Archive for date: July 13, 2004

Dragonfly BSD 1.0 released

July 13, 2004 | Operating Systems | By: Mark VandeWettering

As of July 12, 2004, the 1.0 milestone has been reached by the DragonFly Team. DragonFly BSD is a derivative of the FreeBSD 4.x tree, and represents a different idea about the logical extension of FreeBSD. I haven’t got a spare machine to try it out at the moment, but I think I’ll be able […]

King Arthur

July 13, 2004 | Movie Review | By: Mark VandeWettering

There was nothing on television worth watching last night, so I took the missus out to see King Arthur, the latest in a sequence of “great hero” movies that appear to be popular this year. beginning with Troy and will presumably end with Alexander later this year. King Arthur isn’t the middle ages, Arthur in […]

Fuller’s Geodesic Dome Patent Turns 50

July 13, 2004 | Intellectual Property | By: Mark VandeWettering

As of the 29th of June, Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic dome patent is 50 years old. I was surprised how interesting and informative it was, but don’t take my word for it. Update: The link above was broken, and has been updated to point to the patent hosted on Google.