Monthly Archives: April 2006

H.A.L. This is your Father.

Lee at Music you (possibly) won’t hear anyplace else made the discovery recently of a old LP from 1961 whit a few synthesized computer language tracks on it. The significance of this is that it could possibly be one of … Continue reading

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Win a HP Compaq Tablet TC1100

Palm Addicts is putting on a contest of sorts. A user will be picked at random from the people who post onto the palm addicts forums between today and the end date. What’s the end date you ask? we will … Continue reading

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Comprehensive Web 2.0 list

David at VentureBlog pointed out(and relisted a portion) a list of Web 2.0 businesses. It’s no secret that I’m a believer in there being another bubble thats getting ready to burst. This list only seems to have reinforced that feeling. … Continue reading

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The Social Corruption of Digg.com

Front Page Gangs?  Digg Police? Banned URL’s?  Not in a social Web 2.0 site right?  Wrong.  Along with a fair amount of corroborating evidence, forever geek’s post “Digg Corrupted: Editor’s Playground, not User driven Website” exposes what has become one … Continue reading

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How many search pages do you go?

The BBC(via Slashdot) reported on a study that says that not only do people generally stop after page 3 of the results, but that 62% click on a result from the first page. I guess I didn’t see the results … Continue reading

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Free Broadband forever

Carphone Warehouse, a UK telephony company, announced the pricing for it’s newest bundled package.  The package, which is 9.99 a month includes free broadband forever, or for as long as you have the service.  Here’s the rundown from the press … Continue reading

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Daktronics Builds World’s Largest HD Video Display

Daktronics of local(to us) Brookings, South Dakota created and installed the world’s largest high definition video display.  The display, installed in Miami Dolphins stadium, measures 50 feet high and 137 feet across.  Gizmag has more details and techeblog has a … Continue reading

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Introducing the iMac… I mean Compaq B2800

Aside from the fact that this looks like something out of a milk bar in “A Clockwork Orange”, why is it that everyone insists on imitating the iMac and iPod designs? Is it because they are so popular? And why … Continue reading

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Microsoft Admits Malware Becoming Incurable

In another bold and somewhat obvious statement a spokesman for Microsoft suggested that business’ should consider investing in an automated system to wipe and reinstall Windows on machines as much of the malware coming out is considered incurable by MS. … Continue reading

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