Saturday, 5-January-2002 23:16:14 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Interesting article on Wired about how Robert Elz, who has voluntarily maintained the .au domain for over 15 years, may have his responsibilities taken from him by force soon. Also, a US judge says keylogging is ok and an article on nano-fans.
This site has a video of remote control car on-board footage.. looks like it might be pretty cool, but at over 7MB and being on dialup I'll just look at the screenshots.. in a similar vein, Dan has reviewed some RC cars.
John pointed out TechnologyReview, a really interesting site packed with info about emerging technologies like nanotechnology and cloning etc. Some articles are for (paid) subscribers only, but there's plenty of free stuff too.
AOL Australia are running a competition where you can win a home theatre by giving them your personal details.. might be a quick way to increase your coaster collection, anyway, thanks Michael.
Compu-Geeks are giving away some arctic alumina thermal paste, too.
TheRegister have their take on the recent WinXP security problem and say, among other things, that the GRC.com utility we linked to yesterday disables the wrong thing, thanks Sabrtooth.
ProCooling have a pretty serious watercooling block roundup posted.
TomsHardware have a P4 vs AthlonXP comparison, thanks Stuey.. they also have an article on making your PC 5 times faster.. hmm, like to see them try that on this PC. :)
Boky sent in a page about Amiga Overclocking that I think we linked to a coupla years ago.. interesting tho.
Bit-Tech have a nice casemod project posted.
Mark says that FuelWatch.com.au is another petrol-price site that will even send an email each morning listing the top 10 prices in your area.
Pappasmurf noticed this lie-detecting camera article.
ComputerSource have a GF3 Ti200-based videocard shootout, while Hardware-Test reviewed the reference board.
Icrontic have an article about a government-run internet.
Digit-Life have posted their Technology Awards 2001..
EXHardware have a guide to setting up a home studio.
Grant noticed that Abit have announced their nForce motherboard.. wonder when the reviews of it will start coming out.
Glow Wire on My-Rig.
DFI NB70-SC I845D-based P4 DDR motherboard on PCHardware.
Lian-Li PC70 aluminium fulltower case on HWExtreme.
Iwill XP333 ALi-based SocketA DDR board on AMDMB.
GlobalWin SAK38 socket cooler on ThinkTechie.
Crystal Orb chipset cooler on MikhailTech.
GlobalWin SAK38 and CAK38 socket coolers on 8Balls.
PowerMagic Radeon VE and KyroII video cards on Bench-House.
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