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Archive for August, 2004

apple airtunes

posted by Duncan at 10:35 am on August 6th, 2004

They say:

AirPort Express with AirTunes redefines the way you listen to your music at home. It gives you the freedom to play your iTunes music through your stereo or powered speakers in virtually in any room of your house ? wirelessly. It lets you enjoy the tremendous flexibility of iTunes without being bound to your Mac or PC, opening up a whole new world of musical enjoyment.

how nice

cheap flights via rss feed

posted by Duncan at 7:33 pm on August 4th, 2004

I have found this great RSS feed that shows you the latest bargains from an airport near you! Prices updated daily. I have put the London feed in the XML feeds area of the site.

Here are some other Feed Links for other countries:

Cheap flights offers for the coming weekends from Paris
Cheap flights offers for the coming weekends from Munich
Cheap flights offers for the coming weekends from Amsterdam

linux on the ipod

posted by Duncan at 7:06 pm on August 4th, 2004

The Linux on iPod Project has just crossed a milestone. Currently their firmware works on all ipod models other then the new mini. Sound plays and for many people it has more features then the original iPod firmware! Check out the link to the development site.

sony xyz car navigation

posted by Duncan at 7:06 pm on August 4th, 2004

[via Gen Kanai] This is one of the cooler products I have seen (not yet seen the real thing) coming out of Sony. It’s a car navigation unit, which is not a big deal, but it is HDD-based (30GB) and it has data in 3D (hence the X-Y-Z axes in the name.) Naturally, you can put music on the HDD and play it in your car via a FM transceiver. The link above takes you to the sony japan site which is kind of difficult to read but you can sea the links to watch a Movie of it in action.

nintendo gets fresh

posted by Duncan at 7:06 pm on August 4th, 2004

Freshen up your gaming room with this high quality Nintendo Air Freshener. It doesn’t plug into anything, and you can’t control anything with it either. For 4$ you can own the latest in retro madness.

quick look at longhorn build 4053

posted by Duncan at 8:25 am on August 3rd, 2004

[Flexbeta] has done a 3 page run through of this early version of longhorn. Even though the next generation Windows product is not due until late 2005 or even 2006, we wanted to take a look at what Microsoft has in store for us. We take a quick look at the recently leaked Longhorn Build 4053.

For those of you that are lucky enough to have snagged a copy, remember this, Build 4053 is still a baby, not even in Beta stage yet, so we will not go in depth into subjects such as the theme, sidebar, etc.

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