More »]