Slashdotters cheer for MyDoom

This says a lot about the intelligence of some of the folks on Slashdot. Are they having a joke? Perhaps. But cheering on a virus is kind of like cheering on a terrorist.   Via ExtremeTech.

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the geekiest shirt of all time

shopping on Broadway today, found a great store called Yellow Rat Bastard and bought a couple of shirts, including this one. Oh mum, you’d be so proud.

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The Genesis of OneNote

wow, this is the power of blogging… Chris Pratley talks about how OneNote came about. Great post.

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the Blue Screen T-shirt

Warning: A fatal exception has occurred. Source: bkchung

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Gene Network Sciences

At Cornell today I chatted with Basudev Chaudhuri who is a Senior Research Scientist in Software Development and Scientific Computing with a Cornell-based company called Gene Network Sciences. GNS “accelerates the drug discovery process by creating dynamic computer models of living cells and next generation data-mining tools for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. GNS combines the power of mathematics,…

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BizTalk 2004 rocks Tokyo

A blogger from Japan writes a positive review after attending training on the soon-to-be-released BizTalk Server 2004.

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Patterns and Best Practices for Enterprise Integration

This seems like a well-written site dedicated to making the design and implementation of integration solutions easier. WARNING: It’s platform agnostic. 🙂

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Do Plants Practice Grid Computing?

According to Nature, plants seem to optimize their ‘breathing’ by conducting simple calculations through a distributed computing scheme. “Plants appear to ‘think’, according to US researchers, who say that green plants engage in a form of problem-solving computation.” Source: http://radio.weblogs.com/0105910/2004/01/22.html%23a713  

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