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Tools for Adsense

If you're just boarding on the AdSense train, and looking to find a quick way to make the profits you've seen all being pulled of all over the Internet, you might be interested in a couple of tools.


An Introduction to Web 2.0

Web 2.0 sometimes known as the Semantic Web is an evolution of the World Wide Web in which information is machine processable (rather than being only human oriented), thus permitting browsers or other software agents to find, share and combine information more easily.


The Mystery Of PSP Camera Unveiled!

The Portable Camera for Sony PlayStation has been the topic of a whole lot of attention but very little info in the long way of its release. So here is some info about PSP camera.


Dark Energy: The Hack Writer Reads Scientific American

A short time ago, Scientific American asked me to take their magazine. I took the magazine for years but it go so esoteric that I would have had to go back to college to get the background for most of the articles. I had no intention of going through that again so I didn’t renew my subscription. However, Scientific American has a long memory and they kept pestering me. I decided to give it a try again thinking that I wouldn’t understand a darn thing but reading the magazine might keep my deteriorating old brain busy.


US Entrepreneur Serves High-Tech Restaurant Fare

A pioneer in the video game industry, Atari founder Nolan Bushnell, is blending high-tech entertainment with high-end cuisine in a new venture called uWink. Mike O'Sullivan reports, Bushnell hopes to bring computer consoles to corner restaurants throughout the United States and overseas.


Why Does the iPod Continue to Kill the Competition?

Since the first generation iPod was released in 2001, the sexy little digital audio players have continued to lead the market. But what is it that these particular mp3 players offer that the competition obviously...


The Habit of Seeing

August 1st, 2006. What was the significance of this date? It was the date scheduled by Kodak for the cessation of pre-paid processing for Super 8 Kodachrome cine film stock, announced in a press release in May 2005. Users of 16mm Kodachrome, sales of which were discontinued in February 2006, had until the end of December 2006 to send exposed stock to Kodak for processing.


What's The Point In Getting Satellite TV?

What is the point of having satellite television if you don’t have lots and lots of channels to choose from? That is why DirecTV offers so many channels on it’s “Total Choice” service package.


Nokia 1600: Add Those Desired Colours to Your Mobile Life...

The Nokia 1600 comes in three colours with red, blue and grey – just choose your favourite one as per your interests. Moreover, it has been further perfected with chrome details, which easily give it an executive look. It weighs only 85 gm, hence, you can easily carry it around.


Digital Cameras that Kick It Up a Notch

Digital cameras have changed to world of photography. With the advent of new multimedia cameras, it appears that digital cameras will continue to significantly influence the world of home photography for quite some time.


Global Warming: Mainstream Media & Leftist Minions Ignore The Science

Recently a small portion of the U.N. report on Global Warming was released. Some of the findings were not convincing for the Global Warming backers. However it did not stop many supporters from largely ignoring the science and just plowing ahead full steam.


Archaeologists Find Prehistoric Stone Hammers Used by Chimps

An international team of archaeologists has discovered stone tools used by chimpanzees thousands of years ago to help feed themselves. The same stone tools are used by chimps today, raising the possibility that humans and apes derived from a common ancestor.


Do We Really Need Windows Vista?

And are there hidden features that can make Vista useful to abusive governments and corporations?


The Web of Tomorrow

By looking at the trends of today we can begin to develop a image of what the Web of the future will look like. I believe the Web will improve and grow in a way that will dwarf its present existence and will improve and enrich everyone's lives way beyond what we can imagine today.


Dig deeper to find Martian life

Probes designed to find life on Mars do not drill deep enough to find the living cells that scientists believe may exist well below the surface of Mars, according to research led by UCL (University College London).