Tuesday, August 22, 2006


emarketer.com forecasts that broadband will be in 12 million UK households by the end of 2006, up from approximately nine million a year earlier.

Heather Hopkins always seems to have amazing industry information!

Bambi Fransisco always has something to say. She is MarketWatch's lead reporter on the Internet and new technologies. She writes Net Sense, a syndicated weekly column on Internet companies and trends. H

cool interfaces

screens (multi-touch)
new multi-touch screen from lab


Sunday, August 13, 2006

Stuck by spam? So am i.

Try forwarding your emails to Gmail as they have a good anti-spam filter !

Then read from there?

Saturday, August 12, 2006


As you know a tragedy is unfolding in the Middle East. Thousands of innocent civilians have been killed or wounded in the bombings in Lebanon, Palestine and Israel and the death toll is rising every day. If the US, Syria or Iran get involved, there is a chance of a catastrophic larger war.

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has called for an immediate ceasefire and the deployment of international troops to the Israel-Lebanon border, and been strongly supported by almost every world leader. This is the best proposal yet to stop the violence, but the US, the UK, and Israel have refused to accept it.

We have just signed a petition calling on US President Bush, UK Prime Minister Blair, and Israeli Prime Minister Olmert to support Kofi Annan's proposal. If millions of people join this call, and we advertise our views in newspapers in the US, UK, and Israel, we can help pressure these leaders to stop the fighting.

If you have not already signed the petition please do so now by clicking below.