- OS X on Intel Still Not Complete
- Prince of Persia Movie to be Released in 2006
- Microsoft uses invalid code on website in order to make it work with IE
- Classic Web Browser Emulator
- From The Shadows Box 6.0!
- Photoshop – how to make people look old
- The Simpsons movie set for 2008
- Stress-testing the Nano: by dropping it out of a moving car.
- eBay buys Skype
- World’s ONLY Superman Documentary
Wow, I wonder what they have in mind…
Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters
hsuwh writes “Google has hired Internet pioneer Vint Cerf away from MCI as its “Chief Internet Evangelist”. “He is one of the most important people alive today,” said [Google CEO Eric] Schmidt, who has been friends with Cerf for more than 20 years. “Vint has put his heart and soul into making the Internet happen. I know he is going to jump right in here and start shoveling out new ideas for Google.””
Bye little buddy.
Bob Denver, TV’s Gilligan, Dead at 70 – Yahoo! News
LOS ANGELES –
Bob Denver, whose portrayal of goofy castaway Gilligan on the 1960s TV show “Gilligan’s Island” made him an iconic figure to generations of TV viewers, has died. He was 70.
I have really wanted to see this in action…however I have had trouble with getting it running myself. I do think that this will eventually be an important project.
Beagle Desktop Search Reviewed
An open-source alternative, Beagle provides fast indexing and searching of all your files. Kevin of the LinuxForums.org content development team has used it, abused it and reviewed it.
I found these guys through an article on Wired. This is impressive. They are keeping their data center up despite the destruction and mayhem around them.
I have been monitoring their IRC channel it is mind blowing to read about all this.
Links to Photos and blogs are available through the wired article.
Wired News: Flood Waters Can’t Sink Net Link
Despite the loss of most public utilities, at least one hosting company in hurricane-battered New Orleans is still online, fighting against time and the odds to keep part of the internet humming.
Update: Here is another link to an MSNBC Article
How the vi editor would seem if it has been made by Microsoft