Daily links for 03/28/2011
Researcher Nabs $500K to Work On “Green Software” | Fast Company
“As readers of our earlier post on the “greenest” code will no doubt remember, there is some debate over what code is, in fact, greenest. Some codes may run faster in some instances; other codes in others. This is one of the questions Liu wants to tackle, who has noted that none of the mainstream computer languages support “energy-aware programming.””
Why Startups Need to Blog (and what to talk about …)
“Blogs. We all read them to get a sense of what is going on in the world, peeling back layers of the old world in which media was too scripted. By definition, if you are reading this you read blogs. But should you actually write one if you’re a startup, an industry figure (lawyer, banker) or VC? Absolutely.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.