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July 23, 2009

Welcome to the latest issue of the Developer Shed newsletter!

As always, on our family of websites you'll find plenty of articles to help you expand your toolbox of technological tricks so you can get your job done. On Dev Shed you'll find information on Java and smartphone development, as well as our usual coverage of helpful PHP programming approaches. ASP Free will help you get a handle on programming the message box, making your PowerPoint presentations more interesting with animation, and more.

Web site designers and developers reading Dev Articles this week will learn how to use regular expressions in JavaScript, create an image gallery with Active Client Pages, and much more. Remember, this site publishes articles five days a week, so check back often. So does Dev Hardware,and boy, do we have reviews for you! Cell phones, software, graphics tablets, you name it. Enjoy the variety; we'll do our best to keep it coming.

The SEO professionals reading SEO Chat get some excellent help this week. We show how to use a great online tool for analyzing backlinks; help you develop a content strategy for your website; and even give you the information you need to be more popular at cocktail parties. No, really. If you're just starting to develop a web presence, Dev Mechanic explains why you might want to add user ratings to your site, and shows you how to build a completely free web site.

But wait, there's more. Web Hosters goes into one of the most important issues a company should consider when they decide to host their own web site. Codewalkers reviews Network Magic 5.0. And Scripts and Tutorialized are both overflowing with great content generated by our readers.

As always, thanks for reading. Until next week,
Developer Shed Staff

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Accelerating IVI: The Moblin Project Enables Emerging Mobile Markets

By Tina Gasperson
Trains, planes or automobiles, travel will not ever be the same boring old experience again.
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MiND Over Matter: A Little Device That Does It All

By Alan Zeichick
The Clarion MiND makes me think about the old question, “Is it a dessert topping or a floor wax?”
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Open Source World
Webinar: Using MontaVista Linux on Intel Atom for the Broader Embedded Market |July, 30, 2009, 10am EDT and 1pm PDT| WEBSITE >
Using Intel Atom and Moblin with a commercial Linux vendor’s tools, support and services proves to be a powerful combination across embedded markets. Find out how to get on track.

Open Source World

August 12th-13th, 2009 | Moscone Center, San Jose, CA | WEBSITE >
LinuxWorld Conference & Expo is expanding to become OpenSource World and is co-locating with Next Generation Data Center and CloudWorld to offer an end-to-end view of enterprise technology within the data center.

OSiM World
Sep. 15-16, 2009| Okura Hotel Amsterdam | WEBSITE >
Open Source in Mobile (OSiM) World is the leading community gathering for executives and developers in the open mobile ecosystem.

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September 22-24, 2009 | Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA |
Attend the Intel Developer Forum for global access to technology, ideas, and people who will transform the future of technology and how the world is using it. Registration opens June 17th, 2009. WEBSITE >

 


Stephen Lim, of Linpus, at Moblin Executive Summit, 2009 Computex


Xingguo Shi of Asianux at Moblin Executive Summit, 2009 Computex
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It's edgy! It's irreverent! It's all about technology! It's News You Can't Use,
and you won't want to miss it! View this week's edition to learn the answers to these burning questions:

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Validating Octal and Hexadecimal Values with Filters in PHP 5
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-07-22

As you know, when it comes to validating incoming data, PHP 5 comes bundled with a powerful set of native functions that allow you to perform all sorts of clever validations on a given variable. This includes checking for numeric values, arrays, strings, and objects as well. However, the best feature of the helpful validation capabilities offered by default by PHP 5 is its handy filter extension, even though it has been overlooked by many programmers so far.
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Programming Intuitively with the BlackBerry Browser
by Joe Eitel, 2009-07-21


One of the reasons BlackBerry devices have become so popular is that they are very intuitive to use. As a developer, you will need to make sure the applications you build for BlackBerries fit this model. But how do you build an intuitive app? Keep reading.
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Building Helpers in PHP 5
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-07-20

Tired of repetitive coding for tasks such as generating web site breadcrumbs? PHP 5 provides a number of interesting ways to reuse your code so you can let the boring stuff take care of itself. This eight-part series will show you how to create helpers to take care of repetitive tasks and free up your precious coding time for the real challenges.
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Simulating a BlackBerry Device
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-07-16

Device simulators help developers by letting them get as close as possible to running their applications on the real thing. Fortunately, there are some very good BlackBerry simulators available, which can save developers a great deal of time when creating applications.
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Understanding Object Binding in VBA
by Robert "Nilpo" Dunham, 2009-07-22

Microsoft’s Office products allow you to create powerful macros using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in an object-oriented environment. Much of the power presented by VBA is in its ability to use third-party and COM objects to expand upon the codebase that the environment presents. Unfortunately, this is also a common point of confusion for many VBA developers. Today I'm going to give a little "object lesson" to better help you understand how objects work and the different ways of implementing them in your code.
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Developing Real Time Animation with PowerPoint
by Codex-M, 2009-07-21


Want to dazzle your audience with your presentations? A touch of animation can go a long way toward getting your point across. This article will explain how to do it with one of the most popular pieces of presentation software, Microsoft's PowerPoint.
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Mastering the Message Box
by Robert "Nilpo" Dunham, 2009-07-20

It's not uncommon for programmers to build scripts that communicate with the end user. Whether the script is delivering a notification or asking the user to make a choice, most programmers will turn to the simple message box. But there's more to the message box than meets the eye! From controlling the title bar text and icon to its appearance and behavior, the message box provides many different customizable options. Today we're going to explore all of those options—even the ones you won't find in the MSDN documentation!
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Windows 7 Known Security Flaws
by Kathy Gatto, 2009-07-16

Windows 7 is the most recent operating system to come out of the world of Microsoft. Sure, it is always great to get a new piece of software. The question is; how soon should you get into Windows 7? One of the major factors that will play into that decision is how secure your new operating system will be.
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Case and Negation in JavaScript Regular Expressions
by Chrys Forcha, 2009-07-22

Welcome to the third part of a five-part series that examines the use of regular expressions in JavaScript. In this part, we'll look at the effects of case sensitivity, how to use negation, and more.
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Building an Image Gallery with Active Client Pages
by Chrys Forcha, 2009-07-21


When you have a web page in front of you that is of an image gallery and your Internet connection is slow, you will notice that, when you click a button or link to see the next image, this next image generally takes a long time to appear. If you read this two-part series, visitors to your web site will no longer have to wait a long time for images to appear in their entirety. Thanks to a new technology called Active Client Pages, abbreviated ACP, only the first image or the first set of images will take a long time to appear on the screen.
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EXT JS Working With Live Data
by Dan Wellman, 2009-07-20


In a recent article we looked at the Date-Picker control from the world-class EXT-JS JavaScript library. In this article we're going to be looking at a series of utilities and controls from the library which let you work with live data including the GridPanel, the PagingToolbar and the JsonReader components. These powerful tools can be combined in numerous ways to provide a robust solution to retrieving, formatting and displaying live data.
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Active Client Pages: More Questions and Answers on Chrys`s Approach
by Crysanthus Forcha, 2009-07-17


This is the third part of my series, "Active Client Pages: Chrys's Approach." We continue to learn the roots that give rise to my approach to Active Client Pages. We will also answer more questions about the technique and its capabilities.
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Using the Rule Of Thirds for Web Page Layout
by Alejandro Gervasio, 2009-07-16

Have you ever wanted to expand your web design skills and learn how to make your web sites more aesthetically pleasant to your visitors? You've come to the right place. In this group of articles you'll find a friendly guide that will show you how to create harmonious web page layouts by using two fundamentals concepts taken from graphic design, popularly known as the Golden Ratio (or the Golden Proportion) and the Rule Of Thirds. This is the fourth part of a seven-part series.
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Samsung Exclaim SPH-M550
by wubayou, 2009-07-22

Do you want a cell phone that will inspire envy and comments, but can't afford an iPhone? There are plenty of less expensive options on the market that offer not only bling but a good set of features. Today we'll take a look at the Samsung Exclaim SPH-M550 and see if this inexpensive phone is worth exclaiming about.
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An Overview of Virtualization Solutions
by Tony Antal, 2009-07-21


Currently there are some very powerful software technologies that are capable of changing the way we approach the IT landscape. Virtualization is one of these relatively new technologies that has improved flexibility and productivity. It's made possible thanks to today’s high performance hardware. In this article we are going to explore a few of the virtualization solutions that allow you to run numerous different virtual machines.
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GNS3: Graphical Network Simulator
by Tony Antal, 2009-07-20


We all know that theory without practice, especially in the world of IT and C, isn't very competitive. No matter how much you study from books and tutorials, when the time comes and you need to apply the knowledge you learned, you won't excel right away. Practicing with complex network topologies and high-tech devices is really expensive. As a beginner, you won't really get that much chance to experiment in the real world.
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Online Recycling
by Bruce Coker, 2009-07-17

Millions of toys, gifts and gadgets maintain a place in the hearts of their owners. But at the same time, others are lying around in cupboards and corners, unloved and uncared for. Which is where the Internet comes in. What better way could there be to alleviate the guilt of looking at an unwanted present every morning than to pass it along to somebody who really wants it? This article will discuss online options for recycling your electronics and other no-longer-loved items.
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Graphics Tablets Compared
by Bruce Coker, 2009-07-16

One of the most useful accessories that can be added to a personal computer setup is a graphics tablet. These devices allow you to put aside your mouse and use a pen-like stylus instead, with which you can draw and write with naturalistic hand movements, as well as carry out all the usual pointing and clicking tasks. These capabilities are especially useful for artistic and graphics professionals, but they can profoundly change the way that almost anybody interacts with a computer. However, not all graphics tablets are created equal. They vary greatly in terms of quality, features, support, and of course price. In this article I will discuss what to look for when choosing a graphics tablet, and compare some of the most popular models on the current market.
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SEO for the Clueless
by Terri Wells, 2009-07-22

Any occupation boasts particular practices, principles, and jargon that appear totally opaque to those not in the know. Search engine optimization is no exception. If you're clueless about SEO, or find as an SEO that you sometimes need to explain what you do, and why, to clients or at cocktail parties, keep reading.
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Content Strategy
by Ivan Strouchliak, 2009-07-21

You know how important it is to have good content on your site. But you also know how difficult it is to get the kind of content that keeps your visitors coming back for more. This article will help you develop content that inspires a loyal following.
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Analyzing Inbound Links Using BacklinkWatch Data by Codex-M, 2009-07-20

Concerned that your competitors are ahead of you in the search engine results pages because they boast more backlinks than you do? This article will show you how to find out the truth with a free online backlink tool; it will also show you how to use that data in your own SEO campaigns.
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Hosting Your Own Website: Reliability
by Joe Eitel, 2009-07-22

One of the largest issues for anyone who is considering moving their website to their own server is the reliability of hosting your own website. When you are working with a professional web host, chances are that they have numerous technologies in place to prevent their websites from going down for any extended period of time. When you are working with your own server, you do not automatically have that kind of protection.
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Introduction to Hosting Websites
by Joe Eitel, 2009-07-15

Have you considered hosting your own website? It's not unusual for a company to decide that this might be the way to go, but if you do, make sure you're doing it for the right reasons. This three-part article series shows you the ramifications of this decision and explains everything you must consider if and when you take the plunge.
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Web Hosting 101
by Joe Eitel, 2009-07-08

Microsoft recently released a statement that verified what we've all known to be true: the Web is the future of commerce, education, and communication. The commerce portion of that statement is of the utmost importance for those who are running a business during this difficult financial time. If you're running a small, fledgling business that has - or hopes to have - any kind of online presence, choosing a web hosting service is literally one of the most crucial decisions you will ever make.
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Check out the amazing tutorials from IBM developerWorks and see what all the buzz is about!

WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
Manage, govern, and share services across your organization by using WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. Follow the hands-on exercises to learn how to navigate the Web interface to publish, find, reuse, and update services.

Building JavaScript applications with JSEclipse
Using JSEclipse, JavaScript programmers now have their own Eclipse plug-in that provides many important features to aid in the development of JavaScript applications. JSEclipse gives JavaScript developers the same ease of use that Eclipse has been providing in the Java language and others for years. Learn to use this tool, while creating a colony of evolving "creatures" on your page.

Learn how to install and use the Rational Asset Manager Eclipse client
In this tutorial, you can learn how to install and configure the IBM Rational Asset Manager Eclipse client, explore the different views in the Asset Management perspective, learn various search techniques, work with existing assets, and submit a new asset.

Improve your build process with IBM Rational Build Forge, Part 1: Create a continuous build and integration environment
Learn how to implement a build management system that uses and extends your existing automation technologies. This tutorial shows, step-by-step, how to install and configure IBM Rational Build Forge to manage builds for Jakarta Tomcat from source code.

Build Web services with transport-level security using Rational Application Developer V7, Part 1: Build Web services and Web services clients
Build secure Web services with transport-level security using IBM Rational Application Developer V7 and IBM WebSphere Application Server V6.1. Follow this three-part series for step-by-step instructions about how to develop Web services and clients, configure HTTP basic authentication, and configure HTTP over SSL (HTTPS). This first part of the series walks you through building a Web service for a simple calculator application. You generate and test two different types of Web services clients: a Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) client and a stand-alone Java client. You also handle user-defined exceptions in Web services.

Test terminal-based applications with Rational Functional Tester
Regression testing -- in which code is thoroughly tested to ensure that changes have not produced unexpected results -- is an important part of any development process. But many testing environments neglect the terminal-based applications that still form the backbone of many industries. In this tutorial, you'll learn how the Rational Functional Tester Extension for Terminal-Based Applications works with other Rational Functional Tester to help test terminal-based applications quickly and easily.

Improve your build process with IBM Rational Build Forge,
Part 2: Automate builds for a real-world Tomcat project

Learn how Rational Build Forge can extend a simple compile and package build process by adding customization and deployment capability. Go from a manual method to automating: checking for code changes; getting the latest source; compiling and packaging; customizing; copying to and restarting a deployment server; and sending e-mail notification that a new version is available.

NEW! Application development for the OLPC laptop
The XO laptop (of the One-Laptop-Per-Child initiative) is an inexpensive laptop project intended to help educate children around the world. The XO laptop includes many innovations, such as a novel, inexpensive, and durable hardware design and the use of GNU/Linux as the underlying operating system. The XO also includes an application environment written in Python with a human interface called Sugar, accessible to everyone (including kids). Explore the Sugar APIs and learn how to develop and debug a graphical activity in Sugar using Python.

 
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Tutorialized is dedicated to programming, designing, and many other
tech related tutorials.

Change Eye Color in Photoshop
In this video tutorial, you will learn how to change eye color using Photoshop CS3.
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Creating a Pong Game - Part 1
This tutorial will teach how to Create a Pong Game in Flash ActionScript.
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Basic Outlining and Coloring
Color your illustrations in just minutes using these simple techniques with Illustrator.
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Create a Simple Flash Movie
In this video tutorial, you will learn how to create a simple Flash movie.
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Building a 3D album with FIVe3D and TweenLite
In this tutorial I will show you how to build a simple 3D photo album.
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Simple XML/RSS Parser
XML parser designed to parse most valid news and blog feeds.
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Developer Shed is actively seeking fresh, new writing talents for our Microsoft Windows technology site. We're looking for Windows programmers, system administrators, and more to provide our readers with the latest, up-to-date techniques and strategies.

Here's your chance to earn some cash, gain some exposure, and beef up your resume! If you would like to join our team, email your name, a description of your qualifications, and the topic areas you would like to cover to contact_editor@developershed.com.

 
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Scripts is dedicated to developer and programming related scripts both commercial and free, and for all OS platforms.

Ananyoo : The Accessible CMS
One of the most user friendly and highly accessible Content Management Systems on the net.
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SEO Business Directory
Complete web site based on ASP/XHTML/CSS script with pure table-less liquid theme design and Search Engine Optimized pages. Learn more.

Adbrite Clone
Get an adbrite clone script absolutely free. See and manage all the sites that display your ads.
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WinRAR
WinRAR is a 32-bit Windows version of RAR Archiver, the powerful archiver and archive manager. Great program!
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Multi Operator ASP Chat Script
Improve customer satisfaction by providing online technical support for their service related queries.
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Cool Screen Capture
Customers can capture video or image from DV, TV Tuner and other devices. It can set video compression codecs and set device properties. Learn more.

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What Can User Ratings and Reviews Do for Your Site?
by KC Morgan, 2009-07-22


If you're like most webmasters, you're always looking for ways to make your site more interesting, interactive, and attractive to visitors. You've created great content, and you may have even started letting users add content through forums and other means. But have you considered adding user ratings and reviews to your site?
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Build a Completely Free Site
by KC Morgan, 2009-07-20

A lot of things in life claim to be free of charge. The contest you have to buy a candy bar to enter, the online job that requires only $29.99 to get started before you make tons more revenue, buy-one-get-one-free. You have to pay before you ever get the reward, sort of like running a Web site. It's considered to be a given that if you want to make money, you have to spend it. Is that really the truth? Learn how to build a completely free site - and all the little extras to go with it, too.
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Offer Traffic-Driving Incentives
by KC Morgan, 2009-07-17

You've got a great-looking site that's well-designed and filled with bright graphics. You've got pages that are rich in quality content, highly optimized words meant to tempt the major search engines and major traffic. You have comments and forums, easy navigation and even a search bar. You've got so much on your site, what more could you possibly need? How about more visitors?
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Network Magic 5.0 Review
by Joe Eitel, 2009-07-22

There seem to be countless gadgets and computer programs on the market intended to make our lives easier, but how many of these products are really worth their price? Cisco Systems's newly released Network Magic 5.0 is a mere $30 and allows users to easily set up, manage and secure their home or small office network effortlessly.
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Netfilter and Iptables Overview
by Joe Eitel, 2009-07-15

We live in a world where being connected is the norm. If we were able to see the packets traveling around us, then we'd surely go insane. One of the main tasks of system administrators is implementing systems that work with these packets. Probably the most popular need is for a firewall. In this article we are going to overview the Netfilter framework, along with its Iptables user space in Linux.
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All About OpenOffice 3.0
by Tony Antal, 2009-07-15

No doubt, OpenOffice 3 is giving Microsoft Office a run for its money. Developers have worked on this suite for three years, and have created newer and more robust functions. While the suite offers some features you will find in Microsoft Office, there are others that you will not find. OpenOffice 3 offers flexibility and compatibility with other programs, such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Flash. OpenOffice also works with multiple operating systems, such as Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Sun Solaris, and GNU/Linux.
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The Internet Saved the Musical Star

What a difference a new media makes. In the old days of the music industry, musicians all wanted to sign a deal with a major label and if they were good enough or lucky enough to land a contract, they often complained of how much the industry took advantage of them. Today, thanks to the Internet, a musician can actually make a decent living without ever getting a traditional recording contract.

For instance, Brian Message, manager of the alternative band Radiohead, launched Polyphonic with the idea of investing about $300,000 each in rising stars. The company has $20 million in seed capital. But he's not looking to become an industry label; his goal is to help these musicians, who don't have record deals, to reach their audience directly over the Internet. It would appear that this is where the music-consuming audience is these days: research company Nielsen says that physical album sales fells 20 percent last year, while the sales of individual digital music tracks rose 27 percent.

Polyphonic will invest in musicians who will then record their own music and choose outside contractors for their publicity, merchandise, and touring. The musicians will share in all the profits from the music and touring rather than receive an advance, as they would with a major label. Best of all, they will own their own copyrights to the music, as well as the master recordings. That means they and their heirs may continue to earn money from their work. This matters a lot to any artist.

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It's Time for TED Again

Every year since 2004, technology people and others who think they can change the world have gathered at the annual Technology, Entertainment and Design conference. This year's conference is no exception and with tickets going for $4,500 a pop, the audience is as elite as the presenters. Those of us who can't make it to the conference can take consolation in the fact that the TED website always posts videos of speaker presentations online.

This year's theme is The Substance of Things Not Seen, or as the TED site further explains, the hidden forces shaping our future, the mysterious functioning of things, the invisible and the not-yet-discovered. Session titles include What We Know, Seeing is Believing, Nature's Challenge, and more. Presenters include British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, optical innovator Joshua Silver (whose invention to help provide cheap, properly-prescribed eyeglasses was discussed in a past Weird and Cool), quantum physicist David Deutch, and many more.

Jessica Griggs, attending the conference and writing about it for New Scientist, mentioned some of the highlights: learning that a quantum supercomputer can be kept working by being watched continuously; hearing about a company hard at work to effectively provide a speaking Wikipedia for people in remote villages in India and Africa without access to the internet and those unable to read; Stephen Fry possibly being intimidated for the first time by the intelligence of his audience; and of course Gordon Brown's talk. The British prime minister spoke about how real-time, worldwide communication (such as Twitter, Flickr, and similar sites) have changed the face of society, and what they can be used to accomplish. This is a conference which believes it can change the world - or if not, at least spread ideas about how to make it a better place, Griggs notes. In today's world, we can use that kind of optimism and enthusiasm.

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Win a Kindle for Hunting Pork

Everyone knows that members of Congress funnel federal funds to their home districts in so-called pork barrel spending. Politicians prefer to refer to such spending as earmarks. Earmarks or pork, it's exceptionally hard to track, because the actual items allocating the spending are buried in bills thousands of pages long. Now all members of Congress have been required to reveal their earmark requests, but they aren't required to do so in any particular format. So we're still in a bad position trying to track all this information down, right?

Not exactly. Federal watchdog organization Washington Watch is trying to gather all of the earmark information in one place, and they're harnessing the power of crowdsourcing to do it. They've set up a form on their web site to allow users to enter earmark information into their database. They've even included tips and tricks to help you fill out the forms. Washington Watch will display the information on their web site as they receive it.

If you want more than the satisfaction of knowing you've made government a little more transparent, Washington Watch is also offering prizes. The person who enters the most earmarks before the October 1 deadline will receive an Amazon Kindle. The second most ambitious earmark hunter will receive an iPod Shuffle. Third place gets a fruitcake. If you don't like fruitcake, don't worry; any winner can claim the cash equivalent of their prize.

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