Strange behaviour: Parallels Business Automation

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At Digital Pacific where I work, I have been working on migrating from our current billing system to a new; more feature complete billing system that will provide many benefits to our clients. With our new billing system, Parallels Business Automation, users will be able to see all their invoices (past, present and future) and… Read more »

Announcing MyStocko

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With the help of researchers Robert Marks, Blake LeBaron and John Holland, I have been able to start implementing an algorithm for a “self operating” stock exchange. Called MyStocko, it is an application that will be able to operate a simulated stock exchange automatically without any user or operator intervention. It records all buy/sell transactions,… Read more »

Adobe for Linux

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I am disappointed,as a user of both Linux *and* After Effects that After Effects refuses to run on Linux. Let’s face it; After Effects, and other applications in the Creative Suite are the most requested applications to be supported by Adobe on Linux. With a growing market share, and many companies putting in quite a… Read more »