31 Juli, 2011

Mini-Computer Raspberry Pi geht in die Produktion - Pro-Linux

Mini-Computer Raspberry Pi geht in die Produktion - Pro-Linux: "Beim Raspberry Pi handelt es sich um einen winzigen Computer, der für ca. 25 USD in den Handel kommen soll. Das Gerät soll eingesetzt werden, um bei Kindern die Freude am Programmieren zu wecken. Die Grundfläche des Rechners soll in etwa so groß werden wie eine Kreditkarte. Im Inneren befindet sich ein ARM11-Prozessor mit 700 MHz."

22 Juli, 2011

Markus Kayser - Solar Sinter Project on Vimeo

Markus Kayser - Solar Sinter Project on Vimeo: "In a world increasingly concerned with questions of energy production and raw material shortages, this project explores the potential of desert manufacturing, where energy and material occur in abundance.
In this experiment sunlight and sand are used as raw energy and material to produce glass objects using a 3D printing process, that combines natural energy and material with high-tech production technology."

Why files need to die - O'Reilly Radar

Why files need to die - O'Reilly Radar: "Files are an anachronism in the digital age. It's time for something better."

09 Juli, 2011

How To « William J Turkel

How To « William J Turkel: "Knowing how to program is crucial for doing advanced research with digital sources. There are still many powerful tools that you can make use of if you don’t know how to program (yet), and even if you do, it usually isn’t a good idea to reinvent the wheel. The posts below describe a complete workflow for finding, harvesting, clustering, excerpting, and keeping track of digital sources, using programs that run on your own computer."

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SciPlore: Exploring Science

SciPlore: Exploring Science: "SciPlore (originally Scienstein), a non-profit project, aims to support researchers in searching and evaluating scientific publications and offer tools to ease their daily work."

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