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SolarClock

The SolarClock utilizes a unique design to offer a quick and easy way to know at glance how much time is left until it gets dark or...

March 12, 2015 By GlobeCoDesign

WorldClock Screen Saver

The WorldClock Screen Saver displays a high resolution day/night view of a world map. The day image has been drerived from detailed...

June 24, 2013 By Fulvio Castelli

Windows Server 2008 R2 finally gets its day in the sun

Microsoft officials highlighted the company's wave of enterprise server products during the kick-off keynotes at the company's TechEd Europe conference on November 9. Among this wave is Windows Server 2008 R2 (WS2008R2) -- the server complement to Windows 7, which has a lot of unsung features that could be of interest to IT pros, if only they knew about them, company officials said.

November 9, 2009 by

WorldClock

WorldClock is an attractive and easy to use desktop time utility that includes timezone, timesync, calendar, wallpaper and alarm features....

June 23, 2013 By Fulvio Castelli

JavaStation Reprise?

I just heard a speculation that I hope is untrue: that Oracle is looking at using a Windows Java client in lieu of the ill fated 1990s java station to run its applications in mixed Sun/Windows environments. Somebody please tell me it isn't so!

June 5, 2009 by

Gold nanoparticles purified air in old churches

Chemists from Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia, have found that the air in medieval European churches was purified by gold nanoparticles used to paint their stained glass windows. As said the team leader, 'glaziers in medieval forges were the first nanotechnologists.' [This is not completely true: nanocosmetics were used since the Pharaohs and Renaissance potters also were early nanotechnologists.] Anyway, when the gold nanoparticles are energized by the sun, they are able to destroy air-borne pollutants like volatile organic chemical (VOCs), which may often come from paint. The research team expects that this will help to develop more cost-effective and eco-friendly chemicals at room temperature. But read more...

August 23, 2008 by

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