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"Success is doing ordinary things extraordinarily well."

Cool Olympic Technology
Topic: Miscellaneous 4:25 pm EST, Feb 13, 2002

The Simulcam technology made its broadcast debut in 1999 during coverage at the World Championships for skiing in
Vail, Colorado. The technology caught the eye of U.S. ski team coaches, who saw it as a potentially powerful tool for
fine-tuning a skier's performance.

Cool Olympic Technology

Big brother is watching you in DC...whats next?
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:19 pm EST, Feb 13, 2002

WASHINGTON, Feb. 13 - A camera mounted on the roof of
police headquarters here peers down at pedestrians
approaching the steps of the Capitol half a mile away.
Then it zooms in on a couple who are climbing the stairs,
unaware they are being watched. Inside headquarters, a
huge digital image of the couple is displayed on
floor-to-ceiling monitors in a darkened high-tech
command center, the hub of what will soon be one of the
nation's most extensive public surveillance networks.

Big brother is watching you in DC...whats next?

'The Hackers will win' - Unrippable music CD? Impossible
Topic: Miscellaneous 5:29 pm EST, Feb  6, 2002

"The genie is out of the bottle, as evidenced by Morpheus' success," said Miller. "The hackers will win. It
would be very difficult to ever go back with as many music files and other intellectual property already out

'The Hackers will win' - Unrippable music CD? Impossible

Site to pool scrutiny of Linux security
Topic: Miscellaneous 5:18 pm EST, Feb  6, 2002

Theo de Raadt, founder project leader of another open-source Unix variant, OpenBSD, said that
the Linux development process has problems that code review may not fix.

"Linux has some diseases in the land of security," he said. "Featuritis in low-level code is
growing out of control, almost to Microsoft levels, and this is just plain complexity that becomes
difficult to control quality in."

Site to pool scrutiny of Linux security

'EverQuest' spins its own economy
Topic: Miscellaneous 6:32 pm EST, Jan 25, 2002

The business model for online gaming is still evolving, but at least one popular online game
has already created a powerful free-market economy, according to a study.

'EverQuest' spins its own economy

Alcohol may ward off Alzheimers
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:02 pm EST, Jan 24, 2002

an. 24 - Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol, which has
already been shown to help prevent heart disease and strokes,
may also cut the risk of Alzheimer?s disease by nearly half, a
Dutch study found.

Alcohol may ward off Alzheimers

Bunny Survival Tests
Topic: Miscellaneous 1:14 pm EST, Jan 23, 2002

To determine specific weaknesses and/or strengths possessed
by "Marshmallow Bunnies".

Bunny Survival Tests

Apple Creator Steve Wozniak Forms Mobile Start-Up
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:52 pm EST, Jan 23, 2002

The computer industry's most famous garage tinkerer said he believes the time is right to
develop a new class of consumer electronics to take advantage of advances in satellite
tracking, wireless networks and more powerful computer chips.

Apple Creator Steve Wozniak Forms Mobile Start-Up

Tron System Overload
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:49 pm EST, Jan 23, 2002

g0t r00t?

Tron System Overload

How to Become an Unsuccessful, Burned-Out SysOp
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:51 am EST, Jan 23, 2002

It seems as if everyone who gets a modem and calls bulletin
boards toys with the idea of running his own BBS at some time.
The plain truth is that bulletin boards come and go with alarming
regularity. A few stick around, but for every one that reaches
its second birthday, five will appear and vanish. Here are a few
simple tips to insure that your effort at running at bulletin
board places you in the majority.

How to Become an Unsuccessful, Burned-Out SysOp

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