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|“I usually pick the data that works for me and point to the rest and say, ‘it’s flawed’.”
Steven Wadsworth, president of Walt Disney Internet Group
Great quote in an article by Mark Walsh, Disney Exec: Online Revenue Could Be Double
|When I wanted to build a knowledgebase, I turned to my preferred hammer, SharePoint. My secret goal was to simply avoid the 11th circle of IT hell — the hell where all bad programmers go.
Gavin Clabaugh, The Cuneiform Code
Chip designers used to sign their work with hidden graphics. I thought this one was especially clever. Each of the dots (chips) behind the buffalo represents a version of the microchip.
Learn more about this particular chip and see other examples of chip art.
are 14 blades are two blade servers (with room for 12 more) and a SAN in this one clean-looking unit.
Read more about the technology that the city of Hickory, North Carolina has deployed.
Learn more about the technology used at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. This robotic tape library is 14 years old and still going strong.
The mouse was invented by Douglas Englebart.
Learn more about this computer.
Read more about the OLPC initiative.