Tuesday, November 29, 2005
Monday, November 28, 2005
The 'pod' known as Google Space is situated in the Terminal One departure lounge and consists of 10 Samsung laptops dedicated to Google services."
Friday, November 25, 2005
The program is written in C and is made for the Linux operating system. Motion is a command line based tool whose output can be either jpeg, ppm fies or mpeg video sequences.
Motion is the perfect tool for keeping an eye on your property, keeping only those images that are interesting.
Motion is strictly command line driven and can run as a daemon with a rather small footprint."
Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Tuesday, November 22, 2005
To meet this end, Bram Cohen has commercialized BitTorrent. Establishing his once rouge enterprise as a legitimate business has had profound effects. As BitTorrent has become more commercialized, two major events have occurred. First, the MPAA and Bram Cohen entered negotiations on the feasibility of distributing licensed material over BitTorrent. Second, DCM-Doll Capital invested $8.75 million into his newly commercialized business."
You don't want to overdo this. Your code should not look hopelessly unmaintainable, just be that way. Otherwise it stands the risk of being rewritten or refactored."
Monday, November 21, 2005
More importantly, JustBlogIt supports seamless posting from within many web-based News Readers. JustBlogIt checks to see if you are trying to post from a News Reader and adapts the blogging data accordingly."
DJ Java Decompiler is a graphical decompiler and disassembler for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP that uses the command-line version of Jad as its decompiling engine"
The probable answer lies in one of Google's underground parking garages in Mountain View. There, in a secret area off-limits even to regular GoogleFolk, is a shipping container. But it isn't just any shipping container. This shipping container is a prototype data center. Google hired a pair of very bright industrial designers to figure out how to cram the greatest number of CPUs, the most storage, memory and power support into a 20- or 40-foot box. We're talking about 5000 Opteron processors and 3.5 petabytes of disk storage that can be dropped-off overnight by a tractor-trailer rig. The idea is to plant one of these puppies anywhere Google owns access to fiber, basically turning the entire Internet into a giant processing and storage grid.
While Google could put these containers anywhere, it makes the most sense to place them at Internet peering points, of which there are about 300 worldwide.
Two years ago Google had one data center. Today they are reported to have 64. Two years from now, they will have 300-plus. The advantage to having so many data centers goes beyond simple redundancy and fault tolerance. They get Google closer to users, reducing latency. They offer inter-datacenter communication and load-balancing using that no-longer-dark fiber Google owns. But most especially, they offer super-high bandwidth connections at all peering ISPs at little or no incremental cost to Google."
Sunday, November 20, 2005
As the poisoned file runs, it purposely sends too much data to the software responsible for playing AVIs in Windows (usually WMP), causing the program to crash and in the process enabling the attacker's hijack code to take over your computer. Play it safe and download the update at Microsoft Security Bulletin MS05-050"
Friday, November 18, 2005
Monday, November 14, 2005
Furthermore, the Win32 version and linux version of MetaVNC viewer merges remote desktops with local desktops. It enables Linux and Windows remote desktops and local desktops to co-exist seamlessly!
If you use MS-Windows as a main desktop and connect remote Linux desktops through VNC, you must love it!"
Sunday, November 13, 2005
Thursday, November 10, 2005
It provides system performance readings for the CPU, Memory, Disk, and Network I/O."
Cool! I don't need DU meter anymore.
I got bad experience with this plug-in. It slowed down my laptop...
Tuesday, November 08, 2005
Monday, November 07, 2005
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
What we’ve set out to do is to make it dramatically easier for anyone to build AJAX-style web applications that deliver rich, interactive, and personalized experiences. Developers should be able to build these applications without great expertise in client scripting; they should be able to integrate their browser UI seamlessly with the rest of their applications; and they should be able to develop and debug these applications with ease.
For this work, we’ve been working on a new project on our team, codenamed “Atlas”. Our goal is to produce a developer preview release on top of ASP.NET 2.0 for the PDC this September, and then have a website where we can keep updating the core bits, publishing samples, and building an active community around it."
Gates said Microsoft is working on two products, 'Windows Live' and 'Office Live,' that create opportunities for the company to sell online subscriptions and advertising. Both are targeted at smaller businesses and consumers.
The products won't replace the company's ubiquitous operating system or productivity suite, and people don't need to have that software loaded to tap into the Web versions. 'They are not required to use Windows or Office,' Gates said at a press event in San Francisco.
Gates said that Windows Live is a set of Internet-based personal services, such as e-mail, blogging and instant messaging. It will be primarily supported by advertising and be separate from the operating system itself. Office Live will come in both ad-based and subscription versions that augment the popular desktop productivity suite."