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Posted on: Jul, 20th 2010
The vitruvian Bender
Not a lot of time ago has been resumed one of my favourite series, Futurama, realized by Matt Groenning, the creator of the Simpson.
Between the scriptwriters of Futurama are involved several scientist that provides continuously references to the science. In this post I'm going to explain the cryptography used in the series for code some alien inscriptions. Don't miss the rest of "The Futurama code: First part"

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Posted on: May, 14th 2012
Alan Turing
In an epoch in that only were a few mechanic calculators, Alan Turing, was able to define the working, the limits and the possibilities of the computers. He not only was ahead to his epoch, but also to the actual and if had not been suicided, probably he would invented something that would convert the computers in something obsolete. Show more of "Alan Turing: Biography"

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Posted on: Jul, 16th 2010
Source code of a program
At the prior post I risk making some futuristic predictions about the hardware and today I return to take out the crystal ball to do the same with the software. Enter into "Five predictions about the software of the future"

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Posted on: Oct, 14th 2011
blurred image
Adobe has announced that the next version of Photoshop will incorporate a new algorithm to fix images with motion blur. How is possible correct this kind of blur? Don't stop reading the rest of "Algorithm to correct motion blur"

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Posted on: Apr, 21st 2011
Computer easter egg
Often the programmers hide surprises in its programs, hided by key combinations or strange actions. These surprises usually consist in unusual functionalities, credit titles or any other rare thing. The name that recieve these surprises is "easter eggs". Surprise yourself with the rest of "The best easter eggs"

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Posted on: Nov, 19th 2010
Cube of a multidimensional query
The data warehouses or multidimensional databases, are a kind of technology that has constant grow of use in the enterprises in the last years. This isn't strange, because with the techniques of data mining, the enterprises can predict the future, something very important to take decision. Do you want to know how? Don't stop reading the rest of "Data Warehouses and data mining to predict the future"
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