From the W3C Press Relaeses W3C to Pursue Improved Web Access in Developing Countries “19 September 2006 — Today, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) invites experts to participate in the “Mobile Web in Developing Countries” Workshop in Bangalore, India, on 5-6 December 2006. Participants will discuss the challenges, requirements, and use cases for mobile… Continue reading W3C to Pursue Improved Web Access in Developing Countries
Nanosolution Halts Bleeding A team of researchers at MIT and the University of Hong Kong have developed a biodegradable liquid that can quickly stop bleeding. Composed of peptides, the liquid self-assembles into a protective nanofiber gel when applied to a wound. Rutledge Ellis-Behnke, research scientist in the department of brain and cognitive sciences at MIT… Continue reading Nanosolution Halts Bleeding
The W3C http://w3.org is having last calls for several documents from two working groups and is asking everyone for there opinons on the following drafts.Anyone intersted should check out the website and view the drafts and make any comments or suggestions. Last Call: CSS3 Paged Media The CSS Working Group has released a Last Call Working… Continue reading W3C Last Calls
Got blog? Will ping. From the Google Blog “Today we’re launching the Google Blog Search Pinging Service, which is a way for individual bloggers and blog platform providers to inform us of content changes. Blogging providers who syndicate RSS/Atom/XML and want to be included in our Blog Search index can now ping us directly. We’ll… Continue reading Got blog? Will ping.
Tesla Electric Car Was surfing by Yahoo the other day and ran accross a video from the 9 spot from Yahoo television featuring an electric sports car called Tesla. After watching the video I understood why this makes sense, the car emits nothing from the tail pipe and burns no fossils fuels, and if your… Continue reading Tesla Electric Car