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GXMG: Godzilla X MechaGodzilla

GXMG: Godzilla X MechaGodzilla

Ed Steele May 21, 2003 Comments Off on GXMG: Godzilla X MechaGodzilla

Did you know they still make Godzilla movies in Japan? Since the release of Gojira Mireniamu (known as Godzilla 2000) which was the first film in the “Millennium” series, a new film has been

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Speaking of blast from the past

Speaking of blast from the past

Ed Steele May 21, 2003 Comments Off on Speaking of blast from the past

Chad Schell, maker of The Intellicart and the Cuttle Cart for the Atari 2600 is at it again with the Cuttle Cart II. The first allowed you to encode Atari 2600 ROMs as audio

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Ironically, I didn’t have time to post this earlier

Ironically, I didn’t have time to post this earlier

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 Comments Off on Ironically, I didn’t have time to post this earlier

I really did find this before it was posted to Slashdot, honest. Anyway, ThinkGeek are now selling a wristwatch with FlashRAM storage and a little USB cable. It’s particularly stylish because of the way

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You know you’ve got too much Flash RAM when…

You know you’ve got too much Flash RAM when…

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 Comments Off on You know you’ve got too much Flash RAM when…

The guy who brought us Floppy Disk Drive RAID has used the same technique to produce Memory Stick RAID (look down the bottom of the page). He’s also upgraded the original FDD RAID with

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Playstation 2 Limited Edition Pastel Silver (Japanese Version)

Playstation 2 Limited Edition Pastel Silver (Japanese Version)

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 Comments Off on Playstation 2 Limited Edition Pastel Silver (Japanese Version)

Sony has released some limited edition PS2’s that are quite nice looking. Plays Japanese games only – it doesn’t look like this is the new version with built in remote or progressive scan playback

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No keyboard? No problem.

No keyboard? No problem.

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 Comments Off on No keyboard? No problem.

Like something out of Ghost in the Shell or Johny Mnemonic, Kitty Technologies have crossed a Nintendo Power Glove with lightweight bondage wrap for the hands and come up with a data entry system

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Etherkiller

Etherkiller

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 Comments Off on Etherkiller

Ever wanted to rewire your twisted pair hub to blow up all the computers attached to it? Of course you have. These guys didn’t stop with Etherkiller. They moved on to IDE and SCSI

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Lego brings back your Mac from the grave

Lego brings back your Mac from the grave

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 Comments Off on Lego brings back your Mac from the grave

Buried in a Slashdot category, listed on the sidebar at bOINGbOING, I know it’s been out for a few days, but someone has built a new case for an old Mac laptop out of

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Tomb Raider Camera: Panasonic SV-AV30 Review

Tomb Raider Camera: Panasonic SV-AV30 Review

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 1

Short review from Time on the Panasonic SV-AV30, which will be seen in the upcoming film Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. The reviewer’s bottom line is save your money: you can get more bang for your buck

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Minolta announces new CompactFlash adapter for SD memory cards

Minolta announces new CompactFlash adapter for SD memory cards

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 Comments Off on Minolta announces new CompactFlash adapter for SD memory cards

Minolta has released a SD to CompactFlash adapter that will allow you to use SD memory cards in cameras, PDAs, and laptops that only have a CF slot. According to Minolta, their adapter increases

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Weekend inspiration worse than hackers

Weekend inspiration worse than hackers

Ed Steele May 20, 2003 Comments Off on Weekend inspiration worse than hackers

A UK study reports that developers’ “weekend inspiration” is more likely to cause website downtime than malicious hackers. Monday is apparently the worst day for crashes since that is the day developers implement their

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RIP: Bandai Wonderswan

RIP: Bandai Wonderswan

Ed Steele May 19, 2003 Comments Off on RIP: Bandai Wonderswan

The Bandai WonderSwan handheld gaming console was designed by Gumpei Yokoi, who also designed the original Game Boy for Nintendo. Lik-Sang is reporting that Bandai is in the process of phasing out the little handheld,

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Turn your Clie NR70V into a Camcorder

Turn your Clie NR70V into a Camcorder

Ed Steele May 19, 2003 Comments Off on Turn your Clie NR70V into a Camcorder

Using Clievideo’s Vivid software, you can turn your Sony Clie NR70V into a camcorder and record video clips. Vivid can export clips with a playback rate of 90 FPS and supports 20 different PC formats.

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I’m working “from home” today… yeah, that’s it

I’m working “from home” today… yeah, that’s it

Ed Steele May 19, 2003 Comments Off on I’m working “from home” today… yeah, that’s it

The Register reports that 1,000 pubs around the UK will soon be getting high-speed wireless access provided by The Cloud. Starbucks had the same idea a while back. I have some ideas about who

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Matrix: Explained

Matrix: Explained

Ed Steele May 18, 2003 Comments Off on Matrix: Explained

Corporate Mofo has published a very interesting essay that explains the historical, literary and religious relevance of the story and characters of the new Matrix movie. While this may not be a gadget per

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