Briefcases

2nd Gen Tesla: More Memory, Bandwidth, Processing Power

Nvidia today announced its second generation of Tesla floating point accelerators based on the GT200 series of graphics processors. It is the first big upgrade for the company
?s supercomputing product portfolio ? streamlining the offering and introducing double precision support.

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August 20, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The Color of Money — This Bud’s for You, and Your Portfolio

Funny Business — It’s generally believed that the number one product from California’s number one industry isn’t legal. Agriculture remains the Golden State’s biggest business, and some believe marijuana is worth $14 billion. No one really knows for sure. The LEGAL medical marijuana business is estimated by advocates to be worth up to $2 Billion.

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Spitzer’s rise, fall to be published in new book

Not wasting any time! A little more than a month after New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer announced his resignation, Penguin Group imprint Portfolio will be publishing a book about his career “from start to finish,” president and publisher Adrian Zackheim told CNN.

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90% of World Bank Aid Money Consumed By Corruption

Corruption is an endemic problem in bank projects, swallowing unknown but significant chunks from its $30 billion-plus annual portfolio. No less a problem has been the bank staff’s ferocious resistance to anything that might stand in the way of its lending ever more money to projects run by the same governments that tolerate this malfeasance.

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Adam Moran Portfolio: A Year in Photos

Adam Moran travels the world to exclusive zones and shoots with Burton team riders and snowboarder Shaun White, where there is never a shortage of numbing action. But in the action he imbues the artistic: cool lighting, unique angles and ever-evolving techniques to make his photos stand out.

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Spectacular Landscapes From Around World

From photog, Chris Gordaneer. Several pics are genuinely special; mix also includes couple “urban-scapes.” If interested, check out other portfolio on site–on Tanzania; the shots with animals (particularly the lion, near-hidden by terrain) are amazing.

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30 Stunning One-Page Websites You Should See

Who said websites need more than one page ? The one page website can be very effective – especially when used as a portfolio website as they let the site take a back seat and let the work shine through. Here we take a look at some examples of the best one-pagers ?.

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172 Free Investing Courses From Morningstar

“Here’s the best place to sharpen your investing skills and pick up new ones. Whether you’re a novice, an experienced investor, or someplace in-between, we can help you make better investing decisions with knowlege…Choose from 172 different courses on stocks, funds, bonds, and portfolio building and monitoring.”

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PS3 has no advantages over 360, says Peter Moore

“I really don’t know what I would look at there that we’re really missing. I look at the games and I feel really good at where we stand from a portfolio point of view. The online service…there’s nothing really there that I can really point to that I wish we had. The innovation that the Wii is, I’m certainly a big fan of.”

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The Secret to Getting a Lot of Web Design Work

Each week I get two or three requests for design work. They come sometimes from contacts, but more often than not they come from random people. Sometimes they even come from web-famous people or well-known companies. What is interesting about this though is that I no longer freelance, advertise for work or even have a portfolio….

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