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Hello Denmark!

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A big hello to today’s visitor from Ballerup, Denmark, who stayed a while. Visitor locations this week: And for the last six months: I feel quite popular: I just fixed a bug that has caused significant undercounting since an upgrade clobbered my theme amendments. We’ll see where we are in six months…

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Signal gripes mount over new iPhone

Apple’s new 3G iPhone sees problems with signal quality. Experts speculate that the problem may be the new Infineon chipset. Apple and network operators remain silent. And I’m rather glad I still have the old model. read more | digg story

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Google charts

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This URL: http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?cht=t&chtm=europe&chs=440×220&chd=s:az&chld=GBFR&chco=777777,00ff00,0000ff Generates this: Too easy for words! Venn diagrams: http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?cht=v&chs=200×100&chd=t:100,80,80,30,40,20,10 More here.


Coskata: next generation ethanol?

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Try searching Digg for biofuel: it’s not encouraging, but Coskata may be: Coskata is a biology-based renewable energy company. Our technology enables the low-cost production of ethanol from a wide variety of input material including biomass, municipal solid waste and other carbonaceous material. Using proprietary microorganisms and patented bioreactor designs, we will produce ethanol for under US$1.00 per gallon.

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Visitor locations, 3 months to March 08

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Google’s analytics tool is superb: it turns out my readers are mostly in Oxford and London. Thanks for keeping in touch!

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Princeton: How to steal votes with Diebold voting machines.

According to Princeton University, Diebold voting machines are vulnerable to malicious software that can corrupt an election without leaving any evidence.

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Nanosolar reckon solar power can now be cheaper than coal: Their PowerSheet cells contrast the current solar technology systems by reducing the cost of production from $3 a watt to a mere 30 cents per watt. This makes, for the first time in history, solar power cheaper than burning coal. Some old news in the Telegraph too.

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