Thursday, January 29, 2009

Official Google Notebook Blog: Stopping development on Google Notebook

Official Google Notebook Blog: Stopping development on Google Notebook: "Stopping development on Google Notebook
Wednesday, January 14, 2009 6:30 PM
Posted by Raj Krishnan, Product Manager, Google Notebook

At Google, we're constantly working to innovate and improve our products so people can easily find and manage information. At times though, we have to decide where to focus our efforts and which technologies we expect will yield the most benefit to users in the long run.

Starting next week, we plan to stop active development on Google Notebook. This means we'll no longer be adding features or offer Notebook for new users. But don't fret, we'll continue to maintain service for those of you who've already signed up. As part of this plan, however, we will no longer support the Notebook Extension, but as always users who have already signed up will continue to have access to their data via the web interface at"

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

About the Eclipse Foundation

History of Eclipse

Industry leaders Borland, IBM, MERANT, QNX Software Systems, Rational Software, Red Hat, SuSE, TogetherSoft and Webgain formed the initial Board of Stewards in November 2001. By the end of 2003, this initial consortium had grown to over 80 members.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Skills database management system and method Uday P. Nadkarni

Skills database management system and method Uday P. Nadkarni: "FIELD OF THE The present invention generally management system More specifically to a computer based skills resume provides employers and those on line access to a skills resume BACKGROUND OF THE In traditional employment seeking or a firm offering the services of a vendor submits a resume to a"

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

“By installing Java, you will be able to experience the power of Java”

The Java installer starts off with a dialog box that manages to repeat the word Java six times without really telling you what it is, just that it’s “everywhere.”

People don’t like to read. If you can’t think of anything to say, maybe you should just shut up. This whole damn dialog could read

Java Loves You—Please Wait

without any loss in functionality.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

NEWS EPFL :: Media & Communications

NEWS EPFL :: Media & Communications: "New'smart' materials for the brain

22 December 2008

Research done by scientists in Italy and Switzerland has shown that carbon nanotubes may be the ideal “smart” brain material. Their results, published December 21 in the advance online edition of the journal Nature Nanotechnology, are a promising step forward in the search to find ways to “bypass” faulty brain wiring."

Creating a rogue CA certificate

Creating a rogue CA certificate: "Creating a rogue CA certificate

We have identified a vulnerability in the Internet Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) used to issue digital certificates for secure websites."

NEWS EPFL :: Media & Communications

NEWS EPFL :: Media & Communications: "Independent security researchers in California and researchers at the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in the Netherlands, EPFL in Switzerland, and Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in the Netherlands have found a weakness in the Internet digital certificate infrastructure that allows attackers to forge certificates that are fully trusted by all commonly used web browsers. As a result of this weakness it is possible to impersonate secure websites and email servers and to perform virtually undetectable phishing attacks, implying that visiting secure websites is not as safe as it should be and is believed to be. By presenting their results at the 25C3 security congress in Berlin on the 30th of December, the experts hope to increase the adoption of more secure cryptographic standards on the Internet and therewith increase the safety of the internet."