WeFi Connects You With Wireless Hotspots--And With People

Wireless networking meets social networking in WeFi (free). This useful software does double-duty: It helps you find reliable hot spots and then connect to them, and also helps you connect with your friends, and find new ones. Run the program and it shows nearby hot spots, with details about each such as signal strength and whether the network is encrypted.
WeFi finds hot spots near you?and people connected to them.>
You can also have the program send you to a Web page where you can see all the hot spots mapped out. New to this version of WeFi is its ability to show information about each hot spot such as whether it is a school, coffee shop, restaurant, home, and so on. And a new feature allows you to find hot spots not just in your immediate WiFi range, but beyond it as well, by consulting the WeFit database.
To see people who are connected to hot spots near you, click the People tab, and you'll see a list of people nearby who use WeFi. You can then get more information about any of them, and get in touch with them as well. In addition, the software also makes it easy for you to upload information about the hot spots you've found, and add them to the site's maps.
One problem with WeFi is that it's not always highly reliable in geolocation. When I connected to one hot spot, for example, it told me I was about nearly a mile away from where I really was. So don't necessarily trust its expertise at location. Still, despite that shortcoming, it's a useful program given that it's free.
Note that during the installation, it will make We-Fi search your default search engine, make We-Fi Search your default home page, and install a We-Fi toolbar. If you don't want those things done, at the beginning of the installation process, select Custom, and uncheck which of those options you don't want done. In addition, during the next step of the installation, it also installs the shopping software PriceGong, so if you don't want that installed, uncheck the box next to "Install PriceGong."
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HOLY ROBOT






The installation 'bios [bible]' consists of an industrial robot, which writes down the bible on rolls of paper. The machine draws the calligraphic lines with high precision. Like a monk in the scriptorium it creates step by step the text.

Starting with the old testament and the books of Moses ‘bios [bible]’ produces within seven month continuously the whole book. All 66 books of the bible are written on rolls and then retained and presented in the library of the installation.

‘bios [bible]’ is focussing on the questions of faith and technical progress. The installation correlates two cultural systems which are fundamental for societies today – religion and scientific rationalism. In this contexts scripture has all times an elementary function, as holy scripture or as formal writing of knowledge.

In computer technology 'basic input output system' (bios) designates the module which basicaly coordinates the interchange between hard- and software. Therefore it contains the indispensable code, the essential program writing, on which every further program can be established.


















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World's Thinnest Laptop - MacBook





The new MacBook Air was announced by Steve Jobs of Apple at MacWorld.
The MacBook Air is now the world’s thinnest notebook, and sure the be the hottest laptop of 2008.

The laptop features a very smooth design, hidden ports, backlit keyboard (sexy but useless) and it’s small and light weighing in at 3 pounds.
In fact, the MacBook air is .16 to .76 inches thin, making the profile a wedge shape.
The size is bout 13 inches wide by 9 inched deep.

Eco lovers will be happy that the MacBook Air uses mercury and arsenic-free glass and less packaging.

Technical specs

• .16 to .75-inch thickness on top
• 12.8 x 8.94 inches
• 3 pounds
• 5 hours of battery life with everything running
• Intel Core 2 Duo Processor at 1.6 or 1.8GHz, motherboard the length of a pencil.
• 800MHz frontside bus.
• 2GB RAM 667MHz DDR2 standard.
• 13.3-inch screen, LED backlit.
• 1,280 x 800 pixels
• Micro-DVI adapter (for DVI, VGA, composite and S-Video output)
• Intel GMA X3100 Graphics processor with 144MB RAM shared
• 1.8-inch 80GB HD or 64GB Solid State Drive (no moving pieces, but for a stunning $1,300 price increase!)
• Multitouch trackpad with gestures. Pans, zooms, rotates, etc.
• 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1.
Optional external HD for $99, USB-bus powered.
• Full backlit keyboard.
• One USB 2.0, one audio port, one Micro-DVI

MacBook Air is ultrathin, ultraportable, and ultra unlike anything else. But you don’t lose inches and pounds overnight. It’s the result of rethinking conventions. Of multiple wireless innovations. And of breakthrough design. With MacBook Air, mobile computing suddenly has a new standard.
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How 100 Dollar Bill Changed in 150 Years

As we all heard, the U.S. Treasury Department has unveiled high secure of the 100 Dollars bill. Now we are going to show how this bill have changed through 150 years, since 1860.




The 1862 version, back and front



The 1878 version, back and front



The 1880 version, back and front



The 1890 version, back and front



The 1914 version, back and front



The 1928 version, back and front



The 1934 version, back and front


The 1966 version, back and front



The 1969 version, only front


The 1990 version, back and front



The current, 1996 version, back and front



The 2010 version of the $100 bill, back and front


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Tollywood Trophy T20 Practice Match - Exclusive

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NXT gen Police car
























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