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I Am tRoot

Or 'Better Living Through Digital Signatures'

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How to create mushroom designs on an oscilloscope signal detector using sound

Supply and demand go hand in hand. Where demand exists, supply will meet it. Some people demand they have dinosaur fossils, which leads to the interesting underworld of fossil smuggling. One of the more significant examples in recent memory is the case of…

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Encapsulating Engineering

Not sure it's a good analogy (the "road" thing). The way we write software (C/C++) is very dependent on how the machines work, so there's a lot of interdependency that shouldn't be there in the "stack". The "top" of the current stack is reminding me of ho…

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Five Ways to Detect

Will all these ways of detecting substances continue to coexist? Or do you see some winning or losing?

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Managing Context Options

Completely agree. This will need to be done carefully. -Kevin

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New Synopsys SoC Test Features

What do you think about Synopsys's new test additions?

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VISC Processor Secrets Revealed

Not, and here's why not:
1) The focus is on computation intensive algorithms rather than general purpose.
2) Excessive memory accesses due to speculative execution and RISC ISA.
3) Any new cpu should run at HLL statement abstraction level rather tha…

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Xilinx Divides the World

"In order to truly transcend the hardware/software partitioning problem, an environment was required that was hardware/software agnostic - ..." Agreed, Kevin, and what Xilinx offers is a solution for two classes of problems (and hats off to them). They …

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IoT Ring Theory

Excellent thoughts. While keeping local computation light is obviously a consumer consideration, there's so much crowdsourced data being brought to bear in the decisions - or so the promise is - that the cloud is the only place to do that (CloudSourcing?)…

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Single-Electron Transistors

Are single-electron transistors what our future will look like?

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NASA, the U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin recovery crews aboard the USS Anchorage witnessed the Orion spacecraft as it splashed down in the Pacific Ocean

...after confirming inedibility to postsoviet space hulk of the week, rigorous musical demonstration accompanied by microsattelite fauna.

Interior reported to be filled with lost space tourists' luggage, amazing next-gen fresh orange drink, alien tools…

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