Category: Tech

  • Anti-malaria wristwatch

    After returning from my roadtrip around the country. I posted an article on the signs of malaria as I had been chowed by the little buggers in the Kruger. I was on the best anti-malaria pills around, but you always wonder “what if these pills are faulty?”. Well now you don’t need to worry about […]

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  • Build your own media center

    It’s obvious that home media center’s are the future. Everyone will have one, hooked up to their massive plasma screen, a little box that will house all your music, all your movies, all your games, perhaps even wirelessly connect to your kettle and at the click of a button make you a cup of coffee. […]

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  • Jonga.co.za gets censored by Google

    According to tectonic.co.za: “Web users searching for South Africa’s newest search engine Jonga on Google are more likely to find an Indian army 4×4, a South African tour company or the genealogy of a German whose name is “Jonga”. That is if they find it at all. The search engine was dropped from the Google […]

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  • Tagging – the new way to advertise?

    Tagging has become the new way to categorize, label and find things on the internet. A technique that has been booming, especially in the blogging world, with large sites like Flickr and Technorati promoting the use of tags. A tag is like a keyword that relates to a site that when clicked on, takes you […]

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  • Get to know your blog better with free easy stats

    I have been using Google site anaytics on my blog for the past couple of months. Gives me great data, but understanding some of that data is an absolute mission. So I went searching for something a little more simplisitic, something us web designers can actually read. This is what I found. Haven’t actually installed […]

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  • What bugs me!

    What really bugs me is when I’ve been searching for something on Google for like hours and I finally find the thing, only to find out it needs some plugin I don’t have. “This movie cannot be played. You need to download Quicktime to view this file”. Great! So I follow the links and cruise […]

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  • What’s next for Yahoo

    There is so much news on the newest projects at Google that most people forget about its big competitor Yahoo. After reading an article on www.seochat.com its clear to see that they are going to fight Google for the top spot. Yahoo have launched a website, or should I say opened a web area, where […]

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  • My new MP3 player

    I finally gave in and purchased an mp3 player. I did do some serious looking around before I made the purchase though. I didn’t want to spend an arm and a leg, or conform and purchase an iPod. So this is what I ended up getting. The Transcend T.sonic 620. Great specs and at an […]

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  • RSS Feeds to your Toilet Paper, what next?

    Ok this gadget is wack! I couldn’t believe it when I saw it. Still not sure if it is legit, but it is being advertised. What it does is that it actually prints the news directly onto the toilet tissue through a RapidResolution inkjet technology. The rsstroom reader uses a wireless connection and will print […]

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  • Today’s technologies

    So last night I lay in bed and thought to myself I’m ok with today’s technologies and trends, I know all there is to know about the newest mp3 players on the market, the fastest wireless network hardware available, the latest versions of Adobe and Macromedia products, the best free open source software available to […]

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