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Four short links: 18 May 2013
grade point averages, Moscone Center, compiler infrastructure, gspro
The Most Innovative Employees at Google Aren't Stanford/MIT grads with Perfect S ... -- Rather, based on extensive surveys of its work force and performance data, Google discovered that its most innovative workers are those who have a strong sense of mission about their work and who also feel that they have much personal autonomy.
Welcome to Google Island | Gadget Lab | Wired.com -- I awoke aboard a boat, just before daybreak, which was weird. The last thing I remembered was being in San Franciscos Moscone Center, wrapping up a four-hour Google I/O keynote liveblogging session . My last recollection was of Google CEO Larry Page taking questions from the audience and promoting a vision of a utopia where society could be free to innovate and experiment, unencumbered by government regulations or social norms. They told us where they lived and where they wanted to go so that we could deliver a more immersive map that better anticipated what they wanted to doit let us very literally tell people what they should do today. As people began to see how very useful Google Now was, they began to give us even more information. Sure, Google Now could tell you what to do. Keep in mind that for now at least, Google Being is just a developer product.
cheats - How do GameShark codes work? - Arqade -- With Conditionals, the CodeHander reads the value at the code's address and compares it to the value in the code. Since these ROM chips contain the game, sometimes we use the terms "game program" and "ROM" interchangeably. (Literally - this is why they attach to the cartridge in the way they do.) In most cases, when the console asks the ROM what to do next, the cheat device simply passes that request on to the ROM, the ROM answers, and the game plays normally.
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