If they are teaching Creationism as a science then Astrology must be a science too.
Not to be confused with STD's
YokimaSun writes "The world of Homebrew Coding never ceases to amaze, even on an old system like the Atari 2600 a coder over at the Atariage forums has released a clone of the original Nes game Super Mario Bros with video, which has the first level from the classic game and eventually will have the first four worlds. Equally as impressive is this 3D Mario game written for the Sega Saturn."
Pleading for donations works for PBS.
You must be young. I remember using acoustical modems back in 1974 and they weren't that new back then.
We also used UU encoded text files to down load binary files.
diegocg writes "Linus Torvalds has officially released the version 2.6.32 of the Linux kernel. New features include virtualization memory de-duplication, a rewrite of the writeback code faster and more scalable, many important Btrfs improvements and speedups, ATI R600/R700 3D and KMS support and other graphic improvements, a CFQ low latency mode, tracing improvements including a 'perf timechart' tool that tries to be a better bootchart, soft limits in the memory controller, support for the S+Core architecture, support for Intel Moorestown and its new firmware interface, run-time power management support, and many other improvements and new drivers. See the full changelog for more details."
An anonymous reader writes "Controlling computers with our minds may sound like science fiction, but one Australian company claims to be able to let you do just that. The Emotiv device has been garnering attention at trade shows and conferences for several years, and now the company says it is set to launch the Emotiv EPOC headset on December 21. PC Authority spoke to co-founder Nam Do about the Emotiv technology and its potential as a mainstream gaming interface." One wonders what kind of adoption they expect with a $299 price tag.
Several outlets are reporting on Microsoft's investigations into the possibility of hacking and fraud on the Xbox live service. After customer service complaints, rumours of hacked accounts, and allegations of mis-used credit card information, C|Net reports that the Microsoft has opened an investigation. At the very least, this will reassure frustrated customers. Kevin Finisterre has kept a log of his discussion with the 1-800-MY-XBOX folks and the service's ongoing problems. "Security researcher Kevin Finisterre was playing Halo on a recent night with several friends when some of their opponents threatened to steal their accounts, he said. 'Literally the next day my girl's account was locked out,' Finisterre wrote in an e-mail Tuesday. 'I received a message on my Xbox that said: "We are sorry we must log you out of Xbox Live because someone else is using your Gamertag."' The account was banned."
fletch44 writes "Eric Flint writes about how DRM-free e-books generate more income for authors and publishers, despite facilitating trouble-free piracy, than DRM-encumbered distribution models. The same argument can easily be applied to other types of media. The argument is backed up with real-world experience by publisher Baen's Books."
RabidDawg writes "My company is looking for a possible solution to replacing the 85 servers we have on our network. These servers are at WAN locations and the majority are not really being utilized by the customer, i.e. for saving their documents. Currently the servers are used for file repositories (mostly install locations for apps), print services and DHCP. We are looking for a cheaper solution than buying new servers that are a waste of resources for these locations, but still need to have the above services available and also be able to back up these devices or computers locally, via a USB drive or tape. Is there such a device out there that would satisfy these requirements?"
thaidn (1061428) writes "Tomorrow 22/03/2007, Microsoft will hold something called Vietnam Windows Vista Day in Ho Chi Minh City. We think this is a very good chance to promote Linux so that we decide to deliver free Linux CD and documentation at that very fair. 300 "Gift from the Penguine" packages, each containing a free Ubuntu Linux and a quickstart manual in Vietnamese, will be delivered to students, programmers, developers and anyone else interested in Linux."
An anonymous reader writes "Vecosys Reports iamdentity is the first OpenID server that provides additional security and Strong Authentication using two-factor authentication provided by MyPW. This means that the iamdentity OpenID Server can be used for all sorts of transactions, thus extending the use of pure single-sign-on to protect the sensitivity of data shared."