SiliconeZone Bakeware

by Anita - on September 9, 2005

If you are looking for the perfect bakeware for today’s modern kitchen then look no further than SiliconeZone Bakeware. These are the newest most modern kitchen baking accessories around that are so simple to use that you will just love them. The SiliconeZone Bakeware will be the best gift ever to the busy mom that loves cooking but never seems to have the time. They are lightweight, non-stick, rust proof, …

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Stabilo left handed pen

by Marc - on September 9, 2005

Satbilo \'s Move

For a geek, communicating in the old fashioned scribblestick/dead tree manner is a pain. It’s slow, it uses long-forgotten muscle groups and the end result is (if you’re me) complete illegible to anyone else. Us southpaws also have the problem of that awkward grip on the pen and the invariable smudging that goes along with pushing your hand over fresh ink. There’s nothing anyone can do about the speed and …

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First views on Firefox 1.5 Beta 1

by Al - on September 9, 2005


Mozilla’s Firefox 1.5 beta was released today to the surprise of many, and those who awaits the promising new feature of the popular web browser. It has been released to the community, especially for Web application developers, and extension developers. Home users can also make use of the availability to try out this new web browser

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Apple iPod Nano

by Al - on September 8, 2005

IPOD nano

Apple have done it again and released yet another iPod and it’s tiny. Measuring just 0.27 inches thick and weighing in at (the blue corner) a measly 1.5 ounces. It does look pretty cool and with prices starting at $99 I’m sure it will be on a few shopping lists. Comes in black or silver (obvious from the pics I know) and more importantly 2GB or 4GB versions both having …

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Sony DSC-R1 Camera

by Marc - on September 8, 2005

Sony D2

New cameras appear from all corners on an almost daily basis but the DSC-R1 from Sony is worthy of some attention. It’s the latest and greatest model in Sony’s line of “prosumer” digital cameras and it’s got a few very interesting features: – An APS-C sized sensor. To put it simply the sensor is responsible for capturing the incoming light from the lens and turning it into an image. Bigger …

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Motorola Rockr

by Marc - on September 8, 2005

Motorola Rockr

Motorola have finally released their long-awaited iTunes compatible phone/MP3 player. Apple announced the device yesterday but it took until today for pictures and specs to appear on Motorola’s website. Specs look good – bluetooth, camera and all the other bits you’d expect on a current phone. It has some built in speakers (why…?) and as you’d expet it will pause the music when you take a call. It should be …

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GNOME 2.12 is Out

by Al - on September 8, 2005

Gnome 2.12

GNOME have just released a new version (2.12 ) of the their award winning desktop environment and development tools for Linux (and UNIX). It looks to have various fixes and improvements over previous versions. In the release notes they even say how they have improved the mines games, now the first click is guaranteed not to be mine, now how nice is that little attention to detail. You can download …

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Oasis Insta-Pool

by Anita - on September 7, 2005


How many of us have always wished we could afford a nice family size pool in our backyard, but when we look at a price tag of around $30,000, we just give up? Well, now you can have a wonderful pool set up in a few minutes that will only cost a fraction of the large price tag. The Oasis Insta-Pool will not tear up your yard and you will …

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