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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...
A test softfloat build for NetBSD Mac68k is at ziaspace.com
Escher for real.
Paul Graham - What the Bubble got Right
Yay, NetBSD 2.1 will have Support to build with soft-float enabled. [jmmv 20040926].
PR 13078 describes the errata for the LC040 which might also have helped. If a write is pending on the 68LC040 and an F-line Unimplemented Exception is taken, the pending write data may be lost.
XGrid agent for unix systems
KDrive Tiny X Server
Great, someone figured out how to exploit the JPEG parsing problem in windows
Kedama Etoys scriptable StarSqueak and the road to the future
Stéphane Ducasse as put up Bits of History, Words of Advices alias the Green book on his webpage of free smalltalk books
Large Scale Web Apps Built on Open Source
University of Cardiff (seemingly in Wales) will have Dr Jonathan Thompson speak about ACO on 26/10/2004 at 17:30. One meets in the Internet Cafe in the Math Deptartment. A map can be found here
Cute discussion about gauges and user Interfaces
Metaprogramming GPUs with Sh
Another reference to sh
Hacking your way off the Grid
The 18 Sep build of Mac68k softfloat NetBSD release 2.0 is here
Squeak 3.8a change 6216 unstable is here
The Internet Archive has two movies of interest:
LIFE 7.0 International Competition
Nature Inspired Computing: A New Set of Tools for Management
Supercomputers Race to Predict Storms
What Every Computer Scientist Should Know About Floating-Point Arithmetic
Nobel Laureate Economists answer "What single breakthrough in economic thought in the past 50 years has had the most significant impact on the everyday lives of people, and why?" here
The BIS has a new Quarterly Review out with some nice verbage about the Oil Price Increases
NewLisp: A better Lisp/Scheme Fusion...
The 2005 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation is in Edinburgh, UK, Sep 2-5 2005
Perodic table of Perl Operators
A Functional Quantum Programming Language
Train Scheduling with Smalltalk
The value of smalltalk - JP Morgan's risk mgmt system
Dr Ed Yardeni's Ecomics Network
Barry Ritholtz's Recollection
Book Review: The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System
Unix Release 5 on the Game Boy Advanced
A Built in low level telnet interface into your mac
Missing OpenSource Projects
A book talked about by Bruce Sterling called Harikunzru
Ant Colony Optimization Home
Welcome to the Schematics Scheme Cookbook.
A new paper on SeaSide
Conceptual Age: It's About Creators and Empathizers. The idea is that "we go from using our backs (industrial) to our left brain (knowledge worker) to our right brain. (Here Daniel Pink tries to describe right brain thinking as: holistic, big picture, intuitive, non-linear.)"
Related is a book - Welcome to the Creative Age: Bananas, Business and the Death of Marketing
Dan Ingall's talk in Bern talked about E, the secure distributed pure-object platform and p2p scripting language for writing Capability-based Smart Contracts.
Smalltalk With Style is now freely available.
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