Monthly Archives: October 2009

Interesting Academic Paper on “DRAM Errors in the Wild”

As oxymoronic as the phrase “interesting academic paper” may sound — especially those with graduate training who have every right to know how seldom an exception pops up to break the rule of passive, run-on, dry-as-the-Sahara prose more common in this genre. Back when I studied anthropology I sometimes marveled at how an otherwise astute […]