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I've moved to sdf, a very cool public access unix system. The new url is http://edoneel.chaosnet.org
From now on this blog will focus on web services. I'll try to document my experience with getting web services to run in Squeak with a view to making it understandable to anyone, regardless of the computer language used
Reference information will appear on the WebServices link in the upper left corner but the essays will first appear below.
"Off-shoring" Manifesto/Rant: Sixteen Hard Truths by Tom Peters
ODBASE 2004 is in Cyprus in October
Nice discussion from Andrew Birkett about Optimization
How to make money in (insert niche here ) is a SmallTalk follow up to How to make money with Lisp
Shrinking Squeak 3.4 and 3.6
There is a bio workshop at the 21st Annual British National Conference on Databases in Edinburgh Scotland
Hubbert's Peak argues that we soon will pass the peak production of Oil in the world, and, given that consumption is increasing, we will have to conserve for no other reason than we are running out. Thanksgiving day 2005 is probably the right date
Overview of SQL
Abolitionists as Innovators
This needs a graphical browser, well, not completely, but it's hard to read in lynx. StockCharts.com's Market Summary. Thanks to Big Picture for the pointer.
River City - MUVE for education.
A selection of downloadable games in Italian
Web Services Grid Application Framework (WS-GAF) is a proposal on how Grid applications could be built using today's Web Services specifications. The aim of the WS-GAF proposal is to start a debate on the possible future evolution of Grid Service standards. An interview with Ian Foster relateding to this is here
Detecting Patterns in Complex Social Networks
Before trading starts
Events, Eventing and Notifcation
Nagoya University's ALife CORE lab
The University of Puerto Rico High Performance Computing facility (HPCf) and the Puerto Rico Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network (BRIN-PR) are pleased to announce the release of Bioknoppix. Bioknoppix is a live CD linux, based on KNOPPIX, and specialized to include tools for bioinformatics. bioknoppix does not need to be installed on your computer, making it a perfect tool for workshops and demos.
A new paper on Croquet
ETech session Notes
Rushing toward Chaos
Build a turing machine out of a Model Railroad
Blast 2.2.8 is out
It looks like SwarmFest 2005 will be Swarm Development
Group is planning ahead for SwarmFest *2005*. Pietro Terna of
the University of Torino (Turin) has offered to host our first
European SwarmFest. The proposed site is the Villa
a conference center in Torino. Villa Gualino is associated
with the Institute for Scientific
Interchange, which has several
research programs in multi-agent systems and complexity.
Pietro tentatively reserved the facility for March 19-22, 2005
(Easter is March 27).
2nd International Workshop on Self-Adaptive and Autonomic Computing Systems SAACS 04
Ivan Sutherland's 1963 sketchpad thesis
Nifty things to do with feeds
quinn has a nice review of Tim O'Reilly's Keynote at ETech
Microsoft's Robert Scoble Discusses Search Engine Technology
NetBSD current from 07 Feb 2004 will build with Mac68k softfloat with the following Patch
Cool - Stephen Wolfram: A New Kind of Science is now online
Swarm Intelligence and Patterns (SIP'04) August 26-28, 2004, Budapest, Hungary.
Wellman, M.P., Reeves, D.M., Lochner, K.M. and Vorobeychik, Y. (2004) "Price Prediction in a Trading Agent Competition", Volume 21, pages 19-36
How cloth folds
Running a Businness on Open Source
IETF OKs 'XMPP-Core'
The myth of RSS compatibility
Iridescent Software Illuminates Research Data
Server platforms: choice, or lack thereof
Wired 12.02: The New Face of the Silicon Age
Wired 12.02: Living Machines
Cluster 2004 is in San Diego
BioBrew is an open source Linux cluster distribution based on the NPACI Rocks (www.rocksclusters.org) cluster distribution and enhanced for bioinformaticists and life scientists. While BioBrew looks, feels, and operates like ordinary Red Hat Linux, it includes popular open source clustering and bioinformatics software e.g. the NCBI toolkit, BLAST, mpiBLAST, HMMER, ClustalW, GROMACS, PHYLIP, WISE, FASTA, and EMBOSS. Installing BioBrew is a simple, straightforward procedure that allows Linux beginners and gurus alike to go from bare metal to cluster in the shortest time possible.
Columbia's Final moments
Getting Started with Your Own Software Company (Requires a newer browser, lynx won't cut it)
You know things are wierd when Alternet and Fortune have basically the same story. The Fortune story is supposed to be from a Pentagon scenario planning session.
Vitorino Ramos et al, Evolving a Stigmergic Self-Organized Data-Mining
Ants 2004 is in Brussels in September
Swambots are Coming
The above points to AntOptima in Lugano
Portland, Oregon is the site of the 2004 Congress on Evolutionary Computation in June. This preeminent annual conference brings together top researchers, practitioners and students from around the world to discuss the latest advances in the field of evolutionary computation.
RSS Winterfest transcripts
The Bank for International Settlements has a buch of interesting papers online.
European Virtual Institute for Genome Annotation receives 12 million Euro
This will use biodas.org, an Open Source system for exchanging annotations on genomic sequence data.
The Deadline by Tom DeMarco
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