Emerging Technologies

Day Dreaming About Voice Web

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“IBM Next Five in Five” is a list of innovations that have the potential to change the way people work, live and play over the next five years. New technology will change how people create, build and interact with information and e-commerce websites – using speech instead of text. We know this can happen because […]

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LinkLog: Python

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From TopicMinder Alerts:Python Sun, Microsoft Boost IDEs Pydap 2.9.9.dev1 huTools 0.34a-r4292 BIP 0.1a sourcecodegen 0.4 Are Computer Languages Irrelevant? Are Computer Languages Irrelevant? Alex Blewitt: The rise and fall of OSGi and JSR277 (respectively) Sun, Microsoft Boost IDEs Ultimate Game Design: Building Game Worlds Senior C++ Entwickler Best Coder Software (P) Limited – Software Engineer/Web […]

Emerging Technologies

LinkLog: Technology Trends

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From TopicMinder alerts: Tech Trends Relational Modeling? Not as we know it! This topic deserves a post of its own. I have been reading up a bunch of stuff on flexible database design, using semantic technologies to ease schema evolution and a bunch of other interesting ideas. 1CThe distributed social web 1D Semantic Microblogging A […]

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LinkLog: Cloud Computing

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Here are alerts from TopicMinder on Cloud Computing How I’m Moving My Data Center into The Cloud IBM to offer cloud computing services for enterprises Who’s Getting ROI from Cloud Computing Now What Gartner Didn’t Say About Client Virtualization Is your head in the clouds? Windows Azure: Why Microsoft Better Get it Right How to […]

Ideas, Creativity, Innovation

Thanksgiving 2008

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It is Thanksgiving day. I have a lot to be thankful of.  I can’t imagine my life without any of these. The Internet – For giving me a way to earn a living Browsers and plugins (I spend more time of my life in this app than with my family) Email – My second most […]

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LinkLog: Intel Parallel Tools

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Just found out about Intel Parallel Studio. Signed up. Looks cool. Hopefully kickstart innovation in multi-core apps. They just need to add a couple of multi-core challenges. Kind of disappointed that the language support is only for C/C++ but hopefully other languages will catch up soon. You may also want to check out Go Parallel.

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Michael Chrichton

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Andromeda Strain and Terminal man were my introduction to a class of science fiction called future history. And when I learned that Michael Chrichton was in his early twenties when he wrote these books, I was simply blown away. This morning, I learned that he passed away at the young age of 66. Farewell my […]

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Change Happens

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Unbelievable as it may seem, America starts a new Chapter. In one of the most inspiring speeches Obama said: “If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible, who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time, who still questions […]