Monday, 5 February 2007
Tuesday, 30 January 2007
.:: System requirements for Windows Vista Premium Ready PC ::.
Sunday, 28 January 2007
Thursday, 25 January 2007
Monday, 22 January 2007
Will it be enough (
I don't believe it...
Saturday, 20 January 2007
On isoHunt.com appears this message:
"Lawyers from our primary ISP decided to pull our plug without any advance notice, as of 14:45 PST. No doubt related to our lawsuit brought by the MPAA, but we don't have more information at this time until people responsible comes to work tomorrow. We will be back in operation once we sort out this mess with our current ISP, or we get new hardware ready at our new ISP. We'll update here as the news change.Sit back and enjoy the rest of the internet in the mean time, while it last. For your torrent searching needs, try Google for now by searching for "SEARCH TERMS ext:torrent".
In conclusion isoHunt.com will return soon online, moreover the publication of torrent link for the HD DVD film it indicates the end of the war between HD DVD and Blu-Ray form...in a short time we will see HD DVD burner and support a low cost... (Did you remember SONY, PlayStation One and the diffusion of CD burner ???)
Thursday, 18 January 2007
Capo di Stato Maggiore: Allanon
WT Talent Scout: MrVortex
The real builder page of DVD Shrink is dvdshrink.org, and scam alert appears:
To date, DVDShrink has NEVER asked for money, in any form, nor even donations of any kind!
If you have ever payed for DVDShrink, then bad news for you: you've been cheated!
DVDShrink was, is and (for now) will be 100% FREE!
Wednesday, 17 January 2007
Tuesday, 16 January 2007
"The present invention provides a technique for preventing the unauthorized use of a computer application, operating system, or other program without causing the loss of any information or data. Specifically, the technique of the present invention monitors a computer program for use that is not in compliance with acceptable terms. These terms may be defined, for example, through the use of a license agreement between the computer program provider and the user. When unauthorized use of the computer program is detected, any information and data is saved and the computer program and/or a portion of the computer system is disabled. The specifics concerning data that is saved may be determined, for example, by the computer program vendor or the user upon installation of the computer program. Similarly, a conventional "suspend to disc" operation may be utilized. The suspension of the computer program and/or a portion of the system may be maintained for as long as the violation exists, thereby permitting the user to, for example, renew any expired license terms. Once compliance has been reestablished, suspension of the computer program and/or a portion of the system is terminated and activities resumed. In situations where compliance is not reestablished, the data may be transferred to the user."
source => LinuxQuestions.org
Monday, 15 January 2007
Hyperhydration - excess water in too short a time created the disturbance in brain function that results when the normal balance of electrolytes in the body is pushed outside of safe limits