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The Bay Area part two

On Friday afternoon we arrived to San Francisco. We started the weekend by going out – a bit of a change after a while. We danced in one of the local bars, but were once again dissapointed when all ended at 2 in the morning. But anyway- we had a busy schedule for Saturday.

The Bay Area part one

On the 7th of March we began our way to Sunnyvale, a city in Santa Clara County, which is one of the major cities that make up the Silicon Valley. Our first stop on the way to Sunnyvale was Kramer Junction – one of the largest solar energy generating facilities in the world.

First week of our excursion in the USA - Los Angeles

After a long, long time of preparation, we finally left for the USA on the 1th of March. We left Ljubljana in the early morning hours and so our journey began.

The Original GOOGLE Computer Storage

The development of the Google algorithms was carried on on a variety of Computers, mainly provided by the NSF-DARPA-NASA-funded Digital Library project at Stanford. Click to see the equipment in its laboratory setting on the basement floor of Gates Information Sciences. Crawling the web to obtain its link structure required an enormous amount of storage in comparison with typical student projects at that time. We show here the original storage assembly, containing 10 4 Gigabyte disk drives, giving 40 Gbytes total.

 

Google Releases Preview Version Of Honeycomb SDK, Gives Overview Of Tablet Features

[26. 1. 2011, MobileCrunch] - Android’s answer to the iPad — a software release called Honeycomb — is coming soon. Multiple tablet devices like the Motorola Xoom are on the way, and we’re probably going to see dozens of them by the end of the year. But while the OS is nearly done and Google’s apps are looking great, third party developers still have to optimize their applications for these much bigger screens.

Arduino The Documentary

ArduinoArduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

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