mikejuk writes: Paul Baran, whose work in the 1960's helped create the technical underpinnings for the Arpanet, the government-sponsored precursor to today's Internet, died at his home in Palo Alto, California, on March 26, 2011.
rsmiller510 writes: "Today's IT pros have to deal with a myriad of software and hardware, physical and virtual, spanning geographical locations and it requires a system that lets you see across all of this complexity to get the big picture."
astroengine writes: "On Wednesday, the CMS Collaboration announced its first science results. But no Higgs boson has been detected, yet. Physicists have instead narrowed the search down, and with a 95 percent certainty, the Higgs does not have a mass range of between 144 and 207 GeV/c2. In this quantum search for a proverbial needle in a haystack, it helps if the haystack shrinks a little."