Monthly Archives: December 2005

Software Notebook: Hotmail successor in works (and review of it)

By now most people have heard, there is a Windows Live Mail currently in beta. It is known as Kahuna. It is what Hotmail will eventually be converted to. I found a pretty good bit on the project – and … Continue reading

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Microsoft, MTV get the URGE

Software giant Microsoft and Music Mogul MTV have teamed up to create the URGE music service. A combination of subscription based “stations” and pay-per-download songs, URGE should immediately have the clout to compete with the likes of Real Player and … Continue reading

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Vonage Releasing Wi-Fi Phone

Vonage is set to announce the release of it’s F1000 Wi-Fi handset. This will give the ability of users with the F1000 to use their Vonage service anywhere they can connect to a Wi-Fi Hotspot. The one downside is that … Continue reading

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Is Yahoo! the new Google?

There has been much talk lately about the far reaching arms of Google. While we have all been focused on Google, an online old-timer is sneaking up on us. Yahoo! is coming everyone. With it’s recent purchases of sites and … Continue reading

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Busy Day

So we here at SGB were busy with a few things. Irrision.com and Olorinpc.com were down due to parts of the downtown being on fire. Irrision’s recording of the events (aftermath photos.) Comments on Olorinpc.com Last: ThatEdeGuy’s post on the … Continue reading

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Firefox Extensions

A recent foray into roaming profiles caused me to have to re-install most(read: all) of my mozilla themes and extensions. I was surprised at how many extensions I have acumulated since I began using firefox nearly 9 months ago(I got … Continue reading

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Windows OneCare Live – First impressions

So I installed Windows OneCare Live this morning at work. The install was pretty quick and painless, so no real problems there. https://www.windowsonecare.com/members/getstarted.aspx gives a good walk-through to get a feel for how the program works. The basic idea of … Continue reading

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Microsoft SNARF Debuts

Social this, social that. These days, it seems like everyone is putting out some sort of tech tool with the word social attached to it. Doesn’t seem to matter whether it has anything to do with being social or society. … Continue reading

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