These are pretty cool business cards!
Thursday, 27 September 2012
Thursday, 20 September 2012
Tuesday, 18 September 2012
Monday, 17 September 2012
We would like to invite you to this month's Public Lecture given by Dr. Rob Stockman from the University of Nottingham's School of Chemistry. The lecture will be held in room B01 of the Math and Physics Building at University Park Campus.?
on 20 Sept at 6pm
The talk is titled "From Chemical Weapon to Chemotherapy"
From deadly nightshade to eye surgery and truth drugs; from poison gas to pesticides and cancer therapy; from explosives to treatments for heart disease; from poppy fields to pain relief.?The strange relationship between chemical weapons and medicines and agrochemicals will be explored, with a little history on the development of chemical warfare during the two World Wars included.
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Friday, 14 September 2012
Wednesday, 12 September 2012
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
This is a brilliant little idea. It reminds of something out of Fallout. I know I already have all the parts to this device. But if he could just make one for me I would be eternally grateful.
Monday, 10 September 2012
Wednesday, 5 September 2012
This looks like a nice introduction into building the basics of an OS as well as writing assembly for the ARM processor.
This is definitely something I am going to look at later this evening. Very exciting!
I am really enjoying all the free materials universities keep putting out there at the moment. It's a real boon for me (who most certainly can not afford to go back to uni after the price hikes).
Tuesday, 4 September 2012
The other thing I picked up on was a little reminder to look into the ECMAScript5 stuff. Now I have done a little example of the new properties and how they can have method bodies below...
Ridiculous you say! That can already be achieved! Well, it can to a certain extend but you have very little control over people overriding your object and how you intended it to be used. I was going to go further into this subject but upon looking for supporting information, I found many people had already done a better job of explaining the matter.
Take a peek at this blog and mind that you follow his update for even more interesting little tips....
This looks like an interesting project. I'll keep an eye out when this is available to the public http://www.freedom-engine.com/.
I am always dubious about solutions that offer the ability to work across all of the browsers as I have never seen that working well, I am also interested in how they plan on monetising this for themselves (there's no mention of it). But one must remain optimistic!