Loki: These look really neat, but the page seems to want to do something that my browser doesn't do.
seti: "According to Telegeography, a Washington, D.C., research firm, the long-haul networks that run through Oregon can carry 1,148 terabits of data per second -- enough bandwidth to run about 15 always-on, high-speed Internet connections for every person in the United States."
A_Young: According to Apple, "OpenDarwin.org is the home for the Darwin bug tracking system and an "experimental" source code repository... [and] provides developers with greater freedom to experiment with Darwin open source projects."
A_Young: GNU OpenStep implementation
A_Young: Open Darwin
A_Young: not OSX on Intel
A_Young: Mark Harden's famoust Artchive
PenguinOfDoom: She is anoxeric.
coderman: Neuromancer: he wants "to release a popular file sharing / wifi peer application with distributed computing capabilities for 20 million users contributing CPU to a virtual 500Teraflop machine!
Loki: This Masters programme is designed for graduates who either are, or intend to become, practitioners in the field of substance misuse.
wmf: like ThinkGeek, only geekier
kherr: Welcome to the Police State of America
wmf: I don't get it, but it's cool anyway
coderman: <Ash> Tree in the shape of a bong