Well, it is now possible. Yahoo, MSN, Google, Ask Jeeves, Hotbot, Copernic and Blinkx all offer free desktop search tools that return results almost as fast as you can type what you are searching for. All of these have an impressive amount of file formats that they search through and index, making sure that the information you are looking for, whether hidden in an Acrobat PDF file, and Excel spreadsheet, or an MP3's artist and title info is right at your fingertips.
SickMODE, the experimental hardcore (breakcore) label, is back on-line at our new address, www.sickmode.net
We kick off the official launch with 4 brand new releases!
mode008 Contra - Perpetual Dawn
mode009 k5k - true_k5k
mode010 Celebrity Dead - Church of Armed Insurrection
mode011 av3rs1on - full tang
coming soon, brand new releases from Venom8888, Robad Pills, Turb0slut and much more... stay tuned.
Kermitt Quirk is a Second Life resident who created an addictive game called Tringo (which is a cross between Tetris and Bingo). Kermitt designed the game over his Christmas break, but in the past few weeks, the came has become so popular that one in four Second Life events were based on Tringo matches.
Tringo caught the eye of a fellow player, who in real life was Sean Ryan -- the Vice President of Music Services at Real Networks, former CEO of Listen.com and now founder of Donnerwood Media. After some heavy negotiating, Donnerwood will be releasing Tringo to gamers in the real world.
This is a landmark first. Since Second Life allows its players to own the intellectual property rights to any player-created content, a game created within a virtual world has aquired real-life licensing outside of that world. For more information on Tringo, click here.
On Jan. 25, UK television viewers (and Internet geeks), watched the classic dance sequence from the 1952 classic, Singin' in the Rain, with an incredible new twist. In this "updated" version, Gene Kelly is seen break dancing, popping and generally tearing up those fake cobblestone streets in ways that were probably unimaginable over 52 years ago.
Ninja Skillz Music Presents:
NINJA NIGHT 2: More Ninja-Esque than Ninja Night 1!
Featuring 2 rooms of Insane Ninja Action at a very cool Dowtown location!
21+ 8pm - 2am
Make sure to come early, as the event will reach capacity early and you don't wanna miss any of these DJs!
$10 at the door, $5 if you show up rocking an Asian/Ninja style costume!
Participation is HIGHLY encouraged. Tell a friend, Tell 30, Tell your whole clan!
Enter the Ninja.
Attention Pirates: WE KNOW.
* Check out the Ninja Skillz Music Tribe
Sat April 30
Amin Van Buuren
Sunday May 1
Nine Inch Nails
Gang of Four
British Sea Power
Tegan & Sara
|Shout Out Louds
Based on this MUST READ National Geographic article.
Although digital technology has certainly made our lives easier, biotechnology and genetic engineering are making us face substantial ethical questions that humans have never had to face before. If some scientists have their way, humans may not be the only species making the ethical questions that change the world.
With our new mastery over DNA and embryonic science, scientists now have the ability to start creating human-animal hybrids called â€œchimerasâ€ after the mythological Greek hybrid creatures. Why would do such a thing? Currently, the primary reason seems to be the harvesting of human organs and cells for research and for transplants. However, with scientists at Stanford planning on creating mice with a living human brain as early as this year (although mice with human neurons were already created in 2001), there is much debate in the scientific community as to what ethical lines should be drawn. .
We here at AYM Network are all about racing the future, but given the powers of gods, are we moving too fast or not fast enough?
The one big theme of this new century will be digital convergence. All of our appliances will eventually, in one way or another, be able to talk to each other. However, it is very apparent that we are still definitely in the learning stage, and we have not yet even begun to imagine the possible risks and dangers that may come out of this brave new world.
One of the latest standards to come out is Bluetooth, which allows various electronics devices such as cellphones, PDAs, computers and cars to be able to wirelessly transfer data when they are in range of each other. In theory, this sounds great. After all, I would love to look up directions online on my notebook, have that data automatically transferred to the PDA in my pocket and then downloaded onto my onboard navigational computer in my car as soon as come within range. However, with all our devices becoming â€œsmarter,â€ they have also become open to new problems â€“ viruses.
Google Video Enables Users to Search TV Content From PBS, the NBA, Fox News, C-SPAN, and Others
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--Jan. 25, 2005--Google Inc. (Nasdaq:GOOG) today announced the availability of Google Video, a new service that enables users to search the content of television programs from leading TV content providers including PBS, the NBA, Fox News, and C-SPAN, among others. This announcement demonstrates Google's commitment to creating innovative technologies that provide access to a greater diversity of the world's information.
Taken from Advanced Idea Mechanics
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