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Links for 2005-5-9 [May. 10th, 2005|04:09 am]
Brian's BitTorrent FAQ and Guide More than you wanted to know about Bit Torrent.

A virtual world with peer-to-peer style A look at the new p2p virtual world systems in development.

My Job Went to India Forthcoming book about rethinking how you think about your job, you should see your career as a business and have aplan to keep your skills up to date.

Tech: A hostile environment for US Programmers? Some comments on software outsourcing, and the inevitability of the economic trends driving outsourcing. He says, "The right question isn't 'How do we keep programmers employed?' The right question is: 'How do we change the economics of software?'".

Solipsis A peer-to-peer system for a massively multi-participant virtual world

GTD, Life Balance, Lotus Notes, OneNote!!!! Using MS Project as a GTD tool.

Desperate Houseflies Desperate Housewives Parody Satire Spoof

Profiting from obscurity The Economist on the long tail.

The Horror Of British Telecom Mark Hachman just moved to the UK and is having some trials with BT trying to get broadband.

Apocalypse Soon Robert McNamara on why the US should reform its policy on Nuclear weapons.

Women say no to computer games degree How the Derby BSc (hons) computer games programming course so far has not attracted a single female application.

1. Train robots to fight with tactics of your choice 2. Play Using AI research to train your rts units.

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