Friday, December 24, 2004

merry xmas party

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Thursday, December 23, 2004

check out this mug


this is a cool party mug

and here is how to get it .....party mug at think geek
# Touch and interact with the plasma light
# Suitable for use with any beverage - hot or cold
# Holds eight ounces of beverage!
# Completely portable (battery operated, uses 8 AA batteries not included)
# Independent ON/OFF control on electronic coaster
# Built-in AC Adapter Jack (Power supply sold seperately)

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Defend your PC

Well I just wanted to note that I really hate spyware and adware ! I know, who doesnt ?
if your on broadband you realy know what I mean . well I dont get a lot but , still get those sneaky ones . I usually use three scanners 1) I use my virus scanner . 2 ) a must have for anyone Spybot Search and Destroy !!!! And last but not least 3) Ad-Aware SE personal! You really need to deep scan to get rid of the clingy ones .Although you still might have to manual delete them by stopping the process and delete the whole folder from the program folder . Any way here are some links for you to get the goods...Get them and get rid of the nasty malware. Spybot Search And Destroy and Ad-Aware

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Squeezebox Wireless Network Music Player


this is the way to go Posted by Hello

You've taken the time to rip all of your CDs to your home computer, so you can do whatever you'd like with them digitally. But I'll bet your computer speakers aren't as big or sound as good as your regular stereo system does. The Squuezebox will let you stream your music wirelessly (or via Ethernet) from your PC to your stereo.

Squeezebox is a complete and elegant solution that takes advantage of the power and capacity of your existing computer. As a result, Squeezebox places no limit to the size of your music library.

Squeezebox's user-friendly interface allows you to browse quickly through your whole music collection via remote control or web browser. Its large, built-in fluorescent display is bright and easy to read. Thanks to its small form factor, you can place Squeezebox in your stereo cabinet, on a shelf or on your bedside table.

Digital and analog RCA outputs connect Squeezebox to your home theater, stereo receiver, or amplified speakers. And when you install multiple players, they can play independently or in sync for whole-house audio.

Key features:

* Stream digital music from your computer or over the Internet
* Listen to MP3, WMA, AAC, Apple Lossless, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC or uncompressed audio (WAV and AIFF)
* Browse and stream SHOUTcast Internet radio
* Place anywhere-low profile, built-in display, no TV required
* Connect to 802.11 wireless or ethernet network
* Plug into any home theater stereo or speakers with digital and analog outputs
* Synchronize multiple players for whole house audio
* Browse and search using custom infrared remote or any web browser
* Extra features—built-in alarm clock, music selection by Album Art, plugins, web interface skins and more!

Recommended Price: $279.00
this is a little pricey but i bet you could get a lot of use ot of this baby a your next house party!!
ROCK OUT WITH YOUR SOCK OUT!!!!!!!

happy holidays from my parkinglot at work

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Monday, December 20, 2004

who let the elves out

Mucho Sucko :: Tasteless Humor for The Unemployed!
a little something for the holiday...

this a cool phone

Sanyo MM7400 Multimedia Phone from Sprint : Mobile Phones : MobileMag
Even though i dont use sprint this phone is pretty cool .

Slashdot | Burn the CD on Both Sides


Burn the CD on Both Sides
Data Storage
Media
Posted by michael on Monday December 20, @05:30AM
from the crispy-on-the-outside-with-a-moist-chewy-center dept.
apocal writes 'How cool wouldn't it be to be able to burn the label on your cd using the same laser you used to burn the cd in the first place? Well, I guess this technology called LightScribe will be coming soon. 'Suppose you have just created a compilation CD of a dozen or so of your favorite songs. Now you want to make a label that contains the song titles, artists' names, and some personal information and design elements to make it special. First, burn your tracks onto the data side of the disc. Then open your favorite LightScribe-enabled label-making software and go to the CD template work area. Now you do all of your creative design workcompose pictures, copy, artwork whatever. When you are satisfied with what you have done, take the disc out of your drive, flip it over to the label side and put it back in the drive. Now go back to your label-making software, and simply click print.''"

Sunday, December 19, 2004

all i have to say is i want one