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Weekly Wrap-up: Zippy Cloud Machines, Will Libya Crisis Shut Down .ly Domains? Hotmail One-Ups Gmail, and More…

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… ReadWrite Sponsors 70% of Local Businesses Use Facebook For MarketingEye-Tracking & User-Testing Made Easy with YouEyeGoogle Gives Advice on Handling Search Rank PenaltiesReadWriteHackReadWriteHack is a resource and guide for developers. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Got an Old Computer? Jolicloud OS Can Now Make it a Zippy Cloud MachineHotmail One-Ups Gmail, Takes Facebook Chat GlobalWhat Happens to .ly Domains When Libya Shuts Down the InternetTwitter Puts the Smack Down on Another Popular App: Whither Twitter as a Platform?Like Windows Phone 7, Bing Gets “Live Tiles” TooMore coverage and analysis from ReadWriteWebCheck Out The ReadWriteWeb iPhone App As well as enabling you to read ReadWriteWeb while on the go or lying on the couch, we’ve made it easy to share ReadWriteWeb posts directly from your iPhone, on Twitter and Facebook using the official ReadWriteWeb iPhone app. You can also follow the RWW team on Twitter, directly from the app. We invite you to download it now from iTunes. Got an Old Computer? Jolicloud OS Can Now Make it a Zippy Cloud MachineGoogle Apps Admins: Use APIs Without Writing CodeTurning Cell Phones into Urban SupercomputersReadWriteBizReadWriteBiz is a resource and guide for small to medium businesses. Crawl Bank Accounts with the Ghost of WesabeCheck Your JavaScript with JSHint, a Fork of Douglas Crockford’s JSLintWhat Data-Mining Apple, Google and Microsoft’s PR RevealsReadWriteMobileReadWriteMobile is dedicated to helping its community understand the strategic business and technical implications of developing mobile applications. Google Cloud Connect: A Microsoft Office Plugin for Syncing with Google DocsUse Python to Manage Enterprise Deployments with FabricIs OSX Lion Server More Evidence That Apple is Gunning for the Enterprise?ReadWriteStartReadWriteStart, sponsored by Microsoft BizSpark, is a resource for startups and entrepreneurs. What Got Buzz at Mobile World Congress?Android Market and Windows Phone 7 Marketplace are Today’s Fastest-Growing App StoresApps Continue to Overtake Mobile Web (Study)Enjoy your weekend everyone!Subscribe to the Weekly Wrap-upYou can subscribe to the Weekly Wrap-up by RSS or by email below.RWW Weekly Wrap-up Email Subscription form:center_img Take An Online Crash Course in Entrepreneurship from The Founder Institute [INVITES]Strategy Roundtable For Entrepreneurs: VCs, Angels, Incubators, Accelerators – What Are You Doing With Your Rejects?ReadWriteCloudReadWriteCloud, sponsored by VMware and Intel, is dedicated to Virtualization and Cloud Computing. Our top story this week was about “zippy cloud machines,” which are not, as I first hoped, personal flying machines. Instead Marshall Kirkpatrick looked at the Jolicloud operating system, which you can now run on computers as old as 10 years. Turning a Dell that’s older than your kids into a usable computer isn’t a jet pack, but it’s still pretty cool.In mobile news, Sarah Perez looked at what you can do if the Windows 7 update bricked your phone. The top location story was about how the designer of Google Images is launching a search engine for hotel rooms. Read on for more to stories.Top Stories of the Week Related Posts Tags:#web#Weekly Wrap-ups LocationDesigner of Google Images Launches Search Engine for Hotel RoomsAugmented Reality Field Trips & the 150th Anniversary of the U.S. Civil WarMore Location coverageMobileWhat To Do if the Windows 7 Update Bricked Your Samsung PhoneA Sneak Peek Into the Future of Beluga: Going Beyond Group MessagingMore Mobile coverageApp StoresApps Outside the App Store: 5 Developments to WatchAndroid Market and Windows Phone 7 Marketplace are Today’s Fastest-Growing App StoresMore App Stores coverageReadWriteEnterpriseReadWriteEnterprise is devoted to enterprise 2.0 and using social software inside organizations. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

Local students to discuss March For Our Lives event this afternoon

first_img Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Ed Lenderman, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsStudents in the San Diego community and around the country will be participating in the March For Our Lives on March 24.The San Diego March for Our Lives is a student-led rally to save student lives.This press conference is meant to provide the media with information about the upcoming march to be held March 24, 2018.Ten students from local schools and colleges will speak about what this rally means to them and will be available for short interviews, immediately following the Press Conference. Local students to discuss March For Our Lives event this afternoon March 15, 2018 Ed Lenderman Posted: March 15, 2018last_img read more

Police seek public help identifying man suspected of burglarizing 10 San Diego

first_img SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Authorities asked the public Thursday for help in identifying a man suspected of burglarizing 10 San Diego-area homes in recent months while dressed in construction worker attire.The thief was clad in a laborer’s vest and safety helmet when he broke into the homes through rear sliding-glass doors and stole cash, jewelry and high-end purses from the victims’ master bedrooms, according to police. The crime spree occurred in Mira Mesa, Poway and Rancho Bernardo between January and this month.One of the burglaries netted him 30 federal savings bonds, which were later cashed in Oceanside and Vista, police said. A surveillance camera in one of the banks where he traded in the notes captured images of him, according to authorities.Anyone with information about the case is asked to call San Diego County Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477 or contact the agency online at sdcrimestoppers.org. Tipsters may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. May 10, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, Updated: 3:34 PM Posted: May 10, 2018center_img KUSI Newsroom Police seek public help identifying man suspected of burglarizing 10 San Diego homes Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Space cannon to shoot payloads into orbit w Video

first_imgSpace gun. Image credit: John Hunter The rocket that thinks it’s a jet (PhysOrg.com) — A physicist has proposed using a 1.1 km (3,600 ft) cannon to deliver cargo into orbit, and says the cost would be around $250 per pound, a massive saving on the $5,000 per pound ($11,000 per kg) it currently costs to make deliveries using a rocket. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Space cannon to shoot payloads into orbit (w/ Video) (2010, January 18) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-01-space-cannon-payloads-orbit-video.html John Hunter, from the company Quicklaunch, which was set up by himself and two other scientists, bases its plans on previous work they carried out at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California. In 1992 Hunter and his colleagues fired a 130 m (425 ft) cannon built to test launch hypersonic engines. Its piston, driven by methane, compressed hydrogen gas that expanded up the barrel of the over-sized gun to shoot the projectile. The Quicklaunch design has replaced the methane piston with a combustion system burning natural gas in a heat exchanger inside a chamber of hydrogen gas. The combustion system heats the hydrogen to 1,430˚C (2,600˚F), which increases the gas pressure by 500%. An operator then opens a valve to allow the hot, pressurized hydrogen into the 1100-meter-long barrel of the gun, where it instantly expands, shooting the projectile out and into space. As soon as the payload has left, an iris at the end of the barrel closes to capture the hydrogen for re-use. Once the projectile is launched, a small rocket engine then boosts the payload into a low-Earth orbit.Hunter calculates the pressure would be sufficient to launch a 450 kg payload at six kilometers per second (13,000 mph). The process would produce 5,000 Gs, and so would only be suitable for rugged payloads such as strengthened satellites and rocket fuel. Hunter said the system could not be used as a people-launcher because a person shot out of the cannon “would probably get compressed to half their size,” causing instant death.Hunter said the heat generated would be short-lived, with the projectile clearing the atmosphere in under 100 seconds. He also said the projectiles may need to be designed so that outer layers could burn off.Hunter’s proposal is to operate the “Quicklauncher” from the ocean near the equator, where the Earth’s faster rotation will help launch payloads into space. The cannon would float, with 490 m (1,600 ft) of it below the surface, where it would be stabilized by ballast. Operators would be able to swivel it as required to deliver the payload into different orbits.Hunter plans to test a 3 meter prototype in a water tank in February, and a full-size cannon could be built within seven years, if Quicklaunch can raise the required $500 million. While this is a sizeable upfront cost, the potential savings in the long term are substantial, because the cannon is reusable. Its use would significantly reduce the cost of keeping the International Space Station in orbit.The proposal was outlined in October in Boston, U.S., at the Space Investment Summit. More information: — Space Investment Summit: spaceinvestmentsummit.com/ Explore further © 2010 PhysOrg.comlast_img read more