Question by Mr. Spin: Where is the actual Yahoo Answers building, and servers located? They must have a huge cluster of servers and hard drives. Is it possible that the servers are located in different parts of the globe, yet networked together? I was in a warehouse of major college, doing service work (on a […]
Egyptian Building and MSB Courtyard in Snow Image by taberandrew VCU MCV Campus, Court End; Richmond VA
A former Union Carbide building in Charleston, West Virginia is imploded to make way for new construction at the University of Charleston. (March 28) Video Rating: 4 / 5
Retake of the very old elevator at the Purdue Student Union.
20071006-08 – building Hades – 139-3988 – installing the mystical motherboard drivers Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL) Notice the crappy colors; I still only have 16 colors. Since my motherboard included sound and network (among other things), motherboard drivers were necessary. I’m not sure why a SATA driver would be necessary, since my […]
See Randy’s book about his “Last Lecture” at www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/Randy_Book.html A dedication to Randy Pausch from his “Building Virtual Worlds”, Fall 2005. Randy Pausch (www.randypausch.com) is a virtual reality pioneer, human-computer interaction researcher, co-founder of CMU’s Entertainment Technology Center (www.etc.cmu.edu), and creator of the Alice (www.alice.org) software project. Other videos by Randy, including downloadable versions of […]
Wren Building, William & Mary College Image by rbglasson Williamsburg, Virginia. A photo of a 35mm slide taken in 1963.
“Nat bad. Nat bad at’all.” – Quote from 2001 Three Rivers Stadium Implosion The old Union Carbide Building 82, which was donated to the University of Charleston, was imploded to free up the site’s acreage. It was a common site seen from I-64 when driving past South Charleston. The skyline will definitely be different, but […]
virginia building – los angeles, friday, western ave Image by m kasahara
See Randy’s book about his “Last Lecture” at www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/Randy_Book.html “Building Virtual Worlds” exhibition, given by Professor Randy Pausch (www.randypausch.com) at CMU in 2005. Randy Pausch is a virtual reality pioneer, human-computer interaction researcher, co-founder of CMU’s Entertainment Technology Center (www.etc.cmu.edu), and creator of the Alice (www.alice.org) software project. Other videos by Randy, including higher-resolution downloadable […]