December tweets

Standard
  • Mother Nature strikes back: http://bit.ly/7LvM2j
  • “Tepper on track to earn more than $2.5 billion for himself” http://bit.ly/8bgZ5k “scooped up beaten-down bank shares”
  • RT @ccziv: I ❤ @sarahsilverman: http://tinyurl.com/ygd7sfz
  • New Years Resolution Syndrome: http://bit.ly/71loJF
  • “Notable quotables: Is there anything that is not a quotation?” http://bit.ly/5dtNeY
  • The secret meaning of Santa Claus: http://bit.ly/UFCtp
  • “There is no reason not to follow your heart.” http://bit.ly/6SVhDW #photo
  • “peaty wetlands emit about 1.3 billion tonnes of CO2 a year as a result of human activity” http://bit.ly/8ZzUoY
  • “chaotic magnetic fields are ubiquitous in the circuits found in all modern electronic devices” http://bit.ly/4sXp12
  • @notinmy @Scirocco6 Thanks for the RTs!
  • Amazon: http://bit.ly/5WyEn2 “35 multinational companies racing to tap into oil and gas reserves situated in peak biodiversity spots”
  • 2009 Physician Compensation Survey: http://bit.ly/AfVbA USA
  • RT @Scirocco6: One of the most inspirational things I have read in ages. http://sivers.org/trust Now I have something to shoot for
  • RT @buffyjhamilton: The e-book, the e-reader, and the future of reading http://bit.ly/4QZuOO
  • RT @kevinerdman: Fed Court busts atty-client privilege when e-mail sent to employee’s company acct, but gmail OK http://tinyurl.com/ydbw5wc
  • RT @eoinocarroll: Great article in Wired on the scientific method. Title: The Neuroscience of Screwing Up http://bit.ly/7qLALp
  • RT @jsunediger: Matching Teaching Style to Learning Style May Not Help Students – The Chronicle http://bit.ly/5r4riO
  • @raysalemi I wouldn’t be arguing. #eda
  • RT @physorg_physics: Faster, cheaper DNA sequencing method developed http://tw.physorg.com/180531065
  • @raysalemi “That which we call a rose …” Last night I ate Austrailian rain forest “bee vomit” on Lithuanian rye and loved it. #eda
  • @grahambunting The panto according to an American in London: http://bit.ly/80VdkJ
  • “Reading Peoples Faces: Tattoos, dueling scars, and other rational acquisitions” http://bit.ly/5O3Cix
  • “Earths climate is more sensitive to atmospheric CO2 than is discussed in policy circles http://bit.ly/6sPvrL , http://bit.ly/4KR9PL
  • “Illegal Logging Makes Indonesia World’s Third Largest Emitter of Greenhouses Gases” http://bit.ly/tHSiv
  • Indonesia: “Burning Rainforests Release Huge Amounts of Greenhouse Gases” http://bit.ly/7G6Iip
  • Washington Irving and his influence on US Christmas traditions: http://bit.ly/4AtsNk
  • RT @complexdays: FOUR SIDES TO EVERY STORY by Stewart Brand | #climate | #change | http://ff.im/-d86Ka
  • @raysalemi I could agree with that, as long as it’s sincere juice, not theatrical grandstanding.
  • @raysalemi I’m not suggesting that you’re advocating “angry rhetoric”. 🙂 I just meant that as the opposite of “even handed material”.
  • @raysalemi And when they’re given angry rhetoric to read they see the light? That X doesn’t work is not an argument for Y.
  • @raysalemi Yes, many engineers rationalize their prejudice and pretend they’re thinking. But a fight only strengthens that impulse.
  • @raysalemi As my profile says, “Bold happy love can power change.” Or as Ken Kesey said, “Love is just good sense.” http://bit.ly/JwL4O
  • US gov spends 14 times more on nuclear weapons ($50+ billion!) than on energy research. http://bit.ly/aDNiS
  • RT @atomicgurl00: Richard Rhodes: Reducing the nuclear threat http://bit.ly/4UK8Cf
  • RT @sciam: IEA: Energy Revolution Required to Combat Climate Change http://bit.ly/5ClX72
  • RT @BlessedBees: Shining Examples: 10 Bioluminescent Creatures that Glow in Surprising Ways [Slide Show] http://tinyurl.com/y85ly95 #photo
  • RT @DanieRA: Predator drones use less encryption than your TV, DVDs – http://arst.ch/bbd via @arstechnica
  • @raysalemi Frank calm conversation uncovers more technical mistakes than acrimony and rhetoric do.
  • @raysalemi Tone matters. Keep it a purely technical debate, else people perceive it to be a scolding match and tune out.
  • American people want action on greenhouse warming: http://bit.ly/759j2W WashPost-ABC poll
  • RT @physorg_physics: Water droplets shape graphene nanostructures http://tw.physorg.com/180256587
  • RT @waveoffreedom: Earth on track for epic die-off, scientists say http://bit.ly/6KmCRB
  • Cutting down Borneo: http://bit.ly/7Jbnxw “Anyone who destroys orangutan habitat and kills orangutans is my enemy.” http://bit.ly/6PCbhA
  • “That old college lie: Are our colleges teaching well?” http://bit.ly/4oeXrI “No. But here’s how to make them.” #USA
  • RT @atraxis: The US air force’s holiday wish list: 2500 PlayStations http://bit.ly/5STBHM #science
  • RT @dromescu: Copenhagen chaos sets world on track for 3.5 C http://tinyurl.com/yzdfc2l
  • “if you can find the right tone … and if you have … limited competition, its possible to make negative ads work” http://bit.ly/8wyuwH
  • “Three Reasons Why Negative Works for Politics But Not For Actual Advertising” http://bit.ly/4vFTu5
  • @bfuller9 Until the #media show us vivid details of a completely different kind of life (http://bit.ly/n1NVw) it’s just entertainment
  • @bfuller9 Nice looking web page: http://bit.ly/7yWdbV
  • RT @NASA: […] NASA Data Reveal Major Groundwater Loss in California’s Heartland #AGU09 http://tinyurl.com/y9j8too
  • RT @dennisbrophy: IEEE Std. 1800-2009 (SystemVerilog) Ready for Purchase & Download. http://bit.ly/6IeQyO THX to all who m #eda it happen!
  • 4D electron microscopy (http://bit.ly/88wAuL) “real-time, real-space visualization of fleeting changes in the structure of nanoscale matter”
  • Business as usual RT @pdjmoo: #COP15: […] Climate pledges would still mean 3 degree rise: U.N. http://ow.ly/N9p0
  • RT @USCedu: Bacteria dancing the electric slide? Read about electrokinesis in a new study by USC geobiologists: http://ow.ly/Mut0
  • RT @juhalassila: Discover: The Brain: What Is the Speed of Thought? http://bit.ly/6VGvtf
  • RT @ClimaTweets: […] Two new studies point to significant ice melt-driven sea level rise this century: http://bit.ly/8ej6ct
  • RT @yaron_think_ver: The New Economics of Verification – a great article, and very important! http://bit.ly/7uTSzy #EDA #SNPS
  • @bfuller9 In 1996 LA garment industry employed nearly 120K, now only half as many: http://bit.ly/4QzNi8
  • Evidence of memory of time, too RT @KurzweilAINews: Scientists decode memory-forming brain cell conversations: […] http://bit.ly/64IhJM
  • RT @jetlab: NASA Outlines Recent Breakthroughs in Greenhouse Gas Research: […] http://bit.ly/665D3f
  • @pmarriott Just a little non sequitur to keep you guessing.
  • @pmarriott Turing’s explanation of his “imitation game” http://bit.ly/64SvuF begins with the idea of a man pretending to be a woman.
  • @grahambunting What’s changed most about them?
  • @dave_59 If I tweeted about everything I read, they’d be coming at you like a machine gun. Blame my parents who hooked me on phonics.
  • Knowing exactly what youre supposed to be doing: http://bit.ly/4GAXI4
  • Photo: “My life is dry sticks.” http://bit.ly/5p3tYd dormant trees
  • Why you are unlikely to write much explicitly parallel code: http://bit.ly/qmmq4 #EDA
  • RT @harrytheASICguy: RT @cadencedesign: Intel TV Interview: Parallelizing Legacy #EDA Applications (Goering) – http://tinyurl.com/ycb86qz
  • RT @truthout: Climate Change in Hawaii: Caught Between a Rock and a Big Wave: […] http://bit.ly/8RnPJC
  • Why does time fly by faster with each passing year? http://bit.ly/5vslQC
  • “To the extent that Homer’s Troy exists at all, it exists in the imagination, as a site of our deepest dreaming.” http://bit.ly/6d3633
  • RT @newscientist: A UK newspaper today published “100 reasons why global warming is natural”. We take out 50 of them. http://bit.ly/6MpIHJ
  • “The biggest benefit to working on a revolution is that it gives you an insane amount of energy.” http://bit.ly/nLAXU @jonathanmead
  • UCLA computer science: http://bit.ly/6aIj45 2009 annual report @UCLAEngineering
  • RT @shemmady: A friend who runs ASIC design at […] is hiring #SystemVerilog consultants for 3-6 months. Know any? #EDA
  • @shemmady Sorry, Shankar, I do know how to spell your name, but apparently not how to type it! #VMM #EDA
  • RT @sricvc: #VMM 1.2 is here for real, opensource..grab it, read it, use it, http://bit.ly/51oVvj
  • Just in time for the holidays: #VMM 1.2 http://bit.ly/7EEbvz #EDA #SNPS @shenmady
  • @jlgray Maybe Majordomo gets confused by the “JL Gray” and angle brackets vs. just a pure address
  • Deliver us from temptation: http://bit.ly/4QWZnp
  • RT @Carbzero: At Copenhagen global warming conference, alarms on ocean acidification http://bit.ly/59bzsT
  • Brain structure deficit in criminal psychopaths: http://bit.ly/8CFV79
  • What did you X today? http://bit.ly/58YFfI
  • “Early customer conversations” http://bit.ly/5kkgBT “use appreciative inquiry and amplify positive deviance” @skmurphy
  • “Accounting error undermines climate change laws” http://bit.ly/7JL5OT “could lead to the loss of most of the world’s natural forests
  • @PDTiJeremy The underlying need being polymorphism? #SystemVerilog #eda #IEEE
  • @raysalemi @dave_59 may be working on that? http://bit.ly/4yBkq8 #eda #systemverilog
  • RT @hlorenzen: World’s Top Polluter (China) Emerges as Green-Technology Leader http://bit.ly/6Jce7S
  • “color of ambient lighting can influence how wine tastes” http://bit.ly/7yGGKo
  • RT @Earth_News: Guardian: This is bigger than climate change. Itis a battle to redefine humanity http://bit.ly/4WQh8q George Monbiot
  • Not so surprising: http://bit.ly/8J0JlS RT @golan: Octopus Tool Use Especially Surprising. http://bit.ly/8Ry2A6
  • SystemVerilog-201x listening campaign: http://bit.ly/6Z2wDr #eda #IEEE #SystemVerilog
  • “Under the icy north lurks a carbon bomb” http://digg.com/d31Ch2e
  • RT @docgresh: Great article about how difficult children can turn out to be the best adults: http://bit.ly/5iaMG2
  • RT @cadencedesign: [Stan Krolikoski] Discusses #EDA Standards (Richard Goering) – http://tinyurl.com/ybquxzs
  • Jason Zuckerman’s “principle of daily art”: http://digg.com/d31Cl3O @SimianZ
  • RT @stevemeier853: Trend towards flow automation, outcome will be with foundries and #EDA http://bit.ly/4oSalv
  • Rare variant offers clues RT @newscientist: ‘Holes’ in the genomes (http://bit.ly/7aWsbL) of [some] overweight children …
  • RT @newscientist: Homosexual selection: nature bustles with same-sex sex. http://bit.ly/4tySYq Evolutionary puzzle or force for change?
  • RT @COP15_News: Alun Anderson: The Real Victims Of Climate Change Have No Voice In Copenhagen (PHOTOS): … http://bit.ly/4IbKuh #cop15
  • Copyright notice cropped from photo by newspaper, claims it was “inadvertent”: http://bit.ly/5DnkwP
  • @harrytheASICguy “the average data center … for every 1 W of power that is delivered to the servers, 1.5 W are wasted in overhead
  • RT @scoblefaves: socialmediamind: Coping With Criticism – Wall Street Journal: Gary Vaynerchuk … http://url4.eu/vExx
  • RT @G7STUDIOS: The looming crisis in human genetics http://ow.ly/1692nJ
  • RT @petrovdempski: Alien Gases in Our Atmosphere — Berardelli 2009 (1210): 2 — ScienceNOW http://bit.ly/5aN4dA
  • @bfuller9 THX Yes, learning is not a comfortable activity: http://bit.ly/avurs so I41 rarely seek out TRULY challenging viewpoints. Dumb.
  • @ccziv I’d bet the eye-candy covers had little or no connection to the actual stories.
  • How could you get your work done in fewer hours per day? http://bit.ly/7G0lOC
  • RT @bjt_writes: A Starling, Amazing, Fantastic Gallery of Sci Fi Pulp Covers.. http://digg.com/d31CeVq
  • RT @SteveCase: The End Of Hand Crafted Content http://bit.ly/8SD9l3 “The rise of fast food content is upon us, and its going to get ugly”
  • RT @cheeky_geeky: Thought provoking: Why Introverts Can Make The Best Leaders – http://bit.ly/8o79Fn
  • Clown with stars in his eyes: http://bit.ly/5DMRbV Photo. Oddly, there was no line for this kiddie ride.
  • RT @WindyGardener: Ambitious Actions by the States Push US Toward Climate Goals http://bit.ly/8Y9Pli
  • RT @TerraBoquu: Black Carbon in Arctic Russia (Farming & Land Use, Agricultural Burning) @climateprogress http://bit.ly/8qwFUx #warming
  • RT @hoimoon: The Big Idea The Carbon Bathtub National Geographic Magazine http://ow.ly/LnHN
  • Ocean acidification: http://bit.ly/5q9fIZ Lubchenco testimony
  • @skmurphy In an “elevator pitch” article you emphasized “traction” above all else: http://bit.ly/6e3FKg Unconventional or standard advice?
  • RT @EnviroGraffiti: 7 Most Mind-Blowing She-Daredevils in History http://bit.ly/7TpNG1
  • @raysalemi The Orson Welles radio play version: (MP3) http://bit.ly/5dEFpv , (RA) http://bit.ly/7YZoUL , after soup ad and Bible reading
  • @bfuller9 We prefer advice from a confident source: http://bit.ly/137BiC Especially if confirms our own desire/anxiety: http://bit.ly/1OZ3ZG
  • Biofuel w/o biomass deconstruction RT @uclanewsroom: … engineer bacteria to turn carbon dioxide into liquid fuel. http://bit.ly/5vXnJ2
  • Aging is a disease, let’s find the cure: http://bit.ly/4LMKEb #healthspan
  • RT @cindy_tc: Bionic Eye: Artificial retina gives woman limited vision after decades of darkness: http://bit.ly/5UZ3C1
  • Slowing aging by lowering IGF-1 signaling pathway activity protects Alzheimer’s-prone mice: http://digg.com/d31Capf #healthspan
  • Judging your book by its cover: http://bit.ly/7Qpqv8 your spontaneous posture and expression accurately reveal your personality to others
  • “it is fatty food rather than obesity in itself which affects the ability to fight off sepsis” http://digg.com/d31CdC9 “lard-based diet”
  • RT @japerk: First evidence of brain rewiring in children: Reading remediation positively alters brain tissue http://bit.ly/6A6fXx
  • p53 in placozoa RT @newscientist: ‘Guardian of the genome’ found in simplest of organisms http://bit.ly/4n8zNE
  • RT @vardenrhode: Climate control for your desk http://bit.ly/6z23Tc #newscientist
  • RT @newscientist: Deforestation in the Amazon reveals traces of an unknown ancient civilisation http://bit.ly/64byLn
  • RT @asterix: #Climate scientist James Hansen hopes #Copenhagen summit will fail http://ow.ly/KQbm
  • RT @YaleE360: Adoption of efficiency measures could cut U.S. energy use 30 percent by 2030, a new study says. http://bit.ly/4sHw0G
  • RT @climateprogress: Stronger climate policies will create low-carbon jobs worldwide http://bit.ly/7vuPuJ
  • Through-silicon vias (TSV). “What, Why and How” http://bit.ly/65dsv0 , Test Standards: http://bit.ly/8FJR8V #EDA
  • Did lethal warfare drive the evolution of altruism? http://bit.ly/5lLAOz
  • @karenbartleson Or he’s still getting used to the idea: http://bit.ly/4zk0Ty #EDA #46DAC
  • @brian_esl He’ll eventually adapt. http://bit.ly/6YcfMu #EDA
  • RT @physorg_biology: Ovaries must suppress their inner male http://tw.physorg.com/179673591
  • RT @ValleyPR: John Cooley’s #46DAC trip report. http://bit.ly/8WJcnz #EDA
  • Meetings cost a programmer more than they do a manager: http://bit.ly/6T8z3g Paul Graham on “Makers Schedule, Managers Schedule”
  • RT @athenadrakou: … Global average sea level may rise three times faster than the IPCC predictions. http://wp.me/pFdx2-Qw
  • RT @lindsayyoga: Putting the Science of Happiness Into Practice http://bit.ly/5Ll3sR
  • Coal isn’t just dirty, it’s stupidly expensive: RT @SimplEarthMedia: Exposure to Coal Lowers IQ in Newborns http://ow.ly/KAAn
  • RT @Ras7RSS: New skin stem cells surprisingly similar to those found in embryos: … http://url4.eu/uOMQ
  • “in the realm of art the most important characteristic is courage” http://bit.ly/7f1C14
  • RT @valdiskrebs: A final warning from the Arctic – http://bit.ly/7S24Ug
  • @jlgray Probably the same as this http://bit.ly/8Z0mFv but replacing sv-bc with sv-ieee1800
  • RT @amyjokim: The neuroscience of mindfulness http://bit.ly/6iydTp
  • @raysalemi You’ve testified in front of the US Congress?
  • @dennisbrophy says “To be the voice, you must be the body.” http://bit.ly/4r8wlI
  • “Perhaps the best advice for Facebook users? Post with care.” http://bit.ly/6YYqkg New default unprivacy settings.
  • RT @LGM_PR: RT @eetimes: Chinese processor ported to 65-nm, says Synopsys: http://bit.ly/79bIFl #EDA
  • Loongson’s first-pass silicon success on high-performance CPU: http://bit.ly/7SCQDt Synopsys CustomSim #SNPS @LGM_PR #EDA
  • Stay close to the noncustomer: http://bit.ly/3pYRw
  • @jlgray Ultimately it’s all about listening to #EDA users, what they need to get the job done better and faster. #systemverilog
  • RT @JohnBruggeman: #xerox … new silver ink. Experts predict … will spark huge printed electronics growth. http://bit.ly/4JtDeR #EDA
  • @grahambunting http://bit.ly/69R58e
  • @raysalemi @TomatMentor is also the General Chair of DVCon 2010 http://bit.ly/5jQ8r1 #eda
  • “How the city hurts your brain” http://bit.ly/7l7Dc3
  • “Making graphene ultraflat” http://digg.com/d31BI5q
  • “2015: The Death of the #FPGA”? http://bit.ly/5bsjkU #EDA via @alan_gatherer
  • RT @sciencedaily: Entropy alone can create complex crystals from simple shapes; tetrahedra packing record broken: http://bit.ly/5eWb7l
  • RT @rosewing: Ancient Tablets Decoded; Shed Light on Assyrian Empire: Meticulous ancient notetakers http://bit.ly/8MEA91
  • RT @HPCwire: HPCwire Feature: IBM Ponders the Exascale http://bit.ly/5sU5Ke
  • RT @hpcwire: Off The Wire: UC San Diego Experts Calculate How Much Information Americans Consume: http://bit.ly/5wfAGV
  • #46DAC Blog Coverage Roundup http://bit.ly/JoFDq via @skmurphy “Return with us now to those thrilling #eda ys of yesteryear.”
  • RT @amprather: The Psychology of Climate Change Denial: http://digg.com/d31CLsT?t
  • “Radioactive waste hidden in oil and gas production” http://digg.com/d31CFyB radium 226 barely regulated
  • @ValleyPR ??? #46DAC was in July. It’s December now. #EDA
  • RT @sciam: The Psychology of Social Status http://bit.ly/5w96BS
  • “a new representation has to be found representing both hardware and software” http://bit.ly/74aIBD #EDA @fschirrmeister
  • Jonathan Bromley’s SystemVerilog wish list: http://bit.ly/4OFeNr via @bromleyj #EDA
  • @dennisbrophy is blogging http://bit.ly/8KWt87 #EDA
  • RT @gruffdavies: Another great Edge article: Biology (not religion) equals morality. http://bit.ly/8FYlpt
  • Multimedia semantics: http://www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow
  • @RSNikhil http://bit.ly/8MLpho
  • @IanEHarris Maybe the wave doesn’t collapse. http://bit.ly/5hZMfd http://bit.ly/83AWeB
  • @IanEHarris http://bit.ly/7K6pnh Easier starting point.
  • Graphene optoelectronics: http://digg.com/d31BI6D
  • RT @novenator: Bush insiders ‘distorted,’ still ‘influence’ climate debate http://digg.com/d31CDMv #COP15 #co2 on @rawstory
  • RT @SunshineMag: Vintage Magazine Covers with a “Wow Factor”: http://digg.com/d31CEM5?t
  • RT @physorg_tech: Life after silicon: Using exotic materials to help microchips keep improving http://bit.ly/8wKP44 #EDA
  • RT @misslindadee: Copenhagen climate summit in disarray after text leak: http://digg.com/d31CD2L?t @rocketman528
  • RT @misslindadee: Superturbine: Taking Wind Power to New Heights: http://digg.com/d31CDDI?t @rocketman528
  • “What are your painpoints with SystemVerilog ABV adoption?” http://bit.ly/8WqvB9 #EDA
  • @TomAtMentor Need a hash mark in #EDA tag or it won’t show up in searches.
  • RT @yaron_think_ver: >>> What makes a great verification team GREAT ? http://bit.ly/4w72qp #EDA
  • RT @BoraZ: […] 1980 30-year prediction contest: entries finally un-sealed. The Winner: http://tinyurl.com/yahu93s
  • The monsters under your bed are real: http://bit.ly/5xVZXc
  • Why is Christmas celebrated on December 25? http://bit.ly/5HBH2T Not, as youve probably heard, to co-opt pagan holidays such as Saturnalia.
  • “Massive Underground Coal Fire Started in 1962 Still Burning” http://digg.com/d31C7pq
  • “Japanese ready for new C02 economy” http://bit.ly/90dydl “most energy-efficient country” “40% of the world’s patents in green tech
  • The diaries of Sofia Tolstoy: http://digg.com/d31CBF4 Classic color photography from days of czar: http://bit.ly/1T6Scp
  • RT @EduardoCantoral: The Circular Logic of the Universe: http://digg.com/d31CABX?t
  • Is the “potential for language widespread in the animal kingdom”? http://bit.ly/5Vnxkc Parsing the calls of Campbell’s monkeys
  • @dave_59 There are still plenty of green leaves here: http://bit.ly/6zoxYG Best of both worlds
  • @adielkhan Paved With Good Intentions: Examining Lost Design Intent ( http://bit.ly/6fVZrt ) #SNPS #EDA
  • “Earth’s temperature may be 30-50% more sensitive to atmospheric carbon dioxide than has previously been estimated” http://digg.com/d31C4qg
  • Mindfulness: http://bit.ly/7jmdQg “emotional self-regulating tool”
  • @jlgray Those examples highlight Denning’s distinction between invention and innovation. http://bit.ly/Tghly #eda
  • “Corruption in Indonesia threatens forest conservation plans” http://bit.ly/6KHhoz
  • “Renewable-energy investment may climb to […] $200 billion worldwide next year” http://bit.ly/7JJmB7
  • Less than $20 billlion could end Brazil deforestation: http://bit.ly/8u9jUn
  • We need things consumed, burned up, worn out, replaced and discarded at an ever increasing rate. http://digg.com/d31Byas
  • “Canada’s image lies in tatters. It is now to climate what Japan is to whaling” http://digg.com/d31BU9p “corrupt petro-state”
  • @DanielNenni Unlike TV advertising, all of Synopsys synthesis works. Hard data proves it. #EDA isn’t art, it’s Aart (engineering).
  • @jlgray I thought we were just deriving mathematical formulas for quantity, not quality, of output.
  • Time is not a river: http://bit.ly/5wJDOj
  • “It costs about 3.50 to properly dispose of an old CRT monitor in Germany[ …] only 1.50 to stick it on a container ship to Ghana.”
  • “How Europe’s discarded computers are poisoning Africa’s kids” http://digg.com/d31BxpF
  • @jlgray http://bit.ly/6AM86D http://bit.ly/6JDAn0
  • Life after stuff: http://bit.ly/5dQv6h
  • @raysalemi Bryan thinks “#EDA engineers […] pay out the nose” for that software http://bit.ly/wtNDx
  • “Open Source #EDA Dream” http://bit.ly/6AxQLa
  • “Afghanistan and the new great game” http://digg.com/d316ZqK “Prized pipeline route [&] West’s stubborn interest in poor, remote land”
  • “Beware social media snake oil” http://digg.com/d31Bqqy “All the hype may obscure the real potential of these online tools”
  • RT @livetorque: “Time is a created thing. To say ‘I don’t have time,’ is like saying, ‘I don’t want to.'” Laozi
  • “Do You See a Pattern?” Christopher Alexander http://digg.com/d31BfA4 , http://digg.com/d31Bwin
  • “Intel’s Larrabee GPU put on ice” http://bit.ly/6XN4vj
  • @shemmady Book review via @marketingeda http://bit.ly/8ULCuw #EDA #Verification #SoC
  • @dave_59 “A sort of Becket mania spread across Europe, and pictures of him were to be found from Iceland to Palestine.” http://bit.ly/84uZBZ
  • “Under major scrutiny, a project team fights the clock in one of the world’s busiest airports” http://bit.ly/7k9JqW Heathrow Terminal 1
  • Toxo: a parasite that changes mammalian behavior (http://digg.com/d31Bu09) “if you want to overcome some of your inhibitions”
  • @jlgray Bach had 10 children that lived to adulthood, yet was the most prolific of all the great Western composers.
  • RT @HarryAtMentor: I’m excited to be part of the Tom, Dennis & Harry team of Verification Horizons bloggers @ http://bit.ly/6vEuob
  • @jlgray Good when feedback and assistance are the goals. For full thoughts, usually don’t have time/energy to compress http://bit.ly/7DKi3U
  • @jlgray If blog is just a promotional tool. If not, main factor is the urgency of the thoughts in you demanding to be expressed.
  • Taking power analysis to the transistor level for a full chip: http://bit.ly/8dbUY8 #EDA #SNPS
  • “The carbon nanotube race accelerates” http://digg.com/d31Bqkz “Nanocyl builds 400 metric tons per year plant”
  • “Ancient gem-studded teeth show skill of early dentists” http://digg.com/d31BjWm Mexican cosmetic dentistry for men (except royals)
  • @jlgray Here http://bit.ly/6SUVoS Ron answers “What’s it about and why did you write it?” Scroll down.
  • @ThomasHarms For example, high-volume Autodesk has more revenue than Synopsys #EDA
  • “Assessing the relationship between software assertions and code quality” http://bit.ly/63kb0o
  • “Finding heap-bounds for [C-to-gates] hardware synthesis” http://bit.ly/8QtPiJ #EDA
  • Are you trying to make dollars or to make sense? http://bit.ly/591JR3
  • “How our brains build social worlds” http://digg.com/d31BiND
  • Weekly status reports made simple: http://bit.ly/7hkeLK
  • @dennisbrophy RT @karenbartleson: What you haven’t read about the new IEEE-SA corporate member model: http://bit.ly/5toRig #eda #snps
  • Multiple selves: http://bit.ly/8wzvBF
  • “Finding a better way for computers to see” http://bit.ly/8ieplz video
  • “The brutal life of Haiti’s child slaves” http://digg.com/d31Bkd5
  • @dave_59 Dave, what’s your DVCon paper about?
  • Sibelius’s “ties to Nazi Germany come under new scrutiny” http://bit.ly/673s6Q
  • “Sailing alone around the world”: http://bit.ly/7ttdl5
  • @jlgray I think there isn’t and for the interface to pass itself, you’d need to assign it to a virtual interface variable it can see/pass.
  • SVA Handbook, 2nd Edition released: http://bit.ly/5BkacY (via @systemverilog) #EDA
  • “The key to a long life might be having two mothers and no father” http://digg.com/d31BfPv “the importance of epigenetics”
  • “Tightly coupling experimental neuroscience and computer engineering” http://digg.com/d31BiAT screening candidate visual models
  • “Cloud computing for a universe of data” http://digg.com/d31Bgq4 ” (via @NASAnebula)
  • “Intel Shows 48-core x86 Processor as Single-chip Cloud Computer” http://bit.ly/7UJZC4
  • “the worst-case IPCC scenario trajectories (or even worse) are being realized” http://bit.ly/Uqz20
  • “explanation for why increasing CO2 is a significant problem” http://bit.ly/7ysvKR “without relying on climate models”
  • @bfuller9 Maybe comparing their income to friends’ doing business, like days of http://bit.ly/5fY6qr . #semiconductors #eda #embedded
  • @bfuller9 What’s the cause of their deep dissatisfaction with EE profession? #semiconductors #eda #embedded
  • “$3,500 for the first 30 days of a wiretap, and $2,500 for each additional 30 days” http://digg.com/d31BZbH
  • “All around the world, blue whales arent singing like they used to, and scientists have no idea why.” http://digg.com/d31BfVc
  • “one-entity/one-vote model that typically yields standards very quickly” http://bit.ly/8xuAY5 “in about two years, on average” IEEE-SA
  • @grahambunting “should record all communications that have taken place for a year on their network” http://bit.ly/8heJCm
  • “Homeowners have to fight HOAs to install solar panels” http://digg.com/d31BUpN
  • “Where do recycled gadgets really go?” http://digg.com/d31BJF5 To buy something is to throw it away.
  • “Tips For A Startups Early Press Releases” http://bit.ly/54SqYD (via @skmurphy) #EDA
  • “I’d Rather Not Know: The Psychology of Climate Denial” http://digg.com/d31Be3M
  • @jenjarratt http://bit.ly/4HuxY7 My reasons for blogging are here: http://bit.ly/5HDWoO
  • Photo http://bit.ly/ouwfu of tiny orchid species whose “transparent petals are just one cell thick.
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