Monthly Archives: October 2018

Who Discovered Krypton?

Below is an interesting way to present the Periodic Table of Elements (or, The Mendeleev’s Table).  Each element is presented with the year and the flag of the country in which it was discovered (click to enlarge). It is interesting … Continue reading

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Tech Bits, Week of October 21, 2018

This is a guest post from Mike Montemorra, who is a technology guru with long and successful career in computer industry. Mike keeps an eye on the latest developments in computer and storage technology and publishes his observations weekly. Below is … Continue reading

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International Diplomacy and Google Translate

Recently, I purchased (online) a coin (number 3920) from The White House Gift Shop that commemorated the meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin that took place in Helsinki, Finland. Let’s say I did it for sentimental reasons. After checking … Continue reading

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Run Atlas Run

I wrote about this company before: link, link, link, and link. What can I say…  Boston Dynamics and everything they do is simply amazing!  

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Computer Humor

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