Get A Free TabletPC Stylus
Lenova has a survey about how one uses the Lenova (IBM) Tablet PC:
"Please take a few minutes to tell us about your use of the Lenovo tablet PC and you will receive a complimentary tablet pen."
I hear that the IBM stylus ain't half bad, if that's what they are giving away.
Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Get A Free TabletPC Stylus
Chip Chick: Samsung X1 the Ultraportable Laptop Like No Other
Gadget lust. Extreme gadget lust.
Sunday, August 21, 2005
You've proably read the quote half a dozen times or more:
On Meet the Press, August 21, Reuel Marc Gehrect a neo-con architect of the Irag war said:
"In 1900, women did not have the right to vote. If Iraqis could develop a democracy that resembled America in the 1900s, I think we'd all be thrilled. I mean, women's social rights are not critical to the evolution of democracy."
Now watch the video, courtesy of Crooks and liars.
Friday, August 19, 2005
Tuesday, August 09, 2005
Salon.com - Tereska Torres
If you've read this annoying (I'm being charitable) Salon interview with Tereska (I'm not a lesbian - I'm French!) Torres, and you still want to read Women's Barracks anyway, take a look at Olympia Press's $1.00 reprints.
They've got several 50's pulp classics, including Women's Barracks, in various unlocked formats.
Lots of Ann Bannon, too
Way too late - you've probably read it by now, or know not to (it is that qwful) - Fictionwise offers Laurel K Hamilton's Incubus Dreams with a 30% Micropay rebate.
Didn't Anita Blake kill monsters in her early books? When did this series devolve into noting but soft core porn?
Saturday, August 06, 2005
Wednesday, August 03, 2005
SplashID for Pocket Pcs Free at Handango
Here's what Handango and SplashID have to say:
Download now to get a FREE version of SplashID for your Pocket PC. Plus, receive a special upgrade offer for the companion desktop software, SplashID Desktop.
SplashID safely and securely stores all of your personal identification information including user names, passwords, credit cards, calling cards, bank accounts, PINs, and more. Information is stored in a secure, encrypted format and is quickly accessible on a Pocket PC or Desktop computer with the included desktop software (sold separately).
It's a pretty good program. For free, it's excellent.
Tuesday, August 02, 2005
OneNote For $30.00 After Rebate
I love OneNote. I'd say it's the best thing Microsoft has ever done, but -- I know, I know -- that's setting the bar awfully low.
If you have a Tablet PC, OneNote is a Must Have app/ If you have a laptop or desktop PC - OneNote is still a Must Have app.
Amazon is selling it for $80 with a $50 rebate. that's $30 -- even cheap than the "Academic" price.