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Date / TimeStory
Saturday November 16, 2013 @11:46AM Real-Time Radio Search Engine From Music Industry's Nemesis
Tuesday December 02, 2008 @01:19AM Accident Could Lead To Better Digital Cameras
Sunday February 24, 2008 @02:54AM Half-Petaflop Supercomputer Deployed In Austin
Wednesday February 20, 2008 @08:44PM Richard Feynman, the Challenger, and Engineering
Wednesday February 20, 2008 @08:44PM AJAX Version of Mathematica Coming
Tuesday February 12, 2008 @08:55PM LLVM 2.2 Released
Wednesday January 16, 2008 @07:15PM Pope Cancels Speech After Scientists Protest
Wednesday January 16, 2008 @04:22AM Ask the Presidential Candidates
Thursday December 27, 2007 @10:59PM Convert NSF Files to MP3s
Tuesday December 11, 2007 @01:19AM Hacking VIM
Monday December 10, 2007 @12:30PM Are You Proud of Your Code?
Sunday December 09, 2007 @04:45AM The Role of Retroviruses in Human Evolution
Friday November 16, 2007 @12:16AM A New Theory of Everything?
Thursday November 15, 2007 @05:18PM Open Source, Genetically Engineered Machines From a Kit?
Saturday November 03, 2007 @06:12AM Super-Magnet Sheds Light on Semiconductors
Thursday November 01, 2007 @06:47AM Brains Hard-Wired for Math
Sunday October 28, 2007 @03:54PM Focus Fusion On Google Tech Talks
Friday October 26, 2007 @02:38AM NEC SX-9 to be World's Fastest Vector Computer
Thursday September 20, 2007 @01:59AM OpenGL Programming Guide 6th Ed.
Monday September 17, 2007 @07:03PM GCC Compiler Finally Supplanted by PCC?
Wednesday August 29, 2007 @07:30PM GWT in Action
Thursday August 23, 2007 @06:37PM U of CA Constructs 220 Million Pixel Display
Wednesday August 22, 2007 @06:49PM Free Tuition for Math, Science, and Engineering?
Friday August 17, 2007 @04:05PM MIT Focuses on Chip Optimization
Friday August 17, 2007 @04:04PM German Physicists Claim Speed of Light Broken
Thursday August 16, 2007 @07:17PM Quantum Computing and Optically Controlled Electrons
Saturday July 28, 2007 @12:06PM Brian May, Rock Legend, Soon-To-Be Astrophysicist
Wednesday July 25, 2007 @07:43PM Computer Program Learns Baby Talk in Any Language
Friday July 20, 2007 @09:13AM Checkers Solved, Unbeatable Database Created
Sunday July 15, 2007 @07:00AM Any "Pretty" Code Out There?
Tuesday July 10, 2007 @02:52AM Text Compressor 1% Away From AI Threshold
Sunday July 08, 2007 @04:05PM Forget Math to Become a Great Computer Scientist?
Sunday July 08, 2007 @05:08AM Are 80 Columns Enough?
Monday July 02, 2007 @04:51PM What Happened Before the Big Bang?
Monday July 02, 2007 @04:50PM A Look Inside the NCSA
Monday July 02, 2007 @03:05AM Deathbed Confession Says Aliens Were at Roswell
Sunday July 01, 2007 @05:50PM Science Videos Search Engine
Saturday June 30, 2007 @10:20PM Freeman Dyson On Open Source Biology
Saturday June 30, 2007 @04:00AM Drugs to Prevent Cell Suicide
Thursday June 28, 2007 @11:46PM Supercomputer On-a-Chip Prototype Unveiled
Thursday June 28, 2007 @05:58PM Google Desktop Now on Linux
Wednesday June 27, 2007 @07:52PM Sun Super Computer May Hit 2 Petaflops
Wednesday June 27, 2007 @04:40PM Hans Reiser Interview from Prison
Monday June 25, 2007 @02:45AM First Quantum Computing Gate on a Chip
Thursday June 21, 2007 @11:51PM Media Cataloging Software?
Wednesday June 20, 2007 @01:04AM Plan 9 Running on Blue Gene
Thursday June 07, 2007 @01:13AM Forgetting May be Part of the Remembering Process
Wednesday June 06, 2007 @06:21AM Memory Checker Tools For C++?
Friday June 01, 2007 @10:01PM On Diamond-Based Quantum Computing
Friday June 01, 2007 @01:27PM Google Gears is Launched
Wednesday May 30, 2007 @02:02PM Microsoft's Multitouch Coffee Table Display
Wednesday May 30, 2007 @10:16AM The Secrets of Firefox about:config
Tuesday May 29, 2007 @07:00AM Is Parallel Programming Just Too Hard?
Monday May 28, 2007 @05:17AM Climate Monitoring Station Proposed on the Moon
Monday May 28, 2007 @05:17AM MacGyver Physics
Friday May 25, 2007 @03:21AM Top 10 Dead (or Dying) Computer Skills
Tuesday May 22, 2007 @07:15PM CERN Collider To Trigger a Data Deluge
Tuesday May 22, 2007 @05:57PM A Mighty Number Falls
Saturday May 19, 2007 @05:10PM What Can 4-yr-olds Understand About Science?
Saturday May 12, 2007 @09:30PM Ancient Star Found, Estimated at 13.2 Billion Years Old
Friday May 11, 2007 @01:13AM Memory Tools for Password Management?
Thursday May 10, 2007 @10:58PM Scientists Claim Major Leap in Engine Design
Monday April 30, 2007 @09:45PM World's Largest Fossil Forest, and One of the Oldest
Sunday April 29, 2007 @06:56AM The Solar Oxygen Crisis
Saturday April 28, 2007 @12:59AM Cell Phones Aren't Killing Bees After All
Friday April 13, 2007 @01:55PM Photosynthesis May Rely On Quantum Effect
Saturday March 24, 2007 @05:03PM Single Gene Gives Mice Three-Color Vision
Tuesday March 20, 2007 @08:55AM John W. Backus Dies at 82; Developed FORTRAN
Tuesday March 20, 2007 @04:17AM A Mozilla Desktop Environment?
Monday March 19, 2007 @02:38AM Scientists Demonstrate Thought-Controlled Computer
Sunday March 18, 2007 @09:30AM A Single-Photon Server
Thursday March 15, 2007 @08:59PM New State of Matter Boosts Quantum Computation
Wednesday March 14, 2007 @08:34PM Stephen Hawking Says Universe Created from Nothing
Tuesday March 13, 2007 @01:37PM Is Computer Science Dead?
Monday March 12, 2007 @11:27AM Making Sense of Census Data With Google Earth
Sunday March 11, 2007 @06:39PM Debian Package of the Day
Sunday March 11, 2007 @06:36PM 20 Must-have Firefox Extensions
Saturday March 10, 2007 @03:09AM NASA Backs Quantum Computing Claim
Saturday March 10, 2007 @03:08AM Auto-Parallelizing Compiler From Codeplay
Saturday March 10, 2007 @03:08AM Why Is "Design by Contract" Not More Popular?
Wednesday March 07, 2007 @06:54AM Getting Accurate Specifications for Software?
Friday March 02, 2007 @01:46AM AMD Demonstrates "Teraflop In a Box"
Friday March 02, 2007 @01:45AM Free Global Virtual Scientific Library
Friday March 02, 2007 @12:43AM Marvin Minsky On AI
Tuesday February 27, 2007 @10:48PM Is Switching Jobs Too Often a Bad Thing?
Tuesday February 27, 2007 @12:58PM Ramanujian's Deathbed Problem Cracked
Monday February 26, 2007 @11:14AM Pthreads vs Win32 threads
Monday February 26, 2007 @12:21AM Honeynet Delineates Web Application Threats
Sunday February 25, 2007 @04:16AM Getting in to a Top Tier College?
Saturday February 24, 2007 @07:21AM The Principles of Beautiful Web Design
Thursday February 22, 2007 @05:18AM First Exoplanet Atmospheres Analyzed
Monday February 19, 2007 @12:03PM The Future of Packaging Software in Linux
Saturday February 17, 2007 @01:56AM Grid Computes 420 Years Worth of Data in 4 Months
Saturday February 17, 2007 @01:33AM Earth's Constant Hum Explained
Monday February 12, 2007 @06:15AM MacResearch Introduces OpenMacGrid
Sunday February 11, 2007 @12:01AM An Overview of Parallelism
Friday February 09, 2007 @04:50AM Brain Scanner Can Read People's Intentions
Friday February 09, 2007 @03:07AM Yahoo Pipes
Wednesday February 07, 2007 @10:42PM Measure Anything with a Camera and Software
Wednesday February 07, 2007 @12:44AM Gates Says Microsoft Will Support OpenID
Monday February 05, 2007 @11:44AM Finding New Code
Monday February 05, 2007 @02:31AM Want to Take On An Open/Unsolved Problem?
Sunday February 04, 2007 @03:28AM NASA Considers Plans for Permanent Moon Base
Thursday February 01, 2007 @03:10AM What Micro-Controller Would You Use to Teach With?
Wednesday January 31, 2007 @11:57PM Would a CS Degree Be Good for Someone Over 30?
Wednesday January 31, 2007 @03:12PM Making Animated Fluids Look More Realistic
Tuesday January 30, 2007 @05:19PM Linux Kernel Devs Offer Free Driver Development
Tuesday January 30, 2007 @05:07PM IBM's Chief Architect Says Software is at Dead End
Monday January 29, 2007 @10:08PM CSS: The Definitive Guide
Saturday January 27, 2007 @09:40PM The Mystery of Saturn's Atmosphere
Saturday January 27, 2007 @02:32AM Boston Game Devs Make 8 Games in 36 Hours
Wednesday January 24, 2007 @01:24PM Scientists Find 'Altruistic' Center of the Brain
Monday January 22, 2007 @12:48PM India Brings Back Orbiting Satellite to Earth
Monday January 22, 2007 @06:11AM The Birth of a FOSS Application
Sunday January 21, 2007 @01:46PM Building a Programmer's Rosetta Stone
Sunday January 21, 2007 @12:11AM Ultra-Dense Optical Storage on One Photon
Friday January 19, 2007 @08:57AM Navy Gets 8-Megajoule Rail Gun Working
Monday January 15, 2007 @10:49PM Japan Scrapping Moon Mission
Monday January 15, 2007 @06:40PM Sun Releases Fortran Replacement as OSS
Saturday January 13, 2007 @05:54PM Formula For Procrastination Found
Friday January 12, 2007 @09:37AM Debugging CSS, AJAX and DOM with Firebug
Wednesday January 10, 2007 @02:01AM Is the One-Size-Fits-All Database Dead?
Wednesday January 10, 2007 @02:01AM MIT's OpenCourseWare Program
Tuesday January 09, 2007 @05:46PM NASA Will Go Metric On the Moon
Tuesday January 09, 2007 @01:34PM Detection of Earth-like Civilizations in Space Now Possible
Monday January 08, 2007 @10:39PM SQL Hacks
Monday January 08, 2007 @10:39PM What Makes Software Development So Hard?
Monday January 08, 2007 @10:39PM Google Tops 100 Best Places To Work
Sunday January 07, 2007 @08:40AM Father of Instant Ramen Passes Away
Saturday January 06, 2007 @04:54AM How a Pulsar Gets Its Spin
Tuesday January 02, 2007 @10:01PM Study Says 2 In 5 Bosses Lie
Tuesday January 02, 2007 @03:06AM The D Programming Language, Version 1.0
Friday December 29, 2006 @07:02AM Long-lived Super Heavy Element Created
Wednesday December 27, 2006 @03:34PM Former President Gerald Ford Dead at 93
Wednesday December 27, 2006 @05:17AM Beating Procrastination with Self-Imposed Deadlines
Wednesday December 27, 2006 @02:15AM Ideal Linux System for Newbies?
Friday December 22, 2006 @09:06PM Literate Programming and Leo
Monday December 18, 2006 @05:49PM Material With Negative Refractive Index Created
Saturday December 16, 2006 @03:25PM How To Adopt 10 'Good' Unix Habits
Wednesday December 13, 2006 @09:27AM Designer Glasses With Microdisplay Unveiled
Wednesday December 13, 2006 @09:26AM Cutting Through the Ajax Hype
Tuesday December 12, 2006 @06:26PM Google Web Toolkit Now 100% Open Source
Monday December 11, 2006 @07:19AM Telescope Spots Solar Tsunami
Friday December 08, 2006 @05:16PM Understanding Burnout
Wednesday December 06, 2006 @10:25PM The Math Behind PageRank
Tuesday December 05, 2006 @10:06PM An Early Warning System For Earthquakes
Tuesday December 05, 2006 @10:05PM PostgreSQL 8.2 Released
Tuesday December 05, 2006 @10:04PM The Case for OpenID
Tuesday December 05, 2006 @10:03PM Millimeter-Wave Weapon Certified For Use In Iraq
Tuesday December 05, 2006 @12:27PM NASA Unveils Strategy for Return to the Moon
Sunday December 03, 2006 @03:46PM Computer Monitor In Eyeglasses
Sunday December 03, 2006 @05:39AM UK Lab Traces Polonium To Russian Nuclear Plant
Sunday December 03, 2006 @05:17AM Stephen Hawking Receives Copley Medal
Sunday November 26, 2006 @02:54PM ATI vs. Nvidia in a Video Shootout
Saturday November 25, 2006 @06:40AM Giant Mexican Telescope Launched
Tuesday November 21, 2006 @04:44AM Michigan Teen Creates Fusion Device
Monday November 20, 2006 @01:47PM The Beauty of Fluid Mechanics In Video and Photos
Saturday November 18, 2006 @05:19AM Should Google Go Nuclear?
Wednesday November 15, 2006 @07:46PM What Math Courses Should We Teach CS Students?
Wednesday November 15, 2006 @06:07AM Getting Development Group To Adopt New Practices?
Saturday November 11, 2006 @02:20AM New Mono 1.2 Now Supports WinForms
Sunday October 29, 2006 @08:29PM Bush Signs Bill Enabling Martial Law
Tuesday October 24, 2006 @02:52PM Malware In Quantum Computing?
Thursday October 19, 2006 @02:53AM Study Shows Good With Math Means Bad With People
Sunday October 08, 2006 @02:09AM Another Millenium Problem May Have Been Solved
Tuesday October 03, 2006 @10:14PM Magnetic Ring Could Launch Satellites, Weapons
Thursday September 28, 2006 @09:20PM Mesons Flip Between Matter and Antimatter
Wednesday September 20, 2006 @09:32PM Gentoo Announces 'Seeds'
Tuesday September 12, 2006 @04:29AM Special Molecule Gives Birds a Magnetic Biocompass
Monday September 11, 2006 @11:15PM Use of Math Languages and Packages in Research?
Monday September 11, 2006 @03:13AM Vaporizing Garbage to Create Electricity
Saturday September 09, 2006 @01:53AM Hot Jupiters May Indicate Hospitable Planets
Tuesday September 05, 2006 @10:58PM Another 150,000 Years of CO2 Data
Thursday August 31, 2006 @10:17PM Lockheed Martin Wins Contract to Build Mars Lander
Wednesday August 30, 2006 @11:58PM What is the Ultimate Linux Development Environment?
Monday August 28, 2006 @08:53PM Beginning Google Maps Applications with PHP and Ajax
Saturday August 26, 2006 @03:26AM New Yorker on Perelman and Poincaré Controversy
Saturday August 26, 2006 @02:52AM 2006 Fields Medalists Announced
Saturday August 26, 2006 @01:59AM China and Russia to Launch Joint Mars Mission
Friday August 25, 2006 @02:51AM 11-year-old Proves Locks Not So Secure
Friday August 25, 2006 @02:51AM What Could YouTube Be Worth?
Wednesday August 23, 2006 @02:12PM Teen Creates Device to Track Speeding
Tuesday August 22, 2006 @07:29PM Algorithmic Investors on Wallstreet
Monday August 21, 2006 @10:49PM Dark Matter Exists
Monday August 21, 2006 @07:47PM Edward Tufte Talks information Design
Monday August 21, 2006 @05:08PM Closer to Deducing the Origin of the Moon
Monday August 21, 2006 @01:18AM Under the Hood of Quantum Computing
Saturday August 19, 2006 @10:25PM Writely.com Beta - Google's Answer to Word
Saturday August 19, 2006 @10:04PM Stolen Laptop Calls In! - Will Police Act?
Saturday August 19, 2006 @04:47PM First KDE 4 Snapshot Released
Friday August 18, 2006 @10:21PM Our Moon Could Become a Planet
Friday August 18, 2006 @10:20PM The Thalamus - The Kernel in Your Mind
Wednesday August 16, 2006 @03:56PM Poincare Conjecture Proof Completed
Wednesday August 16, 2006 @03:56PM The Expert Mind
Monday August 14, 2006 @09:33AM The Trouble With Rounding Floats
Tuesday August 08, 2006 @11:32PM Is Open Source too Complex?
Tuesday August 08, 2006 @09:07PM Borland Announces the Return of the Turbo Products, with Video
Wednesday July 26, 2006 @07:20AM New Code Discovered in DNA?
Monday July 24, 2006 @02:26AM High-level Languages and Speed
Monday July 24, 2006 @02:25AM Writing Code for Surface Plots?

I put up my thumb... and it blotted out the planet Earth. -- Neil Armstrong

 



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