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In the center of the roundabout doesn't lurk a tarantula, a minotaur or a www-bugspider but there are standing out - of a black π-perforation [r=1mm] - the anchoring grab-buckets of the AGP-slot residing upon the upper side. The PGA370-Socket motherboard {19.2_x_30.5 [cm]} is equipped with Integrated Circuits that were assembled in the 90ties.

 

SIZE (of the framing)

real /~thumbnail-area/ : ~ 18 x 13 [mm]

virtual /max. available for FC/ : 1273 x 927 [pixel]; 158.509 [cols]

 

STEADINESS was provided by a tripod, ILLUMINATION by the sun.

 

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TECHNOLOGIES: surface mount - through-hole

Surface mount technology (SMT) is a method for constructing electronic circuits in which the components (SMC, or Surface Mounted Components) are mounted directly onto the surface of printed circuit boards (PCBs). Electronic devices so made are called surface-mount devices or SMDs. In the industry it has largely replaced the through-hole technology construction method of fitting components with wire leads into holes in the circuit board.

An SMT component is usually smaller than its through-hole counterpart because it has either smaller leads or no leads at all. It may have short pins or leads of various styles, flat contacts, a matrix of solder balls (BGAs), or terminations on the body of the component.

PGA370-socket

This platform for Pentium III is not wholly obsolete, but its use is today limited to the above specialty applications, having been superseded by Socket 423/478/775 (for Pentium 4 and Core 2 processors). Via is at present still producing Socket 370 processors but committed to migrating their processor line to ball grid array packages.

Perplexing Circuit Board Lines

Despite what appears to be a perplexing mishmash of lines, there's an actual method to this madness. These lines conduct electricity to get the data to the on-chip processor with no interference, thusly unlike traditionally insulated wires, circuit board lines cannot cross each other. - The darkred circles of the photo allow the data signal to safely transfer from one side of the circuit board to the other, and get past any electronic obstacles in its way.

 

printed circuit board (PCB)

A printed circuit board (PCB) is a circuit board fabricated by densely mounting a plurality of parts on a plate made of phenol resin or epoxy resin and densely forming curtailed circuits on the surface of the plate to connect the respective parts to each other. A printed circuit board is typically produced by alternately stacking a plurality of substrates with conductive circuits formed thereon and prepreg sheets, bonding them under heat and pressure, forming holes to allow electrical parts to be mounted on the insulating plate, and plating them with copper or other metallic materials to provide an electrical connection between the surface and inner layers. Printed circuit boards have a variety of electric or electronic parts soldered to their circuit patterns which are formed by labyrinth-like copper foils, each having electric or electronic parts soldered to lands with their terminals inserted in the terminal holes, which are made in the lands. Printed circuit boards are classified into single-sided PCBs, double-sided PCBs and multi-layer PCBs depending the number of wiring circuit surfaces. A multi-layer PCB provides a plurality of electrically conductive layers separated by insulating dielectric layers. A typical multi-layer PCB includes many layers of copper, with each layer of copper separated by a dielectric material. Multi-layer printed circuit boards are commonly used in electronic devices to connect electronic components such as integrated circuits to one another. Printed circuit boards used in various types of data processing systems (especially in computers) are typically mounted within a plastic or sheet metal housing structure, and are conventionally referred to as motherboards ...

 

Make knotwork-like designs from old electronic circuit boards Another characteristic of Celtic/Anglo-Saxon art is 'knotwork'. Lines and ribbons are taken on never-ending journeys through complex repeats of flyovers and underpasses. © The British Library Board

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    Image of an older circuit board with mostly through hole technology fabricated: circuit board of greenish colour.

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Along came the spiders

The busy creatures who will guide you through the Internet Forbes, October 23, 1995

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BLOGS:

Just lurking for now by Dave's Whiteboard, Dec 22nd, 2009

Jaron Lanier: technology humanist Los Angeles Times: Books, Authors and all things bookish by Carolyn Kellogg, Jan 10, 2010

Shack's Comings and Goings - A compilation of lessons, reviews, tips and advice that has helped my writing (w translations into 16 languages). Andy Shack on August 9th 2009

Computerworld Releases Special Report for IT Professionals Mindy on June 17th 2009

Multimodal imaging reveals consistent role for genes as mediators of circuit structure/function ... In his article, "Neural Connectivity as an Intermediate Phenotype: Brain Networks Under Genetic Control" [doi: 10.1002/hbm.20639] Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg examines the DARPP32, 5HTT and MAOA genes and asks whether their associations with aspects of brain structure/function are in any way consistent across different neuroimaging modalities. Amazingly, the answer seems to be, yes... - dendrite on July 31st 2009

Spiele ohne Grenzen Am Analystentag des Chipkonzerns verbreitert dieser sein Einzugsgebiet .... Intel Outside könnten Konkurrenten auf Handys und weitere Consumerelektronik-Geräte schreiben. May 27th 2009 by redaktion@handelszeitung.ch

Image has no backlink but has got the new description: "technology and creativity bring beauty and symmetry" by theabundantartist on Aug 14th 2009

Thinking Like a Computer library @ qut.edu.au, by Willans on 2010-02-04 Truncation: An asterisk * which asks the computer to look for a sequence of characters and any number of characters after that. Wildcard: A question mark ? which asks the computer to look for a sequence of characters and replace the wildcard with any one character. Phrasing: Asking the computer to regard a phrase as one sequence of characters by putting inverted commas " " around the phrase. Boolean Operators: Words used to combine searches in different ways OR asks the computer to find resources containing ANY of the given terms (used for similar terms) AND asks the computer to find resources containing ALL of the given terms (used for different terms) NOT asks the computer to eliminate any resources containing a given term.

Tek Talk Today Introduction by Lynn S on Sunday, 20th Sept 2009

Cool "socket 370″images A few nice socket 370 images I found

diggyblog October 15th, 2009

Search results for "system:lectures " @stowaway.net

Doug Clow's Imaginatively-Titled Blog - New Technology in Higher Education - Digital scholarship: Advanced technologies for research (1) posted on 10 March 2010

Science Hack Day and The Revolutionaries July 1, 2010 - by Premasagar

Download Ubuntu 10.04 LTS for Your Small Business Posted on June 8, 2010 by Windows Software Team

Israel's Cyber Weapons by Eric on September 28, 2010

A Bursting Market: Cisco Building APIs for Cloud Infrastructure Automation By Alex Williams / March 8, 2011 8:45 AM

Consistency is King Content, as king, is dead. Long live the new king, consistency. By Ian, March 18, 2011.

  

KEYWORDS

@ explore: interestingness April 2008

@ interesting: magnification, tarantula.

@ electronics cluster: circuit, led, diy

@ image: texture in the superimposition "346/365 _ incognito?" July 2009

@ hivemind: roundabout, spider,tarantula, scrap, bug, detail.

@ wordnik: labyrinthine, circuit, IC, circuit, technology, scrap, board, framing, mazy.

@ technorati: magnification, motherboard, thumbnail, bug.

@ igosso: labyrinthine, electronics, 3D pattern, writing materials, mazy, 2435823037 [backup], 9361468@N05 (タグをコピペすると、ブログなどにカンタン貼り付けできます。 (copy & paste the box-code to your blog easily.), 9 interesting CC-images of my flickr-account selected by igosso (Aug09).

@ m a h a l o: electric circuit, Electronic Data Systems, metallic bond.

@ netagura virtualbox Thinkpad T61でUbuntu再び その4 IntelVTを体感 , 10 月 5th, 2008

@ metal scrap: circuit-board

@ novovision.fr: tuyauterie

@ Free 3ds Textures: Small (240px / 175px), Medium (500px / 364px), Large (1273px / 927px) ['BACKUPs' of my flickr-image], patterns, detail, circuit,pattern, architecture, spider.

@ picturesandbox free figstockphotography: electronics, industry, process, spider, Free 3D Photos, free Data Center

@ articleslash: Virtual Or Real - How Many Different Faces Are There in Your Book?

@ yamaiko: superseded

IMAGE-HUNTERS

3ds Spider Textures Creative Commons project by Dustin Senos and is powered by Media Temple and phpFlickr

www.strassenkatalog.de/str/blumberger-damm-12683-berlin-b...

Random Nature Patterns FunSciEnt-Just another Science site, Oct 24th, 2009

News From US ... Provide The Latest News From All Over The Universe Jun.30, 2010 in Tech and Science

박영환의 '넥스트

free photos for business w license for commercial use with attribution

labyrinthine circuit board lines photohorde, June 2008

PALETTE: #595638 #B76413 #E1972B #FFD689 #325CC3 @ colorhunter

photos populaires @ B-Real - musicspot.fr

zephoria Danah Boyd@ friendfeed

IC photos les plus populaires labyrinthine circuit board lines @ djibouti-net

Мой интернет. Все об интернете 2003 Октябрь (My Internet {with Google Chrome only; IE blocks it out}. All of the Internet 2003 October) @ formyinet.ru

Embed Code for this Photo with Attribution License @everystockphoto

Intellectual property rights protect an individual or business against unfair encroachment and misappropriation of hard work and creativity by usurpers and infringers. Society (through its laws) generally seeks to promote competition and innovation in the marketplace of goods and services. By protecting intellectual property, society rewards the types of creative, industrious activities that provide new and better choices to all members of society. @svenlaw.com

Celtic Sculpture origins of Irish Art, Celtic Jewelry and Celtic Sculpture

Patent Transfer Ltd - Patent Monetization Services Posted by admin On June - 17 - 2010

365AffiliateMarketing.com | Effective Make Money Online Strategies (12th October 2010)

White Paper: Saving Your Servers from Disaster By Alex Williams / May 18, 2011

webdemexico.com.mx

 

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Attendees traveling to the planetarium dome

In the planetarium dome

It was fun being surrounded by constant flickering space screens while science hacking

Infographic of Science Hack Day SF project:

 

Grassroots Mapping

   

Balloons! Many feet in the air! Cameras strapped to them! Photo stitching! Aerial map!

 

flic.kr/p/8Tn5oe

 

blog.edenisawesomeawwwwyeah.com/2010/11/15/grassroots-map...

 

github.com/trevyn/HeliumView

   

Hackers:

 

Stephanie Vacher

 

Eden Sherry

 

Paul Mison

 

Brett Heliker

Infographic of Science Hack Day SF project:

 

$10 Fluorescence microscope

 

Patrik D'haeseleer

Infographic of Science Hack Day SF project:

 

Science Walk - Trivia Game for Science Education science.loqi.me/

 

Built with Geoloqi

   

The intent of this game is to get people to pay attention to the world around them by answering location-based questions related to education and science. Players can sign up to receive questions through SMS as they walk through town. When they answer questions, they get points. Those with the highest scores are listed on a leaderboard. In the future, one will be able to make their own layer of science questions, history or any topic of their choosing, and Geoloqi will allow users to subscribe to that game layer from their phones and/or the web. Players use a GPS Tracker made by Instamapper to play the game. It can run on most phones, including Blackberry, Android, iPhone and Palm. Ideal for both groups and solo adventures.

   

Hackers:

 

Amber Case

 

Aaron Parecki

 

Kevin Rohling

 

Liam Holt

 

Megan Mansell

 

Devin Drew

 

Pete Forsyth

 

Ashish Mahabal

 

Jennifer Monfrans

 

And others! (add your name if you contributed to this hack - especially if you helped make questions!)

It was fun being surrounded by constant flickering space screens while science hacking

visiting Science Hack Day SF from Mexico, Germany, Brazil, South Africa, Iceland, Canada, United States, Japan, Kenya and Ireland. These individuals were able to attend thanks to a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

 

sciencehackday.com/news/#meettheambassadors

Infographic of Science Hack Day SF project:

 

FANCY PIGEONS

 

Fancy Pigeons is a strategy game in which players must selectively breed a flock of pigeons to bypass a series of obstacles. The object of the game is to get as many pigeons as possible through the course, with points awarded for each offspring that clears a challenge. Because players can see the queue of upcoming obstacles, they can choose breeding pairs which will produce offspring with both short- and long-term fitness. Mendelian genetics is faithfully represented, and in order to succeed, the player must maintain genetic variability in the population through heterozygosity while optimizing for a specific phenotype.

   

Richard Price

 

Ashish Mahabal

 

Bala Ramamurthy

 

Jessica Polka

 

Lil Fritz-Laylin

 

Liam Holt

 

Meredith Carpenter

Photo by Matt Biddulph

Infographic of Science Hack Day SF project:

 

Space Feed

   

A feed of awesome space events based on location.

   

Why the hack?

 

Current astronomy sites have complicated design or are overly technical for the casual observer. Typically lat/long is needed to figure out what is available in the night sky. Phones and browsers can take advantage of location and notification services to make the experience easy and passive for the user.

   

Visible with:

 

- Naked eye

 

- Binoculars

 

- Telescope

   

Specify distance:

 

- 5 miles, 15 miles, 25 miles, 50 miles, 100 miles etc.

   

Types of events:

 

- Meteor showers

 

- ISS flyover (transit, i.e. flying in front of the sun/moon)

 

- Other satellites

 

- Iridium flares

 

- Auras

 

- Planets

 

- Constellations

 

- What else is interesting? How do you take a data set and classify an astronomical event "interesting" without human input? Can you?

   

Visibility considerations:

 

- Weather

 

- Light pollution

   

Nice to Haves:

 

- Best viewing spots in your area based on weather/altitude/other factors

 

i.e. I am willing to travel X distance to see Y event. Return: "It's cloudy in San Francisco, go to Mt. Tam to see the Persieds meteor shower."

 

- Localize measurements based on location or OS language/format.

   

Technologies:

 

- Web based (ideal, open) OR

 

- iPhone app (more possibility? visibility/distribution?)

   

Data sets:

 

- ISS tracking data in web format - Created at London Science Hack day (XML file of ISS location): randomorbit.net/

 

- TLE data for all satellites - celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/master.asp

   

Hackers:

   

* Lindsay Eyink, @leyink - general idea

* Ben Ward, @benward -

* Paul Mison, @blech - space geek who has done this with OverLondon

* Ariel Waldman, @arielwaldman - general idea

Infographic of Science Hack Day SF project:

 

Android Participatory Exploration

   

This hack is focused on bringing science payloads onto low cost android based robotics platforms. We have built a low cost spectrograph, started an android app, and hacked a couple of robotic platoforms that would be candidate rovers to host the spectrometer. This hack is part of an ongoing effort at NASA Ames Research Center focused on bringing hands-on robotics and science experience to young students, allowing them to participate in NASA field sceince missions with low cost robotic science platforms. These platforms will in turn help to lower the cost of some NASA missions.

       

Hackers:

   

David Burchanowski

 

Geoff Chu

 

Matt Everingham

 

Matthew F. Reyes

 

Paul Mans

 

Jade Wang

 

Christine Dudley

Infographic of Science Hack Day SF project:

 

A New P-value Correction in R and Analyst

 

In this project we implemented Wayne Xu’s recently published multiple testing correction using APIs from the R project and Genedata Analyst. The method mitigates false negatives from microarray analysis of thousands of genes simultaneously, and Analyst makes for easy visualization and selection of results.

   

Contributors at Science Hack Day 2010, SF:

 

Devin Lee Drew dld <- pobox.com

 

Megan Mansell Williams meganmansell <- gmail.com

   

Idea contributors not on site:

 

Peter Haberl (History Slides of Student's T-test)

 

Arnd Brandenburg (Suggestion to implement this as an R integration)

   

Authors of paper:

 

Wayne WenZhong Xu

 

Clay J Carter

 

www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2105/11/465

An alarm that won't turn off until it records a pulse that shows you're properly awake.

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