Archives for April 8, 2009

Discover Magazine Dot Com, which has been expanding its blogospheric presence recently, has just reached the one million plus monthly page view mark, having shown a steady expansion since last year. Since Science Blogs has also been growing (though I’m guessing much more slowly since we are not brand new … I don’t really know)…

This is not how I remember it …

Star Trek A-Team Mashup Hat Tip Miss Cellania

Linux Jingoism

I havn’t served up any real Linux Jingoism in several hours, so here’s a dose. From Ben Zvan via facebook, we have YAhead10 list of why you should use Linux. Here. And, for you Windows users, here’s a little item on Windows Explorer.

Simply harnessing the wind in relatively shallow waters — the most accessible and technically feasible sites for offshore turbines — could produce at least 20% of the power demand for most coastal states, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said, unveiling a report by the Minerals Management Service that details the potential for oil, gas and renewable…

For the first time in 200 years, a ship of the sea sailing under a US flag has been taken by pirates. And, in an unusual move, the ship’s crew went ahead and took the ship back. “It’s reported that one pirate is on board under crew control – the other three were trying to…

Premios Puño Arriba 2009

You may remember this earlier announcement. Here is the update on event, this time bilingually.

Blogospherics

In case you heard about the prediction of the recent earthquake in Italy (and how the guy who predicted the quake was badly treated and stuff) read this to find out the important details of earthquake prediction. The Four Stone Hearth Web Carnival will be HERE later today. There is still time to send me…