I must be feeling better today, as at least I'm conscious.
Anyway, doing yet another link dump, as I'm horribly behind on stuff around here.
The next big thing in computing (via Flutterby), which is about dynamic scaling of computing (or websites).
And then there's the real price of gasoline (via Flutterby again), which states that the price of gasoline here in the States is too low by $3.50/gallon due to government subsidies (and how with the artificially depressed prices, we'll never get around to fully developing alternative energy).
And finally, acquaintance of mine moved to Nicaragua because, as he put it, “I've wanted to … outsource myself to someplace warm and sunny with decent DSL.” Globalization can cut both ways I guess.
You have my permission to link freely to any entry here. Go
ahead, I won't bite. I promise.
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