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Philippe Starck dit maintenant que le design est inutile; à la limite est-ce que le marketing est inutile? Imprimer
Écrit par Alain Côté   

Philippe Patrick Stark serait l'un des plus grand designer des temps modernes. Il vire maintenant capot et affirme que le design est inutile !

Le design est souvent associé au marketing donc on pourrait se poser la question suivante; à la limite, le marketing est-il inutile ? Sûrement pas complètement, n'empêche que je trouve depuis longtemps que les sommes consacrées au marketing, au design et à la publicité sont trop importantes par rapport au coût total du produit fini.

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Programmable Logic Made Simple with the MACH64! Imprimer
Écrit par ElectronDoc   
I am an analog engineer, but very interested in CPLDs (complex programmable logic devices), FPGAs and similar technology to design my own chips. I have been buying kits for a year or two now, but they usually have no documentation and are nearly useless. I was searching and found a new programmable logic kit called the MACH64 on the XGamestation site (they make gaming hardware), bought it, just got it yesterday and already I am hooked.
Mis à jour / Last updated ( jeudi, 27 mars 2008 17:38 )
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New Facial Recognition Algorithm Works Wonders Imprimer
Écrit par anonymous   
You can take off that ninja mask now. A new facial-recognition algorithm created by researchers at the University of California at Berkeley and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is able to recognize faces with 90-95 percent accuracy, even if the eyes, nose and mouth are obscured.
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Telia and Cogent split still causing issues. Imprimer
Écrit par anonymous   
Going on 20+ days, a large part of europeans that are using isps routing through TeliaSonera (to sum it up: a lot), are still cut off from many US sites. Very little focus seems to be placed on it from any news site, and the parties involved are downplaying it as if it's not a big deal — while people are experiencing being cut off from entire subnets.

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How the Mainframe Survives Imprimer
Écrit par Hugh Pickens   
In 1991, Stewart Alsop, the editor of InfoWorld predicted that the last mainframe computer would be unplugged by 1996 yet last month, IBM introduced the latest version of its mainframe and mainframe technology remains a large and lucrative business for IBM providing the back-office engines behind the world's financial markets and much of global commerce.
Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:25 )
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Application Monitoring Made Easy with Nagios Imprimer
Écrit par Jar Lyons   
This article is intended to describe a method for generating a maintenance free system level view of the status of your backroom applications without the need to refactor any of your code. The monitoring platform is Nagios (, a popular open source tool that has has been around for years and enjoys a large community.
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Roundtable: The state of open source Imprimer
Écrit par iwjason   
InfoWorld has put together a roundtable discussion on the State of Open Source, including interviews with Bruce Perens, Eric Raymond, Google's Chris DiBona, IBM's Bob Sutor, Microsoft's Sam Ramji (who says MS doesn't compete with open source), and the folks behind open source products and projects Alfresco, EnterpriseDB, Mulesource , Hyperic, Asterisk, and MySQL.
Mis à jour / Last updated ( mercredi, 26 mars 2008 23:29 )
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All about the Great Firewall of China and Us. Imprimer
Écrit par Mactrope   

The Atlantic has an interesting discussion of the Great Firewall of China and how effective it is despite it's holes. The author has fascinating and timely inside technical information but the effective elements are not technical. The system is intentionally unpredictable so people can never be sure where the problem is. No wonder they love Windows. More importantly, no good comes out of chasing the truth so people censor themselves out of fear and sense of futility.

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Bell Canada apparently Throttles Wholesalers Without Notice Imprimer
Écrit par knorthern knight   
Users of the Canadian family-run ISP Teksavvy (which is popular amongst Canadian P2P users precisely because it does *NOT* throttle P2P) have started noticing that Bell Canada is throttling traffic before it reaches wholesale partners.
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Boutique Computer Builders Just Con Artists? Imprimer
Écrit par edborden   
The question was posed in a post over at DVice. I got very interested when the author basically stated that there is no way a person should spend $8K on a gaming computer, no matter what. In fact, he says that if someone is going to be buying that type of hardware, then "doing it themselves saves all sorts of money and lets them get exactly what they want.
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