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Fear and Loathing and Windows 8 Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

(Or: Why Windows 8 Scares Me -- and Should Scare You Too)

I was very excited when I saw the first demos of Windows 8.  After years of settling for mediocre incremental improvements in its core products, Microsoft finally was ready to make bold changes to Windows, something I thought it had to do to stay relevant in computing.  What's more, the changes looked really nice!  Once I'd seen the clean, modern-looking videos of Windows 8, the old Windows looked cramped and a little embarrassing, kind of like finding a picture of the way you dressed when you were a senior in high school (link).

So when Microsoft announced that it was releasing a "consumer preview" of Windows 8, I couldn't wait to play with it.  So far I've installed Windows 8 on two computers, a middle of the road HP laptop and a mini tablet PC from Japan.  I've browsed the web and used Office and even tested our new app, Zekira, on it.  My conclusion is that Windows 8 in its current form is very different; attractive in some ways, and disturbing in others.  It combines an interesting new interface with baffling changes to Windows compatibility, and amateur mistakes in customer messaging.  Add up all the changes, and I am very worried that Microsoft may be about to shoot itself in the foot spectacularly.  Even the plain colorful graphics in Windows 8 that looked so cool when I first saw them are starting to look ominous to me, like the hotel decor in The Shining.

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Posted by Southern on Sunday, July 29, 2012 @ 01:42:18 EDT (1436 reads)

Perl Scripts Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

These are some Perl scripts I've written over the years. Feel free to download and use them, but please give me credit if you re-distribute them. Whenever possible, please don't re-distribute directly, but just ask people to access this page ( Note that accessing the links below will give you a listing of the program, and won't actually run it. You will need Perl 5.001 or later to run most scripts. Some cgi scripts in this directory will not work with the NCSA server; we use Apache, which is how I test them. Email me if you use NCSA and still want to use these scripts.

DISCLAIMER: These programs are not guarenteed in any form or fashion, and may be dangerous. Any use is strictly at your own risk. Number of lines below indicate 80-character lines, and do not include comments or the "#!/bin/perl" line (the shell directive). More recently-added scripts are closer to the top, and new scripts are continously being added.


Posted by Southern on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 @ 01:13:48 EDT (1421 reads)

How to Build a Computer from Scratch Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

 The Complete Guide

Last week, we showed you how to build your own custom PC, from picking the parts, to putting it together and installing your OS. Here's the complete guide, along with a printable PDF version that you can use as a reference.

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Posted by Southern on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 @ 01:43:38 EDT (1643 reads)

OSForensics – Free Forensic Software Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

OSForensics is a Free Forensic Software created by by Passmark Software. It contains an entire Forensic toolkit with the ability to create cases, discover and read files, recover deleted files, find good and bad files using known hashes, search within files and much more. OSForensics and also includes a built in tool for copying the software to a USB device, essentially creating a Portable Forensic Lab.


Posted by Southern on Friday, March 30, 2012 @ 00:39:41 EDT (1111 reads)

Cracking Stuxnet Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

Ralph Langner: Cracking Stuxnet, a 21st-century cyber weapon


Posted by Southern on Thursday, March 29, 2012 @ 00:44:14 EDT (1111 reads)

Blind quantum computing points to the future Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Sruthi Pinnameneni

Quantum computing

A Vienna team has shown how to send encrypted data to a quantum computer. But a stable and powerful quantum computer remains a long way off.

Imagine, for a moment, that the promise of powerful, super-fast quantum computers has materialized. In the beginning at least, there will only be a few of them, housed in special facilities.

Users who want to harness their quantum capabilities will need to send data to a remote location, allow the computer to do its magic and send back the results. Quantum physicists have now shown that there's a way to do this that's absolutely securely - meaning the remote quantum computer will never understand the true data even while it is manipulating it.

Though other researchers have described the theory behind such a "blind quantum computing" protocol a few years ago, a group of scientists in Vienna have now become the first to demonstrate that this works. Their results were published last month in the journal, Science.

Titel: Quantum computer Schlagworte: Quantum computer, vienna, austria, quantum, Wer hat das Bild gemacht/Fotograf?: University of Vienna Wann wurde das Bild gemacht?: 2011 Wo wurde das Bild aufgenommen?: Vienna Bildbeschreibung: ifbookthen group: Researchers at the University of Vienna are workingon a a quantum computer

The Vienna team was able to show how to encrypt data sent to a quantum computer

Classical vs. Quantum

"Here is our laser," explains Stephanie Barz, a doctoral student at the Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology, showing off their experimental quantum computer that uses photons to hold and manipulate data. "Then we have crystals, we have optical elements like wave plates, we have beam splitters, optical fibers."

It looks nothing like an ordinary computer, more like a pinball machine - dissected into a maze of crystal cubes and optical lenses.

Posted by Southern on Monday, March 12, 2012 @ 00:23:44 EDT (1030 reads)

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