Thursday, February 15, 2007

Evolving Better Innovation

After a series of flip-flop battles
an intelligent designer has devised
a way to triple the amount of memory.

The pendulum has once again swung
back on the educational menu.
Most of the static random nasal spray

is typically stored on a live chip and
stimulates debate in the blood and nose.
God would help unclog crippling bottlenecks.

--Rupert M Loydell

Oh God, an evolving saga continues in Kansas
IBM announces chip memory innovation
Study: Nasal spray better than flu shots for children

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