Actually, that title is a bit of a misnomer — because the salt ends up in the leaves, not the fruits — but nevertheless, genetically modified, salt-resistant tomato plants are pretty cool.
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I’ve been running the squid caching proxy for a while now with few problems, but I bet I could tweak things a bit better if I read the O’Reilly Network article on Installing and Configuring Squid.
Speaking of which, my long overdue review of O’Reilly’s Developing Bioinformatics Computer Skills has been sent off to the appropriate people; look for a preview here once I get around to throwing it up somewhere.
more personal meandering than you can shake a stick at
Grrr…once again, I’m up far too late. At least I’m planning on working from the friendly confines of the home office tomorrow — that should make life a bit better. Maybe I’ll sneak in some blogging as well &mdash I’ve still got over 80 links in the hopper.
When we were down in DC this weekend, Lor and I had dinner at the Brickskeller, where the food is just okay, but the beer selection is excellent. One of the beers I had is one of my personal favorites, the Arrogant Bastard Ale: