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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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Sunday, November 16, 2003
Optical Illusion

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Lock On: Modern Air Combat

 PC games:
From the first computer I had, an old Spectrum+, my favourite genre of games was "Flight Simulators".
When I bought a PC, the first thing I was looking for was one of these games. I found F-19 and after that F-117 and then... . Then I upgraded (changed) my computer to a better one and then another flight simulator until I couldn't play anymore, because in the race of upgrading computers I couldn't keep the pace. The last one I played was F-18 Korea. I remember that I had some money and I had to chose between buying an stethoscope and a joystick. Of course it was not hard for me to decide, I chose the joystick! and I destroyed that after a couple of months!
Now I found out about a very good combat flight simulator, maybe the best one. I can't play this of course because I don't have time to learn and play this. Learing just the keys and mastering controls takes a lot of time and practice.
Ok, this simulation is called "Lock on: Modern Air Combat", but it is not out yet and if you want it you have to wait. This preview is from GameSpot.

Posted at 01:10 am by Amir
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Saturday, November 15, 2003
Daily Cartoon

Visit Randy Glassbergen Page For More Cartoons.

Posted at 07:18 am by Nema
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OLED Displays

What are these OLED displays and how they work?
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) uses a carbon-based designer molecule that emits light when an electric current passes through it. Piece lots of molecules together and you've got a superthin display of stunning qualityno power-draining backlight required.
Read more from PC Magazine.

Posted at 01:40 am by Amir
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Friday, November 14, 2003
Taking 3D Pictures With Digital Camera

If You Have A digital Camera,You Can Take 3D Pictures With Using Of Mission 3D.

Posted at 07:14 am by Nema
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Remove Noise From Your Digital Pictures

How To Remove Noise From Digital Pictures And Comparison Tools For It.( Via Photography Blog).

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Thursday, November 13, 2003
Electromagnetic Levitation (Maglev) Technology

This is a little bit old but I didn't know that they did it at last and in China. They are a very hard-working nation. In Sweden, they are very active and mostly good and honest people.
Ok, the technology (Maglev) made the world's most advanced ground-transportation system possible: Floating a couple of centimeters off its guideway, it whisks passengers along at 430 Km per hour on an ultrasmooth and quiet ride.
Read full story with history, videos and reports.

Posted at 08:36 am by Amir
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Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Wi-Fi in the Sky

Interesting! Having Wi-Fi in planes in order to give passengers access to a broadband connection on long-haul flights. 40 of Singapore Airlines' planes will be equipped with Wi-Fi connections to high-speed satellite service. It is good for some I-addicts like me to surf the net everywhere even in the sky (read story). Anyway, is there any way to surf the net even in sleep? Anyone knows about that? Maybe someday it would be possible.

Posted at 08:22 am by Amir
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Double Monitor

Two 15-inch LCD flat panels with 2048 x 768 resolution in a side-by-side configuration mounted on a single, space-efficient base stand.

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Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Rage Against the (Chess) Machine

Kasparov again against a beast. He has to play with ChessBase's Fritz and if he could win, 200,000 will be his (damn! I have to learn CHESS!). Kasparov will face the software running on a four-processor Xeon server, which will be capable of assessing about 3 million moves a second (no chance for me, I thought that it has only 3 processor not four!). Read more... form Wired News.

Posted at 08:34 am by Amir
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