Toreo asesino writes "Jeff Alexander gives an insight into how Microsoft runs its main sites. Interesting details include having no firewall, having to manage 650 GB of IIS logs every day, and the use of their yet unreleased Windows Server 2008 in a production environment.
aleksaimp writes: "Winamp will die AIMP russian freeware media player comes to you
AIMP Classic v1.74 Test Released on 13.03.2007
AIMP program is a powerful audio centre.
Thanks to the built software, you can easily recoded with music from one format to another, record audio from a microphone or other audio devices to edit tags music files, as well as a group to rename or sort them. AIMP Classic based on the well-known audio engine BASS, you can easily connect plugins from the library to AIMP. Here you can find whatever they wanted from audio players, and even more...
in the same English interface"
jemecki writes: I was looking through the distributed computing statistics at BOINCstats today and I noticed that SETI@Home distributed computing grid just passed 280 TeraFLOPS in computing power. The reason this is so remarkable is that the fastest supercomputer in the world Blue Gene/L ALSO operates at a sustained 280 TeraFLOPS. So while governments are busy using their supercomputers to model bombs and nuclear weapons, the geeks have put together the world's fastest computer and they're using it to look for aliens. Awesome.