Monthly Archives: January 2004

general January 4, 2004 posted by

Escape from reality.

The Kaleidescope DVD Server is a movie-buff’s dream product – at a price. The idea is that you copy your extensive DVD movie collection onto the system’s storage cartridges – along with the copy protection – and access everything from the server rather than using a conventional DVD player. $27,000 buys you a system that will hold 160 movies. ‘A Kaleidescape System comprises rack-mountable hardware components, proprietary operating system software, and Kaleidescapeís Movie Guide Service. A basic Kaleidescape System has…

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general January 4, 2004 posted by

More face.

The Morphases editor has got to be one of the most brilliantly designed face manipulation editors around. No really.

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general January 4, 2004 posted by

Pluto’s tale.

Got $15,000? Then you could consider investing it in a Pluto home automation and communication system. It will provide a security system, phone call PBX/call forwarding system, media management, generic home automation and act as a personal computer hub. I’ve got to say, it may be pricey, but it looks like one awesomely engineered system. ‘Answer the doorbell and accept deliveries without being home. Never sit at home waiting for delivery. When someone rings your doorbell or gate intercom, the…

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general January 4, 2004 posted by

Ringtone for losers?

Now why would anyone want to download Blur’s Beagle 2 lander ringtone for their mobile phone? Bearing in mind that the lander is currently MIA? Shame though really, eh?

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