This image was lost some time after publication.

Keeping up with its competitors seems like too much to ask from Yahoo these days. But not-for-profit initiatives? All over it. Today, for example, Yahoo announced it would allow Carnegie Mellon University researchers access to its newest supercomputer. Called M45, the computer is 4,000-processor computing cluster. It runs Hadoop and other open-source distributed computing software. If you know what that means, you belong in the accompanying photo. And if that's the case, sorry about the ugly T-shirt. But don't look so sad, little fella. You can take it off in a minute.