Hobbit-size skull discovered on remote Indonesian island (photo of skull)“Probably this is one of the most important discoveries in hominid paleontological history,” says University of Pittsburgh paleontologist Jeffrey Schwartz. “This is just about the wildest thing anyone could have discovered.” The team led by Peter Brown of Australia’s University of New England describes the being
Dogs Dogs BakeryThe UK’s first bakery just for dogs!
Tired Japanese Man I want to tell you how much Japanese business man is tired.“I have experience to work in other countries. So I know how hard Japanese business man work comparing with American people, Chinese people and Thailand people. I never say that all foreign people is lazy. But I never hesitate to say
I knew there was something missing…Click Nathan and art by harry have been added to the recommended list. Enjoy!
Aural Aphasia – Een dag was daar“An Afrikaans ambient track. Believe it, bru!” (Thanks Ken)
ACCESS DENIED! “President George W Bush’s re-election campaign said on Wednesday it had cut its website, www.georgewbush.com, off from access from certain foreign countries, “for security reasons,” but declined to elaborate. South Africa, along with Britain, Australia, France, Holland and other countries, is one of many countries that has been blocked.” For lovers of the
Poes Pictures“Now I know that for our Afrikaans or Dutch speaking internet users, POES stands for something completely different than Polar Orbiting Environmental Satellites. Go check out the latest POES images pages for some interesting pics and even how to receive signals from these satellites.” ~ Aquila Online
Think your new Pentium 4 based system is fast? You think the big 8-way Zeon servers are super fast? Wait until you get your hands on the PS3 with processing power equal to 125 of Intel’s new Itanium 2 Processors! Playstation 3 News Processor“In order to design the most powerful processor possible with current technology,
Sony’s Wireless PSP’s Price and Release Date Announced!Sony Computer Entertainment announced that the PSP (Playstation Portable) will hit retailers on December 12, 2004, at a recommended Japanese retail price of 19,800 yen ($185). As shown on the official PSP website, the handheld will be available in two very affordable packages; standard and value. The standard
Ground-breaking all-round 3D display system developed by Hitachi! Hitachi, Ltd. announced the development of an all-around three-dimensional display system that enables projected images to be viewed from any angle. The effect is made possible by the projection of twenty-four images of an object, taken from twenty-four different angles, on to a spinning screen. Without the