23 Sep 2006

“Bioengineered Buddies” Found by Bob!

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19 Sep 2006

May your day be filled with birthday snails! :@)

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19 Sep 2006

Lifehacker: “When I bought my first Mac last month – a 15″ MacBook Pro – I wasn’t thrilled about the $2000+ price tag (even though I did save a few hundred upgrading the RAM myself). But I wasn’t just buying one computer, I was getting two. Not only was I: 1) getting a Mac, a

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12 Sep 2006
11 Sep 2006

Ooh I am just raving over this groundbreaking little gadget!!! Sony is constantly coming up with innovative ideas that should be blasting away the competition and this is my favourite example: Sony S2 Sports® 2 GB MP3 Player Available for pre-ordering @ $150 and comes with the wristband. Expected ship date: September 15, 2006. My

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11 Sep 2006

OhGizmo reports: “We usually hide videos after the fold, but this is special. See, a lot of people got weak at the knees, back in December of last year, when news that Japan’s Asahi Breweries were giving away 5,000 beer-pouring robots as part of a special contest. Check out the comments on that article to get

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11 Sep 2006

This video is from a recent TV show – “Hey, I have talent!” Click here if you can’t see the video above. Thanks Hamlet!

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08 Sep 2006

CHRISEKBLOG: “FreeEnigma brings cryptography to webmail, with an ingenious set of free and open browser plug-ins that work with Yahoo, Gmail, and others. The plugins implement a version of GPG (the free/open version of Pretty Good Privacy) and scramble and de-scramble the text in your webmail before you send it and after you receive it,

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07 Sep 2006

Think of an object and the AI will try to figure out what you are thinking by asking simple questions. The object you think of should be something that most people would know about, but, not a specific person, place or thing.

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07 Sep 2006

Water fluoridation was first advanced in the US at the end of the second World War when the government had tons of fluoride – a nuclear waste byproduct – to get rid of. We have found ingenious ways to get rid of it – partly by introducing it into our water supply and toothpaste. Proponents

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