Tom’s Hardware Guide HowTo: Whoohoo!

Tom’s Hardware Guide HowTo: Whoohoo! A Mini PC That Goes To The Max – Mini Power Supply v. Standard Power Supply The performance of the ultra-compact PC system is no small feat: equipped in the THG lab with ingredients such as Intel P4/2533, GeForce 4 Ti 4600 and DDR333 RAM, the Shuttle can easily take on high-performance big towers. Computers in the discount class don’t have a chance. Added to that, it provides for pleasant noise conditions, thanks to actively regulated heatpipe cooling, and this is not something you’re going to find factory-equipped in those antiquated “tin monsters.” For a further look at the consistent pace of development, refer to our previous tests Goodbye to Hulking PCs: Athlon Mini-PCs Set The Trend and Build Your Own Mini-PC For The Office.

This is the system I’m going to get for Grace. It is super small and quiet. Just need a video card and it already has 1394 and USB. Whoo hoo!

Remote unlocking for DCT 4,

Remote unlocking for DCT 4, siemens, nokia, ericsson t68 Now you can unlock your own T39, T65, R520, T68i & T68M from the comfort of your own home or office. simply download the logging software for free. Then just simply use a standard fbus/mbus data cable and purchase the logs from us. The software works via the internet so there is no waiting for the logs to be returned.

This is almost what I need. It only has a minimum of 5 phone to unlock at once so it is not quite right yet. Still waiting!

Yahoo! Movies: Terminator 3: Rise

Yahoo! Movies: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines – Greg’s Preview. OK, a random site, but a good reference for some of my favorite “Buckets of Blood” movies of all time. Here are all the facts about the 2003 release of Terminator 3.

Yahoo! Movies: The Matrix Reloaded – Greg’s Preview . Well, the release date is May 15, 2003. I can’t wait!

Mountain Bike RacingAnother review of

Mountain Bike RacingAnother review of the Epic from Mountain Bike Action. Wow!

The new 90mm-travel rear suspension smoothly outperforms the FSRxc over uneven terrain, and it retains its predecessor?s ability to isolate suspension from braking and acceleration forces. The real beauty of the Brain-equipped Fox shock, however, shines when you jump out of the saddle and pound mercilessly on the pedals. Nothing?and we mean nothing?happens. The Epic doesn?t sprint like a hardtail?it sprints better. Hardtails bounce around all over the place when you sprint. The Epic?s inertial valving allows the suspension to continue to react to the bumps, while it halts the downward movement you create by bouncing on the pedals. As fantastic a tale as this may seem, it is as real as the paper these words are printed upon.