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I am not a writer so Ill leave the blurb to you guys, but a interesting little story about the worldwide total electrical cost of data centers as studied by AMD and some scientists as a few national labs in the US."
Microsoft seems to feel that the competition is unfair, according to TFA at El Reg, including quotes from a letter at MS InterOp. Pot, meet Kettle?"
From the Arstechnica article:
Amero was substituting for a middle-school English class and asked the regular teacher permission to use the computer to e-mail her husband. The teacher granted her permission, and asked her not to log him out of the computer. Amero, the self-professed techno-noob, then left the room to use the restroom, and upon her return says that she found several students gathered around the machine looking at a web site. A series of unfortunate events occurred from this point on, resulting in a slew of pornographic pop-ups appearing on the screen. The onslaught continued despite Amero's attempts to close the windows.
According to The Register
When the students told their parents what had happened, they told the administration, who vowed that Julie would never work in the classroom again. But they went further. The 40-year-old substitute teacher was arrested, indicted, tried and here is the kicker on January 5, 2007, she was convicted of four counts of risk of injury to a minor, or impairing the morals of a child (Conn. Gen. Stat. 53-21). Indeed, she was originally charged with exposing 10 children in the seventh grade class to the materials on the internet, but six of the charges were dropped.
I guess "Ambush Porn" really is dangerous."
"Head of Sega Racing Studio and Producer of the Colin McRae Rally series Guy Wilday commented in the latest PSM3 magazine (due out today) on the possibility of tilt-pad controls being implemented in the upcoming version of Sega Rally for the PS3. Wilday bluntly said "The whole tilt control thing is rubbish." He then discussed the lack of rumble."
The full interview, which will include Wilday's thoughts on programming for the PS3, will be in this month's PSM3 magazine, due out today."