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Wednesday Afternoon (25 Comments) (link)
 Wednesday, 19-January-2005  14:26:41 (GMT +10) - by Agg

SilentPCReview looked at CES2005 from a quiet perspective. Xbit meanwhile talked to NVIDIA about their Sony PS3 involvement.

RipNet have some basic online security steps to consider.

Dan has more letters. In this issue: Magnet shopping, Zen gaming, mini-Dictaphone options, Soldering Gizmo #2637, a quote that ain't mine, and those wacky Nigerians.

Tech-Report cover GeForce 6600GT's in SLI for ultra high framerates. Anandtech meanwhile looked at "morphing" nForce4 Ultra into nForce4 SLI.

ArsTechnica have a report on some new Amiga technology, namely a Micro-AmigaOne motherboard and a copy of the OS 4 Developer Pre-Release.

Tweaktown take a look at the new ATI Catalyst 5.1 drivers, as do Hexus.

AuphanOnline did a little A64 overclocking.

Xbit wonder if AMD will bring DDR2 support anytime during 2005.

Sometimes it's not good to get the scoop, as one Apple fanboy has found out, having to find himself a laywer to defend an Apple lawsuit regarding announcing pre-release products - thanks McGyverrr.

I'll leave you with these pics, which a few people sent in from various places around the net, but we'll mirror them locally. I'm told they're from a teen magazine in 1983 and feature our favourite hunk, the world's sexiest programmer, in full "strike a pose" mode. Go Billy G!

 

Hmm, sudden wave of nausea. Actually, if you scroll down on this site, they claim the pics were taken in 1985 and not for a teen mag, but rather, as promo pics shortly after the launch of Windows 1.0.

(*uncontrollable dry retching* - Sciby)



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