Web links issue 15
For your further delight and edification online, E&T highlights here a collection of other web resources, should you wish to research more information about topics raised in issue 15 of E&T magazine.
Web’s ‘most-infected’ list too dirty to publish
Software highlights world’s food safety hotspots
Commission issues crash-alert ultimatum
European Commission information sheet on eCall:
Google’s Moon prize
Software tool pinpoints router delays
The LDA research was authored by Ramana Rao Kompella, Kirill Levchenko, Alex C Snoeren, and George Varghese and presented at the SIGCOMM networking conference. It was supported by the National Science Foundation, and Cisco Systems.
If you ask me
Designing offices for the 21st century
We have the technology
What price the Six Million Dollar Man today?
The original circuit bender
Les Paul’s legacy
Les Paul and Mary Ford demonstrate multitrack recording to Alistair Cooke in 1953:
Audio interviews with Ross Snyder: http://recordist.com/ampex/mp3/index.html
Rock’n’roll hall of fame:
Gibson Guitar Corporation's official page:
Open to growth
Many factors are affecting adoption of open-source solutions
Open to question
Open-source? don’t go there.
IET Technical & Professional Network:
A UK exam board chooses open-source
Oil be back
Getting lubrication right is a slippery subject
Manufacturing goes online
Harnessing the social networking idiom of Web 2.0 to revitalise flexible manufacturing
A high-fibre diet
The mind-bending process of making optical fibre
Opening the way to DIY mobiles
The DIY mobile phone – is it myth or reality?
The global engineer
Skiing in Dubai? Why not?