My spin on an interesting article on Yahoo Finance from Forbes Magazine about IBM’s embrace of linux – Quentin Tarantino’s recent films “Kill Bill” volumes 1 & 2, I think are quite appropriate (and amusing) when take in the context of the general slant the article takes :D Titled “Kill Bill”, it starts by saying, … [Read More »]
Archives for May 2004
WordPress v1.2 is out now. I think at last count I had three blogs running WordPress and another couple in development, so it’s going to take a bit of time to test out the new version and get it deployed everywhere. I’ll get to it when I can. This whole site needs a good redesign, … [Read More »]
Sent to me by email… Sometimes there comes along a truly gifted and unique individual with way too much time on their hands. Recently an Internet Service Provider conducted an audit of the Tech Support logs. Some personal entries were found. Here is one: “Whenever I get a package of plain M&Ms, I make it … [Read More »]
This is totally awesome – this guy used LEGO components and the LEGO Mindstorms engine to create a robot which can [url=http://jpbrown.i8.com/cubesolver.html]solve a Rubik’s Cube[/url] all by itself. There is even a video of it in operation.
If you have ever built a website and tried to get it listed in the search engine, you would have done at least a little research into which engines are out there, and how has web crawlers and how they work. Check out this fascinating [url=http://www.bruceclay.com/searchenginerelationshipchart.htm]Search Engine Relationship Chart[/url] which shows who supplies who with … [Read More »]