So you sick of the sound of your little 4 speed car or family station wagon, and your girlfriend isn’t exactly mad keen driving in it. How about blinging it up a bit, or at least pretend to bling it up a bit. This little gizmo, is basically your engine vroom boombox. You decide on what car you want yours to sound like, whether it be a Lambhorghini V16, Nissan 350Z, or even a Harley Davidson, crank up the volume, and you’ll feel like quite the main man driving down the main road with the window down!
With the release of Windows Vista around the corner, many beta testers have been raving about its new easy to use interface. At CrystalXP.net, you don’t have to wait for Windows Vista to be released, you can install the Vista interface on your Windows XP operating system. All it requires is a 27mb install file downloadable off their website. The new Vista look has many improved features, with an impressive new colour scheme, a ObjectDock bar, and new fancy icons.
At any point in time, if you don’t like the look you can uninstall the interface and roll back to the default XP theme. I strongly recommend a look though. I use it and love it.
So there is a fire in your office block, you are stuck on the 29th floor, and you are engulfed in choking dark smoke. You need an air supply. Well if you happen to have one of these gizmos in your back pocket, might just survive long enough for the firemen to save you. Honestly though, I think I would rather chance it and jump out a window, or even suffocate to death, then use a toilet pipe air supply. Imagine, some guy didn’t flush.
Sent to me by a mate, thanks brother Stox:
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Finally we have the “Mole Station Native Nursery” based in New South
How cool is this. This gizmo allows you to manage and mix your mp3s using your ipods, or various other input devices. Who has two ipods? I don’t know, but I like the idea. Read more here Numark
Line speed = 1Mbps
Download Size = 100GB
Est. Download Time = 9.5 days
ISP (34 x 3GB accounts @ R269) = R9 146
Line rental (ADSL) = R680
Line rental (residential voice) = R92.28
Total = R9 918.28
Line speed = 1Gbps
Download Size = 100GB
Est Download Time = 13 minutes
Flight (SAA) = R7 942
Internet cafe (average cost @ HKD20) = R17.43
Total = R7 959.43
Difference: Hong Kong is cheaper by R 1 958.85
So to sum up, it’s cheaper and quicker to fly to Hong Kong if you want to download 100GB of data!”
Want to read more frightening stats, then go to www.hellkom.co.za. Maximum respect to these guys for sticking up for all of us and hopefully one day soon making a difference!
If you are reading this from overseas, then I would love to know how much internet access costs in your country. It can’t cost more than here in South Africa! Post a comment and let me and other Saffas know.
So I know you are probably getting irritated with this site moving from month to month. I was just testing this system on a work server, I like it, and I am going to keep using it, so I got my own domain. Hence www.markforrester.co.za.
Bookmark it! It ain’t going no where now 🙂