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Announcing: AustinThome.com!

Readers of the IT Pro Source – all of whom are assuredly attractive and genius-level people: I’ve felt for a while that the IT Pro Source is too “all over the place” – serious technical analysis mixed with offbeat commentary among procedural IT how-to’s. It’s as if the editor can’t decide whether the IT Pro … Continue reading

9/11 and Communication Technology.

9/11/2001 – a sobering memory. This article from Wired.com is an interesting look back on the communication technology available at the time (Note: the article makes some political statements which I neither endorse nor condemn – the tech aspects are the good reading). The web was still in its awkward adolescence, AOL the world’s dominant … Continue reading

A Farewell to Moore: Quantum Computing.

Moore’s Law states the following: “The number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years.” For nearly 50 years, this has been the case. It was based on an easily extrapolated trend with great predictive value. But there was always a hard limit: the atomic level. We are nearing the point … Continue reading

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Austin Thomé

Austin Thomé

Writer, enthusiastic IT Professional, expert coffee drinker, and website proprietor.

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