Detailed techy interview with Jonathan Rentzsch, an independent Mac programmer with his take on what’s next for Apple and how he pitches his tools to clients, large and small.
Month: March 2005
Son of Da Vinci Code? Great. Another hack novel in the works… Wilson said he wants to write a novel about his theory. The forger or perhaps forgers, Wilson theorizes, probably robbed a grave and pulled the aged shroud off a body, then crucified someone to obtain the blood and study the wounds of Jesus.… Continue reading
Who Needs Sci-Fi Dept. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A 70-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex fossil dug out of a hunk of sandstone has yielded soft tissue, including blood vessels and perhaps even whole cells, U.S. researchers reported on Thursday. Paleontologists forced to break the creature’s massive thighbone to get it on a helicopter found not a solid piece… Continue reading
Things are getting a little…er, testy over at National Review’s Corner…
Revising Gregor Mendel? Challenging a scientific law of inheritance that has stood for 150 years, scientists say plants sometimes select better bits of DNA in order to develop normally even when their predecessors carried genetic flaws. The conclusion by Purdue University molecular biologists contradicts at least some basic rules of plant evolution that were believed… Continue reading