Cell phones and radiation: 10 best and 10 worst

10 best phones (lowest radiation)

  1. Samsung Impression (SGH-a877)
  2. Motorola RAZR V8
  3. Samsung SGH-t229
  4. Samsung Rugby (SGH-a837)
  5. Samsung Propel Pro (SGH-i627)
  6. Samsung Gravity (SGH-t459)
  7. T-Mobile Sidekick
  8. LG Xenon (GR500)
  9. Motorola Karma QA1
  10. Sanyo Katana II

10 worst phones  (highest radiation)

10 best phones (lowest radiation)

  1. Samsung Impression (SGH-a877)
  2. Motorola RAZR V8
  3. Samsung SGH-t229
  4. Samsung Rugby (SGH-a837)
  5. Samsung Propel Pro (SGH-i627)
  6. Samsung Gravity (SGH-t459)
  7. T-Mobile Sidekick
  8. LG Xenon (GR500)
  9. Motorola Karma QA1
  10. Sanyo Katana II

10 worst phones  (highest radiation)

  1. Motorola MOTO VU204
  2. T-Mobile myTouch 3G
  3. Kyocera Jax S1300
  4. Blackberry Curve 8330
  5. Motorola W385
  6. T-Mobile Shadow
  7. Motorola C290
  8. Motorola i335
  9. Motorola MOTO VE240
  10. Blackberry Bold 9000

    To learn more read this: http://green.yahoo.com/blog/the_conscious_consumer/91/cell-phones-and-radiation-10-best-and-10-worst.html

    Here is the site to check the radiation on your phone: http://www.ewg.org/cellphone-radiation

8 technologies to thank the 1980s for

Not just a decade of bad hair, dodgy clothes and neon. The 1980’s provided us with these 8 beauties of technology.
1. The Personal Computer
2. The CD
3. The Walkman
4. The Video Cassette Recorder
5. The mobile phone
6. The ZX Spectrum
7. The camcorder
8. Games consoles

Read more here http://www.techradar.com/news/world-of-tech/8-technologies-to-thank-the-1980s-for-635764?artc_pg=1

Not just a decade of bad hair, dodgy clothes and neon. The 1980’s provided us with these 8 beauties of technology.
1. The Personal Computer
2. The CD
3. The Walkman
4. The Video Cassette Recorder
5. The mobile phone
6. The ZX Spectrum
7. The camcorder
8. Games consoles

Read more here http://www.techradar.com/news/world-of-tech/8-technologies-to-thank-the-1980s-for-635764?artc_pg=1

The Iphone recession special case


If you spent all of your money on a new Iphone and didn’t save enough for a nice hard protective case you should check out the recession special case at case-mate. http://www.case-mate.com/iPhone-3G-Cases/Case-Mate-iPhone-3G–3GS-recession-case.asp

Product Questions & Answers

Q) Is it waterproof?
A) No, so dont put it in the dishwasher

Q) Is this case flammable?
A) If you light it on fire it is

Q) Does it come assembled?
A) no, see our animated gif for a step by step demo!

Q) What device does this case support?
A) iPhone 1G + 3G + 3GS

Q) How does this case stay together?
A) It has locking tabs at the bottom and top of the case, as well as an adhesive strip to keep the case held together

Q) Can I use this case to microwave my frozen pizzas?
A) I dont see why not, although we cant insure quality taste

Q) Will this case make me awesome?
A) I think that goes without saying

Q) Is there a warranty?
A) no, it is cardboard afterall

Q) Can I get a paper cut on my ear while using this case?
A) My first guess would be no, but anything is possible, we dont promote unsafe use of the recession case

Q) How long will the case be sold?
A) as long as it needs to be to get us out of this recession! or while supplies last


If you spent all of your money on a new Iphone and didn’t save enough for a nice hard protective case you should check out the recession special case at case-mate. http://www.case-mate.com/iPhone-3G-Cases/Case-Mate-iPhone-3G–3GS-recession-case.asp

Product Questions & Answers

Q) Is it waterproof?
A) No, so dont put it in the dishwasher

Q) Is this case flammable?
A) If you light it on fire it is

Q) Does it come assembled?
A) no, see our animated gif for a step by step demo!

Q) What device does this case support?
A) iPhone 1G + 3G + 3GS

Q) How does this case stay together?
A) It has locking tabs at the bottom and top of the case, as well as an adhesive strip to keep the case held together

Q) Can I use this case to microwave my frozen pizzas?
A) I dont see why not, although we cant insure quality taste

Q) Will this case make me awesome?
A) I think that goes without saying

Q) Is there a warranty?
A) no, it is cardboard afterall

Q) Can I get a paper cut on my ear while using this case?
A) My first guess would be no, but anything is possible, we dont promote unsafe use of the recession case

Q) How long will the case be sold?
A) as long as it needs to be to get us out of this recession! or while supplies last

Q) Does it come with a screen protector?
A) no we are in a recession!

Q) How long will the product last?
A) forever as long as you don’t destroy it!

Q) Is this case made from recycled cardboard?
A) 100% of only the best for you!

Q) Will the product scratch my device?
A) no! its cardboard not brick!

Q) Is the CM logo impressed on the case?
A) this is known as the “peoples case”

Q) Will this product be sold at case-mate retail locations?
A) Nope! The recession case is sold exclusively here at case-mate.com!

How to Build a Kick-Ass MAME Arcade Cabinet from an Old PC

MaximumPC has an awesome article about how to build your own arcade cabinet from an old PC. Instruction and step by step on how to build the whole cabinet. If I had a little more time and a workshop this would be my first project. http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/how_build_kickass_mame_arcade_rig_old_pc_pics?page=0%2C0

MaximumPC has an awesome article about how to build your own arcade cabinet from an old PC. Instruction and step by step on how to build the whole cabinet. If I had a little more time and a workshop this would be my first project. http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/how_build_kickass_mame_arcade_rig_old_pc_pics?page=0%2C0

The unspoken truth about managing geeks

Jeff Ello is a hybrid veteran of the IT and CG industries, currently managing IT for the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University has wrote a nice article for Computer world about “The unspoken truth about managing geeks.” Jeff really does a nice job of describing geek culture and how to manage your IT staff. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9137708/Opinion_The_unspoken_truth_about_managing_geeks?taxonomyId=14&pageNumber=1

Jeff Ello is a hybrid veteran of the IT and CG industries, currently managing IT for the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University has wrote a nice article for Computer world about “The unspoken truth about managing geeks.” Jeff really does a nice job of describing geek culture and how to manage your IT staff. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9137708/Opinion_The_unspoken_truth_about_managing_geeks?taxonomyId=14&pageNumber=1

IBM’s 8-core POWER7: twice the muscle, half the transistors

IBM’s 8-core POWER7 crams an amazing amount of hardware into about half the space of the competition. Its secret is that its large shared cache is made of DRAM, and not the less-dense SRAM that processors normally use. http://arstechnica.com/hardware/news/2009/09/ibms-8-core-power7-twice-the-muscle-half-the-transistors.ars

IBM’s 8-core POWER7 crams an amazing amount of hardware into about half the space of the competition. Its secret is that its large shared cache is made of DRAM, and not the less-dense SRAM that processors normally use. http://arstechnica.com/hardware/news/2009/09/ibms-8-core-power7-twice-the-muscle-half-the-transistors.ars

How 20 popular websites looked when they launched

Someone found the Waybackmachine and decided to post 20 screen shots of popular websites what they looked like when they launched. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/6125914/How-20-popular-websites-looked-when-they-launched.html

Someone found the Waybackmachine and decided to post 20 screen shots of popular websites what they looked like when they launched. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/6125914/How-20-popular-websites-looked-when-they-launched.html