Daily Archives: August 10, 2006

The PowerMac G5 is dead, long live the MacPro

In all the excitement this week, I forgot to blather on (maybe shill) for the new MacPro that was announced this Monday. I don’t work on Mondays at Apple so my energies are spent on anything but my job. When I … Continue reading

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RIP Dr. James Van Allen

His discovery of the belts named after him was pretty critical for the manned and unmanned space missions, especially the Apollo series. With their locations and intensities calculated out, all equipment is hardned against the radiation and spacecraft have trajectories … Continue reading

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My car makes it to 100,000 miles

Must be a slow news week to go on about this, but that’s why I bought a Volkswagen 10 years ago (I also didn’t go to GenCon, happening now in India-No-Place). When I was a prisoner of Austin’s mediocre mass … Continue reading

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