Setting up google Voice

Ziggy Tek has an article about how to set up google voice if you get invited: http://blog.ziggytek.com/2009/07/16/i-received-the-google-voice-invite-the-service-is-absolutely-amazing/

Ziggy Tek has an article about how to set up google voice if you get invited: http://blog.ziggytek.com/2009/07/16/i-received-the-google-voice-invite-the-service-is-absolutely-amazing/

How 16 Electronics Companies Got Their Names

Mental floss has a nice article about how these 16 companies go their names.
1. Kodak
2. Nintendo
3. Sony
4. Sega
5. Nokia
6. Cisco Systems
7. Atari
8. Toshiba
9. Sanyo
10. Seiko
11. Canon
12. Sharp
13. Magnavox
14. Coleco
15. Motorola
16. Samsung
http://blogs.static.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/28823.html

Mental floss has a nice article about how these 16 companies go their names.
1. Kodak
2. Nintendo
3. Sony
4. Sega
5. Nokia
6. Cisco Systems
7. Atari
8. Toshiba
9. Sanyo
10. Seiko
11. Canon
12. Sharp
13. Magnavox
14. Coleco
15. Motorola
16. Samsung
http://blogs.static.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/28823.html

How to make a lol-cat

Wikihow now has how to make a lol-cat. If you follow the directions you can make a lol-cat for yourself and share it with the world. There are only a few steps and this wikihow articles makes it real easy.

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Lolcat
Lolcats are addictive! Be forewarned!

If you do not understand how lol-cat speak is translated here is a good resource. Just type in English what you want translated and it into lol-cat. http://speaklolcat.com/

If you create any lol-cats feel free to post them to my forum: Lol-cat forum page

Wikihow now has how to make a lol-cat. If you follow the directions you can make a lol-cat for yourself and share it with the world. There are only a few steps and this wikihow articles makes it real easy.

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Lolcat
Lolcats are addictive! Be forewarned!

If you do not understand how lol-cat speak is translated here is a good resource. Just type in English what you want translated and it into lol-cat. http://speaklolcat.com/

If you create any lol-cats feel free to post them to my forum: Lol-cat forum page

VLC 1.0.0 is out!

VLC 1.0.0 include the following improvements:

* Free, Open Source and cross-platform
* Independant of systems codecs to support most video types
* Live recording
* Instant pausing and Frame-by-Frame support
* Finer speed controls
* New HD codecs (AES3, Dolby Digital Plus, TrueHD, Blu-Ray Linear PCM, Real Video 3.0 and 4.0, …)
* New formats (Raw Dirac, M2TS, …) and major improvements in many formats…
* New Dirac encoder and MP3 fixed-point encoder
* Video scaling in fullscreen
* RTSP Trickplay support
* Zipped file playback
* Customizable toolbars
* Easier encoding GUI in Qt interface
* Better integration in Gtk environments
* MTP devices on linux
* AirTunes streaming
* New skin for the skins2 interface

Get it here http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index2.html

VLC 1.0.0 include the following improvements:

* Free, Open Source and cross-platform
* Independant of systems codecs to support most video types
* Live recording
* Instant pausing and Frame-by-Frame support
* Finer speed controls
* New HD codecs (AES3, Dolby Digital Plus, TrueHD, Blu-Ray Linear PCM, Real Video 3.0 and 4.0, …)
* New formats (Raw Dirac, M2TS, …) and major improvements in many formats…
* New Dirac encoder and MP3 fixed-point encoder
* Video scaling in fullscreen
* RTSP Trickplay support
* Zipped file playback
* Customizable toolbars
* Easier encoding GUI in Qt interface
* Better integration in Gtk environments
* MTP devices on linux
* AirTunes streaming
* New skin for the skins2 interface

Get it here http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index2.html

Gmail and Other Google Apps Finally Shed “Beta” Label

The google apps taken out of beta are Gmail, Calendar, Docs, and Talk. Here is an article from the New York Time: Technology section Bits. http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/07/07/gmail-and-other-google-apps-finally-shed-beta-label/?partner=rss&emc=rss

The google apps taken out of beta are Gmail, Calendar, Docs, and Talk. Here is an article from the New York Time: Technology section Bits. http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/07/07/gmail-and-other-google-apps-finally-shed-beta-label/?partner=rss&emc=rss