Monthly Archives: March 2005

hmm..interesting March 23, 2005 posted by

E me.

Tips for mastering email overload. Don’t know about you, but I’m definitely experiencing a touch of overload. And there’s some interesting points here.

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Gadgets March 22, 2005 posted by

Blue scan can.

The Socket cordless Bluetooth Hand Scanner. No, not for scanning palms, for scanning bar codes. Use it with your cellphone and…well…scan things. Anything. Whatever you feel like. After all it’s only…cough…$649.00.

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Gadgets March 22, 2005 posted by

What’s up dock?

The Pen Radio with Dock. Just don’t try to write and listen simultaneously, OK? Convert your pen radio to a desktop FM radio…docking station includes the time, alarm and calendar.

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Gadgets March 22, 2005 posted by

Silver cell.

The Silver Cell. Only a project at the moment, but rather intriguing nonetheless. Especially in these location finding, nowhere to hide, answer it now or die days.  The mobile phone pouches “Silver” and “Copper” act as Faraday cages, completely shielding the phone and preventing it from sending or receiving signals… In the possession of this personal radio blocker, a mobile phone owner can decide whether they would like to be in a spatial data model or not.

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Gadgets March 22, 2005 posted by

Caddy shack.

The Remote Controlled Golf Caddy. Stepford Caddy. Robo Caddy. Hours of fun scaring little old ladies on the 14th. $1499.95.  Its pocket-sized remote control gives you complete forward, left, right, and reverse command up to 100 yards away, and the caddy can travel up to 6 mph…the cart can make 360° turns and can even go in reverse (unlike other models) at the touch of the remote control.

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Gadgets March 22, 2005 posted by

Zero friction.

ZeroFriction Infinity mouseskates. Did you people know about this? That there are Teflon coated mice feet out there? To give super fast mouse response on super tech mousepads? Well did you? Shocked.  The unique material guarantees that the coefficient of static friction and gliding friction are almost the same,which means no abrupt change of feeling when you suddenly start to move the mouse or stop it…made with 0.5mm pure Teflon, therefore it could provide much longer life time than other mousekates on…

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Free Software March 22, 2005 posted by

Free mobile software.

The Ferret likes wikis. And freeware. And Symbian Series 60 (more about that soon). So a nice combination is the SymbianWiki Series 60 Freeware site. Also check out Paul Gibson’s Series 60 freeware site for completeness.

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Bookmark This! March 22, 2005 posted by

TV time.

TV-All.net. Yet another broadband television portal. Just the links though, no player. But a nice simple interface. Worth a look.

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Mobile Tech March 21, 2005 posted by

Long distance cordless.

The Samsung Long Range Cordless Phone. $299.00 gets you up to 100 km (30 mile) range from your home landline service. And maybe a bit of a hot brain? Caveat!  This Samsung long-range cordless phone has a maximum range of 130km (sea level). Buildings, mountains, strong interferences such as amateur radio stations, and other obstacles, as well as the height and location of your aerial antenna may affect the distance.You will be able to make and receive calls from anywhere in…

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Gadgets March 21, 2005 posted by

Static pen.

The Static Zapper Pen. What a shockingly good idea. $29.00.  You can detect and zap the dangerous static with this coolest pen from Japan. If you deal with computer parts, this is the pen for you. Do you get static shocks?…Yes!!…This one is for you

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hmm..interesting March 21, 2005 posted by

Nano paint.

Titanium Dioxide is commonly used in household paint, but this Japanese company is now selling a Ti02 household spray as a super efficient nanotech cleaner. Apparently good enough to turn most surfaces into self-cleaning marvels of 21st century engineering.   Our paints and coating product line will make any coated surface into a organic air filtering system. It is perfect for public facilities like hotels anf hospitals to minimize the risk of possible in-facility infections while cutting the cos and riskt of…

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Bookmark This! March 21, 2005 posted by

Shell suits.

Shell Extension City. A bunch of free tools, guides an’ stuff for PCs. Like, for example, this Game XP prog to improve the performance of your Windows PC gaming. Definitely worth a bookmark.

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huh..? March 21, 2005 posted by

911 flag.

Buy the American flag flown at the Pentagon on 9/11. Current bid $75,100.00.  This Flag was provided to first-responders to hang at the site just a few hours after the crash. NOTE: This flag was NOT taken from the crash site! This flag was (at a later date) legally presented as a memento to Mr. Wheelbarger, who provided 14 days of service at the Fire/Rescue efforts.

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