It is a thing of beauty to see a system manage itself. They say charity begins at home so for a system to be aware, it should be self aware.
Unbelievable isn't it? One part plausible, three parts publicity and two parts (wishfully) aggressive. But that is banter for you.
Who owns an online community? Its creators or its citizens?
Not really. But it could put a serious cramp in your plans at evading Big Brother or bring down your credibility.
Have you annoyed your developers this year? It's not too late! Here are a few tips.
I suppose youve heard about the dumb blonde. She could not call 911 because she could not find the 11' button. Nigerians are not blonde
"If it ain't broke, don't fix it" may have worked for Elop's Nokia. Or heeded by Mayer's Yahoo. But is it true in every case?
The Pelican Brief: the sneeze that starts the avalanche.
To be worth one's salt is to be effective and efficient therefore deserving of one's pay.
I cannot wait to ask the above title as a question in an interview.
If one was to make a list of what nobody reads, number 1 on that list would be EULAs.
It is just a protocol used to share files, so what is all the furor about?
Good leaders always know to keep the populace busy. Idle minds breed trouble and that is why the Pharaohs built the pyramids.
Things have been quite busy in the Nigerian twitterverse.
Almost every developer's project started as a way to fill a personal need.
The part I and part II of this paper are available if you haven't read them. This is to summarise and mention what has being done.
In part I, the aim of the 3DF algorithm was stated. It was the spread of data unto the congruent convex regular polygon faces ...
I dreamt this up. Seriously, I kid you not. I don't know if it is a compression, encryption or hash algorithm. A lot of it is a bit fuzzy.