Monthly Archives: April 2014

Infographic Misdirection and Bias Influencing


  When I saw this infographic it instantly┬ástuck me as off. I had to look very closely to discover exactly how it was misleading me. This article is clearly biased in the favor of Google, the info depicted here implies … Continue reading

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Static Library vs Dynamic Linked Library (Lib vs. DLL)


The Kool Aid: “Using dynamic linking instead of static linking offers several advantages. DLLs save memory, reduce swapping, save disk space, upgrade easier, provide after-market support, provide a mechanism to extend the MFC library classes, support multilanguage programs, and ease … Continue reading

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XenoBiology


Back in 1997 I took my first organic chemistry class, and in it we discussed the origins of organic compounds in a primordial soup. Ever since then I’ve had interest in the origins of life, “genetics”, knowledge transmission and of … Continue reading

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