3rd > February > 2007 Archive

Palm developers fight back

CommentLast week we ran an article covering the launch of a new Palm OS emulation environment, and commented that development for Palm OS was grinding to a halt and the platform would soon be forgotten.
Bill Ray, 03 Feb 2007
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Great moments in human research

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Stephen Juan, 03 Feb 2007

What ever happened to tuberculosis?

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Stephen Juan, 03 Feb 2007
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What is sexsomnia?

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Stephen Juan, 03 Feb 2007
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Where does the taboo against sex during menstruation originate?

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Stephen Juan, 03 Feb 2007

High-tech to no-tech: San Francisco's troubled network ambitions

As doubts grow over the approval of San Francisco's proposed deal to build a citywide wireless network with EarthLink, critics of the effort are putting forth alternatives. Like the current plan, negotiated behind closed doors between Mayor Gavin Newsom and the ISP, none of them are anywhere near perfect.
Dan Goodin, 03 Feb 2007
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Let's Lisp again

Lisp is one of the oldest and best-loved programming languages around, but it gets relatively little attention from programmers despite its flexibility and power. Now the organisers of the 2007 International Lisp Conference hope to raise the language’s profile by inviting entries for their latest programming contest.
Bill Thompson, 03 Feb 2007