Some slick new architecture plans in India. Look great!
A picture says more than a thousand words. A visualiser, and perhaps a meta search engine, that adds nice eye-candy to your search results. Cool!
Seeking to assess the effect of third-party prayer on patient outcomes, investigators found no evidence for divine intervention. They did, however, detect a possible proof for the power of negative thinking. Patients who were prayed for and knew it experienced a higher rate of postsurgical heart arrhythmias (59 versus 52 percent of unaware subjects).
American Heart Journal Article
Some blogging tips:
Against popular belief, sitting straight may not always be the best choice. A BBC article states that Scottish and Canadian researchers used a new form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to show this. Instead they said that the best position in which to sit at your desk is leaning slightly back, at about 135 degrees.
Are you a Windows command-prompt power user? Console is nice tool that sits on top of the windows command-prompt and adds some funky features and eye-candy; for starters, I love to see the wallpaper in the background rather than a plain colour. Then, there are tabs and transparency options!
Is WS-* the future of enterprise computing? David Hansson thinks not. A very interesting interview by Hansson at InfoQ, the creator of Ruby on Rails, especially his focus on “simplicity” (caution: bit blunt at times). Personally, I think a core subset of WS-* will be part of our future, but likely not all of it.