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Comment: Re:Useful for just certain applications (Score 3, Interesting) 132

by skazatmebaby (#37747024) Attached to: Mojolicious 2.0: Modern Perl For the Web

If I'm reading the docs correctly, the webserver part of Mojolicious is optional:

http://mojolicio.us/perldoc/Mojolicious/Guides/Cookbook#DEPLOYMENT

It also supports a pretty substantial list of alternatives to its build in web server. Want to only run it as a CGI script? Then do that. Run your app as a PSGI script? Yeah, you can do that too. Started as a CGI script by now need a lot more HP? Not so hard to move what you started on something simple to something with a little more Umph.

So that's I guess, "neat"

The Military

US Army To Push X-Files Tech Development 139

Posted by samzenpus
from the the-truth-is-out-there dept.
An anonymous reader writes "The US Army is ramping up the development of technology right out of the X-Files; 'making science fiction into reality' as Dr. John Parmentola — Director of their Research and Laboratory Management — puts it. The list of things currently in the works is amazing: regenerating body parts on 'nano-scaffolding,' telepathy through electronic impulses in the scalp, and self-aware virtual photorealistic soldiers that can be deployed in the battlefield through 'quantum ghost imaging.' To test these they want to use them into a massively multiplayer online games like World of Warcraft or Eve online."
Portables

Linux-Based PMP Features Head-Up Display 200

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the ripe-for-the-hacking dept.
nerdyH writes "A new Linux-based portable media player (PMP) features an eyeglass-like head-mounted display with 800 x 600 resolution. Dreamax's Indicube i-800 PMP provides an experience similar to sitting two meters away from a 54-inch screen, the vendor claims. It uses an 0.44-inch eMagin OLED display, claimed to offer the smallest pixel pitch in the industry."

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