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PSP unlocked, again

Hackers colabourate to break v. 3.03

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By: bossmanthe | Wednesday, February 28, 2007 at 10:53:00 AM | |

What's The Optimal Number Of Co-Founders For A Startup?


I’ve given the topic of how many founders are needed for startups some
thought. My personal opinion is at least two, but no more than three.
Hence, the “2.09” number in the title of this article works (and
there’s some basis for this, which I’ll explain later).

Via (onStartups.com)

By: bossmanthe | at 8:17:00 AM | |

Photo Illusions Pics

Kind of like "I'll crush your head" - 'cept better.

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By: bossmanthe | Friday, February 23, 2007 at 11:30:00 AM | |

Finally your DS can look sorta cool...

Not all Nintendo DS systems look boring. These five examples take creativity to a whole new level. Highlights include the NES Controller mod, [SEGA] MegaDrive, and more

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By: bossmanthe | Tuesday, February 20, 2007 at 11:30:00 AM | |

33,000 People Now Being Treated

More than five years after the 9/11 terror attacks, some first responders realize they are dying, but they continue to remain silent about 9/11. What is their problem? Interesting link about the 911 Dust ...

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By: bossmanthe | at 11:29:00 AM | |

OpenCola - Open Source Coca Cola

OpenCola is a brand of cola unique in that the instructions for making it are freely available and modifiable. Anybody can make the drink, and anyone can modify and improve on the recipe as long as they, too, license their recipe under the GNU General Public License.

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By: bossmanthe | Monday, February 19, 2007 at 11:19:00 AM | |

Microsoft's giant ice house in Toronto (pictures)

Apparently 270,000 pounds of ice went into the construction of the 1,800 square foot structure, which includes a fully sculpted kitchen, dining room, study, living room, two bedrooms and bathroom all wired-up with televisions and computers (real, as opposed to of the ice variety) running demos of Vista and Office 2007.

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By: bossmanthe | at 11:12:00 AM | |

Gmail. Ready to pay?


Now that Google's Gmail is open for everyone worldwide, free of charge,
Google's Sergey Brin
has been
rumored to have said
that they will start selling upgraded packages
for additional data storage capacities. They have found out that there are many
users that have extraordinary storage needs for online email, and will be
sorting out different packages that will be introduced later this year. The
charges could be inline with Google's
online photo storage service that comes with 250MB of free storage but charges
yearly fees of US$25 for 6.25GB up to $500 for 250GB of storage.

[via Download Squad]

By: bossmanthe | Thursday, February 15, 2007 at 9:38:00 AM | |

Dating Explained by Circuits

Why smart guys date in parallel, not serial.

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By: bossmanthe | at 8:50:00 AM | |

Custimize Your Car Horn

Horntones FX-550 is a device that ties into your car's existing horn and allows you to play any audio file. When this product is released in April it will retail for $149.99 US, you can pre-order the Horntones on February 15.

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By: bossmanthe | Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 2:47:00 PM | |

In case of a terrorist attack... follow these hilarious signs

The Dept. of Homeland Security has released these signs to help you prepare for an attack. Now safenow.org has provided their own interpretation, hilarity ensued.

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By: bossmanthe | Tuesday, February 13, 2007 at 3:33:00 PM | |

Please add these ideas to the next version of Outlook or Thunderbird!!

A great article on Simple Email Workflow. Some really great ideas. Microsoft, Mozilla, are you guys listening?

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By: bossmanthe | at 9:22:00 AM | |

Running PSOne games on PSP

Very in depth tutorial hand holding you through the process.

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By: bossmanthe | Monday, February 12, 2007 at 4:32:00 PM | |

More than a social cup of coffee

So most of you have probably frequented a Starbucks. A $4 coffee just seems quite excessive, right? Well if you were to open the menu at Terra Bite you would see that there are no prices in the menu. Ervin Peretz and Susie Allsup hatched the idea of a "free coffee shop" whilst intoxicated in Vietnam. Basically you are obligated to give a donation for the coffee and according to Peretz, a 37 year old Google programmer, most visitors drop around $3 in the anonymous drop box.

The coffee shop works on the concept of social monitoring. The influence of others around you will obligate you to donate. Well it seems to work. One individual was determined to enjoy a cup for free but felt so bad he drove back and paid double! The founders believe it works in a area such as Kirkland, WA as there is a strong social standing. Somewhere like Seattle might see a very different result.

Hopefully people see that such a venture is sincere and not just a gimmick.

Read: Seattle Times, Kirkland Weblog

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By: bossmanthe | at 12:43:00 PM | |

Can you ski on LSD? {FLASH GAME}

So addictive, so challenging. Great music.

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By: bossmanthe | at 11:01:00 AM | |

In India, the Golden Age of Television Is Now

The pace of change in India is supercharged because the country is catching up to, and in some cases leapfrogging, developments that took decades to play out elsewhere.

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By: bossmanthe | at 10:50:00 AM | |

You Might be an Entrepreneur If...

Are you an entrepreneur? You might be. Inside you there just might be an entrepreneur waiting to tear out. Here are the top 10 ways to know if you’re an entrepreneur.

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By: bossmanthe | at 10:49:00 AM | |

Cardboard furniture

Why cardboard? Besides being beautiful and comfortable, our furniture is made in the USA from environmentally friendly materiels using a minimal-impact production process with no harmful industrial waste. All our products are manufactured, sold and shipped from Cardboardchair.com, part of family-owned Levy Design and Manufacturing, LLC out of Chapel Hill, NC, located just outside the heart of the furniture manufacturing industry. Our mission is to make and sell the highest quality modern furniture at affordable prices. Our furniture pieces are beautiful, durable and comfortable pieces of functional art.

Source: Cardboardchair.com

By: bossmanthe | Friday, February 9, 2007 at 3:55:00 PM | |

The coolest picture ever

let it load...it takes a while but its a sweet pic of space and the world.

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By: bossmanthe | at 10:25:00 AM | |

PSP FW3.11 already decrypted by Team C+D

As the title says, PSP FW3.11 has already been pwned. Kudos to Team C+D. :D

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By: bossmanthe | at 10:12:00 AM | |

Japan's Capsule Hotels

For $30 you can spend the night in a coffin sized capsule. Hey, if all you need is a place to sleep, it's the best deal in town!

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By: bossmanthe | at 10:08:00 AM | |

Crazy man drops $230k on Flight Simulator

It's got 13 quad-core machines hooked up to his 42-inch Philips Ambilight TV, all running a rig sitting on top of a crazy hydraulic setup that moves with the action. Seriously, $230,000 is more than some flying lessons would cost? Seems to me if you have that much cash to toss around and you really want to fly, you can fly.

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By: bossmanthe | at 10:08:00 AM | |

Enough said...

Find more here


By: bossmanthe | at 9:11:00 AM | |

Have astronauts ever had sex in space?

If astronauts have had space sex, it would have been very difficult. First off, there isn't much privacy up there. A regular shuttle is about as big as a 737, and the two main areas—the crew cabin and middeck—are each the size of a small office. The bathroom is little more than a seat with a curtain, and there aren't any closed rooms..

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By: bossmanthe | Thursday, February 8, 2007 at 5:18:00 PM | |


Source: Denver Post


By: bossmanthe | at 2:21:00 PM | |

Think before you drink - KJ count in beverages

here are four-and-a-half slices of bread in your glass of wine and three-and-a-half slices of bread in your Grapetiser - in terms of kiljoules, that is. Shocked? Read on.

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By: bossmanthe | at 8:23:00 AM | |

Bill banning iPods and cellphones on New York City streets coming

Bill banning iPods and cellphones on New York City streets coming

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By: bossmanthe | Wednesday, February 7, 2007 at 4:56:00 PM | |

How Not to Bring a Child Into the World

When Nyree Thompson, who is nine months pregnant, felt pains in her belly, she assumed they were gas pains. Grinding away at the penny slots at an Atlantic City casino, she thought nothing of it. Then, when her water broke, she thought maybe she should summon help, which she did. Soon there after, a small baby boy was born right on the casino floor. One casino exec, who probably wishes he could take it back, commented ‘Well, we’ve had lots of people die here, but never anyone born here’. Nice.


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By: bossmanthe | at 3:34:00 PM | |

23 Signs That You're Becoming a Design Geek

The world of design can be a ruthless one; you get lured into developing anti-social habits like font-spotting and source-code peeping. Learn to spot the warning signs in time – you know you're becoming a design geek when...

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By: bossmanthe | at 2:24:00 PM | |

Freecycle - What a concept

I found this on my travels and really liked the idea behind it. Freecycle was actually referred to in this article found here. This guy refurbishes old iPods and then offers them on to people in his community.
"Think globally, recycle locally. The Freecycle Network is open to all communities and to all individuals who want to participate. Freecycle groups are moderated by local volunteers from across the globe who facilitate each local group - grassroots at its best!" - source Freecycle.org

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By: bossmanthe | at 10:40:00 AM | |

The Apollo Missions 11 through 17 Panoramas of the moon

Experience the moon just as the astronauts did - almost as you were there. View interactive QuickTime VR Panoramas in full-screen from the 6 Apollo Missions who landed on moon.

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By: bossmanthe | Tuesday, February 6, 2007 at 4:04:00 PM | |

World's Narrowest Office Building

This office building, built in the early part of the 20th century, is less than 6′ wide (1.8 meters or 70.86 inches). Check out the pictures...

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By: bossmanthe | at 1:19:00 PM | |

Occam’s razor and the Business Corollary:

I was thinking of a solution to a business problem recently when Occam’s Razor popped into my head (In Layman’s terms Occam’s Razor states: "All things being equal, the simplest solution tends to be the best one.") And that got me thinking about the opposing forces of logic and self interest in business.

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By: bossmanthe | at 1:09:00 PM | |

New browser goes old school - Off By One

" The Off By One Web Browser may be the world's smallest and fastest web browser with full HTML 3.2 support. It is a completely self-contained, stand-alone 1.2 MB application with no dependencies on any other browser or browser component. For Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP." source - Off By One

Click here

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By: bossmanthe | Monday, February 5, 2007 at 3:42:00 PM | |

A physics question

Source: unknown

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By: bossmanthe | Friday, February 2, 2007 at 1:13:00 PM | |

Promotions gone wild - Unique marketing promos

As business owners think up new ways to get attention, their customers are taking notice.

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By: bossmanthe | at 11:05:00 AM | |

Pop-UP Advertising Gone Wrong [ Hilarious Pic ]

Bad day for Toyota.

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By: bossmanthe | at 9:15:00 AM | |

An open letter to Kevin Rose...

Dear Kevin

I really dig digg I have been a Digg user for little over a year and find myself opening up Digg.com at least 5 times a day. I have so many different browsing pattern depending on my particular preference at the time but lately I find that I can’t really can’t use it properly anymore. Who has the time to wade through 1000 random 1 digg entries that bloggers can’t even get their mothers to dig on their behalf. On behalf of your community I ask (actually beg) for a filter on upcoming diggs by the minimum number of diggs at my choosing. When I have time I’ll wade through the 1 digg wonders but please give me the tools to know what 2, 3 or 5 of my fellow diggers have found interesting lately. The gap between the front page and the interesting stuff is widening give us some control back

Regards ………..

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By: bossmanthe | Thursday, February 1, 2007 at 1:55:00 PM | |

PS3: The Steak Sauce

Akihabara retailer Sangatsu Usagi is selling unofficial PLAYSTATION 3 sauce. The phony product lambasts Sony for recent goofs. It features an illustration of Ken Kutaragi, notice of the SIXAXIS Emmy fiasco and the promised one million shipment number. There are even 20GB and 60GB versions of the sauce!

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By: bossmanthe | at 1:14:00 PM | |

Why Americans drive on the left and Brits drive on the right.

Why Don't We Drive On The Same Side Of The Road Around The World?
The reasons that countries around the world drive on either the left side of the road or the right side of the road are outlined chronologically.
A table of countries lists every country and whether they drive on the left side of the road or the right side of the road.

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By: bossmanthe | at 1:10:00 PM | |

DIGG vs. Reddit - the ultimate fight

This is a page submitted on both DIGG and Reddit at the ~same time. Every
visitor referred from each of the websites is counted as a vote. If your browser
doesn't set the referrer url correctly you cannot vote. You can still digg the story
or vote for the Reddit article.

For the full story click here

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By: bossmanthe | at 11:50:00 AM | |