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Saturday Evening (3 Comments) (link)
 Saturday, 26-July-2003  18:50:54 (GMT +10) - by Agg

There's a program on SBS tonight at 7:30 that sounds interesting. Titled She Dreamed Tomorrow, this program chronicles the fascinating life and work of Ada Byron Lovelace (daughter of the English poet Lord Byron) and Charles Babbage, who in the 1840s designed the first computer prototypes.

TheModFathers have a roundup and explanation of UV dyes and tubing for brightly-coloured watercooling.

Apparently that hunting nude girls with paintballs thing was a hoax. Damnit, now I have to cancel my airline tickets.

MonsterHardware removed the heatspreader from a P4 CPU to see if that lets them overclock any better.

Need to get from Cuba to the USA? You could drive your truck there.. across 145 miles of seawater. Bizarre, thanks Tekin.

IPKonfig have an article about MRAM, which they say is not just newer and faster memory, it's a whole new ball game.

There's a security problem with earlier versions of DirectX, thanks OneArmedMan, so you might want to think about upgrading to the recently-released DirectX 9.0b.

RipNet have an article about Linux and Windows, and why they think Windows is safe for the forseeable future.

Xbit rounded up ten DVD burners from various manufacturers. They also have an article on Cyborgs among People.. one too many viewings of Terminator 3, perhaps.

Some Nigerian scammers went to jail.. aww. Funny, you'd think THE SON OF THE LATE GENERAL OOGLY-BOOGLY could get himself out of jail pretty easily, use some of that $21M you're always emailing everyone about.

Interesting Forum Threads:
Visual tricks (images) in The Pub.
Why am I dizzy? in Sport, Fitness and Health.
Is this an NF2 feature? (keyboard startup) in AMD Hardware.
Handy Tools and Links in Troubleshooting Help.
First CPU that you overclocked? in Overclocking and Hardware.

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