There is a misperception about the new Google Cloud Platform that the company put into general availability last week at Google I/O. It’s not a brand new platform. It’s what Google has used for years. It is Google’s foundation. It is what makes Google, Google. And now it’s open for the first time to developers and businesses.
We were a little sad to see Chris Hadfield leave the ISS earlier this month, but we’re glad he’s back safely, and that he’s still tweeting about every step of the readjustment process.
While Hadfield was making his return trip home, he was unable to keep the world updated on his every move, so his son Evan took the reins on his own Twitter account. When Commander Hadfield was back safe and sound on Earth he didn’t wait long to start tweeting again:
Safely home — back on Earth, happily readapting to the heavy pull of gravity. Wonderful to smell and feel Spring. — Chris Hadfield (@Cmdr_Hadfield) May 14, 2013Read more…
Sociologist, philosopher, computer industry pioneer and inventor of the term ?hypertext? Ted Nelson is claiming that he knows the identity of Bitcoin inventor ?Satoshi Nakamoto?.
In a rambling ? and, let’s face it, odd ? 12-minute post on YouTube, Nelson spins out the suspense, throws in a dialogue with himself as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, and finally ends with the statement that the mystery developer of the cryptocurrency is Japanese mathematician Shinichi Mochizuki, research professor of mathematics at Kyoto University.