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Friday, September 28, 2012

$99 Parallella supercomputer appears on Kickstarter – Computer Chips & Hardware Technology | Geek.com

This could be a True Break Through in Parallel Computing!!!:)

Don

$99 Parallella supercomputer appears on Kickstarter

Sep. 28, 2012 (8:29 am) By:

The launch of the Raspberry Pi has been a huge success story, and promises to get cheap computers into the hands of kids and hobbyists around the world. But it has also had another effect–it has inspired others to look into alternative methods of developing cheap computing platforms.

One company taking inspiration from the Raspberry Pi Foundation is Adapteva, which focuses on semiconductor technology and has developed a very efficient multicore microprocessor architecture. Now they intend to use that architecture to offer up a $99 supercomputer with the help of Kickstarter.

The project is called Parallella, with the main aim being to make parallel computing open and accessible to everyone at a very cheap price point. Adapteva intends to do this by using its Epiphany RISC processors, which promise up to 45GHz of CPU performance using only 5 Watts and fitting on a board the size of a credit card.

The Parallella computer itself combines the "Epiphany Multicore Accelerator" consisting of 16 or 64 cores, with a dual-core ARM A9 processor, 1GB RAM, MicroSD, USB 2.0, HDMI, Ethernet, and Ubuntu Linux. It's also a completely open platform, meaning everything is open source including the architecture and the SDK.

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http://www.geek.com/articles/chips/99-parallella-supercomputer-appears-on-kickstarter-20120928/

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Surprise at the GoDaddy outage? Vulnerable networks are ticking bombs | TechRepublic

This is a good Article about Cloud and Internet In-Security...

Don

Surprise at the GoDaddy outage? Vulnerable networks are ticking bombs

Takeaway: Bob Eisenhardt sees the GoDaddy outage as the tip of iceberg for vulnerable networks from banks to infrastructure. His take is pessimistic. Do you disagree?

It was hard to imagine — the total collapse of the GoDaddy service for six hours on September 12, 2012 by an outside attacker (perhaps) — a single hacker associated, (perhaps) with Anonymous. The CEO of GoDaddy promptly indicated it was caused, rather, by a “series of internal network events that corrupted router data tables.” The stories are bad no matter which version you pick. Accompanying this failure was the thousands of small business websites that produce genuine commerce also collapsed. (One customer was out $50,000). With those failures, an untold amount of raw data also was put, potentially, at severe risk of security theft. With theft can easily follow lawsuits and lawyers get rich.

The GoDaddy incident could be viewed as a staggering breach of web-based commerce, and Steve Wozniak has it precisely correct when the guru-savant of Apple predicted the security risks of storing data “in” the cloud. A partner of mine (a certified BCP/DR planner) feels precisely the same way about the inherent dangers of cloud-based storage. The list of consequences is actually endless if you ponder the imponderables of it all.

The precise cause of the GoDaddy attack remains vague for, obviously, the hacker (or as Cliff Stoll might say, a piece of human slime) is not going to reveal his methods or, worse, location, though doubtless the IP security trace is after his data packets. Anonymous rarely takes credit for attacks it does not commit but the stories on the GoDaddy account do not add up under verification. Thus the internal network story gains credibility or at least makes for better PR. It is far better to admit it’s an internal error than an external invasion which frightens everybody away.

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http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/security/surprise-at-the-godaddy-outage-vulnerable-networks-are-ticking-bombs/8463?tag=nl.e036&s_cid=e036

Godaddy.com Hosted Sites and Domain Names that use Godaddy DNS and or Forwarding Services Were Down Today 09-10-12

Well, the Big Web News Today (09-10-12). Is, that Many Godaddy.com Hosted Sites and Domain Names that use Godaddy DNS and or Forwarding Services Were Down!:O  (See, Links at end of Post for more info). I have 4 Domain Names Registered with Godaddy. But I Host my Web Sites on my own Server. I use a couple of Free Web Site Monitoring Services to let me know the Status of my Web Sites. I Don't use Godaddy's Web Servers. Just for my Domain Names and DNS Forwarding. I received several e-mail notices that my Sites were Down and then Back up Today.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Safety Alerts for Human Medical Products - H & P Industries Povidone Iodine Swabsticks, Prep Solutions, Scrub Solutions, and Prep Gel: Recall - Inadequate Microbial Testing

H & P Industries Povidone Iodine Swabsticks, Prep Solutions, Scrub Solutions, and Prep Gel: Recall - Inadequate Microbial Testing

 

Multiple brands affected - listed below

[UPDATED 09/25/2012] Custom Medical Specialties, Inc., Custom HSG Tray, Hysteroscopic Sterilization Pack, Custom Vein Tray, Custom Amnio Tray, Fox Chase Specials Pack, Abington Radiology Drainage Pack, Custom CT Biopsy Tray, HSG Tray, Custom Myelogram Tray, and Hysteroscopy Sterile Procedure Kit. Class 1 Recall. The custom surgical kits contain Povidone Iodine Prep solution that had previously been recalled by H & P Industries, Inc. The manufacturer did not conduct any microbial testing and the products did not meet proper finished specifications. These products may cause serious adverse health consequences, including death. See the Recall Notice for a listing of affected brand names and lot numbers.

 

[Posted 08/27/2011]

AUDIENCE: Pharmacy, Consumer, Risk Manager

ISSUE: H & P Industries and FDA notified health professionals and the public of a recall of all lots (lots beginning with 8J-8M, 9A-9M, 0A-0M, 1A-1C) of Povidone Iodine Swabsticks, Prep Solutions, Scrub Solutions, and Prep Gel. H & P Industries, Inc. manufactured these Povidone Iodine products without having in place a system for microbial testing at the time of release, without having a system for testing of incoming components, and without having procedures designed and established to prevent objectionable microorganisms in these drug products. Patients undergoing medical and surgical procedures, including those who are immunocompromised, have a high risk of infection from antiseptic surgical preparations that have been prepared, packaged, or held under insanitary conditions. This recall has been initiated at the request of FDA.

BACKGROUND: Povidone Iodine Swabsticks, Povidone Iodine Prep Solutions, Povidone Iodine Scrub Solutions, and Povidone Iodine Prep Gel are labeled as an antiseptic for preparation of the skin prior to surgery, and are used to prevent infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns. The Povidone Iodine Scrub solutions are labeled also for use as a surgical hand scrub for health care professionals. The Povidone Iodine products were distributed nationwide to healthcare customers. The swabsticks are packaged in individual packets of 1 or 3 swabs and the Prep Solution, Scrub Solution and Prep Gel are sold in bottles.

RECOMMENDATION: Specific customers distributing the product and selling it at the wholesale and hospital level are being notified by e-mail with instructions on how to return the product. Consumers that have any of these types of products in their possession should not use the product and should return it to the place it was purchased.

Healthcare professionals and patients are encouraged to report adverse events or side effects related to the use of these products to the FDA's MedWatch Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program:

  • Complete and submit the report Online: www.fda.gov/MedWatch/report.htm
  • Download form or call 1-800-332-1088 to request a reporting form, then complete and return to the address on the pre-addressed form, or submit by fax to 1-800-FDA-0178
 
[09/25/2012 - Recall Notice - FDA] 
[08/24/2011 - Press Release - H&P Industries, Inc]


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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Japanese Scientists Create Touchable Holograms - YouTube

This really looks like a True Break Though in Technology!:) And if it takes off any time soon. Notice, this Video was uploaded in 2009. But, it does take time to "Get New Tech to Market". And if it does work well and takes off. Then, I'm sure it will be used for some Great and Not so Great Applications...

Don

Japanese Scientists Create Touchable Holograms




Video Link...
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Japanese Scientists Create Touchable Holograms

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Researchers at Tokyo University have come up with a technology that is a first and significant step away from the mouse and keyboard touchable holograms.

[Hiroyuki Shinoda, Professor, Tokyo University]:
"Up until now, holography has been for the eyes only, and if you'd try to touch it, your hand would go right through. But now we have a technology that also adds the sensation of touch to holograms."

The technology consists of software that uses ultrasonic waves to create pressure on the hand of a user touching the projected hologram.

Researchers are using two Wiimotes from Nintendos Wii gaming system to track a users hand.

The technology was introduced at SIGGRAPH, an annual computer graphics conference, and has so far only been tested with relatively simple objects.

But its inventors have big plans for touchable holograms in the future.

[Hiroyuki Shinoda, Professor, Tokyo University]:
"For example, it's been shown that in hospitals, there can be contamination between people due to objects that are touched communally. But if you can change the switches and such into a virtual switch, then you no longer have worry about touch contamination. This is one application that's quite easy to see."

Touchable holograms could be used for a wide variety of things... everything from light switches to books with each appearing when needed, and then disappearing when not.

And holograms could replace the need for making new interfaces for technology, since they could be changed without having to make a new physical product.

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Friday, September 14, 2012

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My Blue LED Helmet

by Brian Cardellini




Video Link...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=9UPH-8tRQ8Q

From Video Comments...
Yeah, it's for costume only. I built it to wear at Burning Man. For protection you'd be better off wearing no helmet than wearing this. I carved out most of the Styrofoam to fit all the electronics in, and there's a thick metal battery back right behind your skull. And it'd be even worse for street bike use because blue lights are a DOT no-no and it'll distract all the drivers you're hoping don't run into you.









 



This is a very well done Project and I love the visuals and the editing work in this video too!:) Looks to me like, you could add wireless control and have one of these change colors and turn on certain lights when you hit the breaks on your bike. I know... there would have to be considerable changes to make it safe for Riding...

Don

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NASA'S Opportunity Rover, older brother to the Curiosity Sends Back a new Pic. Is it a Breakthrough Discovery about Former "Life on Mars"? Or is it just another Pic of "Blue Barrie's" on Mars?. Looks like that Depends on Which Scientific Camp you Believe... Or Time Will Tell...

Don

September 14, 2012

Image of the Day: Blue Spheres Found at Mars' Crater --Were They Shaped by Microbial Life?

 

          

 

A discovery at The University of Western Australia that microbes helped shape rare spheres of iron-oxide on Earth may aid the newly landed Curiosity Rover in its search for the first verifiable signs of extra-terrestrial life in similar rocks on Mars. The spherical iron-oxide concretions shown above - dubbed "blueberries" - were first found on Mars in 2004 by an earlier NASA robotic probe - Opportunity Rover - providing some of the first evidence for liquid water on Mars.

Earth-based analogues for these "blueberries" are found in the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone near the Colorado River, Utah, where the concretions range in size from small marbles to cannonballs and consist of a hard shell of iron oxide surrounding a softer sandy interior. Previous theories suggested these concretions were formed by simple chemical reactions without the help of life.

However, new UWA research shows clear evidence that microbes were essential in their formation. This raises the possibility that Martian "blueberries" may not only reveal that water was present on Mars - but life too. UWA scientists David Wacey and Matt Kilburn used high-resolution NanoSIMS technology at the University's Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis to show clear relationships in the Utah concretions between microbe-like forms and concentrations of biological elements such as carbon and nitrogen.

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Mars 'Blueberries': Iron Baubles Spotted By NASA Opportunity Rover, Suggests Life Existed On Red Planet

The Huffington Post  |  By Posted: Updated: 09/14/2012 8:36 am

It's a question that has plagued scientists for decades: Is there, or has there ever been, life on Mars?

While the answer to that question has often swayed from a slight "maybe" to a definitive "no," the recent discovery of iron 'blueberries' -- small, spherical hematite balls -- by the NASA Opportunity Rover indicates that life may have existed on Mars millions of years ago.

These 'blueberries,' as they have been dubbed, were initially thought to provide evidence of water on Mars, according to LifeScientist. However, researchers from the University of Western Australia and the University of Nebraska found that similar iron-oxide spheres analyzed on Earth are formed by microorganisms. If the same holds true for Mars, the iron 'blueberries' could not have plausibly been created without the existence of microbes on Mars.

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