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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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Friday, January 16, 2004
Human-Computer Interaction

This is a leap in the science of human-computer intecation. Receiving brain waves and thinks and transforming them into action is a challenging task and of course dream for many scientists. Some good ones and some evil thoughts. From developing artificial limbs and enabling paralyzed people to use their limbs to controling robot soldiers in battle fields from thousands of kilometers by professional scientist or maybe some kids who think that they are just playing a PC game!
Ok, read more from Popular Science. I personally think this Miguel Nicolelis is a genius researcher.

Posted at 08:44 am by Amir
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Classic Horror Stories

Download Full-text Classic Horror stories:
>Mary Shelley - Frankenstein | chapters 1-5  6-10  11-15  16-20  21-24
>Bram Stoker - Dracula | chapters 1-5  6-10  11-15  16-20  21-27

Posted at 05:17 am by Nema
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Thursday, January 15, 2004
At Last Someone Confessed

I think I have to consider going to one of these tournments, but unfortunately I am noy young anymore for this level of stress and concentration over a game. I still spend a couple of hours playing PC games. Maybe this is an addiction which is very hard to quit.
Read an article from BBC News about PC games competition for a slice of the $600,000 on offer in cash and prizes.

Posted at 08:44 am by Amir
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Wednesday, January 14, 2004
Free Web Space Guide

Description And Comparing Of using the free internet hard drive services.

Posted at 07:01 am by Nema
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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Lighting For Macrophotography

A Persian Article about tips And Tricks Of Macrophotography And It's Lighting.(translated By Me)
>Part One
>Part Two

Posted at 10:04 pm by Nema
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A Swedish Study Links Mobile Phones to Brain Damage

Don't panic. This study was just done over rats. But This findings have re-ignited a longstanding debate among scientists and cellphone manufacturers over cellphone safety. Read full story from Popular Science.

Posted at 08:31 am by Amir
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Monday, January 12, 2004
Hormone Replacement Therapy, Good or Not Good?

Use of HRT has been under many investigations and you can see many results, from very good to this new research. When my mother asked me to take the medication, I told her, "yes of course, why not?", but now, it seems that I must call her and tell her, "no way to take those nasty medications, they may cause breast cancer". With these new researches any result may happen. May be next year we hear that in a research they discovered that these amount of vitamins everyone takes is carcinogen and dangerous, who knows.

Posted at 09:49 am by Amir
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Low-Light Indoors Pictures

An Uesful Article About In-door Photography.

Posted at 07:42 am by Nema
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Sunday, January 11, 2004
Leukemia Vaccine

Successful tests in mice could herald a vaccine treatment for people with a form of leukemia. Read the story from BBC Health News

Posted at 07:32 am by Amir
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Saturday, January 10, 2004
Still Smaller Harddisks

I don't know how far this process of making small things can continue. The latest one is the very small harddisks. Unbelievable. You could soon be able to store much more on a MP3 player, digital camera or mobile phone. What for? More than 10000 pictures on a digital camera? More than 50000 MP3s on a MP3 player? I don't know.
Read the full story from BBC Tech News.

Posted at 07:25 am by Amir
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