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software May 17, 2005 posted by

Screen surfer.

The Drawing Hand Screen Saver. Cute. $29.95. Add your own drawings too.   This screen saver may be the most artistic and creative screen saver available! While your computer is idle, the artist’s hand goes to work drawing pictures. It is a virtual art lesson. The artist’s hand can draw cars, animals, people, fine art, holiday art and a lot more!


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software May 4, 2005 posted by

Lecture recorder.

Lecture Recorder. Bang this onto your swish laptop, and get top marks. Or not. $19.90.  This program allows you to record lectures and attach written summaries. To make a lecture summary several rich-text fields are provided: course, subject, date, lecturer, digest and notes. There is also an option to print the summary. Built-in audio recorder comes with real-time OGG audio compression, an editor for making cut-outs, voice operated recording mode and transcription playback mode. All recordings are 8-bit, mono, with…


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software May 2, 2005 posted by

Tunnel of love?

The Secure USB Tunnel. No, not a safe underwater road link between two printers, but rather a security package which can be run from any USB flash drive or CD ROM. Sounds interesting. $39.99.  Private, automatically spam-protected Email + Cache and History Cleaner + Cookie Manager + Blocks Referral Information + Popup Killer + IP Masking + SSL Encrypted Traffic + Anonymous Web Surfing + Real Time + No install or reboot required


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software April 29, 2005 posted by

Off road frolics.

Outdoor Navigator. $19.95. Don’t let your navigation software confine you to the I-95 on gridlock Fridays.  Use this PocketPC/Palm program to work your way cross country instead. 58,000 off road maps? Hah, you’re bound to get home quicker.   # Perfect for casual day-hikers or serious backpackers, or for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. # Explore new wilderness areas with self reliance and freedom — know where you are and how to return. # Outdoor Navigator helps you travel worry-free through unmarked terrain without fear of…


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software April 28, 2005 posted by

Photo phun.

Imagener. Photo enlargement software. Does this stuff work, I wonder?  Enlarges digital images without pixelation and virtually no loss of image quality…Revolutionary technology surpasses all photo software programs including Photoshop!


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software April 14, 2005 posted by

Scamtastic software?

Downloadable Software (aka Softwarepc.net). What on earth is the deal with this? Windows Longhorn Pre-Release Evaluation copy for $39.95? MS Office 2000 Premium Full for $49.95? Mind you the site appears – surprise – to be completely broken at the moment.  Why is the software so inexpensive? We offer the software for downloading only, it means that you do not receive a fancy package, a printed manual and license that actually aggregate the largest part of the retail price. In…


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software April 11, 2005 posted by

Pocket Mac for PSP

PocketMac for PSP. Psst…wanna sync your Sony PSP to yer Apple Mac? You know, to shuffle your contacts, music and photos back and forth? Well now you can. For $9.95 excluding cable.  PocketMac For PSP, the original Mac-To-PSP Sync Solution… Now you can sync your Playstation Portable with your Mac. PocketMac For PSP is the first program to allow Mac users to sync their contacts, music & photos from their Mac to their PSP. And it’s fully integrated with iSync…


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software April 8, 2005 posted by

Application mover.

Application Mover. Ever wanted to move a program from one hard disk or location on your machine to another? Then you may need this little $15.00 utility.  Application Mover is a tool that relocates installed programs from one path to another on your hard disk. Application Mover takes files found in the path specified in the ‘Current Path’ field…and moves them to the ‘New Path’ path. Application Mover scans the windows registry for references to files located in the ‘Current’…


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software April 5, 2005 posted by

Ringtone Maker.

Ringtone Maker. Import the CD or MP3 track you want to use. Highlight the section you want, click the make ringtone button. Complete with 4 track mixer and the ability to record your own voice or sound effect as a ringtone. £19.99.  COPYRIGHT LAW WARNING – Virtually all music commercially released in the United Kingdom is protected by copyright law. It is illegal to use MAGIX ringtone maker to make ringtones from any recording that is protected by copyright without…


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software April 4, 2005 posted by

Sing and sequence.

Digital Ear Real Time. Live analogue to midi converter. Deuced clever technology, old chap. Listen to the demos. $129.95.  Digital Ear can analyze a live or recorded solo performance (e.g. a singing voice, a saxophone solo, or any other musical instrument) and convert it into a standard MIDI file! This file can be played by any synthesizer with a different voice of your choice, or you can import it into your favorite sequencer or notation software…The Real-time edition of Digital…


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software March 31, 2005 posted by

Carry a tune.

Carry a Tune’s Singing Coach. A software vocal coach? Know anyone who could benefit from the use of this program? Someone, somewhere, will thank you.  $49.95.  Carry-a-Tune’s Pitch Tracking Line displays what note you are singing on a musical graph in real time. This helps train your ear to know the exact pitch you are trying to sing. So the next time you’re singing “Happy Birthday” you won’t have to just mouth the words, you can belt out the notes and become a…


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software March 23, 2005 posted by

Web edit.

WebEditor 2005. A browser based PHP WYSIWYG web page editor.  WebEditor2005 is a mini content management tool. You can modify your websites online. Let’s say you are from New York and on a trip through Australia. You could visit an internet cafe in Sydney, start WebEditor and write “I’m back not until next month” on your website. And if you like you could upload some holiday pictures, too…WebEditor is running on your webaccount. It is a collection of PHP scripts….


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Mobile Tech March 18, 2005 posted by

Textual feeling.

TextEmail. Pretty neat SMS texting system for Windows. Download and install the £25.00 program into Outlook or Outlook Express, then send and receive SMS messages just like email for around 12p a pop. You can even get replies delivered to your inbox as well as mobile phone. This is the kind of convergent tech that makes sense.


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