Apparently there are unique and customized butterfly and flowers painted on to each key.Â Wow – that takes time, and to justify those wasted hours Nishi-Ki is charging about $155 per keyboard. Source:Â Slippery Brick. Continue Reading
Archive for May, 2008
The unit is just larger than a double A battery and will provide your device with an extra 15 minutes of performance.Â Just enough time to call the bails-bondsman after getting the late night lock down because of too much party’in. IOGear GearJuice Rescue Charger product page. Continue Reading
The multi functional dock station may be connected to host computer by either a USB cable or eSATA cable, both of which provide the highest possible data transfer rate. The card reader includes support for the SDHC and mini SDHC formats along with the long list of standard flash card formats. Probably the most noteable feature of the multi functional dock station is the Continue Reading
Some of the most recent discussions include:
- Have you upgraded to Vista SP1 and still having USB problems
- U3 software, there are alternatives and
- Is a USB Cup Warmer really worth it?
“We are aware of concerns that a recent Microsoft update may be causing problems with USB devices,” stated a Microsoft spokesperson. “We are investigating the matter and at this time do not have any additional information to share.”It’s not clear how widespread this USB problem may be. For those installing Vista SP1, Microsoft recommends using Microsoft Windows Update, which checks and verifies if updated drivers are present before the upgrade. So now the question becomes – have you upgraded to Vista AND have you seen problems with your USB devices?Â Let us know and comment here… . Continue Reading
The AMEX remote is stylish in look, and will control your multi-media system including music, photo, video and DVD titles. The RM-mp1 uses a touch pad mouse, a slick laser pointer, basic nav buttons and includes a wireless USB receiver. I’d say it looks like a cell phone, and with dimensions of just 104x38x12mm in size, it’s the size of one.Source: Akihabara News. Continue Reading
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Back in July 2007 I made a USB tutorial post about putting WordPress on a stick. Shortly there after, several visitors emailed me indicating I had too much time on my hands and it really wasn’t worth the effort. But how do I disagree!
Even in the past year, WordPress has gain momentum in the blogisphere and becoming the #1 blogging platform. Even Alexa, a fairly decent gauge on web traffic ranks WP as #26 in most popular sites.
Given this information, I’ve seen more and more website – not blogs – use the WP platform to create their static website and webpages. So for those SEO and web designers out there, putting WordPress on a stick allows them to demo the site to clients, run SQL runtimes for testing and troubleshooting and isolating their web environment during development.
A good example is my RSS Filter website: FilterMyRSS. Take a look at the source code, you’ll see the script which runs the utility along with supporting pages and blog entries…all based off WordPress.
I do agree the masses wouldn’t care about putting WordPress on a stick, but if the web is your bread-n-butter it would probably be smarter for you to know how – than to not.Continue Reading