Monthly Archives: September 2009

Cusom ring tone? How about customize your electric car’s “engine” sound?

From LA Times Blog: Some reports suggest that in the future, car owners will download a sound for their car the way many consumers buy ring tones for their cellphones. No word yet on whether electric vehicles will — a … Continue reading

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Kanye West just interrupted …

Kanye West just interrupted Patrick Swayzes funeral 2 let every1 know Michael Jacksons death was better <-text I just got (via @aplusk).

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Soon, no need to explain color to the blind.

“We said it was possible to give an adult monkey with a model of human red-green color blindness the retina of a person with normal color vision. Every single person I talked to said, absolutely not,” said study co-author Jay … Continue reading

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Top Ten New York City Pedestrian Tips

1. If it doesn’t smell like chilli, it probably isn’t. 2. If you catch an exploding manhole cover, you can keep it. 3. Cabs driving on the sidewalk are not permitted to pick up passengers. 4. It’s bad manners to … Continue reading

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$4,094,080,000. Seems very straightforward to me.

From /. “Daily Tech brings us a story about Sony’s run-in with the Mexican police. (Billboard picked up the story as well.) It seems that they raided Sony’s offices and seized 6,397 music CDs after a protest from the artist, … Continue reading

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… is working with the team to bring HeraldSun.com.au live.

… is working with the team to bring up version 4.6. Preparations to take HeraldSun.com.au live continue.

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Just paid $16.50 for Wired mag…

Just paid $16.50 for Wired magazine at Sydney airport. I guess I really will pay for content.

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Wow.

http://www.time.com/time/picturesoftheweek/0,29409,1919174_1927566,00.html

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