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  • Sony Ericsson U5i Vivaz

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by paula on 18.07.10

    A mobile design that "begs you to touch it, hold it in your hand and spin it around the table"?

    In the 1980s, Slime (remember that?) and Slinkeys held the same fascination...

    Boy have times changed! My memory may be fading, but I'm pretty sure Slime and Slinkeys never had built in Javascript, Bluetooth, 8.1 MP Camera, and USB capability... ;)

    Amazing to think that we've gone from green slime and coiled wire in the 1980s to the Vivaz in just a couple of decades ;)


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  • Learning To Trust Again – After You've Been Dumped

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Sanela on 21.07.10

    The only thing the article forgets to mention is the EIGHTH Step to Recovery...take up a sport or a hobby!!! Having been dumped and discarded (ooops, I mean having experienced "relationship disassociation") more times than an Italian soccer player dives on the ground...I am well qualified to pass on that advice.

    Seriosuly, it really helps to have something to keep you busy and your mind occupied, preferably outdoors in the fresh air with other blokes. It's cathartic for sure. More about Learning To Trust Again – After You've Been Dumped

  • Italian Ribollita (Vegetable and Bread Soup)

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by barnes10 on 01.06.10

    I will definitely try this soup...I have been preparing and eating a lot of soup lately to try to avoid saturated fat and get more fibre into me...especially important since I need to lower my cholesterol ;)

    I made some delicious leek and potato soup last week using a can of low fat evaporated milk to make it creamy...which is a really good low fat tip for anyone else out there who wants to make creamy soups but without the fat of real cream ;) It works really well...

    Plus I have started using good old fashioned dry "soup mix" in my soups, which is basically a mix of lentils, barley and split peas...and it makes the soup really filling and full of good fibre...plus it's really cheap to buy ;) More about Italian Ribollita (Vegetable and Bread Soup)

  • Philips Voicetracer 600 Dictaphone

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Greg on 27.06.10

    I'm just glad that things have moved on from recording on tapes to digital....when I first started work I had to get used to fluffing around with tapes all the time...so anything digital is a bonus ;)

    But seriously, I think I can handle not having a "Mac-like" simple user interface, as long as once I have figured out how to use it there aren't too many unnecessary button clicks required. The main thing for me is bundling the voice recognition with the dictaphone itelf, which seem sliek it will save a whole extra step in the tranliteration phase.

    I'm very familar with Dragon, it has evolved into quite a decent product (once trained properly, as the article says)...so I might look into upgrading my dictaphone to an "all-in-one" device like this if it will save me time and hassle. I'm about to start a writing project (personal, not work;))...and I will need to constantly review my work as it gets transcribed, so yeah...an upgrade may well be in order ;) More about Philips Voicetracer 600 Dictaphone

  • [REC] 2

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Jonathan on 30.06.10

    Ok, I haven't seen the first one, but now I'm thinking about getting it out next time I hit the DVD store late on a Saturday night when I'm feeling like a good freak out... ;)

    "Quarantine" was awesome...and I LOVED 28 Days Later (a classic)...so the REC series should be right up my alley ;) More about [REC] 2

  • Olympic Goddesses

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Crucial on 19.02.10

    LOVE the idea of a TOP 10 Olympic Goddesses...but I'm praying you don't do one for the Summer Olympics..."Top 10 Eastern Eurpean Hammer Throwers". I don't think we could stomach that... ;)

    I was flicking through the sports channels on the weekend and came across Russia versus USA women's CURLING...um....I'm not sure whether it is an actual requirement to be SMOKING HOT to qualify for a women's Olympic curling team...or just a coincidence...but either way I'd definitely recommend the women's curling to anyone who wants to see some great action on the ice...

    There's something very appealing about a sport which combines women with broom sticks...what more can a male sportsfan ask for? ;)




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  • A million dollar minute

    Last post: Moose Mahon on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by New Member on 16.12.09

    I'm thinking of creating a super-connected system of communication where users can connect to eachother via their computers and have access to boundless resources of information, all at the click of a button.

    I haven't come up with a final name for it yet, but I'm thinking of calling it the "Internet".

    I reckon I could make millions. More about A million dollar minute

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