Category Archives: Wayback Machine

Google Books Library Project

What’s the goal of this project? The Library Project’s aim is simple: make it easier for people to find relevant books – specifically, books they wouldn’t find any other way such as those that are out of print – while … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street

So what are your thoughts on Occupy Wall Street ? Sorry for all the links but they have been put out in order for some to understand the larger context. There has been something seriously wrong in our societies for … Continue reading

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Redefining the Architecture of Memory

It’s an older article but definitely worth the read in context of spintronics technology. At I.B.M.’s research lab in San Jose, Calif., Stuart S. P. Parkin is working on a device that could increase chip data storage by 10 to … Continue reading

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Google Search Charcters: Eliza and The Wayback Machine

Life must be understood backwards; but… it must be lived forward.Soren Kierkegaard Now this quote above by Soren is not just an application, to a point of view, but of an idea about what we can funnel through and forward … Continue reading

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Igniting Neurons:Time Travel

Life must be understood backwards; but… it must be lived forward.Soren Kierkegaard The image illustrates the Wayback machine from the Mr. Peabody and Sherman segment of the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoon. The image supports the article on the subject: Wayback … Continue reading

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Internet Archive: WayBack Machine

Internet Archive Coordinates: 37°46′56.3″N 122°28′17.65″W Internet Archive Type Digital library Founded 1996 Key people Brewster Kahle (Chairman) Website archive.org Alexa rank 230 (April 2011)[1] Available in English Internet Archive headquarters was in the Presidio, a former US military base in San … Continue reading

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CERN brings hardware into the open

It good to see great minds think alike?:) The Open Hardware Repository was inspired by the success of open-source software. (Image courtesy CERN.) Hardware and software go hand in hand – one doesn’t work without the other. Despite being so … Continue reading

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