It’s like, cool, man. CharisMac
has the coolest 4-port Firewire Hub on the planet!
Firewire Dino is stomping through town and he means business. With piercing red eyes and an open mouth that lights up when plugged in to the Firewire bus, Firewire Dino is as menacing as he is useful. When he’s not destroying your desk* he’s helping you with your Firewire connectivity problems.
As far as the comments concerning it though. Hm. Bad babelfish, bad.
U lun it will listen to and the toy store for
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Oh, yeah. If you wish to be so kind as to help me (and you) get a free iPod. It’s like a viral thang.
You can also tell me if you want a gmail account. First I had none, then I had few, and now I have some for you. Poetic, huh?
Enjoy the farking fantasy that would be realized if you could use Photoshop tools and filters in the real world while you’re waiting for the spam to flow into that new gmail account you just got.
If you’d rather dream of a more possible reality, check out an earth friendly and convenient commute method over at the Google Blog. “We like things to be efficient and fast, so it’s logical that we’d set up a shuttle service for all the Googlers driving to Mountain View from San Francisco every day. Doing it in a Googley way, we went a step further than providing a shuttle. Our bus runs on biodiesel fuel.”
Picture messaging – it’s worse than you thought | The Register
If camera phones are to replace traditional cameras as the main snapper, photos need to be printed and stored. And a new problem has arisen. The photos that networks deliver don’t match the megapixel images that users think they’re sending.