Links shared from del.icio.us today:
- Nokia N9 hands-on – Pocket-lint
- Absolutely gorgeous! I want!
- (categories: MeeGo nokia nokian9 hardware phones)
- 'Apple in big trouble – can't survive' – Pocket-lint
- Can I see the source code for the controllers in your engines then please? ;)
- (categories: funny overhishead business)
- windows · A List of People Who Need to Stop Writing Software
- Thank [deity] on the Mac and *nix side we've largely been spared from this.
- (categories: software programming windows crapware boatware)
- Generic Tuberculosis Medicine Shows Promise for Reversing Type 1 Diabetes – Bloomberg
- Would be great, if it works. My family has a history of Type I diabetes, but my father and I seem to have dodged the bullet.
- (categories: news health diabetes)
- Three arguments against the singularity – Charlie's Diary
- Best argument I've read against the concept. I've never bought the idea of the singularity, though it seems most people into the subject think its all but a certainty.
- (categories: tech science singularity)
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