Monday, November 05, 2007

Aussie maths whiz with Greek roots supercharges net

An Australian researcher with Greek roots, is on the road to riches after discovering a way to make broadband connections up to 100 times faster.

Credits to Dr John Papandriopoulos!

Read the whole story at

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Ain't another park

Reading an article about electronic paper, I remembered PARC, Xerox's research center at Palo Alto in California. PARC is responible for great IT innovations since its birth in 1970. Innovations that, along with others, inspired me as an Informatics newcomer back in the 80's. Who haven't used a Graphical User Interface, a laser printer, the Ethernet. Promising is also the future with discoveries like the electronic paper. A place worth visiting, a story worth reading, at

Monday, October 08, 2007

Berkeley University of California @ YouTube

One of the most famous universities, Berkeley of California, started posting full lecture videos at YouTube.

See for yourself:

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Bruno was here

My friend Bruno Boddaert, his wife Cecile and their two amazing kids Hugo and Lilou joined me and my wife Maria for our Easter (Pa-ss-hah) holidays.

We had a wonderfull time together. The best until our next meeting, wherever it may be.

Bruno, Cecile, Hugo, Lilou... thank you for sharing experiences and ideas with us!

Thessaloniki @ New York Times

On April 8 2007, New York Times posted an article about my home city, Thessaloniki. You may read it at

Cool article, although it mentions only city-center, modern-time Thessaloniki.