Just when one would think the masses on the Interwebs could not possibly get any more gullible, this story comes out.
Nitrozac & Snaggy were on to something when they published this comic strip on JoyofTech.com in July of 2012.
Click on the image to see the full comic at JoyofTech.com.
In a verdict that may set a dangerous precedence, an Italian court convicted scientists of multiple manslaughter for their negligence in warning people before the 2009 earthquake in L'Aquila.
As expected, iSheep, Fandroids and the like are up in arms about this video, just read the comments and discussions on other forums...
"And we've invented a new technology, called Multi-Touch." Did Steve Jobs really expect the tech world to miraculously fail to remember prior-existing multi-touch technology?
If a company you do business with still has not implemented FireFox support on its web site, send a polite yet determined request.
I am repeatedly disturbed by people actually believing that they can in any way verify the authenticity of news online, or that they can do reliable research on the Internet.
In the spirit of true open source, Drupal has its own forks or distributions, or whatever we want to call them.
Not surprisingly, when an open source solution is stable, flexible and powerful, it is bound to gain a large userbase and scores of developers who want to customize it. The best aspect of such tweaking is that the results are released back to the community. Let us look at some popular Drupal distributions today.
As many developers have pointed out, Elgg and MediaWiki functions can be easily replicated in Drupal.
Zacker.org had a great article on the subject:
The more I use Drupal, the more projects it becomes the solution for.
Drupal and Moodle have always been top players in their respective fields of content management systems (CMS) and learning management systems (LMS), making the idea of integration a powerful one.
"Beneath the Skin" by Collide; "Destiny" by Unsun
Considering the importance of music in the subjects covered on this site, this feature has been long overdue. This will not be a daily entry, as various commitments may interfere with regular updates, but I will try to expose readers to good music as often as I have a chance to.
Note to networks and producers: do NOT terminate this one. Or "I'll be back". No, really.
Sonart's subscription provides an affordable way to get a sound library starter kit.
Nobody says you have to spend hundreds of bucks just to produce your first song on a computer.
Original compositions by this author
Nightwish was not just Tarja, but Anette is just not Tarja...
Unexplained Internet phenomenon: why exactly is Rick Astley all over the Web, 21 years after his biggest hit?
Leaving with home-cooked PHP code and traveling with TYPO3 and Joomla, Drupal finally gets me there.
There are many people out there trying to find their dream partner online, but it takes a lot of hard work and a healthy dose of suspicion to sort through all the smoke and mirrors of scammers.
Here are some things to look out for in your onlie quest for true love. Not every sign by itself is an indicator of a scammer, rather, watch out for a combination of signs.
The battle is on to defend your computer
BusinessWeek has an excellent article that is definitely a wake-up call for many computer users who have not been aware of the extent of the adware/spyware problem. Unfortunately, preventive security measures are a quintessential fact of Internet life. If your PC is connected in any manner to the web, it is at risk.
A magical journey to another dimension in music
With technology finding its way into the grading process of papers, one wonders if convenience corrupts the sacred human evaluation process
A millennia-old biological necessity of living beings is approached from the high-tech engineering angle