Posted May 16, 2009 by twotanks
Categories: FPGA

I am surprised how far General Purpose GPU has come the last year.  One 100 dollar, 2 year old graphics card is beating the pants off of my new 4 core AMD Processor on BLAS and FFT benchmarks.  And it has Python, Java, and Matlab ports!

What a year

Posted February 17, 2009 by twotanks
Categories: Work

Wow I am really lazy.  Still have a job.  Doing something I love.  What a deal.


Work rocks

Posted April 19, 2008 by twotanks
Categories: Work

Wow, the reason I haven’t blogged in a while.  I am lazy.

Work rocks.  Frankly this is my dream job.  Cutting edge science, superiors that let you develop/engineer your most cutting edge ideas, and I am only 27.  What a great time to be an engineer.

Freenet Peers

Posted December 4, 2007 by twotanks
Categories: Work

Just installed Freenet, and looking for some peers.  Anyone want to volunteer?

Ubuntu 64 bit is awesome!

Posted October 19, 2007 by twotanks
Categories: Uncategorized

I tried to go 64 bit only when fiesty came out. No could do.

Gibbon is down right awesome. I haven’t installed “every” program I use, but it is miles ahead of 64 bit feisty. A keeper for sure.

Well done!!

Would Walmart by Ebay for its credit cards/Paypal?

Posted October 11, 2007 by twotanks
Categories: Uncategorized

Something Cramer said tonight sparked my interest…

Google search result critique

Posted August 10, 2007 by twotanks
Categories: Uncategorized

I use Google pretty extensively for my research at work (100+ searches a day).  I have noticed lately that a lot of the first page items are patents.  This is crap to me, and has driven me to put -patents in the search every time I search to make sure I don’t get patents in the results.

Google, if you are reading, please fix this.