Windows 7's GodMode

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This doesn’t seem to expose any hidden functionality that a Windows enthusiast wouldn’t know already, but still pretty cool to get all the customisation options under a single control panel icon. Although it’s name suggests perhaps even grander capabilities, Windows enthusiasts are excited over the discovery of…
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WordPress 2.9.1

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After over a million downloads of WordPress 2.9 and lots of feedback from all of you, we’re releasing WordPress  2.9.1.  This release addresses a handful of minor issues as well as a rather annoying problem where scheduled posts and pingbacks are not processed correctly due…
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Engadget's Nexus One review

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I won’t ruin the review by giving you Engadget’s summary here. It’s a thorough write-up and definitely worth a read, even if you’re just vaguely interested in The Mobile Phone Wars. Nexus One review — Engadget.

Vitamin d

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The ideal monitoring software for home and small business Vitamin D Video detects people and moving objects in video streams for security and monitoring purposes. It runs on a PC or Mac, and uses off-the-shelf USB webcams or network (IP) cameras. For the first time,…
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The Hacker's Diet

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One day, I’ll assemble a list of tips that I’ve picked up from reading various diet books, but until then read this. “How can I lose weight?” “Simple, eat less food than your body burns.” “How can I learn to do that?” Read this book.…
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