Browser Benchmarks: Firefox10 Vs. Chrome 16 (VISTA)

Source Technovore A few days later than planned, but here at last, is the NEW test of browsers. It’s been about 6 months since I last tested them, and all of them have moved on. Well, all except for Internet Explorer 9, which handily gives us a nice benchmark for last time. We will be […]
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Pumpkin Carving 2011

There can be nothing better, or more satisfying that a pumpkin carving. You can either carve through, or on, and it seems a tradition at this time of year. In fact, it seems that carving ‘on’ is becoming more popular than through, perhaps because of the ability to deal with details, it lasting longer, and perhaps most […]
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Verizon’s Phones Playing Up

I’ve used LG cellphones for the past few years, because I’ve found they always work well. I currently have an EnV2 that is almost 3 years old, and works perfectly. That reputation has taken a bit of a hit in the past 2 weeks, after dealing with an LG Cosmos phone. I’ve used LG cellphones […]
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Panels at Dragon*Con 2011

In a few days time I’m off to Dragon*con 2011. It’s a science fiction convention, but more as well. I will be giving two panels there, one on Muon1, and one on Bittorrent. In a few days time I’m off to Dragon*con 2011. It’s a science fiction convention, but more as well. I will be […]
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Dabbling With Android

In an attempt (Brave, foolhardy or otherwise) to better myself, I’m attempting to learn how to code for the Android platform. This will be quite a challenge for me, as aside from some c++ coding when I did my degree, in the late 90s, I’ve not done anything like this since my Dragon32. In an […]
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New Muon1 Lattices

And now, 2 new lattices for the Muon1 Distributed Computing project. As noted over at the Muon1 Blog, the new lattices replaces two that have plateaued over the last week, giving tweaks to hopefully bring things along andbreak out of any local maximums. The lattice are Linac900Ext6Xc2 has now been replaced with Linac900Ext6X, which halves the RF […]
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