New fast data transfers using algebra packets, new images of Uranus, Lyle describes hardrives using circus metaphor and more helping people with their technical calls.Uranus Viewing,
For a caller aking about camera suggestions:
Tonight (Saturday October 27th at 6:30pm) come and meet the Geeks (well at least Lyle) at Louden Nelson Community center at 6:30 pm and hear Lance McVay read some from his book Light House Tales.
Check out these awesome pictures of Uranus. I love the writeup on how these images were processed!
This site takes you through the Apollo 11 lunar landing in fantastic detail, and using a great interface.
Academic researchers have improved wireless bandwidth by an order of magnitude—not by adding base stations, tapping more spectrum, or cranking up transmitter wattage, but by using algebra to eliminate the network-clogging task of resending dropped packets of data.
Odd, but notable.
Middle of this episode of GeekSpeak Lyle rants on about why it is important to know about programing… and suggested this book.
When linking to the book we realized that it is available for free online… Whaat! Marjin – you are fantastic!