Monthly Archives: March 2008

Physics Games

I have been wanting to write about this for a while (well, since Roo first wrote his post) but wasnt sure whether to just point to Roo’s post, or whether to repeat the contents of it here. I have decided … Continue reading

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Jungle Disk – online backup using Amazon S3

Dale Lane has a very informative post/review of Jungle Disk Jungle disk is an online backup/archive service powered by Amazon S3 storage – Dale includes some calculated pricing from his usage, which is incredibly helpful. I think it might actually … Continue reading

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Strobist: “Moment it Clicks” Back in Stock Again

Strobist is reporting that Joe McNally’s book “Moment it Clicks” is back in stock on Amazon. Along with this announcement, they have a fantastic video of Joe doing a photoshoot for National Geographic of the light at the top of … Continue reading

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Awesome snowboarding photo

Strobist pointed me to this awesome off-camera flash photo of a snowboarder – absolutely fantastic! Dan Medhurst – Document Snowboard Mag Front Cover: 50th Special Edition!!

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The REAL reason we use Linux

An Amazing Mind has an interesting insight into why people use linux We tell people we use Linux because it’s secure. Or because it’s free, because it’s customizable, because it’s free (the other meaning), because it has excellent community support… … Continue reading

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Fingerprint secured USB memory sticks

When I first heard about these, I thought “what a great idea”. Then, almost immediately, I wondered if they were really secure or if it was a gimmick and the security was in fact rubbish – Well, I know now… … Continue reading

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