Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Helpware Downloads great help resources.

Monday, May 30, 2005

Via readies Pentium M killer
BIG NEWS ON USA MICROSOFT: Slavery to It Is Ending : Argentina Indymedia (( i )): "However, the hundred-dollar Linux computer will be the end of Microsoft's dominance and possibly the company itself. Do you care? Can the Indian MOBILIS beat Microsoft? Can Wal-Mart beat Microsoft in America?"
EurasiaNet Culture - Photo Essay: Kazakhstan's Spaceship Junkyard

Saturday, May 28, 2005

NewsForge | Windows rapidly approaching desktop usability funny but true
Jarnaker.com a great hardware hack by Christoffer Järnåker. Build a Skype phone or how to make use of that old wireless phone just laying around.

Thursday, May 26, 2005

Mad as hell, switching to Mac security!
Sharp Zaurus SL-C3000 Review - Designtechnica Reviews: Nice Linux PDA
Wired 13.06: The Mad Genius from the Bottom of the Sea new concepts in power and agriculture
Refurbished Cheap TFT Flat Panel - Dell, Compaq, NEC, Eizo, Samsung NEC MultiSync LCD 1850E, for £119.00 +vat, was £669 +vat new
Nokia debuts Linux-powered Internet tablet
News Story Alliance to develop supercomputer unveiled, my boss on TV!
News Article: Scottish industry alliance to build 'supercomputer' "Nallatech is delighted to realise its vision of bringing together academia, government and industry to form the FPGA High Performance Computing Alliance,” Allan Cantle, Nallatech President and CEO, said. “Scotland has long been at the forefront of FPGA Computing and we are excited to further establish the region as the continuing centre of excellence in the industry.”
WSJ.com - Intel CEO Extols Patience; Yahoo Stresses Personalization; Bloggers Take Center Stage and Recommends Apple

Wednesday, May 25, 2005

BBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | The world's least likely internet nerd? sype in guyana
The State of the Scripting Universe an excellent article, great overview of tcl, ruby, php, python and perl. with comments from jeff hobbs
Laura and Edmund's Wedding

Monday, May 23, 2005

Vestax VRX2000 burn your own vinyl, only ~$7000
Wired News: Next for BitTorrent: Search "Whiz kid inventor Bram Cohen and a small cadre of developers and entrepreneurs are in the final stage of launching an advertising-supported search engine dedicated to cataloging and indexing the thousands of movies, music tracks, software programs and other files for download over Cohen's popular BitTorrent protocol."
Music thing: TINY MUSIC MAKERS: Pt 1: The 'Intel Inside' chimes Austrian KLF fan Walter Werzowa had never heard of Intel when they asked him to compose a 3 second jingle for them. Last year alone, they spent $350m promoting the sound he created in his home studio by paying PC companies to use it in their ads.
EBUYER Bargain KAM (KAMKIT 15) - 1x GM-25SE Mixer + 2 x DDX750 Decks (Direct Drive) £229.98 inc VAT

Sunday, May 22, 2005

productdose.com development site ? Blog Archive ? If 6 Was 9 burn vinyl at home, nice
General [M]ayhem - powered by vBulletin generally nonsense chat
Paris Hilton Hack Started With Old-Fashioned Con: "But one young hacker who claimed to have been involved in the data theft said the crime only succeeded after one member of a small group of hackers tricked a T-Mobile employee into divulging information that only employees are supposed to know."
A9home emerges in beta form - RISC OS News, Software and Information
BBC SPORT | Football | Scottish Premier | Motherwell 2-1 Celtic what a turn-up

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Indians reign supreme in CA's million-$ challenge: "alent pool of the open source community, while providing substantial financial compensation to those who successfully met its requirements.

Under its terms, open source developers were invited to create solutions that enable users of popular databases to migrate to Ingres. Qualifying solutions were eligible for cash awards up to $400,000, with a total purse of $1 million.

Shift2Ingres, an Oracle migration toolkit submitted by Harsh Azad, Rohit Gaddi, Achal Rastogi, Geetanjali Bahuguna and Ashutosh Upadhyay of New Delhi won the largest prize of $400,000.

EzyMigrate, submitted by Danes John and Varghese Jacob of Kerala, was awarded a prize of $100,000;

DbConverter, submitted by Bipin Prasad of New York, "
NewsForge | Opera and Firefox: A side-by-side review
BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Crystal Palace
Mac Mini Surgery Silas installed rechargable batteries inside the case, delivering a couple of hours of runtime while retaining the small form factor. Although it runs fine without wires, he had to plug in the monitor to be able to show that it was really up
Asterisk on OpenWRT part 2 - Lest Blood Be Shed
HOW-TO: WRT Client Mode - hack a day - www.hackaday.com _
Synergy Redirecting the mouse and keyboard is as simple as moving the mouse off the edge of your screen. Synergy also merges the clipboards of all the systems into one, allowing cut-and-paste between systems. Furthermore, it synchronizes screen savers so they all start and stop together and, if screen locking is enabled, only one screen requires a password to unlock them all. Learn more about how it works.
MythTV Gets Ready for the Open-Market!
MS media centre promo
PalmOne LifeDrive Review
Tech Digest: Intel's pop art PC - the E-Shell
The Game Boy Micro: What we know - Engadget - www.engadget.com
Nintendo Revolution: What we know - Engadget - www.engadget.com
NewsForge | Flawed BPL is no broadband panacea
Sony | NSP-1 linux media box

Monday, May 16, 2005

LIVEdigitally ? The Baddest A$$ External Hard Drive Enclosure
News : Article Nintendo Reveals Early Details About Revolution

Friday, May 06, 2005

FAQ: How Real ID will affect you | CNET News.com we might end up with the same stuff in the UK

Thursday, May 05, 2005

Orion Multisystems Last week, Orion started shipping its long awaited 96-processor (Transmeta Tinside) deskside cluster.
websvn.tigris.org PHP based web interface of Subversion repositories
CoolTechZone::Column - The Dual-Core War: Is Intel in Trouble?