Monthly Archives: October 2005

Google Base confirmed

It would seem that that sneak peek at Google Base that some of us got was the real thing. It also seems that all of us that were speculating that it could be some sort of Google Craigslist are possibly … Continue reading

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Computer Tech Network

Much like any other network, computerrepair.com‘s network is comprised of people from all over everywhere. Basically, a tech signs up as a tech on the site and people in need of a tech use the site to find the techs. … Continue reading

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Comedy Central Sets the Standard for IPTV

Comedy central announced that it is preparing to unveil an internet based IPTV network called motherload. Apparently it launches November 1st with 5 channels and access to 250 video clips. Initially they plan to offer it as a complimentary service … Continue reading

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Best of Free Software v1.0

Well, I just put together a short list of some of the best free software apps out there. It’s mainly windows oriented at this time, but I plan to fill it out in future additions. I hope to make this … Continue reading

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Google to launch Google Base

Google is getting set to launch a new service called “[tag]Google Base[/tag]” sometime this week. Philipp Lenssen had this in his post: Post your items on Google. Google Base is Google’s database into which you can add all types of … Continue reading

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The London Symphony Orchestra Plays Mario Brothers :)

So yeah, not much to say here. Just click on the link it’s quite an experience to say the least. london symphony orchestra – super mario brothers theme.mp3 (audio/mpeg Object)

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Surfing at Work Blocked? Free Web Proxy

Well as talked about recently on digg this looks like a better option than “hidemyass” proxy service. It appears to be simple, fast, and doesn’t have an offensive url that might already be blocked by your company. It seems fitting … Continue reading

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No Longer Safe for Work: Blogs

Christopher Null over on Wired wrote a bit on how blogs are becoming “no longer safe for work.” Apparently many places have security filters set up to block access to — among other things — any website that contains the … Continue reading

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Congress to spend $3B to crush TV

Well although some people seem really worked up about it I’m glad to see it happen. Congress is sticking to their Dec 31st, 2008 date to pull the plug on analog TV. They’re trying to pass a bill to provide … Continue reading

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New LED light technology could change the way you see

An accidental discovery, this new form of lighting that uses “nano-dots” that glow extremely brighter than even their light source. These new fangled bulbs could last for nearly 50,000 hours and are twice as bright as a normal 60 Watt … Continue reading

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