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Amir and Nema = Writers.
Close friends but living in different places. Amir in Sweden, and Nema in Iran.
Married, no children.
Hobbies: Computer Sciences, Internet Surfing, Music, Movies,
Sports, Reading Any Readable Material! and Photographing.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2003
ACDSee 6.0 Review

We've been using ACDSee for a long time because of its uncanny ability to open and show just about any type of image file, and do it fast. But ACDSee is more than that. It is also a powerful tool for organization, and printing photos. With this new version, ACD Systems added multiple enhancements.
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Ferrari's Red Heat In Digital World

Ferrari-styled laptop from Acer and Ferrari digital camera from Olympus.
Acer's Ferrari 3000 laptop has 512MB of RAM, a 15-inch screen, a 60GB hard drive, built-in 802.11g, a DVD burner, and a memory card reader.(Via Gizmodo)

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Worst Jobs in Science

This is a very interesting survey from Popular Science, about the most unpleasant jobs in science. What people have to do for earning money from science. And at the end there are some historical unpleasant scientific jobs which worth reading.
I am very happy that I am not one of these scientists. Of course, if the payment is good, I am ready to choose one of them eagerly.

Posted at 08:21 am by Amir
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Tuesday, October 14, 2003
Using Google to Search Your Personal Blogsphere

Adding a free "blogs I read" search box to your own weblog provides your readers with an easy way to use Google to search the web, your site or just the blogs you read.

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A Million Gigabytes, How Many MP3s?

What the hell anyone needs one million gigabytes of storage capacity? Maybe governments but not individuals for sure.  IBM's new data storage system, codenamed Storage Tank, is designed for the most voracious data warehouser. Read more from Wired.

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Monday, October 13, 2003

We are just a moment in time,
A blink of an eye,
A dream for the blind,
Visions from a dying brain,
I hope you don't understand.


Words & Music: D. Patterson; Alternative 4; Anathema; 1998

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Need a Supercomputer, Try This!

You need a supercomputer, can you afford buying 1100 G5 Apple computers? It just costs 5m and of course it is much cheaper than 100m. Students at Virginia Tech have built one. Read more from BBC News Technology.

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Napster! MP3 player

napster playerSamsung's launching its Napster MP3 player . The YP-910GS is a 20GB hard drive player, and the Napster angle is that you can directly connect with the new Napster 2.0 music download service for automatically transferring tracks to the player. They're giving away 20 free Napster 2.0 downloads with purchase and it also comes pre-loaded with music from The Faint, the Dandy Warhols, Iggy Pop, and others. Besides the Napster stuff, it also has an FM transmitter for listening on a radio, and an FM tuner with an encoder that can make MP3s directly off of the radio.(via samsung)

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Sunday, October 12, 2003
Record, Store and watch...

We've been a big fan of KiSS Technologies, which lately has been a step or two ahead of many bigger electronics companies, coming out with some of the first DVD players that could play DivX video files and came with Ethernet ports for streaming content from a PC. They're cranking it up a notch with their new DP-558 DVD player, which besides having an Ethernet port and support for DivX, has a 80GB hard drive for recording TV shows. Read More...

Posted at 09:10 pm by Nema
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photoshop album 2.0

album 2.0Adobe announces Photoshop Album 2.0, an upgrade packed with new features and usability enhancements to quickly and easily find, fix, share and preserve digital photo memories. With a new user interface, digital photographers can utilize the Windows-based software to easily organize photos etc. To get a taste of this new product, Photoshop Album Starter Edition, which is a trimmed-down version of Photoshop Album 2.0, is available for free download.
"Digital cameras will again be the hot holiday gift item this year and Photoshop Album 2.0 is the perfect companion to round out that purchase," said Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president of Digital Imaging and Video Products at Adobe. "We've simplified the user interface and added more options that make organizing, editing and sharing photos with anyone, anywhere easier than ever."

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