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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Sunspots 154


Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:





Science:
CNN reports that gray wolves are no longer officially endangered.

Henry Neufeld on Expelled, a new movie about Intelligent Design, featuring Ben Stein:
The problem for intelligent design is not that it hasn’t been considered
In fact, it hasn’t even truly been presented yet, and I don’t mean that the meanies in the educational establishment didn’t allow it a hearing. Rather, it simply has never presented a scientific program that could truly be tested. The ID crowd want something for nothing. They want to be regarded as purveyors of a scientific theory without doing the work. Some want their theory to be presented in high school, without going through the process of consensus building.

Computing:
Wired says that Adobe has released a free version of Photoshop.

Wired interviews a Mozilla leader. Mozilla makes the Firefox browser, which I use, and the Thunderbird e-mail application.

From Office Watch: Word has a built-in calculator. The article tells how to find it.



Thanks for reading! Keep clicking away.

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2 comments:

elbogz said...

Martin
Thanks for the photoshop link! I was looking for a place to put my puppy pictures.

Puppies (best to open in new window or tab)

Martin LaBar said...

Glad it helped, elbogz. That's why I posted it.

Thanks for telling me.