samzenpus from the I-want-to-see-what-you're-thinking dept.
gerald626 writes "An international team of researchers has created the first complete high-resolution map of how millions of neural fibers in the human cerebral cortex — the outer layer of the brain responsible for higher-level thinking — connect and communicate. Their groundbreaking work identified a single network core, or hub, that may be key to the workings of both hemispheres of the brain. So basically our brain is a network connected to a hub. I wonder if I can get an upgrade to a GigE switch?"
Dennis Ritchie is twice as bright as Steve Jobs, and only half wrong.
-- Jim Gettys