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MySQL data in CSV format using SQLAlchemy
is an Apache module that provides a WSGI compliant interface for
hosting Python based web applications
Dump all active
directory information using LDAP
dumping Norton and moving to Trend
PC-cillin for virus scanning and protection
as part of an analysis of TCP/IP sequence number attacks.
is a Python script program to dump the EXIF information, this would be
of use if you were writing some (python) scripts to manipulate a number
of photographs, perhaps you wanted to extract this information and
place it in a database...
buildings using cold water from a lake (such as Lake Ontario), sort
of the reverse of geothermal power. What happens to the lake when all
the water that's been heated by the cooling activity gets dumped back?
- The SMART
for IDE drives, can providetemperaturemonitoring
of the drives. Some more information on understanding the various attributes that SMART can report.
- This articlediscusses the strange case of pickling an object twice resulting in two different pickle strings. Turns out (in the comments) this is an expected behavior and there is some discussion of what pickle actually is and an example of using the dis module to take a look at the disassembled pickle string to better see what is going on.  
- A lot more ancient texts are being digitized by new scanning techniques. Talk about dumpster diving. 
- It has been reported that Windows 7 will sell in the UK for half the US price. European trade laws will probably force this onto the rest of Europe. I wonder how long the American public will tolerate being gouged. Perhaps European countries will have to collect heavy import tariffs to prevent Microsoft from "dumping" into their markets. 
- A pilot plant to transform plastic waste into fuel is being developed by Envion. Now all they need to do is to put this on a large barge and scour it Pacific Ocean's garbage dump for their plastic. 
- ASUS is thinking of launching a $180 ARM-based smartbook in Q1 of 2010. This could be $30-50 cheaper than any current netbook just by dumping the Windows tax, and it can probably be another $30-50 cheaper by reducing the size of the battery pack since an ARM chip uses less power than an Atom. So the sub-$200 price is feasible without a quality sacrifice. If they stick with the $199 price point they are going to sell a LOT of these. 
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