via Cory @ Boing Boing: Canada’s DMCA proposal: not great, could be LOTS worse. The Canadian government has introduced its draft legislation for a “Canadian DMCA” — a suite of laws to bring Canadian copyright into harmony with the bad Continue reading Canada’s DMCA proposal: not great, could be LOTS worse
A article hightlighting the use of mass spectrometry analysis with field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) is in todays Globe and Mail and applying it to the problem of processing gene (genomics) and protein (proteomics) data. The Blueprint Initiative at Mount Sinai Continue reading Mass spectrometry analysis with field-programmable gate arrays for for genomics and proteomics diagnoses
Via Scripting News: 3/24/2005, Tod Maffin (a producer on Definitely Not the Opera CBC radio’s guide to modern culture in Canada, podcaster, and all around Techno Talking head – Media Head?),reports that Canada is amending its copyright laws in favor Continue reading Canada is amending its copyright laws in favor of Big content creators
(via Waxy Links) Kokogiak has built a “ Newsmashing with del.icio.us bookmarklet” ( y.a.b. – yet another bookmarklet) which was inspired by a Slate piece on Newsmashing which looks to be an partial implementation of my November 20th, 2004 Lazy Continue reading Newsmashing with del.icio.us – progress on my LazyWeb request
Apple and Google may have killed the Google X search (and it mirrors, but the french one is still around!) but behold Queryster searchx (do a view image to see it better) Category:Google Not!