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Dragon Full helm pk! Runescape PvP Wtf elvemage BH woot!!!!!

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

This is technically the best recorded PvP kill so far in the history of RS PvP worlds, if anybody shows me footage of a dragon full helm pk with better specs than this i will change this statement.

heres a .gif image of this vid for any1 who wants to put this as their signature on forums or something idk:

song:
Oh no you didn’t! – Wojahn brothers
(soundtrack for mercenaries 2)
You can purchase the game and or song off this website:
http://www.pandemicstudios.com/mercenaries/index.php

This song has been purchased of iTunes.

RuneScape and FunOrb are copyright © 1999-2008 by Andrew Gower and Jagex Limited, a company registered in England and Wales (registered number 3982706). You can play RuneScape and FunOrb only at: http://www.RuneScape.com/
and
http://www.FunOrb.com/

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Charles Simonyi

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Charles Simonyi, Microsoft Former Chief Architect, Spaceman, Sees the Future of Software Development

Yesterday at the Technology Review’s annual summit on the MIT campus, Charles Simonyi, former chief architect Microsoft where, he lead the creation of Excel and Word, made the keynote speech.

He outlined a new approach to creating software, which is the business of his company Intentional Software. The system integrates “domain experts” with software developers. Here’s a report on ZDNet and another on CNET.

Charles Simonyi has accumulated quite a bit of wealth, Forbes put his net worth at $1 billion. He is one of the first space tourists, having paid $20 million for a two week trip on the International Space Station. His pal Martha Stewart accompanied him to Russia where she cooked a dinner to bring up in space for Charles and those lucky cosmonauts!

Doing the interview for Beet.TV here is Jason Pontin, editor and chief and publisher of Technology Review.

Speaking of Excel, it’s been in the news over the last couple of days with the discovery of a multiplication error. We did not ask Charles about his thoughts about it. Darn!

Great Times at MIT!

Hangin’ with Jason and Jai Singh (c), Editor-in-Chief of CNET’s News.com. Jai was Jason’s first boss way back in the InfoWorld days. Jai flew in from San Francisco for the conference.

Much more video to come: Great interviews with Kevin Rose, “our man in Paris” Tariq Krim of Netvibes and we “StumpledUpon” Garrett Camp! (The threesome above.) And others. Also, we swung by Forrester Research in Cambridge for the scoop on the HD formats war, the future of PC’s and more. Stay tuned to the purple channel!

— Andy Plesser

Posted on Thursday, September 27, 2007

Panasonic Bluetooth Phone Kit

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Panasonic’s Bill Taylor describes Panasonic’s phone kit that uses Bluetooth technology to enable you to connect your cell phone to a home handset. You can connect multiple handsets to your cell phone at home using Panasonic’s Bluetooth phone kit. How does Panasonic’s Bluetooth phone kit work?

Nostalgic review of mini-discs

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

The Boys Toys team look at the ‘latest’ technology ten years ago. Here the girls review that cutting edge technology – the mini disc.

OMRON SOFTWARE Mobile OmCR : DigInfo

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

DigInfo – http://www.diginfo.tv

At Embedded Technology 2008, Omron exhibited its OmCR, an optical character recognition software that can identify and translate text from a picture. This system can be used on cell phones and computers.

Up till now, OCR progams had difficulty recognizing characters in poor lighting or complex images. This program is intended for translating billboards and signs, menus, business cards and websites.

The Mobile OmCR can be equipped on various equipment and Omron plans on developing androids, iPhones, various cell phones and embedded equipment which support this software.

Currently OmCR is set to translate to Japanese.

Connecting an SCSI scanner to a computer is an older technology that requires a computer with a slot for an SCSI interface card. Get step-by-step instructions for opening a computer and attaching an SCSI scanner with information from a computer and technology specialist in this free video on computers.

Walter Mossberg; Reed Hastings (December 27, 2005)

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

The year in technology with Walter Mossberg, personal technology columnist at The Wall Street Journal, and Reed Hastings, the founder and CEO of Netflix.

Students Sue Western Career College

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Twenty students who enrolled in an ultrasound technology program at Western Career College have sued the school claiming they did not get the education they were promised.

The Gadget Show – Telepresence

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Jason takes a look at the very latest Telepresence technology, and explains how these gadgets allow us to interact with other environments when we’re not even there!

Tech Week in View: 21.11.08

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Katie Scott checks out some of the biggest stories to come out of the word of technology this week.

Urban Ninja

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Sneezing Panda

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