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Comment: The answer to Everything (Score 1) 37

by sagaciousb (#40456379) Attached to: Allen Institute Data Enables Hackathon For the Human Brain
Lunkwill: Do you...
Google X: Have an answer for you? Yes. But you're not going to like it.
Fook: Please tell us. We must know!
Google X: Okay. The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything is...
[wild cheers from audience, then silence]
Google X: Pretty Kitty.

Comment: Next up - HD Transistors (Score 1) 141

by sagaciousb (#36029002) Attached to: Intel Designs Faster, 3D Transistor
What other trending marketing buzzwords can we apply to unrelated technology to get attention? Social Transistors? Transistors 2.0? Cloud Transistors? Tablet Transistors? iTransistor. What would truly be remarkable would be to develop a 2-dimensional transistor. Infinite layers of them with no height added to the die - and it'd still be slim enough to fit in a tablet!

Comment: Includes the "magic 200-line" task grouping patch? (Score 2) 135

by sagaciousb (#34770568) Attached to: Linux 2.6.37 Released
Looking through the changelog I couldn't find anything immediately evident about whether or not the "200-line kernel patch which does wonders" was included in this release or not. Here is the related original post. Anybody know if it will be in there for certain? I may have to remove my Ubuntu alternative workaround outlined in the subsequent article before doing an upgrade.

"Consistency requires you to be as ignorant today as you were a year ago." -- Bernard Berenson