Monthly Archives: May 2006

Can you sell music online without DRM?

This article on eMusic is quite an interesting read… If you have ever wondered if many companies sell music online that you can play on all your mp3 players (no DRM/windows media/AAC rubbish) then check out the article. It has … Continue reading

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What powers the Xbox 360?

I know the article is old, but it still has some details of the Power-based chip for Microsoft Xbox 360 3 identical multi-threaded PowerPC-based CPU cores operating at 3.2 GHz enhanced with specialized function VMX acceleration for gaming applications and … Continue reading

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Birdworld photos

Well, I finally got them online… here are a few of my favourites, but there are several more good ones in the gallery 36232 36242 36262 36292 36342

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Shogun lives!

There seems to be something moving in The Dojo!!!

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web2.0 and mashups

After a talk at work on the web2.0, I had a look at a couple of the mashups that were talked about. Real Time Satellite Tracking and WeatherBonk were both really quite cool. I am sure there are plenty more, … Continue reading

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The RFID Hacking Underground

Wired has and excellent article tilted The RFID Hacking Underground and it is a really interesting read on RFID security problems. I checked out the RFID lab at work recently and found that there is far more about RFID than … Continue reading

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