“Another sort of coping takes place at the imaginative level.” Professor of contemporary Japanese literature Ted Goossen has an eaasy in this Saturdays Globe and Mail :Japan’s literature of the apocalypse From Saturday’s Globe and Mail Published Friday, Mar. 25, Continue reading Japan’s literature of the apocalypse, a essay
Saw “Will Wall Street require Python? | ITworld”, on the Hot Links website and thought “interesting”, and then I read the description ! “Charles Stross was right. “with Release 33-9117, the SEC is considering substitution of Python or another programming Continue reading Another episode of “It’s Charlie’s Stross’s fiction, we are just living in it” : Will Wall Street require Python?
as demonstrated during the recent The Amazon Web Services (AWS) StartUp event in Toronto by Idee’s CTO Paul Bloore, TinEye Mobile is soon to be showing up in the iPhone App store to melt your brains… or just take an Continue reading TinEye Mobile : iPhone visual search for stuff
Free ebooks appear to boost sales | Blog | Futurismic – There has been a lot of criticism of the practice by some writers and lots of praise from other corners. At the moment, it looks like the practice works. Continue reading 3 points towards a new business model for Music and Books.
Via Greg “Beatiful Code” Wilson : The Friends of the Merril are having a Flea Market on Saturday September 8th, from 10-4, at the Toronto Reference Library (just north of Bloor on Yonge). Second-hand, collectible, or one-of-a-kind: all sorts of Continue reading The Friends of the Merril Science Fiction/Anime Flea Market