Saturday, December 20, 2008

Lead on! The night is waning fast...

What is Whirlyball? It's awesome.

Syracuse University hired alum, former-NFL player, and Saints offensive coordinate Doug Marrone as their new head football coach - hope springs eternal. You never know when you'll need to know how to cut a pineapple or open a coconut. "I'm making real money now" and other vintage ads from Popular Science. Not a combination I would've considered: meatball gum. has all the resources for sales engineering excellence, including a blog. Not to be outdone, Product Management Challenges has resources and a blog for product managers. Download CAD models to your heart's content from Machine Design's CAD Library. Here's a web site with pages of information about CFD. And if you need CFD consulting, you might check out the folks at STI Technologies. Cross Timbers Middle School's library has its own web site. Next time you can't figure out what to make for dinner, try this bacon cheese log. A brief summary of the top conspiracy theories.

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Raise the stakes this Hanukkah and play Texas No-Limit Dreidel. Webdesigner Depot offers this review of video game design 1990-2008. The March Group is an M&A firm. Spatial announced the availability of 3D Mesh, a new software component for mesh generation and preprocessing. And now for a complete time-waster: Duck Hunt. In case you missed it, Nokia (Trolltech) published a Qt success story about Pointwise. Official web site of DJ BRAT. If programming languages were religions. Autodesk to acquire ALGOR for $34M. Flame is the new cologne with the sweet scent of charbroiled beef from Burger King. Geomagic's Convergence conference will be held 24-26 February 2009 in Savannah. Siemens PLM shipped Femap V10. Popular Mechanics reviews all those fine products you've seen on TV.

...and it is precious time to me.

1 comment:

John said...

Sorry - had to remove the link to the bacon cheese log because other content at that site was too... provocative.