Via Engadget. That’s One TeraByte of data on the “Holographic Versatile Disc”! Here’s the press release from Optware: Six companies including CMC Magnetics Corporation, FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD., Nippon Paint Co., Ltd., Optware Corporation, Pulstec Industrial Co., Ltd. and Continue reading HVD Alliance forms around 1 TeraByte disc
Tantek cleans up the Technorati Tags home page using nested 1<em> elemets in a unordered list, rather than raw 1<font> elements and font-sizes. Interesting post in that it also showed the process he went though (one of the points of Continue reading Using nested elements to show Weighted Tag Lists
Google Local, Google’s search engine for locating neighborhood stores and services, based on zip (or postal code) or the name of a town or city, is now a tab on the Google Home page. Still marked as “Beta”, and only Continue reading Google Local, and new definitions.
“It’s Dead, Jim” Via SlashDot, it’s official : TrekToday – UPN Cancels ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’. The TheAngryMob Editorializes… over at Bureau 42 says it best: It doesn’t seem quite fair, now that the show has hit a decent stride. Sure Continue reading Rick Berman and Brannon Braga have corrupted the Timeline.
Futurismic has published Push Patterns by Jay Campbell. Can you say “Wolfram Pattern’s”? Good stuff. Another author to look out for. 2 apophenian links: 1905 and Wolfram Reality Category: SciFi