Amit Singh, creator of MacFUSE, has just released an experimental version of XBinary, which allows the Mac OS X kernel to execute binary types other than Mach-O. Examples of using this include executing ELF binaries, PDP-11, Java jar files, and Windows executables.
A truly prescient clip from Dr. King, 1964.
Ironically tragic or tragically ironic? You decide. Either way, it's not as funny as it was 8 years ago.
Your standard Tetris game, with one twist (because you can't have a Tetris game these days without a twist): the game looks at itself and figures out the piece that is least helpful to you, and then gives you that piece. Awesome.
If you're one of those "no really, I rock at Tetris" people, give it a shot.
Definitely one of my favorite movies of all time.
Interesting idea; place decals of Photoshop windows on top of advertisements. Clever.
His claim to fame? He falls in love with a woman who dies of tuberculosis. Two years after she dies, he exhumes her body from the grave and lives with the corpse for seven more years.
Four researchers at the Department of Food Science spent more than 1,000 hours testing 700 variations on the traditional bacon sandwich.
They tried different types and cuts of bacon, cooking techniques, types of oil and a range of cooking times at different temperatures.
This is science to get behind.
The headlines, they write themselves. At least it's not another Palm Pre post, right?
Long story short: two mutations allowed the virus to take hold in the upper respiratory tract, making it easy both to get infected and infect others.