I won’t do this too often, but two things I saw today that were interesting:
- An Ars Techncia article on Larrabee, Intel’s new graphics architecture. Kind of scary they say “micro-OS” instead of “firmware”…is my next graphics card going to be running Linux? Regardless, Ars Technica has a well-deserved place in my feed reader.
- This thread on the Clojure group by a guy who wrote a DSL and compiler targeting Excel spreadsheets, originally in Ruby and now in Clojure. This is one of those things that remind me how different the day to day life of other programmers is from mine.