All of the Americas (and most of the rest of the world), please join Mr Trashcan in wishing this young man sincere birthday wishes….
Come with Mr. Trashcan as he takes you, through the miracle of reincarnation, back to 1930 or so, where we will go for a ride in a Zeppelin. Mr. trashcan has removed from that last sentence the name of the most advanced passenger airship ever built, the Hindenburg. It is all Mr. Trashcan can do to keep you from opting out on this voyage, with a variety of lame excuses. Which is a shame.
New carbon-based storage/communications technology promises cheap, permanent archive and retrieval of text and graphics.
June 27, 2009, Chapel Hill, NC — At first glance, Dr. Buli Safid’s lab on this quiet NC campus seems like the last place you’d expect find a game-changing innovation like CS/VFM. There are no bubbling retorts, no oscilloscopes and most conspicuously, no computer screens. But it is in these unassuming surroundings, strewn with sheets of the material he calls “vegetable fiber mat” that he and a small group of dedicated students have created the most important advance in information technology since Gutenberg.
General Motors today held a press conference to unveil the first new car since its merger with the Government of the United States and Mr Trashcan had a front seat with other distinguished members of the press. GM spokesperson Ivan Gregory opened the proceedings, “Today we are announcing a new age in American automobile, the Chevy Comrade™, THE vehicle of choice for the American patriot citizen.”