Monthly Archives: March 2006

Eolas Patent will B0rk IE in April

You may or may not heard about the stupid Eolas patent on plugins. They won, and MS will now have to break IE and change the way ActiveX, media and applets load in the browser. Wohoo! We are protecting innovation … Continue reading

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What I learned at Coffe Hour yesterday.

The CS department has a weekly Coffee Hour on Thursdays at 3:30 in the conference room on the third floor. Both students and faculty are invited. It is a very informal setting where you can chat just about anything with … Continue reading

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Banker’s Algorithm

I just found out that I was the only student in class who actually produced a working implementation of Banker’s Algorithm for the OS class. My weekend was totally shot, but I submitted a finished product that was runnable some … Continue reading

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