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