In a time of change, we often do not notice that Δ = ∫δ. Here I am thinking of network bandwidth, and my personal experience of it over a 46 year period.
Posts Tagged ‘operating system’
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My very first post on this blog, in 2008, was to describe how Jmol could be used to illustrate chemical themes by adding 3D models to posts. Many of my subsequent efforts have indeed invoked Jmol. I thought I might review progress since then, with a particular focus on using the new generations of mobile device that have subsequently emerged.
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As a personal retrospective of my use of computers (in chemistry), the Macintosh plays a subtle role. (more…)
Tags: Apple computer, Appletalk, Australia, chemical, copy-editor, ethernet, Eudora, Fibre optic, GBP, hand-drawn chemical diagrams, Historical, IBM, laser printer, Mac OS X, Macintosh, megabit network, mouse pointing device, multigate routers, operating system, Pirelli, Pittsburgh, proper network, Royal Society of Chemistry, stereographics device, telephone negotiation, Tim Berners-Lee, Webster multigate routers, XML
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