Here are five stories you might have missed while trying to stick to your New Year’s Resolutions:
- 30 Years of TCP/IP Dominance Began with a Deadline
On January 1st 1983, the ‘old’ Internet (aka ARPANET) shut down connectivity to all hosts running the NCP protocol. That’s right, a total shutoff, a ‘flag’ day where one service just ended. NCP had to die for the modern Internet to be born.
- 2013 IT outlook: Innovation trumps cost-cutting
IT leaders have talked for years about the need to better align IT with the business objectives. Now there’s a sense of urgency.
- 10 Ways To Maximize Your Professional Impact In 2013
The New Year is a propitious time for businesses to re-prioritize their objectives and start afresh with renewed vigor and a clear mission. Setting – and following through on – thoughtful and apposite resolutions is an effective way to maximize results and impact for your company.
- University builds cheap supercomputer with Raspberry Pi and Legos
Inspired by the low-cost computing power of the Raspberry Pi, a team at the University of Southampton has used the ARM-based Linux computer-on-a-board as a building block for a low-cost supercomputer—racked and stacked using Lego blocks. And they’ve published a step-by-step guide for anyone interested in creating their own Raspberry Pi high-performance computing “bramble.”
- How to Leave the Office at 5PM (Really)
Every morning you set a goal to leave the office in time to spend the evening hanging out with your loved ones. And every evening around 5 or 6PM, you look at the mound of not-done work and realize it’s not happening.
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