Member since: Aug 16th, 2005
Sep 1st 2007 11:56PM www.openmoko.comOpen source cellphone. GPS, WIFI, 2.8" VGA touchscreen, accelerometers, bluetooth, microSD slot.What more could you want??
May 29th 2007 12:09PM I'm not sure what the benefits of this are...It seems like this air car has similar energy production to an electric car. Actually, there must be energy lost in compressing air, why not skip that step and just store it in batteries?
May 17th 2007 11:07AM It's true edmund, out of the thousands of people that come to this site, you are the only adult. You are better than all of us.
May 16th 2007 11:19AM Steve,Was that language English?? Badum-ching!
Apr 25th 2007 11:45AM Community-based wireless is the way to go. Then you wouldn't have to be stuck with a commercial telecommunications providor. Folks in Seattle did it, so can Toronto.Participitory communication FTW!http://www.seattlewireless.net/
Apr 23rd 2007 11:35AM Do you guys know if anyone has gotten FoF to work with DarwiinRemote? That would be schweet.
Apr 19th 2007 4:43PM Erica,"As in QuickTime's full-screen mode"Shouldn't you say "QuickTime Pro's full-screen mode"? Full-screen is not something you get with the basic version
Apr 19th 2007 4:43PM Erica,"As in QuickTime's full-screen mode"Shouldn't you say "QuickTime Pro's full-screen mode"? Fulltime is not something you get with the basic version
Apr 11th 2007 4:53PM Spend it in Florida???? How about use that $20,000 to help people... Darfur, anyone?
Apr 3rd 2007 11:52AM Well, I think it's sort of like the Film Industry, right? Most of the games are big named or cookie-cutter franchises that they KNOW will sell. These are the sports games and movie-based games. What we need to do is educate the gamer, we need the consumer to stand up and say no to manufactured crap. If the average consumer wants different styles, then studios will be happy to produce them.Have any of you ever thought about why people like Cedric the Entertainer still have jobs??
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