In an amazingly short period of time, Opera 10.50 has gone from pre-alpha (which is something most companies don’t release to the public) to a release candidate, which means that the product is almost finalized, with the greatest majority of bugs worked out.
One of the benefits of being well known in scientific circles is that you can hope that one day, you will be honored with an element formed in a particle accelerator bearing your name.
Quite a few science heavyweights have already been honored, though …continue reading
Nissan Leaf is getting closer to being released and Nissan is posting more pictures of its new car. The company has also concluded a tour of the U.S. demonstrating the benefits of a zero emissions vehicle. The Nissan Leaf should be hitting showroom floors about …continue reading
Several things we already see today would seem to suggest that it is exactly what is happening to our society.
The fact that we are told in many places to watch what we put out for consumption about ourselves on the internet, due to the …continue reading
Though not an official museum, the Boneyard, located in Tucson, Arizona, holds an amazing share of aviation history. The Boneyard has been featured in several major films in detail, the one that immediately springs to my mind is Iron Eagle II, which featured Lou Gossett, …continue reading
The military has had security concerns about its personnel using the internet. It seems that there is a change in policy. Not only will sites like YouTube be accessible, so will other websites like MySpace, Facebook and Twitter:
“… The May 2007 directive was reversed …continue reading
California continues to have huge debt problems and it appears the state is still struggling in their attempt to balance their budget. The state still is $20 billion in the whole and J.P. Morgan is warning banks and investors that if California defaults on their …continue reading
Though I had found this quite accidentally, I had thought everyone was using it as the easy way to keep track of Google services when using Chrome or iron browsers. after doing some asking, I found that most people were using another Mail Check extension, …continue reading
Since 1972 when Carly Simon recorded the song ‘You’re So Vain,’ it has been speculated who the singer was singing about. Some thought the song was about a failed relationship with the likes of Warren Beatty, Mick Jagger, Kris Kristofferson, or Cat Stevens. But now …continue reading
While the FCC is pondering about the excessive fees charged by carriers for early termination of service, we now see that T-Mobile has done the correct thing, and shown that the company is run by intelligent, and sensible people, not those o0bsessed with removing the …continue reading