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Tuesday Morning (6 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 19-April-2005  00:59:45 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Quite a few people sent news that Adobe is going to buy Macromedia out. Info here on Adobe's site and here on Macromedia's. More info here, here and here.

Anandtech have an Intel dual core shootout, with nForce4 squaring up against Intel's i955X.

It's a busy week in space, with the space station being restocked, NASA's DART project falling short and the next Shuttle launch drawing nearer.

Andy sent word that an American woman is suing her ISP for providing her details to the RIAA, so they could penalise her for downloading copyright-protected files.

USAToday have an article explaining about Internet2. That can make it less stable than Internet1 - but it's also about 100 times as fast under typical conditions.

Infra-red light is being used to read faded ink on ancient manuscripts from classical Greece and Rome. Material ranges from the 3rd to the 7th centuries BC and includes work by classical writers such as Sophocles, Euripides and Hesiod.

However, some publications really are just gibberish.

Thetron spotted an article suggesting Disneyland may be coming down under. The property Disney are said to be looking at is a 30 hectare property that was released for tourism development by the NSW State Government last week near Blacktown, the area where the since-closed Wonderland Sydney theme park was located.

Gords noticed that the Sydney Morning Herald have been online for 10 years now, and have a look back at how things have changed for them.

LethalCorpse sent in this Minority Report type hand-gesture control system.

LinuxHardware looked at a few high-end PSUs. We recently had a thirteen PSU roundup too.

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