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Tuesday, February 07, 2006


Carnival of Computing 1.0.8

So comes a time when there must be a Carnival of Computing. Sure, it's been a while since my last, but it's kind of hard to do it every week. If you are interested in hosting just shoot me an email or leave a comment. It's been a busy few weeks in the tech world and hopefully the following posts will tide you over until version 1.0.9.

Alex Bendig of Not Just Code helps us solve the Eight Queens puzzle using python.

Bruce Eisner's Vision Thing has an interesting look at how bit torrent is affecting the internet as a whole, using Tivo as an example.

Caleb Tennis of CodeSnipers takes a look at the viability of outsourcing programming work.

TechCrunch's Michael Arrington reports that tomorrow Google will officially begin taking over the world, er, I mean integrating Google talk within Gmail.

I'd like to allow Keith Casey some time to gloat, his company Casey Software turned one. Sounds like business has been on the up and up. Congratulations.

Dave Winer offers a few suggestions for improving RSS .

Dion of Techno.Blog reminds us that integration is not always optimal .

Dion also writes for Ajaxian (which has undergone an overhaul since I've last been there) and gives us a look at Opera 9's Technical Preview. It's a wonderful thing.

JRoss of RossCode brings us his 35th weekly review.

Ed Brill writes about how it's ok to be passionate about Lotus Notes. Though since he's been working with them for 14 years, I think he may be biased, but that's fine.

Bob Wyman of As I May Think writes about privacy concerning the US's attempt at looking at Google's mass of stored personal information.

Shoe , the Linux Librarian, tells of more adventures concerning the Librarian and the Kernel .

Martin Ferretti of TipMonkies gives us a look into 30 boxes, a calendar application that has done to calendars what Gmail has done to email.

And since I failed to link to the CotC website yesterday, here's a link! The CotC will also be hosting this week's Carnival of the Vanities.


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