Sites that I found interesting for April 30th 2009

Here are a few helpful links regarding the Swine Flu.

Google Swine Flu Heat Map: http://is.gd/uxcZ
World Health Organization: http://www.who.int/csr/disease/swineflu/en/index.html
The CDC’s official page on Swine Flu
2009 Swine Flu Outbreak Wikipedia page
Google.org’s Flu Trends page

Except from the Google Heat Map

Purple marker is confirmed or probable
Pink marker is suspect
Yellow marker is negative
Fatal cases have no dot

 
View H1N1 Swine Flu in a larger map

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Sites that I found interesting for April 28th 2009

  • Amazon Buys e-Book App Maker – Amazon has acquired iPhone e-book application maker Lexcycle, citing the need for continued innovation in the e-book reader market.
  • More Windows 7 XP Mode questions and more Microsoft answers – Over the past few days — since word of Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual PC went public — Microsoft has provided so far only the barest of details about its planned Virtual XP Mode functionality for Windows 7. Slowly but surely the company has started releasing additional details.
  • GE Demos 500GB Disc Technology – GE announced yesterday its scientists had discovered a way to fit 500GB on a single DVD-sized disc.

Sites that I found interesting for April 24th 2009 through April 27th 2009:

Sites that I found interesting for April 19th 2009 through April 21st 2009:

  • D-Link Launches Ethernet-To-Coax Bridge – D-Link shipped a network bridge that turns a coaxial-cable outlet in a home into an Ethernet port without interfering with normal cable-TV service. HD MediaBridge Starter Kit (DXN-221) is positioned as a way to connect Ethernet-equipped devices, such as DVRs and the Slingbox, to the Internet in homes that lack wired-Ethernet outlets but are equipped with cable-TV outlets. The kit can also be used to connect the Xbox 360, PlayStation3 or Nintendo Wii to the Internet, the company said
  • Oracle To Acquire Sun Microsystems For $7.4 Billion – Larry Ellison swoops in to buy out server and software maker in the wake of Sun's failed talks with IBM.
  • Eye-Fi Advisory – Beware of dead cards.

Sites that I found interesting for April 9th 2009 through April 15th 2009:

  • Evernote + Twitter = Instant Memories – Now you can send your tweets directly into Evernote.
  • MoWeS Portable – CH Software – MoWeS stands for the three letter abbreviation Modular Webserver System and makes it possible, to run a webserver based on Apache, MySQL and PHP from an USB Stick or any other writable media (harddrive, flash cards etc.) without installation under Windows (98 to Vista).
  • 10 Recent Scientifically Solved Mysteries – Epidaurus Theater Acoustics, Crystal Skulls, New England’s Dark Day, Face on Mars, The Barreleye Fish, Solving Checkers, The Unknown Titanic Child, Ancient Tablet Deciphered, Sharks Virgin Birth, Flight of the Bumblebee

Sites that I found interesting for April 2nd 2009 through April 5th 2009:

This week, a coworker gave me this really handy tip. If you do a lot of command line work in Windows, this tip will let you pipe the output of a command line program into the Windows Clipboard. You can then use Windows paste feature to paste the output into Notepad or anywhere else that takes a normal text paste.

Redirecting the command and it’s output is as easy as this:

[command and switches]| clip

So maybe you want all the output of “ipconfig /all”

You would enter this on your command line:

ipconfig /all | clip

This works for other commands too. “Dir | clip” is handy for getting a copy of all the contents in a directory. All of the results of ipconfig get piped into the clipboard, which can then be pasted with a CTRL-V. Sweet! This works in Windows 2003 and higher (no Windows XP). I tested it in Windows 7 and it works there as well.

Tip originally came from: thebackroomtech.com

Sites that I found interesting for March 31st 2009 through April 2nd 2009: