Friday, 31 August 2012

[TechRepublic] How many photos exist of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon?


TechRepublic Member | August 31, 2012

Geek Trivia: How many photos exist of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon?

Neil Armstrong was the lead photographer on Apollo 11, and he couldn't be in the photos he was taking. Thus the scant few photos of the first moonwalker are a rare and precious commodity. Read more

Resource of the day

Charting the Course to a Customer-Centric Business

Forrester surveyed over 400 business who are succeeding in challenging times. Register for this live, interactive broadcast to learn how business leaders are dealing with growing uncertainty, tougher competition, increasing costs and inflexible, overloaded IT systems.

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Desktop Wallpaper: Mars as seen by Curiosity

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Nail-biting ride into radiation maelstrom seeks to unlock space secrets (pictures)

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Today's recommended downloads

Forrester Seven Top Integration Trends for 2011 to 2012 (IBM)

Data, Data Everywhere - A Special Report on Managing Information (SAP)

Quantifying the Value of Delivering a Smarter Shopping Experience (IBM)

Learning to Compete: IT's Next Transformation (EMC)

Charting the Course to a Customer-Centric Business (IBM)

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