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Thursday November 14, 2002

[H]ardNews 7th Edition

GlobalWin CDK64 Review:

Dirk Vader has a review of this copper / aluminum hybrid looking cooler from Global Win. The review is originally not in English, but there is a translate button right on the site. Have a look.

CantUseYourName.com :

O.K. there has been countless lawsuits over people having websites with famous names getting sued. Well the latest one is really funny…well, funny if your name isn’t Bill Wyman. Apparently the Rolling Stone dude has the same name as someone else, and is ready to sue over that flagrant violation of nature!

It has come to our and our client's attention . . ." ". . . seriously misleading . . . unauthorized . . ." ". . . cease and desist . . ." ". . . your course of conduct . . ." ". . . the commencement of legal proceedings . . ."

Xray Vision, Really:

Discover.com has a really cool article about Xray Vision that literally makes your head swim thinking about all the possibilities. Thanks to ID3NTITY for the linkage.

Aided by these see-through devices, search teams will find victims buried in the rubble after an earthquake, security forces will detect concealed weapons, and border guards and customs officials will scan trailers and car trunks for illegal aliens or hidden drugs. Police departments, military planners, and rescue agencies have yearned for these capabilities since 1895, when German physicist Wilhelm Roentgen found that his mysterious "X rays" could reveal the condition of bones without cutting into the body.