Wednesday, May 13, 2009

New Pattern Found in Prime Numbers

New Pattern Found in Prime Numbers

( -- Prime numbers have intrigued curious thinkers for centuries. On one hand, prime numbers seem to be randomly distributed among the natural numbers with no other law than that of chance. But on the other hand, the global distribution of primes reveals a remarkably smooth regularity. This combination of randomness and regularity has motivated researchers to search for patterns in the distribution of primes that may eventually shed light on their ultimate nature.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Hackers steal UC Berkeley health records

Hackers steal UC Berkeley health records (click for story)
The database exposed by the breach held information on UC Berkeley's students, alumni and staff, including health insurance information and Social Security numbers, the university said in a statement. The breach lasted from October 9, 2008 to April 9, 2009 (corrected), when campus administrators performing maintenance on the systems detected the intrusion. Early evidence uncovered in the investigation suggests the attack came from overseas and accessed the secured databases by compromising a public Web site run on the same server.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Trent Reznor and Mariqueen Maandig Are Engaged

The NIN singer is off the market and engaged to girlfriend Mariqueen Maandig. One of her bandmates posted a bulletin on the West Indian Girl official website yesterday congratulating the frontwoman on her recent betrothement.

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Roller Town

Roller Town from Glen JM on Vimeo.

Directed by Andrew Bush

Written by Picniceface ( )

"Here it is! The Rollertown Trailer I've been working on FOREVER. It's a short trailer we hope to make into a movie. Hope you guys like it! HUGE THANKS TO ALL WHO WORKED ON IT! WATCH THE CREDITS!"

Directed and edited by Andrew Bush

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Make Firefox the Default Browser (Again) After Installing In

Did Internet Explorer 8 overthrow Firefox as your default browser? Here's how to undo Microsoft's sneaky little coup.

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