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Kalculate Charity DriveWhen: Saturday October 27, 2012 midnight to midnight PDTRules: The creators of Kalculate will donate a dollar to charity for every registered user that plays a full online game--up to a maximum of $1400! All you have to do is play.About the GameKalculate is a you vs. the Internet style game for math lovers. The rules are simple: answer as many math problems as you can in 90 seconds. At the end of each round, Kalculate will tally up all the scores and show you where you ranked ......

How many IP addresses does IPv6 support? Well, without knowing the exact implementation details, we can get a rough estimate based on the fact that it uses 128 bits. So 2 to the power of 128 ends up being 340,282,366,920,938,000,000... unique IP addresses. Well, we know that sounds like a lot, but this blurb from really puts it in perspective: "approximately 5×1028 addresses for each of the roughly 6.5 billion people alive today. In a different ......

This article was inspiring to read. Well, at least 4 out of the 5 ideas sound really cool to me. I don't completely see the benefits of trying to model the human brain with a computer seeing as we don't even understand how it works yet:,1895,2147447,00.asp.

This may very well be the most nerdy post of all time. So nerdy it's called nerdcore: This is what happens when you combine computer science geeks with microphones and turntables.

Alright, I have to say this is quite comical. Windward Reports has produced a video showing what happens to programmers when they have a lot of time on their hands (from using Windward Reports of course!).

Tech support: How may I help you?

Customer: I'm writing my first e-mail.

Tech support: OK, and what seems to be the problem?

Customer: Well, I have the letter 'a' in the address, but how do I get the circle around it?

I have to credit this one to a colleague of mine, Jorge:

“Don't overlook those small infinite loops.”