Monthly Archives: June 2015

File system with layers

It would be interesting to use layers in a file system. This could help for searching, archiving and other more complex tasks such as installing and uninstalling a software package. For example, actually, a package installs files in /usr/bin, in … Continue reading

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Assembler trick: call by falling through

On several occasions, when programming in assembler, we meet this sequence where the last instruction of a subroutine is a call immediately followed by a return instruction. my_subroutine1: ;some instructions call my_function1 ret my_function1: ;some instructions ret The routine ‘my_function1’ … Continue reading

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Steampunk Laser II

There’s no way a 1.3cm wavelength photon (can we call that a photon?) might excite an electron on any energy level for a conventional laser. Maybe some non linear trick with a QASER may do the job.

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