I’m under an NDA, so I can’t actually tell you anything about Dell’s blade servers coming 4th quarter, 2004. What I can tell you is that Brocade never ceases to amuse me. This company sends me a brochure that might as well have been leathre-bound and gold-plated. It was ultra slick and obviously created at… Continue reading Dell Blade Server Preview
Month: October 2004
Ivan “Victim” Jailed: Tornado Reveals Child Porn Cache
See? Tornadoes can do good things too!
SpaceShipOne Wins $10 Million Ansari X Prize in Historic 2nd Trip to Space
This day in history! SpaceShipOne reaches a height exceeding the requirements for the Ansari X prize. This achievment is said to be the door to spaceward tourism, though I’m not as concerned about that. I would certainly enjoy a flight to space, but I’m guessing the price is a bit steep at the moment. We… Continue reading SpaceShipOne Wins $10 Million Ansari X Prize in Historic 2nd Trip to Space
It’s a beautiful fall day and my office building lost power for almost an hour. Seems inexplicable, but it was a good excuse to go out and enjoy the afternoon sunshine for a bit.
Starbuck’s in Gainesville
I’ve been eyeing the “Coming Soon” sign sitting innocently at a local Starbucks development. I’m not a trendy suburbanite, I just like coffee a great deal. While their’s is not the best I can get, it certainly beats gas stations and many of the pseudo coffee houses. There is some fear from locals that a… Continue reading Starbuck’s in Gainesville
Why don’t they create a
Why don’t they create a camera with internet access? why should we suffer with inferior optics in cell phones?
Social Innovation Forum
In follow-up to my previous post, I found some relevant information on the voter’s lottery idea. I don’t recall the name of the person credited on NPR for the idea, but I’m thinking Alan Kay was not the guy. At any rate, his article was interesting to skim. And for what it’s worth, I’d pay… Continue reading Social Innovation Forum
Your Vote Could Win You 10 Million $$
NPR this morning spoke of adding a lottery to the voting process. The proposal would likely guarantee a 100% turnout, up from the meager 50% (including my absence).