Check this out. The Google Native Client is a new set of components that allows Web browsers to download and execute native x86 code. It’s not an emulator, and it’s not a virtual machine. The code runs on the actual … Continue reading
On Monday in all fifty states and the District of Columbia, the Presidential Electors met and formally cast their ballots for the President and Vice-President of the United States. This is the vote that really counts and in Colorado all … Continue reading
In 2008 we take a lot of how we interact with computers for granted. We point-and-click with a mouse, have hyperlinks, online collaboration, object-oriented programming, videoconferencing. This stuff is everywhere and we do it daily without a second thought. 40 … Continue reading
From MacRumours, Apple has filed patents showing work they are doing on more immersive user interfaces. Leopard already shows hints of this. This looks interesting.
The vile Anne Coulter’s sewer of a mouth has literally ben wired shut: THAT although we didn’t think it would be pos sible to silence Ann Coulter, the leggy reaction- ary broke her jaw and the mouth that roared has … Continue reading
One of my favorite expressions has been made an official English word by the Collins English Dictonary. In a sign that the English language is rapidly evolving [as it has been for centuries and now at an accelerating rate], the word … Continue reading
Google has opened an online photo gallery with millions of photos from the archvies of Life magazine. So far there are about two million photos with plans to scan in all ten million photos from Life’s library. A majority of these images … Continue reading
Barack Obama will be our first truly wired president, but being president does not allow him to be as wired as he might like. Jeff Zeleny of the NY Times writes: For all the perquisites and power afforded the president, … Continue reading