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The worlds best selling book (after the main religious core texts) is the Da Vinci Code, which describes a hypothetical trail of clues hidden in the works of Da Vinci. Clues that are visible to all, but disguised.
The basic idea behind the Lumie Bodyclock is that it combines a timer, a dimmer switch and a Neodymium light-bulb; it can thus simulate a summer sunrise on the coldest darkest winter mornings, thereby giving a more gentle and holistic wakeup than that which is afforded by a shrieking buzzer in the dark. We’ve had […]
I think this may be a mildly new twist on email and referral spam: using referral spam to advertise a message that’s stored in an unused public newsgroup, thus avoiding spam filters.
I’m delighted to welcome my Auntie Lynn to the WWW today. For a very long time now I’ve been suggesting that Lynn and the World Wide Web would be a very good match. Lynn is (primarily) an illustrator and author of childrens’ books, though she has done all kinds of other stuff including greetings cards […]
Google Talk enters it’s beta phase today. It’s an instant messaging and Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol (VOIP) application. The burning question is, of course, can it be a replacement for other instant messaging clients?
Yesterday Google launched Google Desktop 2 beta, an extension of their existing Google Desktop application that indexes personal computers so their information is as easy to find as the rest of the web. This beta release introduces a pluggable sidebar, and introduces some interesting possibilities about what will come next.