Availabot – physical representation of presence in Instant Messenger

Availabot is a physical representation of presence in Instant Messenger applications. Availabot plugs into your computer by USB, stands to attention when your chat buddy comes online, and falls down when they go away. It’s a presence-aware, peripheral-vision USB toy… and because the puppets are made in small numbers on a rapid-prototyping machine, it can […]

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The Mermaids of Juan Cabana

Mermaids exist in the twilight place between land and sea, in the psychological intertidal zone between life-giver and life-taker. Wanton, seductive and alluring, these amphibious goddesses of classical myth toy unabashedly with a man’s affections, offering him sweetness yet bringing only death. The paintings of the pre-Raphaelites portray mermaids as lovely maidens with a silvery […]

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Cube rack

Coat racks have fallen out of use, largely because of the fact that they are often aesthetically unpleasing or just plain ugly. Young U.K designer Jennifer Marriott has developed a simple, yet ingenious way to bury the traditional coat rack with her cube style design. This coat rack and storage area is a contemporary look […]

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Device uses waves to “print” on water surface

Researchers at Akishima Laboratories (Mitsui Zosen), working in conjunction with professor Shigeru Naito of Osaka University, have developed a device that uses waves to draw text and pictures on the surface of water. The device, called AMOEBA (Advanced Multiple Organized Experimental Basin), consists of 50 water wave generators encircling a cylindrical tank 1.6 meters in […]

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Image Gallery Plugin Updated (1.3)

Version 1.3 is out. Added support of EXIF tags (optional) and %url% – link to actual image to implement complex macros for external image processing. See plugin page for more details.

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System Administrator Appreciation Day

Friday, July 28th, 2006, is the 7th annual System Administrator Appreciation Day. A sysadmin unpacked the server for this website from its box, installed an operating system, patched it for security, made sure the power and air conditioning was working in the server room, monitored it for stability, set up the software, and kept backups […]

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SL91 : New Slider from BenQ

BenQ-Siemens has launched a new slider handset, the SL91 which reveals its sensor keypad, hidden under a smooth black surface, only when touched. Thanks to sensory controls (Force Sensitive Resistor), the slider mobile reacts to only slight pressure. Futuristic light effects showing missed calls or SMS are sure to cause a stir. Apart from design, […]

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Nokia starts tests of Wi-Fi Internet mobile calls

HELSINKI (Reuters) – Nokia, the world’s largest cellphone maker, has started its first tests of a technology that allows users to roam seamlessly between phone networks and local wireless hotspots such as Wi-Fi. Fifty families in Oulu near the polar circle in northern Finland will test the technology over the next two months, Nokia said […]

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PostXING : open source desktop weblog publishing application

PostXING is an open source desktop weblog publishing application written in C#. Just like Blogjet but opensource and free [via Vasanth Dharmaraj's Blogs ]

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Open A Beer Bottle With Your Hat

Steve writes The “OpenerHat” is another one of those “I wish I thought of that” ideas, sticking a bottle opener underneath the brim of a baseball cap. It seems like companies always give away bottle openers with their logos on them, but you never have one handy when you need one. If you like to […]

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