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Remember that old Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup commercial where the guy is like "You got chocolate in my peanut butter!" and the other guy is like "You got peanut butter in my chocolate!" Well that’s what we have here except it is a car and a motorcycle.
People cover one part of their bodies with record sleeves which gives an illusion and just looks great. These are their attempts to express their view of the story the vinyl album cover’s try to tell us. The results are stunning and really funny. A massive gallery of 46 cool pictures is waiting for you.
This kit analyzes your dog's DNA and identifies the breeds in its ancestry. It provides scientific confirmation of the physical characteristics, behavioral tendencies, personality traits, and potential health risks your mixed-breed dog has inherited. A professional laboratory tests a cotton swab that you simply rub against the inside of your dog's cheek and send to the lab in the provided envelope.
Combining the telephoto magnification of a telescope with the portability and dual viewfinder design of a pair of binoculars, these professional grade optics are ideal for both celestial and terrestrial viewing.
Shipped in their own substantial hard case, they are crafted from heavy-duty aluminum and steel, and are completely waterproof for regular outdoor use, including boat deck viewing and snowy weather.
Includes two interchangeable eyepieces capable of up to 40X magnification. The binoculars are constructed with BAK-4 prisms for the highest density glass resulting in reduced light scattering and sharp, bright images.
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Dying sucks. Dying because you were making a Twitter post…while you were in the bathtub is even worse. Darwin approves this news post.
A teenage girl was discovered dead this weekend, electrocuted after dropping her laptop in the bathtub. Why did she need a computer in the tub? So she could update Twitter. About what she was tweeting remains unclear, but it was hopefully something more meaningful than the soap she was using.
PCWorld has a story about a user who is testing the limits of the system requirements for a bootable, working installation of Windows 7. He just got it working on a Pentium II 266 with 96MB of RAM and a 4MB video card. Funky.
He continued to alter the memory amount, achieving success with two of three setups: 128 MB and 96 MB. Unfortunately, Windows 7 didn't seem to enjoy only having 64 megabytes of memory to work with, marking hackerman's stopping point with that version of the experiment.
A precise Deutsche-Wurlitzer replica of the legendary model 1015 (first built in 1946), this classic jukebox houses a thoroughly modern 200-watt stereo amplifier, six powerful speakers, and a microprocessor-controlled 100-CD changer.
The jukebox comes stocked with 50 Billboard CDs with hits of the 50s, 60s, and 70s that are stored vertically but displayed horizontally for play or browsing (it's easy to switch the cds with those from your own library if desired).
Designed by renowned ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Hamilton P. Collins II, this rechargeable ear dryer eliminates the moisture trapped in the outer ear canal, the medium that allows germs to grow freely and potentially lead to serious ear infections such as Otitis Externa ("Swimmer's Ear")
It is the biggest private yacht in existence and comes with a missile-detection system, two helipads, a luxury spa, swimming pool and a miniature submarine. But when you're Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, only the most ostentatious displays of wealth will do.
His latest baby is the Eclipse, a 557-footer reported to have cost a staggering £300million.
These works place Fairy Tale characters in modern day scenarios. In all of the images the Princess is placed in an environment that articulates her conflict. The '...happily ever after' is replaced with a realistic outcome and addresses current issues.
This is the iPod dock with portable, wireless rechargeable speakers that allow you to listen to music anywhere in your home. This system uses 2 3/4" spherical, wireless speakers that operate on a wide 915 MHz frequency that won't interfere with other wireless devices.
Each 3-watt speaker produces clear, vibrant sound up to 120' away from the dock. The dock accepts most iPod models and transmits music to both speakers, which serve as stereo speakers when both are listened to in the same room (mono when used separately).
This is the only air-powered hockey table designed for three players instead of the usual two, adding faster play and a greater challenge to air-powered hockey play.
The triangular shape allows each player to directly challenge both of his or her opponents, and the nontraditional angles result in unpredictable ricochets and increased action that require rapid reflexes and a keen eye. The table can be easily converted to two-player play with the addition of a rail that cordons off one of the wings.
Sometimes even the finest translators come up against words that defy translation. Many languages include words that don’t have a simple counterpart in another language. When translators come across such a word, they usually describe it so that it makes sense in the target language.
Made with a traditional Mason jar and high tech energy efficient lighting! Captured inside the jar are a highly efficient solar cell, rechargeable battery and low energy LED lamps. When the jar is placed in sunlight the solar cell creates an electrical current that charges the battery over a few hours. This energy is then used at night to power the three LED lamps inside the jar.
This is the full-color moving map that shows at a glance what time it is throughout the world. The 15" x 26" map revolves within its frame at a speed that precisely represents the the earth's rotation and continuously displays what areas of the earth lie in daylight or darkness.
The analog dial system automatically charts the time in the world's 40 time zones on a 24-hour scale. Backlit by two 15-watt fluorescent tubes, a set of cam-driven, light-diffusing, flexible mylar panels produce an illuminated gray pattern that slowly adjusts with the seasons (and daylight savings time).
An exciting edition of a classic board game, this electronic version evokes the sounds and images of Star Wars in four different strategy games, including solo play and player-to-player challenge.
The system guides players through the different games with digitized voice commands, while the distinctive sound of ion cannons, concussion missiles, and proton torpedoes signal salvo launches as players try to knock out their opponent's Star Destroyers, X-Wing Fighters, Millenium Falcon, and other iconic ships from the movie series.
For those of you not wanting to pay $50 a year for anti-virus / anti-malware protection, a beta version of Microsoft’s Security Essentials will be out early next week. The service will be free and remain free even after the beta period is over. I’ll guinea pig it for you and try it out when it is available and tell you how it is.
Microsoft announced in November that it was dropping its Live OneCare service in favor of a slimmed-down free offering designed to encourage more people, particularly those who don't want to pay for it and fear it will slow down their computer, to use antivirus software.
'barbiefoot' by french designer chloe ruchon combines the iconic doll with table football. on one side it uses barbie's pink, frilly world and on the other its uses the predominantly male world of table soccer, the one that is traditionally called 'babyfoot' in france.
Winner of the Silver Award from the Parents Choice Foundation, this experiment kit gives children a fun, hands-on way to discover fuel cells, one of the most significant technologies of the 21st century.
This kit makes 30 distinct experiments, including a car that uses solar power and a fuel cell to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen by electrolysis, and then runs on the resulting energy. Experiments cover electrolysis and its effect on water, how to construct and load a reversible fuel cell, decomposition of water in a fuel cell, and many others.
This outdoor theater system's 12' inflatable screen, two 80-watt amplified speakers, and high-resolution DVD projector transform your backyard into a vivid cinema. The screen's frame inflates in under five minutes using the included electric pump, and its commercial-grade, weather-resistant PVC construction allows the screen to be used near swimming pools and remain outdoors during rain showers.
The bright, white vinyl screen accommodates the 16:9 widescreen format and its 114"-wide by 86"-high viewing surface is six times larger than a 52" television. With native 480p DVD resolution, a contrast ratio up to 300:1, and 1,000 ANSI lumens for optimal brightness, the projector displays widescreen images up to 150" wide on any surface.
In a new interview with MTV, City of Ember star Bill Murray has called for the makers of Ghostbusters 3 to introduce a female Ghostbuster. My first thought was that hottie who models the sexy Ghostbusters Halloween costume, but seriously it is a great idea.
Some are injured by lightning using hardwired video games, a U.S. researcher says. Dr. Mary Ann Cooper, director of the lightning injury research program at the University of Illinois at Chicago, notes an increasing number of people injured indoors using Play Stations and other such video games.
This is the USB web camera that has six built-in white LEDs, allowing use while in low light conditions. The LEDs are controlled with a simple dimmer switch that lets you adjust the brightness to suit light conditions. The auto-focusing, 2 MP camera is mounted to a semi-rigid cable that can be bent to any position--even into its own stand.
This is the 6' long, remote controlled reproduction of the RMS Titanic that includes authentic period details for the most discriminating nautical enthusiast.
Painstakingly reproduced at 1:150 scale and involving over 400 man-hours in its assembly, the model is constructed from over 300 individually handcrafted pieces, including sculpted cedar strips that overlay the molded fiberglass hull, white maple planks (stained to replicate the color of the originals) for the decking, and mahogany for various superstructures.
How long will an unchained bicycle last on a city street before someone steals it?
Using hidden cameras and cheap bicycles as bait, an Argentine publicist set out to gauge crime in different neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. The longer it takes for the bike to be stolen the safer the area, is his hypothesis.
This is the remote controlled water cannon that can direct a stream of water up to 100'. The cannon's base connects to a garden hose; three interchangeable nozzles (spray, mist, and stream) fit onto the end of the cannon's barrel, generating different spray patterns, enabling you to soak a wider number of playmates.
You can control it with the infrared remote while in direct line of sight from up to 30' away. The cannon can be rotated 270° for nearly complete horizontal coverage, and its barrel can be raised 20° and depressed 5°, allowing you to place it on the ground or on an outdoor structure to bypass fences, walls, or other passive defenses.
This is the Bluetooth speakerphone that attaches to your steering wheel, placing the microphone and speakers closer to you for easier conversations without taking your hands off the wheel.
The device uses two 2-watt speakers coupled with noise reduction and echo cancellation technologies for clear transmission and reception. Inbound calls appear on the device's 9/16" H display as either numbers or names (depending upon how your cell phone is set up), allowing you to accept or reject calls with a press of a button.
Volume, mute, and phone book buttons allow further control right from the steering wheel. The device can be paired with up to eight different cell phones and you can transfer up to 600 phone numbers to its 256MB memory.
Do you use IE8? Want ten thousand dollars? If you said "yes" I recommend you go to this Microsoft web page and get all the info.
We've buried $10,000 somewhere on the internet and the first one to find it, gets to keep it. If you're up for the challenge, follow @tengrand_IE8 on Twitter for daily clues that point you to the buried loot.
It is most commonly known simply as the DeLorean, as it was the only model ever produced by the company. The DMC-12 featured gull-wing doors with a fiberglass “underbody”, to which non-structural brushed stainless steel panels were affixed. A DeLorean was featured as a home-made time machine in the Back to the Future trilogy.
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Watching a movie is almost always a good experience. People are working months on one movie so the final product would occupy your attention for a hour or two.
I was eager to find out how much did it cost to make one second of the most popular movies ever produced. The answer is a lot. Blink for a moment and BAM! You've just missed thousands of dollars worth of material.
A furious Belgian father has gone to the police after his teenage daughter ended up with 56 stars tattooed on her face after allegedly asking the tattooist for "some points of colour".
As her father ate an ice cream outside, Miss Vlaeminck claims she fell asleep before waking up to find her face covered in the "nightmare" tattoos. "When he started to tattoo me, I did not feel pain and I fell asleep. I awoke as he tattooed me on the nose and I saw what he had done. I counted 56 stars," she said. "I cannot go out on to the street, I am so embarrassed. I just look ugly, a freak, mutilated."
Miss Vlaeminck and her family are seeking damages worth £9,000 to pay for laser surgery to remove the tattoos.
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- Does your computer take a long time to boot up? - Is your hard drive full? - Do you get popups? - Is your internet slow? - Does your notification taskbar look like this?- Is your keyboard dirty? - Is your printer out of ink? - Do you own a Mac? - Is your email account full? - Are your desktop icons cluttered? - Does your recycling bin need to be emptied? - Are you bored with your desktop background? - Is the top of your monitor dusty? - Does the word "uninstall" cause you great pain and emotional trauma?
Holy frak. If you thought the 59-foot-tall Gundam in Tokyo was impressive when it was finished, you haven't seen it fully armed and operative at night. Beautiful and actually scary. Check the impressive close up:
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Almost everyone in the world knows that a "hot chick" online is usually some old dude pretending to be a girl. Duh. You’d think that Fidel Castro’s son would be a little smarter than that. Wait…maybe not.
Luis Dominguez says he used the character to begin an online relationship with 40-year-old Antonio, the son of ex-leader Mr Castro. He refused to apologize for the deception, saying he wanted to show the "opulent lifestyles" of the Castros.
If Baskin Robbins corporate responsibility includes making people so obese and unhealthy that they won't be able to walk (or breathe without the help of tubes), then they have hit a home run with their new Heath Shake. Even the name for this colon-buster is funny--*The Heath Shake*. Just one letter away from health. Well, one letter and every ingredient away.
Serving Size 1 Serving (32 fl.oz) Amount Per Serving Calories 2310 Calories from Fat 970
I know, I know, according to the powers that be at Apple, Macs are an impenetrable fortress that are invulnerable to all forms of attack…yada, yada, yada. I’m just saying that Mac owners should be careful when they are crusin’ for porn today…which we all know they don’t do either….because there are two new Mac attacks out there.
Kopin Corporation, the leader in microdisplays for consumer and military applications, today announced a breakthrough in further shrinking the size of its color displays. By shrinking the color dots to a mere 2.9 x 8.7 µm from the previously announced 3.75 x 11.25 µm, Kopin has achieved a full-color VGA display (600 x 480 resolution) in a 0.27" diagonal size, which is by far the smallest VGA color-filter liquid crystal display (LCD) in the world.
Gizmodo has a handy bit of information for all you iPhone owners. That new "Find My iPhone" feature on your phone…yeah, that can be turned off…by the person that stole it.
So, if you wanna steal your friend's iPhone and not have them know where you absconded to, all you have to do it go into Settings, then hit Mail, Contact, Calendars and click on the MobileMe account. Turn off Find My iPhone and all your friend will get is a little yellow warning symbol when they try to track it if the phone's been previously located.
"Exocoetidae" - flying fish. They live in warm tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean Tihogo. The most striking feature - their fins, they are unusually large, like the wings and allow the fish to fly. Thus, they flee from predators. Depending on the wind, they can overcome the distance from 50 to 400 meters.
If you like to search for "music lyrics" or "free" things, you are engaging in risky cyber behavior. And "free music downloads" puts 20 percent of Web surfers in harm's way of malicious software, known as "malware."
Riskiest terms: word unscrambler, lyrics, myspace, free music downloads, phelps, game cheats, printable fill-in puzzles, free ringtones and solitaire.
Microsoft has responded to claims that Project Natal is unable to track the movements of people with dark skin. The company says the technology works with everyone and even used a video of Sugar Ray Leonard, Eric Dickerson and Willie Gault all playing games without any issues as an example.
African-American videogames journalist N'Gai Croal was reported to have had problems steering Burnout Paradise using Project Natal during a demonstration at E3. Early reaction on NeoGAF claimed that the melanin in black skin interferes with near-infrared spectroscopy, which Project Natal apparently uses.
If there is a real controversy in Project Natal it is the full body motion capture that focuses on 48 interest points on a human body. Why? Because of THIS.
You have never seen the like - a truly unique sofa that converts into a 6ft pool table! Produced as a collaboration between Pierce upholsterers of Accrington and Riley, the famous pool and snooker table manufacturers, this is an exceedingly rare piece, and if not a prototype, then it was produced in a very limited quantity.
It looks like a very ordinary neutral brown dralon upholstered sofa, then the back flips round and turns into a pool table. There are two leveling adjustable feet underneath.
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The moon has been in plain view for all of human history, but it's only within the past few decades that it's been possible to travel there. And for just about as long as the moon has been within reach, people have been arguing about lunar property rights: Can astronauts claim the moon for king and country, as in the Age of Discovery? Are corporations allowed to expropriate its natural resources, and individuals to own its real estate?
Australian company 360desktop maker of a "panoramic desktop platform," called 360desktop. Available for free from its Web site, the platform extends the Windows desktop into a panoramic workspace (users pan either left or right to access the additional "space").
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Imagine the perfect flying experience - no queues, a reclining seat, perhaps a glass of chilled champagne. Add four-poster beds, a Turkish bath for four and somewhere to put the Rolls-Royce - not to mention a boardroom with holographic screens and a concert hall.
Then you've got a £300million flying palace - a superjumbo designed to order for a Middle Eastern prince.
Sonya Thomas wolfed down 36 hot dogs in 10 minutes Saturday during the competition at MacArthur Center in Norfolk, Va., claiming the state title for the third time. She expressed disappointment she couldn't top her personal best of 39, The (Norfolk) Virginian-Pilot reported.
Thomas, who weighs 100 pounds, told the newspaper, "You know, I'm not really that full. But we're eating so fast, it can make me sick. I could eat more if we had more time."
The first problem with this burger was that men were turned off it (much like Diet Coke which lead to Coke Zero). The next problem was its taste. In the advert above you see that McDonald’s was marketing it as “low fat but tastes great” – but it didn’t.
The fat that was removed was replaced with water – but to make the water stay in the meat, it was mixed with carrageenan – seaweed to you and me. The burger tasted awful, had a limited market, and failed dismally which is really no surprise.
The system, known as PhantomAlert, feeds the locations of speed cameras and red-light cameras into standard Global Positioning System devices and prompts the devices to warn drivers when they are near one.
The other night I was watching American History X and somehow I had forgotten about the shower scene. This made me wonder if they give guides to new inmates. You know the simple stuff like when lunch is, a map of the prison, and ways to keep your "virginity" when it comes to taking a shower. We weren’t able to find any, so we decided to make our own
This is the desktop sound system by Tivoli Audio, award-winning makers of high-fidelity audio systems for 30 years, that uses two high-quality 3" full-range speakers with rear ports and a built-in 5" magnetically-shielded powered subwoofer to provide legendary Tivoli-quality smooth treble and deep bass.
The stereo plays CDs and produces audio through three separate amplifiers to the speakers for resonant bass response and maximum power efficiency.
Eight United States Presidents have used a Gunlocke chair while in office. Franklin D. Roosevelt had two chairs, one for his office and one for his air raid shelter while John F. Kennedy's chair was custom constructed with special support added for his back.
President Johnson had three chairs which were specially made to accommodate his height. Aside from Presidents, the traditional high back chair has served executives for years in embassy suites, congressional offices and judges' chambers. Its ergonomic design and high-quality construction are the work of The Gunlocke Company, furniture makers for over 96 years.
Most people equate virus with "bad." Well, there is a Mac virus for sale that does not harm the computer, doesn’t mail anyone or steal passwords…it just plays a prank on the owner. Here’s a video of the "virus" in action from last year (before you could buy it):
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Gymkhana is a type of motorsport practiced in Japan, the United States,the United Kingdom and South Africa. Similar to autocross, Gymkhana courses are often very complex and memorizing the course is a significant part of achieving a fast time. The governing body of Gymkhana in Japan is the Japan Auto Federation, a Japanese division of the FIA.
Gymkhana events are time/speed events (for our purposes here) in an automobile. There can be obstacles such as cones, tires, and barrels. The driver is expected to maneuver through the predetermined "track" performing many different driving techniques. What separates gymkhana from your traditional autocross event is that in gymkhana drivers are required to perform reversals, 180 degree spins, 360 degree spins, parking boxes, figure 8s and other advanced skills. Also drifting is encouraged where helpful/necessary. Really though, you can consider any event a Gymkhana which has a starting point, a finish line and some sort of "obstacle" to get through, around, or by, and is timed.
The only one of its kind, this portable microwave oven allows you to bring the convenience and power of dielectric heating wherever you go. The microwave plugs into a wall outlet, a car or boat's DC outlet, or connects to a car battery (jumper cables provided), allowing you to make popcorn or reheat food at campsites, tailgate parties, or during boating excursions.
About the size of a toolbox, the microwave weighs only 16 lbs.
These are the sandals that can detect metal while you walk, allowing you to find buried artifacts while strolling the beach. A copper coil built into the right sandal is powered via a battery pack that straps to your calf.
Using beat frequency oscillation technology, the ring creates a magnetic field; when a metal object is underfoot--up to 2'--it distorts the field and the battery pack alerts you to the presence of metal using a flashing red light and either a gentle vibration or a clearly audible buzz.
A leaked Best Buy memo offers up all kinds of little details about when the new OS will be available, when customers can start buying Vista machines and get a free upgrade and so on. Best Buy also seems to have a bit of a "this isn’t Vista" marketing approach going on:
"Microsoft is launching Windows 7 in mid-October 2009. This new operating system isn't just a "Vista that works" program - it's a new operating system with improved productivity, functionality and creativity that uses less computer resources."
Christopher Locke makes modern fossils using gadgets of yesteryear and concrete. Depending on the species, expect to pay between $65-$100 per fossil. Or, make your own with a bag of concrete and a broken controller. Here, I'll even give away Chris's secret ingredients: rocks and sand. GO GO GO!
You might think your job sucks, but at least your boss wasn't insane enough to remove all the chairs and install security so an alarm goes off if you don't walk fast enough.
The president of Canon Electronics, Hisashi Sakamaki, is also the author of a book proposing some of the same measures he takes with his own company. His theory is that forcing employees to stand not only saves money but increases productivity and enhances employee relationships.
In the hallway, if an employee walks slower than 5 meters every 3.6 seconds, an alarm and flashing lights are set off, reminding the poor startled worker that he's an inefficient waste of air. Even better (or worse), there's a sign on the floor in said hallways that reads, "Let's rush: If we don't, the company and world will perish." The big boss, as a reward for thinking up all this stuff, gets to lounge in a nice, relaxing chair.
This is the WiFi robot that has a video camera, microphone, and built-in motion detector, allowing you to use it as a surveillance drone, sentry, or Internet telephone. It communicates with your wireless home network, allowing you to send it on surveillance missions in your home up to 30' away from your computer.
Evoking an ancient form of surfing that developed in Polynesia centuries ago, this is the inflatable paddle surfboard--Ku Hoe He'e Nalu literally means "to stand, to paddle, to surf a wave"--that allows beginners to stand up and paddle while surfing.
What else can we say? The concept here is pure genius, and it totally makes those pricey security systems seem way pointless (okay, slightly less critical). The FakeTV is a strobe that sets up in an occupied room at night and flashes up beams of light.
From the inside, we can imagine it looks fairly curious, but from the outside, it gives prospective burglars the idea that someone is actually awake and watching a television program. It promises to produce the effects of "scene changes, fades, swells, flicks, on-screen motion and color changes," just like they were generated by a bona fide set.
Five Carat diamond. Check. Craigslist ad selling said diamond. Check. Woman selling the diamond goes alone to meet stranger in a dark parking lot. Check. Robbed at gun point…(do I even have to say it?)… Check.
Dayton police Lt. John Bardun said the woman went to the eatery to meet someone who was allegedly going to purchase the 5-carat diamond ring she’d posted on Craigslist.com. Instead, the woman reported being robbed of the ring by a man armed with a large revolver.
The globe is painstakingly handcrafted by artisans and the solid maple frame is carved, sanded, and stained by hand, and finished with a deep walnut stain. It has antique-style parchment colored oceans and shows 4,100 place names as approved by the U.S. government.
Additional cartographic features include raised relief mountain ranges and shipping routes that depict famous voyages including Charles Darwin's journey to the Galapagos Islands and Christopher Columbus's expedition to the New World.
This leather case protects and recharges an iTouch or iPhone, providing up to 13 hours of additional talk time.
Simply connect an iTouch or iPhone to the dock inside the case and its integrated Li-ion battery immediately begins to recharge the phone. The durable leather case protects your device and snaps shut to ensure secure, confident storage.
The case is slim enough to stow comfortably in a pocket, and you can turn off the charger at the touch of a button for use as a traditional protective cover. The case can recharge an iTouch or iPhone up to 2 1/2 times before the case itself needs to be recharged.
This device charges two iPods, two iPhones, or one of each at the same time, keeping both devices fully ready at a moment's notice. The charger illuminates using LEDs that can be set to one of four different colors for ambient "mood" lighting.
As wrapping the female students' dormitory in the shape of calendar and using Axe for a month throughout March, They aimed for the expression that a new female can be met on a daily basis, to promote the brand image and preference for Axe.
This video gives you a better idea what Microsoft’s Project Natal actually is. Personally, I think this is a great idea if the company can make it work as advertised. You can read the full press release here.
"I can finally confirm Windows 7 timing," said the spokesperson, in an e-mail to InformationWeek, noting the October 22nd release date. The spokesperson also said the company is launching a program called Windows Upgrade Option that will allow customers who bought Vista-powered PCs to upgrade to Windows 7.
Microsoft’s latest attempt at mind control has been discovered. The company says it’s just a bug but we know the real truth. Ewww, they just forced their Bing on you.
Several IE6 users have complained that since Bing launched, the search provided went from Google (which they set manually) to Bing. To makes things even worse, when the user tries to set the search provider back from Bing to Google, it doesn’t allow them.
How anyone gets infected by this kinda stuff is beyond me but there are a LOT of people out there falling for this crap so spread the word…not the worm. Here is a screenshot of the totally authentic looking warning screen:
Did you find Heath Ledger as The Joker scary? Then perhaps you suffer from coulrophobia, the abnormal fear of clowns. Join a self-confessed coulrophobic for a look at these guys and see if you are too. Like you don't already know.
The array is intended only to convey some idea of the variety of shapes that have appeared, it does not give an adequate impression of the relative frequencies with which the different shapes have appeared.
In fact, the images most commonly appearing in my total sample show either a small point, formless blob, or fuzzy ellipse of light in a night sky, or else a dark, more or less distinct ellipse (like that shown in D9) against a lighter sky.
Use Sophos's Klingon Anti-Virus to quickly perform an on-demand scan and find viruses, spyware, adware, zero-day threats, Betazoid sub-ether porn diallers and Tribbles that your existing protection might have missed. The software can be run without deactivating your current anti-virus software. Phasers can be left set to stun.
We start with 100% beef jerky, and SEAR your contact information into it with a 150 WATT CO2 LASER. Screw die-cutting. Forget about foil, popups, or UV spot lamination. THESE business cards have two ingredients:
What better way to satisfy that late night snack craving than a healthy piece of toast? Just slide in a slice of bread - and voila you have toast in just minutes. The Bay Toaster fits in a standard 5.25 drive bay and installs in just minutes.
In case you were wondering, the photo is authentic. It's even featured on the official Microsoft Bill Gates biography page. Of course we recognize Bill Gates in that famous photo, but I was curious about the other people in the photo. What happened to them? When did they leave Microsoft, and why? What are they doing now?
When you print on a color laser printer, it's likely that you are also printing a pattern of invisible yellow dots. These marks exist to allow the printer companies and governments to track and identify you -- presumably as a way to combat money counterfeiting. When one person asked his printer manufacturer about turning off the tracking dots, Secret Service agents showed up at his door several days later.
With 360° viewing and a built-in filtration system, the BiOrb aquarium displays fish with minimal maintenance. Made of Plexiglass for crystal-clear visibility and durability, this 30-liter tank (nearly 8 gallons) is larger than a traditional fish bowl and includes a built-in halogen light and a biological/mechanical/chemical filter cartridge that lasts six to eight weeks.
These 8X magnification, 5 megapixel digital camera binoculars let you take long range snapshots and video. They have fully multi-coated, 30mm objective lenses and use a Bak-4 prism system for superior optical performance, yielding a 320' field of view at 1,000 yards. The eye relief allows them to be used while wearing glasses. Once you've taken a photo, it's easy to review pictures on the 1 1/2" color flip-up LCD.