Trying to Shift Shape of PC Screens. Researchers are trying to develop technologies that could put computers and large-format screens onto wafer-thin glass, or even plastic that can be rolled up. By Bob Tedeschi. [New York Times: Technology]
Antenna System Is Said to Expand Wireless Internet Use. A start-up company plans to announce antenna technology that it says can expand the limits of a popular wireless Internet format. By John Markoff. [New York Times: Technology]
Duke Basketball: Duke beats Team Nike. Freshman forward Shavlik Randolph scored 19 points and senior guard Chris Duhon added a double-double with 10 points and 10 assists as Duke defeated Team Nike, 103-63, in exhibition men’s college basketball action on Monday night in Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C. [GoDuke.com]
I watched The Time Machine (2002) last night on DVD. It didn’t get very good reviews, even on IMDB, but I didn’t think it was terrible and it was a nice way to spend a Sunday evening. Just make sure you don’t set your expectations too high.
I visited the Stone Clinic today. Dr. Stone is doing some pioneering research to help patients with osteoarthritis of the knees and those with sports injuries. It’s a very impressive opeartion and I would recommend anyone looking for a good surgeon for knee/elbow injuries or arthritis to check out their web site.
Finally we can put this case behind us: Judge Backs Terms of U.S. Settlement in Microsoft Case. A federal judge approved Microsoft’s antitrust settlement with the Justice Department and rejected virtually all of the stiffer sanctions sought by nine states. By Amy Harmon. [New York Times: NYT HomePage]