Saturday, May 27, 2006
Sacred Cow Dung: All Things Web 2.0 - "THE LIST"
Friday, May 12, 2006
I'm a Chevrolet Corvette!
You're a classic - powerful, athletic, and competitive. You're all about winning the race and getting the job done. While you have a practical everyday side, you get wild when anyone pushes your pedal. You hate to lose, but you hardly ever do.
Take the Which Sports Car Are You? quiz.
Saturday, May 6, 2006
Does teleportation exist as a possibility for us? This all centers on quantum computing and advances are being made which takes us much closer to exploring the realms of teleportation, if not of human beings, but of simple objects themselves. Based upon some of the research and the advances we have made in the past twenty to thirty years, I believe we are not far off from having some very interesting (if not costly) options regarding the possibilities of teleportation.
When looking at a larger picture of 100 or 200 years down the road, there will most likely be some fundamental shifts in our collective societies to accommodate these technologies, not just of teleportation but also of advances from the general application of quantum computing.
It is amazing when looking back to the early 1970’s and then looking at today. Sure we do not have flying cars and personal robots, but we have cell phones, laptop computers and PDAs, wireless networks, more user IDs and passwords than we can remember, and a valid documentation is more critical today than it ever was.
Non-Lethal Security services are present within corporate environments and major metropolitan areas. The receptionist has been replaced by an automated voice routing system and a security desk.
The following book explores only the topic of teleportation, but gives an interesting history of quantum computing, details the current advances, and explains some of the current obstacles to teleportation. It is an interesting read, if there is a deeper interest into researching the subjects covered it also provides many references forther follow-up.
Friday, May 5, 2006
Waterloo, ON - Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM; TSX: RIM) today announced the immediate availability of BlackBerry® Enterprise Server Express™, a new offering aimed at small and medium-sized businesses, branch offices and companies new to BlackBerry. BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express provides the same enterprise-level security, reliability, features and functionality of BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.1 and is available as a free download from RIM via the Internet to any customer who purchases a new BlackBerry device.*
Research In Motion - News
Thursday, May 4, 2006
First booth babes are ousted, now Naughty America has been banned
Outside of that, it is in an interesting concept. Will be interesting to see if they recieve commercial success with this product or not.
Virtual Server 2005 R2 Enterprise Edition is now available as a free download and requires only basic registration. Combined with the new usage rights in Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition, which allow four concurrent guest OS instances to run under the one Windows 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition license, the use of virtualization will grow rapidly. When Windows Server code name "Longhorn" ships, the Datacenter Edition will allow unlimited Windows guest operating systems at no additional licensing costs.
- Ripped from TechNet Flash 5/4/2006
Wednesday, May 3, 2006
• Bob Muglia Keynote Webcast (April 25, 2006, Windows Media file, 1 hr., 16 mins.)
• Kirill Tatarinov Keynote Webcast (April 26, 2006, Windows Media file, 1 hr., 25 mins.)
• Ron Markezich Keynote Webcast (April 27, 2006, Windows Media file, 1 hr., 10 mins.)