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Network Neutrality Defenders Quietly Backing Off?

sdt Lawrence Lessig's response (171 comments)

Lessig has a response to this article on his blog. Quote:

Missing from the article, however, is the evidence that my view is a "shift" or "soften[ing]" of earlier views. That's because there isn't any such evidence. My view is the view I have always had -- whether or not it is the view of others in this debate.

more than 5 years ago

(Useful) Stupid Vim Tricks?

sdt Perhaps two of the weirdest: Ctrl-A and Ctrl-X (702 comments)

(in vim only), Ctrl-A and Ctrl-X find the next number on the line starting at the cursor, and then increment or decrement it respectively.

Apart from being weird, these are surprisingly useful sometimes, e.g. toggling "#if 0" to "#if 1"...

more than 5 years ago



Intel Announces Ct Beta Program

sdt sdt writes  |  about 5 years ago

sdt writes "Hot on the heels of Intel's purchase of multicore startups RapidMind and CilkArts, Dr Dobbs reports that Intel has opened up applications to their Ct beta program. Ct is Intel's technology for data-parallel programming and is meant to make writing parallel applications easy while allowing "forward-scaling". There's no word yet on whether Ct will be limited to Intel's hardware only."
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