Scott Shane and Neil A. Lewis write in The New York Times: At Sept. 11 Trial, Tale of Missteps and Management. It is a sad tale.
Archive for March, 2006
Sun Small Programmable Object Technology (Sun SPOT) is exciting!
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Sun SPOT: Simplified Development of Wireless Transducers Using Java Technology
Researchers at Sun Microsystems Laboratories (Sun Labs) are developing a system that takes major strides toward solving the key challenges that are inhibiting development of wireless sensor and transducer applications.
Based on a 32 bit ARM CPU and an 11 channel 2.4GHz radio, Sun SPOT radically simplifies the process of developing wireless sensor and transducer applications. The platform enables developers to build wireless transducer applications in Java using a sensor board for I/O, an 802.15.4 radio for wireless communication, and use familiar Integrated Development Environments (IDEs), such as NetBeans to write code.
SuperMike has published a dead simple Introduction to Firewalls at Nuxified Forums. If I can understand it, so can you. But do you care?