The classic operating system turns 40, and its progeny abound The Strange Birth and Long Life of Unix
Software Bloat and Wasted Joules: Is Modularity a Hurdle to Green Software? http://www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2011/09/mco2011090097-abs.html
Really interesting, and maybe really true information. Great comic. Congrats phdcomics.
I am “no one” and no expert in the field, but Lovelock’s book “The revenge of Gaia” – a brilliant book – explored all possible “clean” energy alternatives, and they are not so green as they appear to be. Even tidal, solar or wind power. If you want to know why, read the book, its great.
The point is that after Fukushima disaster, nuclear power became the bad and evil energy source. It’s not all that. It might be a really good option (again, read the book to understand).
And now, even more, after this article that has been published on Scientfic American:
Coal Ash Is More Radioactive than Nuclear Waste
A friend said:
GAMBIARRA = Great Adjustment Method By Intuitive Analysis Running Radical Action
Tested on a HTC G1 and on a x86 computer running Android port:
On a terminal emulator, or remote shell connected to the device:
setprop service.adb.tcp.port 5555
From the host PC:
./adb connect 192.168.1.100:5555
setprop service.adb.tcp.port -1
After disabling, ADB will continue to work using USB cable
Again, I said so 3 years ago. 🙂