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Wednesday Morning (8 Comments) (link)
 Wednesday, 27-April-2005  01:42:28 (GMT +10) - by Agg

The Hubble Space Telescope turned 15 recently, wow. NASA has released two new photos to celebrate. The new images are so sharp that they could be enlarged to billboard size and still retain the stunning details. There's a video linked from that article too, but it's downloading very slowly here.

Astonishingly, people didn't appreciate the playing of the Bee Gees hit Staying Alive at the recent ANZAC day ceremony in Gallipoli.

Hexus think that SFF and BTX don't mix.

HardwareAnalysis wonder if 16x DVD burners are really that much quicker than 8x ones, while TCMag compare single and dual-channel DDR configs on A64.

There's some more info here about the long-term planetary effects of the 2004 Sumatran earthquake. The magnitude 9.3 earthquake has already been said to have shortened the day by fractions of a second, shifted the North Pole by an inch, and made the planet less fat around the middle.

TheBestCaseScenario built a pretty cool testbench setup case thing, while Gruntville have an article about a Feng Shui PC.

Adminprep show how to reassemble data from a packet sniffer.

ocelotx says we can call off the search for the Moore's Law magazine, because this guy in the UK won the prize.

Hexus compared ATI's Radeon X850 XT Platinum Edition AGP and Club3D's Radeon X800 XL AGP video cards, while TechWareLabs looked at the Hitachi 7K400 and Seagate 7200.8 400GB SATA hard drives. HWSecrets meanwhile consider the differences between AthlonXP and Sempr0n processors.

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