What are you doing on April 3? If you're in the San Francisco area, you could be part of something big. Really big. Super big.
On that one day, the University of San Francisco will attempt to create an ad hoc, networked supercomputer from the assembled processing power of an expected 1,000 laptop-toting geeks. The goal of the event, called "FlashMob Computing Supercomputer: FlashMob I", ......Full article >>>
an watching paint dry, the university has planned a day of exhibits, gaming tournaments, and educational sessions. The day wraps, appropriately enough, with a LAN party featuring gaming on a 10-gigabit LAN.
At the end of the day, FlashMob Supercomputer aims to place this proof-of-concept exercise on the TOP500 Supercomputer List (http://www.......
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top-level domain space. ICANN received applications for 10 new address endings. Such extensions as .post, .tel, .travel and .xxx were among the ideas thrown into the ring. The goal is to create alternate endings for niche markets. ".mobi" was also put on the table by players in the mobile content and services arena. For more on this, check out:
Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 03/22/04Related biology technology :1
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