Friday, March 31, 2006

Confessions on a Dance floor


Ministry of Sound, the biggest brand in clubland, is launching a new chain of bars this Friday, 31 March 2006. The first Minibar is in Harrogate, Yorkshire, and there are plans to open another thirty in major towns across the United Kingdom.
Since November of last year, relaxed licensing laws have made it possible for liquor-pouring establishments in the UK to stay open as long as they like. Inspired by private member's clubs and bars in upscale hotels, the Minibar will feature various zones with different ambiances, allowing customers to change the mood of their evening by moving from zone to zone.
TJ:::via Springwise

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

The Republic of Tea


The Republic of Tea has a mission to start a Tea Revolution by infusing our culture with a new and relevant tea ceremony. Visit The Republic of Tea . With the purpose to enrich people's lives through the experience of fine tea and the Sip by Sip life - a life of health, balance and well-being.

Iraqi Documents Are Put on Web, and Search Is On

Operation Iraqi Freedom Documents:::American intelligence agencies and presidential commissions long ago concluded that Saddam Hussein had no unconventional weapons and no substantive ties to Al Qaeda before the 2003 invasion. But now, an unusual experiment in public access is giving anyone with a computer a chance to play intelligence analyst and second-guess the government.
Under pressure from Congressional Republicans, the director of national intelligence has begun a yearlong process of posting on the Web 48,000 boxes of Arabic-language Iraqi documents captured by American troops. But Representative Peter Hoekstra, the Michigan Republican who is chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and who led the campaign to get the documents released, does not believe they have received adequate scrutiny. Mr. Hoekstra said he wanted to "unleash the power of the Net" to do translation and analysis that might take the government decades. "People today ought to be able to have a closer look inside Saddam's regime," he said. All the documents, which are available on: fmso.leavenworth.army.mil/products-docex.htm have received at least a quick review by Arabic linguists and do not alter the government's official stance, officials say.

Friday, March 24, 2006

Quote

"Though I am not naturally honest, I am so sometimes by chance". -William Shakespeare

Cerveza Beer Advert

Check this ad. You will love it http://youtube.com/watch?v=JUnoEc2T-e8

Friday, March 17, 2006

Stratellite


A Stratellite™ is a high-altitude airship that when in place in the stratosphere will provide a stationary platform for transmitting various types of wireless communications services currently transmitted from cell towers and satellites. It is not a balloon or a blimp. It is a high-altitude airship.
Made of Space age Materials and powered by solar powered electrical engines, each Stratellite will reach its final altitude by utilizing proprietary lifting gas technology. Once in place at 65,000 feet (approx. 13 miles) and safely above the jet stream, each Stratellite will remain in one GPS coordinate, providing the ideal wireless transmission platform. The Stratellites are unmanned airships and will be monitored from the Company's Operation Centers on the ground.
A Stratellite will have a payload capacity of several thousand pounds and clear line-of-sight to approximately 300,000 square miles, an area roughly the size of Texas .
The Stratellite is similar to a satellite in concept, but is stationed in the stratosphere rather than in orbit. Existing satellites provide easy "download" capabilities, but because of their high altitude are not practical for commercially viable "two-way" high-speed data communication. The Stratellite will allow subscribers to easily communicate in "both directions" using readily available wireless devices.
Once the US National Wireless Broadband Network is completed, Sanswire will be able to provide voice, video, and broadband Internet access to all parts of the country.
Our subscribers will be able to sit in their home on a laptop computer while connected to the Internet at high-speed. If they need to go to the office or across town, they simply close the laptop and take off. When they get to their destination, they open their laptop and they are still on the Internet. If they need to travel to another city, they simply take their laptop with them and when they get to where they are going, they open their laptop again and they are still connected. No more finding local access numbers. No more tying up phone lines. No more modem hassles. And more importantly, no more slow speeds.

Supercomputers


CPUShare has been founded by Andrea Arcangeli with the goal of connecting together the computers of the Internet in order to create a general purpose Low Cost and World Wide Supercomputer available to everybody to use in a matter of minutes, controlled by a market for the CPU resources that chooses the price of the CPU resources using the supply and demand law in real time.
CPUShare allows the home users to be rewarded with cash and in turn to profit from the significant power of their hardware that otherwise would be wasted every day.

Themail


Themail is a visualization of the contents of a person's email archive. The application is designed to be used by the owner of the email archive and it addresses two main questions:1) What kinds of things do I talk about with my various email contacts?2) How do my email conversations with one person differ from my conversations with other people?

Cool Clubs

The Silent Disco parties, developed in the Netherlands and the concept involves a DJ, numerous sets of wireless headphones and a huge number of people who are not afraid to look stupid. The concept is very unique and pretty funky. The DJs tunes are broadcast on a particular frequency that only the party goers headsets can pick up.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Virus Alert


Trojan Cryzip extorts decryption fee. A Trojan making the rounds encrypts victims' files and demands a $300 payment to have them decrypted and unlocked, according to a report by security firm Lurhq Threat Intelligence Group.
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New logos for our blog



The two new logos i've created. It is up to you..
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Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Brave New Web

Get your free Ether Phone Number. Set your rate. Set your hours. Your phone only rings when people pay to talk to you. We all have something valuable to say. Whether you're an accountant, a computer expert, a blogger, or a good gossiper, you can earn money selling what you say to others over the phone or through email.

Writely


Writely The Web Word Processor...that's now part of Google.

.:Share documents instantly & collaborate real-time.
.:Pick exactly who can access your documents.

.:Edit your documents from anywhere.
.:Nothing to download -- your browser is all you need.
.:Store your documents securely online.
.:Offsite storage plus data backup every 10 seconds.
.:Easy to use.
.:Clean, uncluttered screens with a familiar, desktop feel.

Google Pack

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Monday, March 13, 2006

Tips

Convert just about anything to anything else. Over 5,000 units, and 50,000 conversions.
A good online conversion tool :)

Blogs


A great fashion blog to watch is Go fug yourself about what famous and rich are wearing with photos. Enjoy a gossip blog.

Emoticons


Get cool Winks, Emoticons, Sound FX, Display Pictures, Nudges & more with SweetIM.

Friday, March 10, 2006

My New Bike


Dear friends am presenting you my new bike Trek 7.5 fx. I think it looks great.

X-treme Hotel



























Themed room hotels are becoming increasingly popular throughout Europe. The concept of decorating each room on individual artists works and varied themes has elevated the concept of the hip hotel to new heights.Berlin's Propeller Island City Lodge is the latest offering in the art room hotel genre.

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Origami project


Today Microsoft officially flipped the switch on the buzz machine for their Origami Project. Turns out - Microsoft's Origami Project is about a new category of handheld computers. Interestingly - after all the hype - the devices will not be marketed as "Origamis," but as Ultra Mobile PCs or UMPCs.
The company says its portable miniature devices will come from three manufacturers; Samsung, Asus and Chinese manufacturer - Founder. The devices are expected to weigh less than 2.5 pounds, and to offer a battery life of atleast 2.5 hours.

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Maps

World Wind by NASA lets you zoom from satellite altitude into any place on Earth. Leveraging Landsat satellite imagery and Shuttle Radar Topography Mission data, World Wind lets you experience Earth terrain in visually rich 3D, just as if you were really there.

Fashion


Car Jeans&Casuals. Dutch Jeans and Casual clothing manufacturer. Thanks Pogias

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

iPod Boombox

Apple unveiled the new iPod Boombox today! For $349, iPod Hi-Fi delivers crystal-clear, audiophile-quality sound in a clean, compact design.

New Google web page creator

Create your own web pages, quickly and easily. Google Page Creator is a free online tool that makes it easy for anyone to create and publish useful, attractive web pages in just minutes.

Sell your photos to the press


If you capture a newsworthy event, you could have a valuable scoop on your hands. Scoopt can sell your photos and videos to the media - and you'll get paid just like a professional. Who will take tomorrow's front page photograph - a professional press photographer or a passer-by armed with a cameraphone?

Follow our money

A group of Web developers in Portland, Ore., recently launched Networthiq.com, a social networking Web site still in beta that is for money fanatics what MySpace has become for the music-obsessed. Users sign up and create profiles based on their net worth. They can then compare themselves with others by age, income, job, or geographic location, link to other users, and track their progress on a blog.

 
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