Archive for May, 2005
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I haved started using Upcoming. When this post slides off the front page, you will find my Upcoming link on the about page.
Do you ever need to find the temperature on something at a distance? Guess not. But it’s a cool tool anyway! (Via Deadprogrammer) Technorati tags: technology / gadgets / temperature / cool
here. (Via Jon Lech Johansen)
Spoiler warning! See the list at Starwars.com.
Once there was a dog, a white dog, that ate everything it could sink it’s teeth into. Once it’s master were away for more than 7 seconds: Mayhem! Mobile phones, clothes, furniture, the floor, skulls, canned food. Everything. Every time it’s master entered the room, he sighed: “Oh no, my dog just ate it!”
The Siemens experts at the Remote Expert Center for Power Plants in Karlsruhe, Germany, has some NASTY monitors! Wow! Imagine Final Cut Pro 5 on that one! (Via Mike’s list) (Siemens press picture).
ThinkGeek, Threadless or some other cool t-shirt vendor should make some of these. Technorati tags: t-shirt
My about page is now fixed. It has been looking like crap for some time…
Pick a koala, hug it, and your friend across the ocean feels a hug in his vest. Only problem so far: Who would wear that silly vest all the time?
100% sure. I must say I’m impressed that the CEO of Intel can be this honest. And not be stuck in OS religions. Kudos to Paul! “Mr. Otellini had a startling confession: He spends an hour a weekend removing spyware from his daughter’s computer. And when further pressed about whether a mainstream computer user in [...]
Remember the Bunbury storm pics? Now, ksntv.com has some amazing ones too.
My Del.icio.us links are in here somewhere. Yup, here they are…
Very funny – and clever – review of Star Wars: Episode III by Anthony Lane in The New Yorker.