Geek Links — June 3, 2010
Posted on June 3, 2010 by Chris Nelson
Wow. The day off threw me off. Here are this week’s geek links, two days late. It’s a slimmer selection than normal, but we have a number of very interesting science articles, Banksy sightings, multi-core madness, strange stripper sightings, and more. Enjoy!
- Steve Jobs talks Flash, ‘lying S.O.B’ devs, sex, and Gizmodocrime • The Register
- Learnings from my iPhone App Submission Process
- Coding Horror: The Vast and Endless Sea
- Software development is part Science, Engineering, and Art
- RIP Enterprise Software?
- What every programmer should know about memory, Part 1
- Programming Culture And Philosophy
- HTML5 vs. Flash: The case for Flash
- Mixed signs on the state of IT education
- John Underkoffler points to the future of UI
- Intel’s New CPU Chip Is More Super Than Yours, With 50 Cores Aboard
- Qualcomm Intros Dual Core Mobile Processors
- A Crash Course in Modern Hardware
- Apple Overtakes Microsoft
- Yahoo Sorry About Lap Dancing at Event in Taiwan (old but fun)
- Grave Stakes (strippers at funerals?)
- Yahoo Video Evidence below (since all of AllthingsD’s videos are broken).
- Six Writers on Their Favorite Reading
- Greatest sci-fi novel ever* to FINALLY be filmed
- Effects wizard Ray Harryhausen celebrated by academy exhibit in L.A.
- Empathy Dropped 40% in College Students Since 2000
- The taste of tiny: Putting nanofoods on the menu
- Are Nanofoods Sustainable?
- Weird Exoplanet Orbits Could Prevent Alien Life
- Mathematical Logic Finds Unexpected Application on Wall Street
- Installing Microsoft Fonts « Ubuntu Blog
- Sneak preview for coming KDE SC 4.5 | We love Linux !
- Ubuntu 10.04 LTS: Lucid Lynx Benchmarked And Reviewed : Introduction