Thursday, March 31, 2005

Supervolcanoes Update

The USGS (US Geological Survey - Science of a Changing World), has given their latest take on the situation and speculation regarding supervolacanes and the possibility of it occuring in Yellowstone National Park.

This is really seems that USGS is trying to alleviate fears regarding this important issue, especially when reputable news organisations and BBC and Discovery Channel are runnig documentaries regarding the whole idea.

Still it is important to note the obvious critical consequences that can happen if such an event ever takes place, even in millennia to come.

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Richard P. Feynman

Richard P. Feynman craze??
His internationally recognised and reknowned lecture notes can be found at

For those of you don't know who he is...
he was nobel winner and also professor at Caltech.

Google Code Jam

Three Indians, including one based in Singapore, are among the top five winners of a contest organised by Google, the world's largest search engine.

"We were given three algorithms problems. The first was to find out the unique URLs (universal resource locators); the second was trying to find the shortest possible path and the third was to calculate the probable winner among the two in a competition," said fifth-placed Ramachandran.

ooh...almost forgot about it.. heard it somewhere... and forgot to track.
but thats today's news.

Saturday, March 26, 2005

Google Calendar?

Latest speculation suggests that there might be a Google Calendar coming soon...

Looks like Google is trying to maintain its dominance of the web.
If there is MSN Calendar and Hotmail... then we can have Google Calendar and Gmail.

Microsoft Beta Guest IDs List

Microsoft Beta Guest IDs List

if you are interested in testing new Microsoft products.


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