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Good Ol Monday Morning... (2 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 28-February-2005  02:03:53 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

From Virtual-Hideout: Iíve just posted my latest Interview. This time itís with the founder/CEO of Directron.com. A powerhouse of an operation with 100,000 square foot facility and over 12,000 products, itís a must read. Check it out, here.

Bit-Tech have a guide to Digital Photography posted up on their site. In Part 1 - we show you how to pick where to buy your camera from, and how to avoid the con-artists that will take your money and run.

Westnet and Internode have released new plans recently. Australian Broadband is sllloowly getting there, will be good when we get these iiSlams and Agile DSLAMs populating through our cities.

OC Mod Shop has posted an article titled: The Current State of nVidia SLI - SLI Part 3.

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) has developed a technology that uses the human body as a high-speed network and hopes to next year commercialize the technology in Human Area Networks (HANs) that provide a communications link between people and electronic devices, the company said Monday. Full story on PCWorld, thanks Murray!

Richard lets us know that Foxtel has released a Personal Video Recorder option for their Digital Service. Full story on Gadget Lounge.

Anandtech gets their hands on some nice hardware; four Opterons in a 3RU, groovy! Thanks Grahem.

The Tech Zone has posted a Beginners Guide to HTTP.

Iroquois also lets us know that VIA has now shipped 100 million chipsets for the AMD platform.

Artic Squad has published a roundup of VGA coolers. Ranging from the new popular Zalman VF700 Al/Cu to the NV Silencer 5.

I've found my new monitor, well two of these wouldn't go astray on my desk! ExtremeTech has a look at the new Dell UltraSharp 2405FPW Widescreen LCD. Thanks for sending the link in Neil, who also appended this with the link - Now I just have to collect 35,772 bottles to return in SA and I can afford one!.

Looking for a nice and easy mod for your case? Well putting your case on wheels might be the way to go. They make case transportation a bit easier and they look nice too.

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