bugzilla.mozilla.org "Native HTML5" on Windows 7 with IE9 powered by the HTML5 CoProcessor!
Nice online whiteboard: twiddla.com
Have a look if a string is within the first 4 billion digits of pi contained: pi.nersc.gov
new haskell html combinator library: jaspervdj.be
Harry Reid: "If you drill and you spill, we're going to make you pay the bill" (http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soziales/0,1518,700731,00.html)
"Visualizing the BP Oil Spill Disaster" n-tv.de
You get HDMI output, e-sata, 3 USB ports, audio in/out, all integrated in one ultra slim and light desktop box. It can playback 1080p video, output 1080p Ubuntu user interfaces and also render 3D games like Quake3 at the same time. This ebox Ubuntu desktop example is manufactured by Quanta. youtube.com
Marvell is showing an awesome looking full Ubuntu 9.10 desktop solution, based on their Marvell Armada 510 processor and system on chip design, manufacturers can now make desktop computers running Ubuntu to be sold for as little as $100 to $150 depending on volumes and margins taken by retailers.
#haskell: <geheimdienst> the god of haskell is pure and does not have side-effects, hence nobody ever can detect him
Third order quine: "This is a Haskell program that outputs a Python program that outputs a Ruby program that outputs the original Haskell program." blog.sigfpe.com
Snapframework is a new haskell web framework in development: snapframework.com
beautiful pi and e approximations which include all digits 1 to 9: futilitycloset.com
Dubai 45 gigapixels: gigapan.org
I was just convinced that a sampling rate of 2*20kHz in real world might not enough for any music digitalization, see en.wikipedia.org In practice you'd need to have a bandwidth limited signal (no perfect filter exists) and more constraints.
@gkreimer piece of cake in haskell :D
Prelude> zipWith (,) ["k1", "k2"] ["a", "b"]
Prelude> lookup "k1" (zipWith (,) ["k1", "k2"] ["a", "b"])