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The Art Of Anonymity

The book I read to research this post was The Art Of Anonymity by Nathan Carlyle which is an excellent book that I bought from kindle. 476 more words


D65 7, second element: animation

Animation of the different layers of paint.

Click on the pictures below to see better. 6 more words


Internet Explorer doesn't know my name

Update: I don’t know why, but it seems to be working now. Strange.

My blog looks fine on Chrome. However, when I open it in IE, it truncates my last name so that it’s only “Michael Earl”. 14 more words


From BNL Lab: "DOE 'Knowledgebase' Links Biologists, Computer Scientists to Solve Energy, Environmental Issues"

Brookhaven Lab

August 29, 2014
Rebecca Harrington

With new tool, biologists don’t have to be programmers to answer big computational questions

If biologists wanted to determine the likely way a particular gene variant might increase a plant’s yield for producing biofuels, they used to have to track down several databases and cross-reference them using complex computer code. 1,274 more words

Applied Research & Technology

PC Market in better shape than expected

According to IDC, the PC market is in better shape than expected. It was previously predicted that PC sales would decline 6% in 2014 however the demand from the commercial segment and slightly higher interest from consumers in mature markets has helped the PC segment in the first half. 270 more words


Windows 9 is just round the corner!

Will Windows 9 be coming to us in April 2015?

A screenshot of the improved operating system.

Windows 9 might just be round the corner and although Microsoft is releasing updates of Windows 8, what can we expect in this new Windows 9? 294 more words



So along with trying to get fit and run this stupid Scottish Half Marathon, I have decided to learn Python.  It’s going to be strange trying to learn a new programming language especially when I am doing it via edX distance learning.   63 more words

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