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September 28, 2007  2:31 PM

What are the 45 best freeware design programs?



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, blog, design, desktop, downloads, free, freeware, fundamentals, image, interactive media, learning, listings, multimedia, tool, useful, Web applications, Web design

snap2objects.com knows. In fact, Mauricio Duque's list of the 45 best freeware design programs is just the thing to help...

September 24, 2007  12:41 PM

Watch the Catsters on YouTube and learn about monads, math and functional programming



Posted by: GuyPardon
courses, education, free, fundamentals, languages, programming, video, YouTube

Ok, I admit it: calculus is now officially a decade in my past. Math, or "maths," as the Brits put it, however, is very much in my present, considering the importance of algorithms to modern life. (For more on that, just review this thread on the


September 21, 2007  11:09 AM

Video: MS-DOS 5 Upgrade creates geeky nostalgia — or not



Posted by: GuyPardon
humor, Microsoft, video

Thanks to the terrific, frequently hilarious Geekend over at TechRepublic (I love anyone who can be as unabashedly geeky about scifi and fantasy as


September 19, 2007  10:11 AM

Harrrrr! ‘Tis International Talk Like a Pirate Day



Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
fun, humor, Internet

pirate.gif Avast, all ye scurrrrrvy sons o' sea cooks! I don't...


September 17, 2007  1:49 PM

Andreesen on the three kinds of platforms, the cloud and the future of the Internet



Posted by: GuyPardon
Amazon, blog, buzzword, cloud computing, code, entrepeneurship, futurism, innovation, interesting, Internet, interoperability, learning, Microsoft, operating systems, programming, Silicon Valley, social networking, the cloud, Web services

One of my favorite discoveries of the past year has definitely been Marc Andreessen's blog. From the moment he first started posting long, chewy, thoughtful discussions of his thoughts on technology,


September 14, 2007  11:45 AM

Printer technology to deliver medication



Posted by: SarahCortes
hardware, invention, medicine, science, Technology

I'm sure we all have an old laser printer or two around the house - you know, the one that's sits in the corner unplugged, gathering dust.  One of these days, we'll put it up for sale on eBay or Craigslist.  One of these days.  Well, that printer just might contain technology that can aid in...


September 12, 2007  10:21 AM

A-Space and Intellipedia: Spy agencies go all Web 2.0



Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
AJAX, applications, new media, news, participation, social networking, Web 2.0, Web applications, wiki

Birds do it, bees do it... Well, ok -- that wasn't true. Birds and bees aren't getting into wikis and social networking yet but almost everyone else is. Even spies are all over it. Last year the feds launched a wiki for the 16 US intelligence agencies (Did you know there were that many? I didn't.)...


September 11, 2007  9:36 AM

The Singularity: Creating smarter-than-human intelligence through high technology



Posted by: GuyPardon
artificial intelligence, buzz, collaboration, cool, event, exploration, forum, futurism, innovation, invention, nanotech, robotics, science, Virtualization

This past weekend, many of the world's foremost thinkers gathered at the Singularity Summit within the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. You might ask what the Singularity is, of course, as the focus of all of this heady cogitation? It's the...


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