Showing posts from March, 2007

Windows Mobility Center

The stick a bunch of marginally related tasks in the same window approach to user interface design:Things common to, uh, laptops! Weeee!

Final Four

Los Angeles Times on the Top Ten Reasons to Hate the Gators. Suck it, Bruins. Although I would love to again debase everything Joey represents, the Buckeyes will fall to Georgetown, and then we will have ourselves a championship game.Larry Summers in the Financial Times on policymakers' need to take a long-term view.The indefatigable Jon Stokes in Ars Technica on Intel's forthcoming Nehalem architecture: Oregon-inspired funny name, 45 nm manufacturing process, up to eight cores, an on-die memory controller, optional integrated graphics subsystem, and the return of SMT.

Gramercy Tavern

Flight back from Beijing connected in EWR, so I spent the weekend in New York.
Guest PhotographerThe Politico on Google lobbyists.Sarah Hamersma, a University of Florida professor, in today's New York Times on a minimum wage versus the EITC.

A Last Night in Beijing