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Wednesday Afternoon (5 Comments) (link)
 Wednesday, 16-February-2005  17:38:50 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Something interesting from Paul: Attention OCAU fans of the Dr Karl Thursday science program on triple J - moi included. Details of how to subscribe to a podcast of the program are here. I installed the iPodder s/w to automatically get the podcast even though I haven't got an iPod yet :) so I can atleast listen to the mp3 file on my PC. Works ok.

Just as we're getting used to Intel's "Sonoma" Centrino mobile platform, HWZone.il have info on "Napa", the third generation centrino family.

Thanks to everyone who sent word that iiNet are buying Ozemail from its parent company MCI. This $110M purchase will make them the third largest ISP in Australia, after Telstra and Optus. Meanwhile Telstra says to expect dramatic slow-downs if you leech more than 10GB in a month on BigPond.

Here's a PC that thinks it's an Xbox.

Darkness spotted this video (on a possibly work-unsafe site) of the unveiling of the first Mac many years ago.

AMD has cut prices on a range of processors recently.

HWAnalysis have a ranty editorial about piracy, copy protection and price fixing.

Ambush sent word of new unoffical nForce drivers from Station Drivers.

VIA are celebrating their 100 millionth AMD chipset with a contest where you can win stuff. Win one of several K8T890 chipset motherboards or a complete Athlon 64 K8T890 system.

A judge has criticized SCO for a lack of evidence in their case against IBM regarding allegedly copied source code in Linux.

CoolTechZone compared a few linux distributions. I can hear the flamewar already. :)



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