Also, there's a new block "My del.icio.us Bookmarks" on the right which shows the ten most recent entries on my del.icio.us bookmarks list.
As you probably have already noticed, I installed a new default theme on my blog / homepage. It's a slightly customized version of the FriendsLight theme by Michael Geary, which in turn is a modified version of the FriendsElectric theme by Steven Wittens.
If you notice anything which has broken, please drop me a note.
Update: I have installed the old theme again for now, as there are some severe problems with IE (especially older versions). I'll try to come up with something more portable, stay tuned.
I can't believe this is true. Microsoft tries to patent a programming function to determine if two variables point to the same location in memory, i.e. the IsNot (or
neq) operator. Quick, head over to nosoftwarepatents.com. You know what to do.
(via Heise (German)).
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The Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) is a very interesting site maintained by two professional astronomers. They post a new astronomy picture (from NASA, Hubble, etc.) with some explanations every day. Some very interesting facts and pictures to be seen there, check it out.
The image on the right (click for full image) is taken from the APOD of January 12, 2005. It shows the barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300 (70 million light-years away from us).