Archive for July, 2011

Rise Of The Consultants: How To Carry On In The What’s Next Economy

July 29, 2011

According to the CIA World Facebook, the United States is ranked 106 out of 200 countries in unemployment, and with mounting concerns with its growing debt and globalization gobbling up jobs to the East due to their ten-fold lower pay, joblessness to the tune of 10% maybe be here to stay for America. Wherever you […]

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Houston Futures Scanning Hits- 7.28.2011

July 29, 2011

Like it or not, programming runs your life.  It sets your mail.  It pays your checks.  It makes your lights go, green, yellow, red.  How’d it get that way?  Use this to figure it out and see where programming is going to take the 21st century. Graphic Of The History Of Programming Heartbeats power the […]

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Houston Futures Scanning Hits- 7.25.2011

July 25, 2011

The power and knowledge of the universe is still locked to physicist who have not been able to see the Higgs boson, the particle that gives all matter mass as predicted by the Standard Model.  A theory of everything would trigger the unification of why we’re here and how we came to be. Scientists Claim […]

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The Power Of A Living, Breathing Computer Virus: Stuxnet

July 25, 2011

Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus from Patrick Clair on Vimeo. Tweet

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Houston Futures Scanning Hits- 7.23.2011

July 22, 2011

When was the last time you opened up a document and it wasn’t a PDF?  Enter values and be able to change your documents in real time makes computing with worksheets a whole lot sweeter. Manipulate Your Documents With The New “CDF” Graphene has been to be able to conduct electricity well, leaving it a […]

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Houston Futures Scanning Hits- 7.21.2011

July 21, 2011

The creation of artificial parts of the body in biology such as small intestine and the insertion of parts such as the first organ, the trachea, have been all the rage this month.  The brain has been largely untouched, but now Caltech scientists are creating neural pathways that can recall brain patterns, a breakthrough that […]

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