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ByteBuffer java.nio.ByteBuffer is the cornerstone of the nio new I/O package. It is also used for high performance conversions of byte[] to char[] and back. What ByteBuffer is Not The Official Epic Rap Battles of History Website Albert Einstein Hello there. I’m a theoretical physicist from Germany. I created the the theory of general relativity that unifies the ideas of gravity. How Graphics Cards Work" The images you see on your monitor are made of tiny dots called pixels. At most common resolution settings, a screen displays over a million pixels, and the computer has to decide what to do with every one in order to create an image. To do this, it needs a translator -- something to take binary data from the CPU and turn it into a picture you can see. Unless a computer has graphics capability built into the motherboard, that translation takes place on the graphics card. A graphics card's job is complex, but its principles and components are easy to understand.

172 Documentaries To Expand Your Consciousness! In the search for enlightening information, here is an awesome list of expansive documentaries from a few different websites. 1. Home (2009) 2. Thrive (2011) Hubble's Hidden Treasures 2012 Since 1990, Hubble has made more than a million observations. We feature many of these on, and the most stunning are in our Top 100 gallery and iPad app. But there are thousands of pictures in Hubble’s science archive that have only been seen by a few scientists. We call these images Hubble’s hidden treasures — stunning images of astronomical phenomena that have never been seen and enjoyed by the public. Every week, we search the archive for hidden treasures, process the scientific data into attractive images and publish them as the Hubble Picture of the Week. But the archive is so vast that nobody really knows the full extent of what Hubble has observed.

Surreal Worlds Digitally Painted by Gediminas Pranckevicius Conceptual artist and illustrator Gediminas Pranckevicius posesses an imagination to covet. While most of his digital painting is centered around character design, his larger landscapes seen here are rich in detail, creating impossible but ingenious juxtapositions of water, land, and haphazard architecture. You can see more of his work over on Facebook, and all of these are available as prints via INPRNT.

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Join the 2012 Hubble's Hidden Treasures Competition Over two decades in orbit, the Hubble Space Telescope has made a huge number of observations. Every week, we publish new images on the ESA/Hubble website. But hidden in Hubble’s huge data archives are still some truly breathtaking images that have never been seen in public. We call them Hubble’s Hidden Treasures — and we’re looking for your help to bring them to light. We’re inviting the public into Hubble’s vast science archive to dig out the best unseen Hubble images. 11 podcasts that will make you a better software engineer – Sleep Easy Software These podcasts are sure to make you a better software engineer. They are in no particular order but I’ve found each one useful in their own way. I usually listen to these as I’m driving to and from work. It’s a great time to grow when you aren’t really doing anything else productive or mentally intensive at the same time. Site: Feed:

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