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Wednesday Night (7 Comments) (link)
 Wednesday, 23-July-2008  21:16:26 (GMT +10) - by Agg

We're a little late reporting on this, but the Internet Industry Association has released a code of practice for Australian ISPs and content hosts. This is related to the legislation changes earlier this year. I haven't really digested it yet, but there's more info here and here, with discussion here.

PCStats have a beginner's guide to diagnosing bad memory. Does your Windows-based PC crash for no apparent reason? Well OK, mine does too, but does yours crash often? At random times? With Nasty blue Screens of Death? If the answer is "yes", you may very well have a memory problem.

Techgage report on the HOPE 2008 conference that occurred recently. The seventh HOPE conference was held this past weekend in NYC and I was there to take in the numerous talks. Such subjects covered were lock picking, Wikipedia's evils, YouTube, FOIA, hardware hacking and a lot more. Special talks were also given by Steven Rambam, Steven Levy, Adam Savage and Jello Biafra.

From g@z: I got this emailed to me today, dunno how recent it is. According to myepg, it appears that a TV station are trying to make it illegal to use an Electronic Program Guide to program any device to record a TV show. This means it would be illegal to look in the paper, see what’s on TV and then set your Media PC or any other device to record it. Fight the power and sign the petition here.

From DriverHeaven: We have released the final version of the popular DH Mobility Modder. this application now support almost every mobile chipset that ATI have released to this date. The final version is the end product of 2 years solid work and development from our coders. You can download this application for free over here.

HWZone looked at the ASUS Eee Box Nettop. Check out our hands on of the ASUS Eee Box, the first nettop to have made its way to our labs. Stay with us as we get our hands on action with this Intel Atom based nettop that may change the world of cheap miniature computing.



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