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9 Super-Cool Uses for Supercomputers

Supercomputers are the bodybuilders of the computer world. They boast tens of thousands of times the computing power of a desktop and cost tens of millions of dollars. They fill enormous rooms, which are chilled to prevent their thousands of microprocessor cores from overheating. And they perform trillions, or even thousands of trillions, of calculations per second.

All of that power means supercomputers are perfect for tackling big scientific problems, from uncovering the origins of the universe to delving into the patterns of protein folding that make life possible. Here are some of the most intriguing questions being tackled by supercomputers today.

http://www.livescience.com/technology/Super-Cool-Uses-for-Supercomputers-100430.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A%20livescience%2Ftechnology%20%28LiveScience.com%20Technology%29&utm_content=Bloglines

Supercomputers are the bodybuilders of the computer world. They boast tens of thousands of times the computing power of a desktop and cost tens of millions of dollars. They fill enormous rooms, which are chilled to prevent their thousands of microprocessor cores from overheating. And they perform trillions, or even thousands of trillions, of calculations per second.

All of that power means supercomputers are perfect for tackling big scientific problems, from uncovering the origins of the universe to delving into the patterns of protein folding that make life possible. Here are some of the most intriguing questions being tackled by supercomputers today.

http://www.livescience.com/technology/Super-Cool-Uses-for-Supercomputers-100430.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A%20livescience%2Ftechnology%20%28LiveScience.com%20Technology%29&utm_content=Bloglines

The Anatomy of a Website

Six Revisions has dissected a html web page and compared it to the human anatomy. This is an interesting comparison and might make it a bit easier for a beginner to learn how a web page is laid out.

Many people find it hard to picture a website as more than a bundle of content. This often makes explaining the mixture of languages used and the way everything comes together a difficult task.

http://sixrevisions.com/web-technology/anatomy-of-a-website/

Six Revisions has dissected a html web page and compared it to the human anatomy. This is an interesting comparison and might make it a bit easier for a beginner to learn how a web page is laid out.

Many people find it hard to picture a website as more than a bundle of content. This often makes explaining the mixture of languages used and the way everything comes together a difficult task.

http://sixrevisions.com/web-technology/anatomy-of-a-website/