Month: June 2005

  • Ulsan 180 degrees of it. I have just discovered a new program which automatically splices or stiches together a bunch of photos to create a panorama. Now I am going around taking lots of overlapping pictures of places, so I can create panoramas. I am really enjoying mysefl ! If you want the program try […]

  • The Best Freeware List

    The excellent tech support alert newsletter published an article on useful free utilities for your pc. I highly recommend subscribing to the newsletter if you are interested in PCs. Here without further ado is their article

  • Bittorrent update

    This is an update of my previous posts. As a lot changes have occured in the time gone by. As of 19th of June, 2005 KST the following sites work: A good bittorent client for windows is Bitcomet

  • Avid BB7 Mechanical Disc Brakes

    Had a play with a MTB with mechanical brakes … WOW … they are extremely powerful. I gently squeezed the brake handle with my little finger and I did an endo! (hmm … endos, last time I did one of those I broke my arm .. perhaps not a good idea?) A little bit of […]

  • Physio

    Had my last visit with the Physio on Thursday. He said that my ankle / calf had improved a lot. When I first saw him the tendonitis in my ankle (inner ankle bone) had caused my calf muscle (the inner bit) to be stiff. Now it is much better, but it feels worse the last […]

  • Korean Blogscence

    Joi Ito’s Web A very interesting article by Joi Ito about the blogscene in Korea vs the West. It concentrates on as an example. Korea is reported by the OECD to have the highest high-speed Internet penetration of any nation. Korea has an extremely vibrant gaming, blogging, mobile phone and youth culture scene and […]