Polyphasic Sleep

Steve Pavlina is running an experiment on Polyphasic Sleep. Okay, this is really cool. He has shifted his sleeping patterns to sleep 6 half-hour naps a day, instead of one 8 hour sleep. How would you...

Joost update

So I eventually got a Joost token to try out the newest product from the folks that brought you Kazaa and Skype. It's a great concept. It is basically a cross between a p2p network and a...
Wireless carriers and mobile phone manufacturers meet in New Orleans this week for CTIA Wireless 2003. They are showing off new flashy phones that are smaller, lighter and have more features than their predecessors. Watch for new products and...
The server move seems to have gone well. All of the websites and domains have moved to the new server, and should be serving up fine. All of the email issues have also been resolved. Our...

A Mighty Fine Web

Scientists at the University of California have created hollow tubes by repeatedly dipping silk from a spiders web into a solution, much like dipping a candle. The coated fibers are then baked, burning away the silk, and causing...

Palm Reading

Palm is running into trouble. As soon as Microsoft updated WindowsCE with PocketPC, Palm should have taken the hint. PalmOS really hasn't changed in years, while PocketPC has moved forward with seamless syncronization and multimedia. It's time for...

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Supersize your WiFi

McDonald's has announced that by the end of the year wireless access will be available in its restaurants in three cities. Fast food customers in Chicago, New York, and a California city to be announced will have access...
A Russian mathematician believes he has solved the Poincaré conjecture, a study of geometrical qualities of objects that do not change when twisted or stretched. If independantly proven by third parties, this would finally verify the theorem originally...

Bye bye Blogger

Joetek.com today adds new features and functionality to your favorite technology journal. Joetek has moved from the ubiquitous Blogger to the full-featured tool MovableType. For you, the reader, you will find a number of new features: -...
Toshiba announced today that they would be discontinuing their production and support of the HD-DVD format, leaving Sony's Blu-Ray format as the "winner". It's nice to have the format war done so that the industry can move on......

MS Bypasses Opteron

So just as Intel puts off the release of its 64-bit processor, Microsoft acknowledges a 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003 that will work on Intel's Itanium processor, but not on AMD's 64-bit Opteron. This is probably due to the...

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