Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Inc. today announced the "largest-ever" HDTV, the new 82-inch Mitsubishi Alpha Widescreen HDTV.
The new television features 1,080 by 1,920 resolution, Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LcoS) reflective LCD technology, super-high precision optics and "the highest performance digital receiver and processing circuits ever created by Mitsubishi Electric," the company said in a press release. Mitsubishi said the TV would cost about $20,999. [Network World Fusion]
It helps (comedy, at least) to have plutocratic religious fanatics with imperialist ambitions occupying the White House, and "The Daily Show" has been at the forefront in finding a new way to make political humor in the age of Dubya. [Salon]
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ALL triplets in North Korea are being forcibly removed from parents after their birth and dumped in bleak orphanages.
The policy is carried out on the orders of Stalinist dictator Kim Jong-il, who has an irrational belief that a triplet could one day topple his regime. [Victoria Herald Sun]
In Canada, when engineers finish their undergraduate degree, they attend a ceremony referred to as Kipling. Alongside the formal ceremony are the kipling pranks. This year, the Software Engineers at McMaster University designed a life sized Pac-Man board, thus answering the question of whether or not software engineering is in fact engineering. [/.]
The idea that an arbitrary naive human should be able to properly use a given
tool without training or understanding is even more wrong for computing than
it is for other tools (e.g. automobiles, airplanes, guns, power saws).
— Doug Gwyn