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YouTube - Image Resizing by Seam Carving
Topic: Technology 10:20 am EDT, Oct 12, 2007

A new technique shows resizing of images while keeping the important features of the image undistorted, also allows you to protect or remove part of the image with anything removed being automagically and seamlessly filled in.

This is making the rounds in technical circles today. The technique simple and very effective! Apparently Adobe has hired this guy so hopefully we'll see commercial availability soon.

YouTube - Image Resizing by Seam Carving


RE: YouTube - Miss Teen USA 2007 - South Carolina answers a question
Topic: Society 8:06 pm EDT, Aug 27, 2007

freakn wrote:

I am not sure if this is funny or sad.

It could be meant to be ironic... but somehow i don't think she was trying.

RE: YouTube - Miss Teen USA 2007 - South Carolina answers a question


Jason Scott Goatses MySpace
Topic: Humor 11:41 pm EDT, Aug 26, 2007

Like looking to see if a rifle is loaded by peering down the barrel, your screen can turn from a breathtaking visage of insight into a Gatling Gun of mind-scarring infinity-pain within the literal blink of an eye.

Or, as they say: ONCE YOU CLICK, YOU CANNOT UNCLICK.

This is a very entertaining and well written adventure.

Jason Scott Goatses MySpace


WikiScanner on the Colbert Report
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:31 pm EDT, Aug 26, 2007

Acidus had a project mentioned offhandedly on the Daily Show a few months ago but Virgil has seriously raised the bar by actually getting his picture on the Colbert report! We now have a new standard for leetness around here. If you haven't been personally denounced by Steven Colbert, you just aren't that important...

WikiScanner on the Colbert Report


Boing Boing: New Pixelated Glass Window in Cologne Cathedral
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:30 pm EDT, Aug 26, 2007

Yesterday the new Gerhard Richter glass window was unveiled at the Cologne Cathedral. It looks like a group of pixels and is stunning to look at.

This is neat.

Boing Boing: New Pixelated Glass Window in Cologne Cathedral


Groklaw - Court Rules: Novell owns the UNIX and UnixWare copyrights! Novell has right to waive!
Topic: Computers 3:26 am EDT, Aug 18, 2007

Hot off the presses: Judge Dale Kimball has issued a 102-page ruling [PDF] on the numerous summary judgment motions in SCO v. Novell. Here is what matters most:

[T]he court concludes that Novell is the owner of the UNIX and UnixWare Copyrights.

That's Aaaaall, Folks! The court also ruled that "SCO is obligated to recognize Novell's waiver of SCO's claims against IBM and Sequent". That's the ball game. There are a couple of loose ends, but the big picture is, SCO lost. Oh, and it owes Novell a lot of money from the Microsoft and Sun licenses.

Groklaw - Court Rules: Novell owns the UNIX and UnixWare copyrights! Novell has right to waive!


CBS Sues Howard Stern and Sirius - Los Angeles Times
Topic: Current Events 5:45 pm EST, Mar  1, 2006

CBS Radio jolted shock jock Howard Stern and Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. on Tuesday with a $218-million lawsuit that alleged Stern misused the company's airtime in a scheme to boost the payment he received when he moved to Sirius in January.

CBS contends that while it employed Stern, the host spent more than a year hyping his upcoming switch to Sirius and, as a result, improperly enriched himself, "pocketing over $200 million for his personal benefit" by driving up Sirius' subscriber numbers.

Howard had a press conference about this yesterday and from the audio I heard of it he was very aggitated and fidgeting throughout it. If anyone has a copy of that video I would love to see a link to it, I am going to try to find a link to the audio to post later. The discussion I heard today was dealing with the stock options that had been kept secret outside of the 500 million that was made public for his salary. There was one very funny moment in which howard was trying to make a joke that just outright bombed and instead of the press laughing all you could hear was the sound of shutters clicking away. This story should prove entertaining for a few weeks yet to come.

CBS Sues Howard Stern and Sirius - Los Angeles Times


A Meditation On the Speed Limit - Google Video
Topic: Humor 11:11 pm EST, Feb 27, 2006

Bunch of jackass college students get on I285 in Atlanta and actually do the speed limit. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

A Meditation On the Speed Limit - Google Video


UniqueDaily.com - The Many Unusual Looking Buildings On Earth
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:11 pm EST, Feb 27, 2006

The Bank of Asia is a very famous building in Bangkok. It was made way back in 1985, and it's robotic appearance is just a symbol of the modernization of banking. It also has the ability to transform into a mega-robot.

Man I wish I had see this when I was there.

U: OK, this site is down, so try this one instead...

UniqueDaily.com - The Many Unusual Looking Buildings On Earth


NOVELL: Novell AppArmor
Topic: Technology 11:11 pm EST, Feb 27, 2006

Novell AppArmor is a Linux application security framework included
with SUSE Linux Enterprise
Server that provides mandatory access control for programs, protecting
against the exploitation of software flaws and compromised systems.´┐ŻAppArmor
includes everything you need to provide effective containment for programs
(including those that run as root) to thwart attempted exploits and
even zero-day attacks. AppArmor offers an advanced toolset that largely
automates the development of per-program application security so that
no new expertise is required. Best of all, AppArmor provides all this
at zero-cost software licensing.


Novell leads the AppArmor open source project, providing resources,
technology direction and core development. Novell stands behind this
technology with enterprise-grade support and services.

NOVELL: Novell AppArmor


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