Aight, it's time to branch out. Someone told us the other day that there's more to life than consumer
electronics. Mind you, we don't buy it one bit — but they sent us this bunch of links to some other sites covering good
stuff, so we thought we'd pass it along justincase.
Donald Melanson reports that Verichip?s RFID Infant Protection
System worked, stopping parents from removing their baby from a hospital without authorization. Marc Perton reports
that the early Intel Macs are said to be fast. Columnist
Ross Rubin looks at Peerflix, a DVD trading community.
Autoblog?s John Neff thinks the new
Lexus IS has the right stuff. How can
profits not be important, Randall Halcomb wonders? Eric
Bryant is cooking with gas.
Gadling?s Erik Olsen provides a primer for climbers
who want to try Mount Rainier, and urges you to check out
Joe Trek. Adrienne Wilson introduces you to the
Luxist?s Peter Thompson shows us the view from
Monaco. Rick Reed discovers a
desk with its own treadmill. Deidre Woollard?s obsession
with new flight options leads her to the CarterCopter.
David Robinson finds one of the first
Flash Player 8 applications,
and doesn?t want you to learn
ActionScript ? yet.
Karina Longworth wonders: Is
IFC Center hopelessly elitist? Adam Finley covers
the New Dynamite action figures.
C.K. Sample III revisits
The Unofficial Photoshop Weblog?s
Jan Kabili offers several more tips on using
Adobe Bridge with Photoshop, encourages you to
investigate the entire Creative Suite, and
covers two ways to access Camera Raw in CS2.
Russell Shaw spotlights, and lets you listen to, a
ringtone for your BlackBerry. Russ reveals what just might be
THE cure for BlackBerry thumb. He
also explains why, when it comes to
?inexpensive? BlackBerry promotional offers, you?ll wind up spending more money and waiting longer for your rebate
than you ever thought you would.
Wire?s Todd Carter provides
TiVo remote control shortcuts.
Kevin C. Tofel discusses the recent
TiVo ad upgrade, and reveals
Season Pass stats.
Ryan Saghir gives the
Podsafe Music Network three thumbs up, and
feels mainstream media is polluting
podcasting. Kevin C. Tof