Heheheh have a look at the title on this web page screenshot!
By: RexMan | Monday, September 17, 2007 at 2:18:00 PM | |
For many years I have had a Roamer Power 8 Gents Chronograph (A.k.a. A nice Swiss watch), however I lost the instruction manual for the thing.
After super amounts of searching on the web I came across a PDF copy and have decided to post it here to help other people who might need it.
Finally no scratching your head and trying to figure out how to reset the time or turn off the hourly chime or alarm!!!Here is the instruction manual for the Roamer Power 8 Gents Chronograph.
Labels: Handy Stuff
By: RexMan | Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 10:30:00 AM | |
I am following my earlier iPod Touch...
I was on Facebook and noticed this poll asking "which iPod would you buy". From a segment size of 914 votes 285 votes (31%) would go for the new iPod Touch with the nano coming in second at 24%.
Wow, seems like some huge interest considering it hasn't even launched yet. Thanks to Greg
Labels: Devices and Gadgets, social media
By: bossmanthe | Thursday, September 6, 2007 at 9:33:00 AM | |
One of my favorite blogs is running a competition and I am shamelessly promotiong. David Airey is a Corporate ID and Logo designer from Northern Ireland. Hey, I really love the blog and maybe I can score some free stuff. Who knows maybe you can too.
There is a heap of stuff up for grabs from full blog redesign to flash drives.
Enter by subscribing
Check it out on DavidAirey.com
By: bossmanthe | at 9:21:00 AM | |
The new Apple iPod will be available in a couple of weeks,so here is a sneak peek. It follows a striking resemblance to the iPhone, just without the phone capabilities. It does however have great features like Coverflow, touchscreen and is great on the eyes. Other features include Wi-Fi and Safari, YouTube and iTunes Wi-Fi music store.
It comes in at a tiny 8mm thickness with a flash based storage available in both 8 and 16 GB version with a pricetag of $299 to $399.
Mmmm. I just want to touch it....
Labels: Devices and Gadgets
By: bossmanthe | Wednesday, September 5, 2007 at 9:21:00 PM | |
[ I Bid ]
Wanna fly a flight sim in Google Earth. Here is how:
Step 1: Download the latest Google Earth, yes this is v4.2 with the ability to view the sky as well as the earth. (I had version 4.0 and this did not work)
Step 2: Fire up Google Earth and wait for it connect.
Step 3: Press CTRL-ALT-A for windows users.
Step 4: Choose an aircraft and an airport. (Or fly from the current location)
Step 5: And fly.
It is very difficult to fly using the keyboard but it does have joystick support!
The image is of OR Thambo International Airport in Johnnesburg South Africa.
Labels: humour, software
By: RexMan | Monday, September 3, 2007 at 10:29:00 AM | |