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software January 27, 2005 posted by

Studio to Go.

Studio to go. Take one bootable Linux CD or USB flashdrive and load up a bunch of audio recording and editing tools (including Rosegarden and Audacity). Package it all up nicely as a complete music studio product with 30 days email support for £49.99. Profit!  Studio to Go! is a CD-ROM of integrated music software that runs direct from your CD/DVD drive when your boot your computer. This CD-ROM is designed to run on any 32-bit Windows-compatible PC and to configure…

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hmm..interesting January 24, 2005 posted by

Delicious library.

Delicious Library. Interesting $40.00 program for cataloguing your books, movies, music collections etc. What’s novel is the fact that you can use a digital camera or barcode scanner to import all  the details. Saves ya having to input everything in by hand, which is.a.good.thing!  Quickly importing your stuff into Delicious Library doesn’t require a dedicated barcode scanner – you can use any QuickTime-supported digital video camera, like your Apple iSight. Just hold the barcode on the back of any book,…

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hmm..interesting January 24, 2005 posted by


Fink. Open Source software port to the Apple Mac. Interesting in light of the new Mac mini release methinks! Could we be seeing the start of a mass geek move to the Apple platform? Answers on a one button mouse to…  As a result, we have two main goals. First, to modify existing Open Source software so that it will compile and run on Mac OS X. (This process is called porting.) Second, to make the results available to casual users as a…

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software January 14, 2005 posted by


Videora. Well, it didn’t take long for someone to work out how to put a friendly front-end on BitTorrent, did it? It’s $22.95 for the full version, but the prog actually looks like it could be a cool little TiVo-type tool.    Videora 1.0 is the first version of our new personal video downloading program. Utilizing BitTorrent peer to peer technology and Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds, Videora automatically and intelligently finds and downloads video you want to watch. With easy to…

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general December 24, 2001 posted by

Webcam deluxe

I came across this neat little Webcam proggie the other day and I like it. It contains the server software as well as the cam stuff in one package, which makes it a cinch to get up and running without having to hunt around for an online server. I like things which are self contained, which is why I like this Blog software that I’m using. Neat indeed. Thanks Mike

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