Saturday, May 9, 2009

Believe none of what you hear...

Try this self-test for swine flu at The 4Es of marketing, and again. Pandora internet radio is much less work than How much sugar is in that? Create photos in the tilt-shift style. Blue Origin is going to outer space. Wolfram|Alpha promises a leap forward in natural language queries and knowledge synthesis. How to make a booger ball. Read about Alamofire and their new iPhone virtual souvenir app, Gowalla. Do your charting online with Chartle. Share data with others at and Many Eyes and Swivel, iCharts, Trendrr, widgenie, Track-n-Graph, Timetric.

Zeus Numerix offers galleries featuring their full aircraft simulations. Aviso Wind is extensible software for visualization of simulation data.The CAE Linux portal has all sorts of tutorials for learning CFD and Salome. Prof. Sankar at Georgia Tech provides a Fortran program for generating O-grids. The University of Manchester's CFD group has a wiki including tutorials for Code_Saturne. Njouba helped me find a lot of PDF documents about Star-CCM. Six years ago, Ben Kirk at U.T. Austin gave a presentation on Tools for Computational Grids, including Gridgen. Machine Design dispells CFD myths. Austrian company CAE Software Solutions offers their Spider meshing software and a few case studies.

Generate your own image mosaics. ACUSIM joined Altair's Hyperworks Community. How to surf the web anonymously is one of the 64 things every geek should know. They were invented in 1881 and 9 other things you didn't know about emoticons. More social media from Yammer. I played contrabass clarinet in high school because it was there.

...and only half of what you see.

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