Phew, I have quite a lot of links to post this time.
Map: Welcome to the Blogosphere
A very interesting map of the blogosphere, with a nice analysis. I just hope I could find myself 🙂
(tags: article blogosphere web2.0 interesting)
Mathematician suggests extra dimensions are time-like
George Sparling says “My approach is bottom up: take the existing four-dimensional theory seriously and try to build up from it. This is very tough to do. Hopefully my ideas work. Note that my work only constitutes a possible beginning at a more inclusive theory.”
This makes much more sense to me.
(tags: interesting article science physics)
SPACE.com: Out-of-This-World Hypothesis: Cosmic Forces Control Life on Earth
I hope we are not near that 64 million cycle where we are no the cosmic north receiving those bow shock waves… weird.
(tags: article evolution interesting science space)
xkcd: Conspiracy Theories
(tags: comics funny humor)
Nanoscale ‘Coaxial Cables’ for Solar Energy Harvesting
(tags: research nanotechnology environment article
Next-generation, high-performance processor unveiled | Science Blog
These babies process 16 instructions per cycle with up to 1,024 instructions in flight simultaneously.
(tags: article future technology hardware)
New project: Empathy
Go Telepathy clients!
(tags: gnome desktop instant.messaging)
Axl Library (Another XML Library), XML Library, XML, XML Software, XML Parser
Competition is good, specially since I have not found an XML Library that I really like.
(tags: xml open.source library software.development)
Computerworld – AI will surpass human intelligence after 2020
Interesting article about the future. A little far-fetched, but great ideas.
(tags: ai article future world web2.0 technology fiction)
Sync/Export/Backup Flickr, Tomboy, iPod, gnomevfs, FSpot. Very interesting project.
buzztard 0.2 sunrise is out
The buzztard team has release version 0.2 “sunrise” of its buzz-alike music composer.
A Guided Tour of Hotwire 0.333
Hotwire is an innovative way of working with the “command line”, bash is so passé.
xkcd: Online Communities
Another great one from xkcd! A very funny map of the Internet.
What If Iran Had Invaded Mexico?
Noam Chomsky on “the Iran Effect”. Interesting points.
(tags: politics war society article)