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Archive for August, 2004
While it may not be the most useful thing in the world, it sure is cool the first few times…Toogle is “a Text version of Googles Image Search. Currently it creates images out of the very term that was used to fetch those images, later we will endeavour to create images out of the search […]
By installing Windows XP Service Pack 2 on your machine you are limiting the number of concurrent TCP connections you can have to 10. This was not the case prior to SP2. The kind folks of the community have hacked tcpip.sys, increasing the number of concurrent TCP connections to 50.
Download the .torrent […]
A new iTunes music sharing application has surfaced: ourTunes. Though currently under heavy development, ourTunes is supposed to allow you to browse and download from other people’s iTunes Music Shares. From the project’s website:
If you are running ourTunes from home, I’m sorry to say but you’ll probably be pretty disappointed. It’s really only […]
According to CNN.com, the International Olympic Committee has told athletes, coaches and Olympics personnel that they cannot publish first hand accounts of their experiences at the games. This is being done to keep the money that is still flowing into the games via lucrative broadcast contracts (NBC for the US at least) high. […]
Google has released a beta version of GMail Notifier, a utility that “displays an icon in your system tray to let you know if you have unread Gmail messages, and shows you their subjects, senders and snippets, all without your having to open a web browser.”
No surprise here, but notifier is currently only available for […]
This has great potential. MSN has teamed up with three movie industry players, one of which, CinemaNow, will offer movie downloads (with DRM of course). From the press release:
“You come in to one place, then you go off to a co-branded site with CinemaNow, where the [Microsoft] butterfly is at the top part […]
Sony’s next Playstation will use the company’s latest disc technology, the Blu-ray Disc. With capacities of 23GB on a single side, it will be interesting to see how game producers make use of all that space - especially since they currently only use 2.5/4.5GB on most games today. Also interesting will be Playstation […]
Everyone was wondering how long it it would take before someone cracked the public key encryption that Apple’s AirPort Express uses to allow software to play audio through it. Jon Lech Johnasen, also the creator of DeCSS, has posted to his website, the public key as well as a software application (for Windows […]
With another month, brings another release of every Mac lovers favorite resource, Serial Box. Get the August 04 version of Serial Box from all of the usual sources. New this month, 69 applications (click the more to find out which ones).