Monthly Archives: August 2012

Ludicrous as it may sound

I was reminded the other day of an interesting quote from a 2000 FEBS paper which starts with: “How highly would one rate an economic analysis of a factory that ignored the consumer demand for its products? Ludicrous as it … Continue reading

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HTML5 from Embarcadero

For those who are interested I snagged a screen-shot of the new HTML5 development kit that will be released this quarter by Embarcadero. I obtained the screen-shot from the XE3 preview video. It looks interesting, I can see an application … Continue reading

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Why are Systems Biologists so bad at Computer Modeling?

The title of this blog is meant to be a little brazen and eye catching but I decided to write it after having been on a variety of government¬†grant panels over the years where I am always shocked at the … Continue reading

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Rounded TPanel in Delphi

I came across this rather nice bit code submitted by¬†Andreas Rejbrand on stackoverflow, thought I’d repeat it here. For those not familiar with Delphi, Delphi has really great support for component development, better than any other programming platform I’ve used. … Continue reading

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