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I've moved to sdf, a very cool public access unix system. The new url is http://edoneel.chaosnet.org
I used to think I'd find web services interesting, but, you know, after quite a few months I find that outside of work I just can't get excited. Ergo, we will not focus on web services anymore. Maybe Economics? I sure do spend a lot of time reading about that. OTOH, 3D graphics has always really interested me...
The OSDL Clusters SIG
ACM SIGCHI International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology ACE 2005
Don't watch much, but, someone is even more obsessed with buffy than I am
Installing NetBSD on a mac68k with the softfloat builds - thanks to Nate Carson
Parallel Computing in Lisp - part 4
Armed Swiss teens. Knabenschiessen Tag is a holiday in Zuerich it seems. To my untrained ear it sounds like one should be shooting the boys, not the boys who are doing the shooting.
SmartMon tools. These let you monitor the internal state of your hard drives
The Open Graphics Project. Think Open Source graphics cards
Direct Rendering Open Source Project
Paul Graham on what did you wish you'd known in High School
Configuring and Running X11 apps on MacOSX
Parallel Computing in Lisp - part 3
Open 3D Scientific Visualization Toolkit
Seaside overview site
Reading list for Brad DeLong's Spring Econ 113 class
Parallel Computing in Lisp - part 2
Two cluster file systems. Lustre is a novel storage and file system architecture and implementation suitable for very large clusters. IBM's General Parallel File System (GPFS) is a high-performance shared-disk file system that can provide fast data access from all nodes in a homogenous or heterogenous cluster of IBM UNIX servers running either the AIX 5L or the Linux operating system.
5th International Symposium on Smart Graphics
A Fast Fracture Method For Exploding Structures.
The MXRToolkit consists of a library of routines to help with all aspects of building mixed reality applications.
NASA has released its Educational Global Climate Model (EdGCM) for high school and university desktop computers. The software incorporates a 3-D climate model developed at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), New York. It wraps complex computer modeling programs with a graphical interface familiar to most PC users.
Bio-Linux 4.0 released
It combines past trends that are not indicative of the future with the user's own hubris & ignorance
European trading in carbon-emission permits begins
Reputation on ebay
Cringly links on Tsunamis and Sesmic events. 1 and 2
Rocks Cluster Distribution
Index of Economic Freedom by the (ugh) Heritage Foundation.
2005 Workshop on Computational Aesthetics May 18th through 20th in Dublin Ireland
Computer Graphics International 2005 (Cgi2005) Stony Brook, New York, USA, June 22-24, 2005
Eurographics Symposium on Rendering 2005 will be held in Konstanz, Germany, starting June 29th and ending July 1, 2005.
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