Posted by Art Blackwell on November 24, 2003 at 20:38:48:
In Reply to: Roland Piquepaille's Weblog Archive for October 2003 posted by Roland Piquepaille on November 03, 2003 at 07:32:29:
What frosts my cake was that I suggested to Doug Paffel and Steve Chen that we SERIOUSLY should look into parallel processing with the i386 platform I was playing with in my office. I told them both that THIS ( a poster of the internal die of the i386 ) was our competition.
As for the worlds fastest electric car, I was witness to and helped work on the worlds fastest electric bike ( the " KillaCycle " ) which used a revolutionary energy cell that could release all its energy in milliseconds. We burned out motor speed controllers and made the bike spectacularly hard to handle with the Bolder TMF cells...8-)...
I'm still a pioneer with all those arrows in my back though........
Anyone want a pioneer that has worked on the worlds fastest computers, worlds fastest microchips, worlds fastest bike, worlds fastest discharging energy cell and ( not so fast ) robots?
: Good morning,
: Here is a monthly e-mail about what's happening around my blog. I thought it might interest
: some of you.
: October 2003 was an extraordinary month, with a series of broken records.
: o On October 18, for my birthday, I received the millionth visitor. You can check the current
: situation at : href="http://subhonker6.userland.com/rcsPublic/ranking">http://subhonker6.userland.com/rcsPublic
: /ranking .
: o During the month, more than 153,000 pages were viewed (it would have been 6,000 more if
: Radio UserLand servers haven't lose their logs one day).
: o Slashdot (http://slashdot.org/) mentioned my blog 11
: times this month, including another record of four days in a row.
: o Two stories, "The World's Fastest Electric Car" (: href="http://radio.weblogs.com/0105910/2003/10/22.html">http://radio.weblogs.com/0105910/2003/10
: /22.html) and "Writing in Space with a Cheap Ballpoint Pen" (: href="http://radio.weblogs.com/0105910/2003/10/24.html">http://radio.weblogs.com/0105910/2003/10/24.html) attracted more than 20,000
: visitors. The second story hit an absolute record for one day with 22,600 readers.
: Here is a pointer to the list of the articles published on my blog in October 2003.
: Happy November!
: Roland Piquepaille.
: Website: http://primidi.com/
: Roland Piquepaille's Technology Trends: : href="http://radio.weblogs.com/0105910/">http://radio.weblogs.com/0105910/
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