Tuesday, April 04, 2006

The Interesting Link

Windows has opened its classified site, earlier advertised as a competitor to Google Base. It is now called Windows Live Expo (you may have heard of it as Fremont). It seems to be more narrowly focused than Google Base, but better and more polished as a classified site.

About the limits of some artificial intelligence techniques: Why Data Mining Won't Stop Terror

In the Labs: Automatic Code Generators, about next generation programming languages.

Lego Mindstorms are back.

I liked this article about patents registered for Google, among them a patent that proposes "lowering the cost of wireless access by offsetting the costs via advertisements on the service", (something I predicted in January).

In more general IT related news, we saw holographic storage getting closer to market and exciting developments in cpu architecture.