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Gavin MacDonald DEAD, Morgan Stanley Head of M&A dies at 47

Gavin MacDonald, head of mergers and acquisitions for Morgan Stanley died Fright night due to a heart attack at age 47. Gavin MacDonald based in London spent his career as the Morgan Stanley deal maker starting in 1983 and recently Read More

How To Make a Harmonograph, or Spirograph

Have you ever heard of the harmonograph? If not, or if at the most you have very hazy ideas as to what it is, let me explain. It is an instrument for recording on paper, or on some other suitable Read More

www.Solio.com – Video of how a Berkley Company is Using Solar Energy to Create Small Business in Africa

CES is beginning to look a little Green. Let me start by introducing you to www.Solio.com. In short this Berkeley, CA and London based company has created – “Solio™, the Universal (Solar Power) "Hybrid" Charger is powerful enough to charge Read More

Authority according to Google

Getting found is not only about having the right stuff on your page, but also having the right people to link to you.  So if you want to really boost your own page rank you need to get one of Read More

Rock Band Achievements and Songs List

60’s “Gimme Shelter” – The Rolling Stones 70’s Ballroom Blitz – Sweet (as made famous by) Blitzkrieg Bop – The Ramones Detroit Rock City – KISS Don’t Fear the Reaper – Blue Oyster Cult Flirtin’ With Disaster – Molly Hatchet Read More

Microsoft Extends its line up of Xbox 360 games for Japan

Japan’s best developers are betting big on Xbox 360 in 2007 and beyond, as Microsoft announces best-ever holiday entertainment lineup. London, 12th September 2007 — Flanked by a who’s who of Japanese gaming luminaries and video game development legends, Takashi Read More

Who’s Afraid Of Apple & Google? Not Symbian

The recent entry of Apple (AAPL) and the looming Google (GOOG) OS for mobiles are a cause of concern for everyone – from handset makers to mobile carriers. Their mobile forays should be of serious concern for Mobile OS makers Read More

Epidemiologists learn from World of Warcraft plague

Cory Doctorow: From Lancet’s Infectious Disease Journal, a paper from epidemiologists on modelling the spread of disease based on an accidental “plague” in World of Warcraft: A new villain, a winged serpent called Hakkar, originally designed as a challenge for Read More

Live Earth Sets New Record for Streams Served

Microsoft’s MSN division said over the weekend that its online simulcast of Live Earth had broken all previous records for online events with over 10 million streams served, surpassing the previous record held by AOL’s Live 8 coverage in 2005. Read More