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A High Risk But Viable Alternative to Kurzweil’s Singularity

Kurzweil’s Singularity consists of uploading the information in human biological brains into the silicon of computer hardware.  Kurzweil even regards this as possibly occurring during his own lifetime, so Kurzweil is doing everything possible to extend his life.  519 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Free books for Linux kernel enthusiasts

In the true open-source spirit, the authors of some great Linux kernel books have decided to make these books freely available for everyone. They are good material for anyone interested in the Linux kernel, and also a good reference for professionals working with the kernel. 395 more words


The Beer Dinner

Stan Hieronymus is hosting this month’s Session, asking bloggers:

If you could invite four people dead or alive to a beer dinner who would they be? 696 more words

Not Sport

Interesting bit on Netgear

Router Land

Sometimes there are folks who camp on ‘nearly right’ names with the intent of capturing your information. It’s very easy to type”FOO.com” when you ought to type “FOO.info” or “FOO.net” or “FOO.biz”. 1,912 more words

Tech Bits

The missing rootwait

Rootwait is a Linux kernel command line parameter that makes the kernel wait (indefinitely) for a root device to show up. This can be useful for devices that are detected asynchronously such as USB or MMC medias. 393 more words


Puzzle de Hanói. Impresiones.


¿Recuerdan el puzzle matemático de los 7 discos y tres baras? Se llama Puzzle de Hanoi. Hay que encajar los discos en orden de grande a pequeño, pero los discos ya están dispuestos en las varas en algún desorden. 110 more words

Informática E Internet

How to add an I/O Scheduler to your kernel

How to add an I/O Scheduler to your kernel:

Praise God, another succesful addition to the TBLTE kernel was that of adding the FIOPS I/O scheduler to the kernel. 494 more words