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UK Met Office super found to have a black
From insideHPC

UK Met Office super found to have a black

The TimesOnline ran a story last week about the UK Met Office’s new

Waiting in Line
From CSDiary

Waiting in Line

First blog from the Inauguration. The crowds are HUGE. Even for those of us with seated tickets, the lines for security screening are more than a mile long....

House Democrats have innovation on their
From insideHPC

House Democrats have innovation on their

The outstanding Computing Research Policy Blog has an analysis of what the Democrats propose to do with respect to science and computing to stimulate the economy...

Palm provides a case study in user experience strategy
From Putting People First

Palm provides a case study in user experience strategy

Very nice and in-depth review by Marek Pawlowski: Palm, which launched a new flagship device and platform earlier this month, is a company staring at the very real...

NVIDIA enlists CUDA services
From insideHPC

NVIDIA enlists CUDA services

Last week NVIDIA announced a new partnership with India-based Wipro Technologies to provide CUDA professional services. “We are approached by customers and ISVs...

Use Twitter or Facebook? Partial to blogs? Now you can get your SC09 fix however you want
From insideHPC

Use Twitter or Facebook? Partial to blogs? Now you can get your SC09 fix however you want

Fellow HPC blogger and Java chopper impresario Rich Brueckner from Sun is running social media for SC09, and already has things kicked off with a Twitter account...

Civil Nanotechnology
From The Eponymous Pickle

Civil Nanotechnology

In a post in the Foresight blog: Civil nanotechnology: Open source sensing in Seed magazine. The promotion of nanotech enabled open source sensors in the environment...

A Computer Science Honor Society?
From Computer Science Teachers Association

A Computer Science Honor Society?

Does your high school have chapters of any subject-specific honor societies, such as Mu Alpha Theta (math), Science National Honor Society, Tri-M (music), or one...

Tabor Research stands by positive HPC outlook in down
From insideHPC

Tabor Research stands by positive HPC outlook in down

Addison Snell at Tabor Research published an interesting read last week at the HPCwire blog. With the economy beginning to crash down around us, Tabor Research...

TotalView Adds Support For HP Cluster
From insideHPC

TotalView Adds Support For HP Cluster

TotalView Tech has announced that its flagship TotalView debugger now supports the HP Cluster Platform Workgroup System.

Scrapwalls
From The Eponymous Pickle

Scrapwalls

Now several times I have had the task of creating a collage of images quickly and easily. Typically I would have perhaps a hundred design images or so in a file...

Is the
From Putting People First

Is the

“Are experiences relevant in a recession?” asks Jonathan Picoult. The stock of Starbucks Coffee, long revered as a prime example of a consumer-focused, experience...

Nokia and Securitas to cooperate in bringing security services into mobile devices
From Putting People First

Nokia and Securitas to cooperate in bringing security services into mobile devices

Press release Nokia and Securitas today announced a new cooperation regarding mobile services for personal security and every day safety. Mobile devices already...

Creating social solutions for MS patients
From Putting People First

Creating social solutions for MS patients

The people from Live|Work, a UK service design company, have inspired me from the time I met them at the meanwhile defunct Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, now...

McCloud Presentation at TED
From The Eponymous Pickle

McCloud Presentation at TED

Presentation Zen has a good overview of and links to Scott McCloud's presentation at TED: Presenting comics in a new (media) world. I read McCloud's book: Understanding...

Bandwidth at the Inauguration?
From CSDiary

Bandwidth at the Inauguration?

I’m in Falls Church, Virginia, for a short visit with my father and stepmother. This is a historic time to be in the Washington DC area, of course. Some very, very...

Tesla GPU seminar coming
From insideHPC

Tesla GPU seminar coming

Last week while I was traveling Cluster Monkey posted an announcement about a Tesla seminar this week, hosted by NVIDIA and Microway. The key presenter is Sumit...

Visualizing Earthquakes
From The Eponymous Pickle

Visualizing Earthquakes

I just rediscovered the Wolfram blog. Had not used Mathematica now for several years. I know that their visualization capabilities are excellent, especially combined...

Turn your weaknesses into strengths
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Turn your weaknesses into strengths

General Motors, Ford and Chrysler

University of Canterbury First to Teach Supercomputing in
From insideHPC

University of Canterbury First to Teach Supercomputing in

The University of Canterbury will become the first institution in Australasia to teach high performance computing.
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