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Monthly Archives: January 2007

Are We Ready for Vista?

Ninjawords defines a vista as “a distant view or prospect, especially one seen through some opening; a site offering such a view”. This operating system certainly looks beautiful. The Microsoft engineers have put a lot into the usability of Vista, and I’m sure that the visual appearance and feel of it will “wow” most novices, [...]

Try Social Bookmarking

Before the days of Google, there were huge phonebook-like directories with thousands of web addresses, mostly with many slashes past the first level domain. You had to type in numbers and random words or characters just to get to your favorite websites. Saving a website as a favorite or a bookmark used to be the [...]

Still On The Books

Alabama Dominoes may not be played on Sunday. Incestuous marriages are legal. It is illegal to impersonate a person of the clergy. It is illegal to stab yourself to gain someone’s pity. It is illegal to wear a fake moustache that causes laughter in church. Masks may not be worn in public Men may not [...]

Xbox 360 or PS3?

If your bank account is low, the answer to this question is easy. But why buy a system for $700 if the $300 system is better quality anyway? Look how sharp MLB 2K7 looks in Xbox 360. I am just confused why Sony thinks they are gonna sell these machines. Are people buying them for [...]

SketchUp Your World

Google Earth gets better every day. With the help of their acquisition of SketchUp, a 3-D modeling program, Google aims to get every major college campus into their Earth browser. Students are encouraged to draw their campus–not just a bland, geometric box outline of the buildings, but detailed, photo-matched 3-D visualizations of them. This looks [...]