Exceptional Computer Services, Inc. At Exceptional Computer Services, our motto is “Technology Made Friendly.” Its president, Norman Davie, has been a software developer for over 25 years. At the age of 16, he created software to aid the learning disabled, and then helped in the creation of class scheduling software that was by the local school district. Out of university he worked on self-learning adaptive industrial controls at various engineering firms and then changed interests and began working in the home entertainment field through Electronic Arts. With all this experience he decided to take on the challenge of starting his own company. Even though this executive duties keep him busy, he still continues to go into the field to keep his skills up to date.
You can find him on Twitter as TechCowboy http://ECOMPSERVICES.NET (1033 clicks)
The Telson Spur: A Way Station for Snark Hunters The Telson Spur is a list of links, mainly to academic resources, organized on the theme of necessity vs. contingency in the study of time and evolution (a theme adumbrated in the old debate on the Plurality of Worlds, now the SETI Debate, perhaps first clearly adumbrated in 1788 in Kant's "Critique of Practical Reason," and always implicit in the more recent discussions on the Epic of Evolution). http://snark.org (4726 clicks)
CAAS/ACAS - Home The CAAS publication Society and Science will be posting some of the recent articles obtained from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory addresses the world's most urgent scientific challenges by advancing sustainable energy, protecting human health, and other critical science issues facing today's society.
Founded in 1931, Berkeley Lab's scientific expertise has been recognized with 12 Nobel prizes. http://caas-acascience.org (2132 clicks)