Monthly Archives: February 2013


The Computer That Never Crashes

Everyday computers are ill suited to modeling natural processes such as how neurons work or how bees swarm. This is because they plod along sequentially, executing one instruction at a time. “Nature isn’t like that,” says UCL computer scientist Peter Bentley. “Its processes are distributed, decentralized and probabilistic. And they are fault tolerant, able to heal themselves. A computer should be able to do that.”

2014-05-14T05:31:12-07:00 February 16th, 2013|Categories: Link List|Tags: , |0 Comments

Remove iCal Birthday Reminders

Here a little app I put together using applescript to remove any reminders that are added to your birthday calendar.  I somehow got a reminder on all of them and instead of going through one by one I decided to create this.  Hope this help someone else out.

Kill All Reminders

2014-05-13T23:10:28-07:00 February 15th, 2013|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

The Next Xbox Has Mandatory Kinect, Game-Swapping and New Controllers, According To Leaked Info

The next-generation Xbox—the one that will follow the still-popular Xbox 360—will run multiple games at once, require game installations, and will only work when a much-improved version of the popular but divisive Kinect sensor array is plugged in, according to a source who says he has access to development hardware.

2014-05-14T05:31:13-07:00 February 12th, 2013|Categories: Link List|0 Comments