Sunday, April 25, 2004

Build A PC In This Mac G5 Style Case

I’m a PC guy but really admire the looks of the Mac G5.  Lian-Li has
built a case that has the look of a G5 but accepts ATX (PC) motherboards.  Cooling is provided by 2 120 MM fans and is built of aluminum.

Posted by Stevereno on 04/25 at 01:17 PM
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Tuesday, April 06, 2004

Business Confidence Reaches the Highest Level in 20 Years

More bad news for the Democrats.

According to this Financial Times article,
US business confidence seen at 20-year high.

Just more good economic news to report.  Maybe lower taxes is a good idea after all.  It would be good to make George W. Bush’s tax cuts permanent. I think so.

Posted by Stevereno on 04/06 at 12:00 AM
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Sunday, April 04, 2004

U.S. Job Growth Soars - CNN/Money

According to the CNN/Money website, job growth exceeded expectations last month. Payrolls in the United States grew at the fastest rate in 4 years last month.

Looks like bad news for the Democrats.

Posted by Stevereno on 04/04 at 03:00 PM
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Friday, April 02, 2004

Tatung 12.1” Slate Tablet PC Weighs In At 2.1 Pounds.

Battery life is still just 4 hours but the weight is just right. It’s not out yet but here are the specs:

12.1” Tablet PC (Centrino)
CPU : Intel Pentium M 1.2GHz/ 900 MHz
Chipset: Intel GMCH-M 855 GM
Memory : 256MB DDR on board
Display :12.1” XGA LCD Panel
12.1” Electromagnetic Digitizer
HDD : 2.5” 60 GB/ 30 GB
Intel Calexico 802.11b/ a+b/ b/g
Fingerprint Recognition
6-cell Li-Ion battery lasts up to 4 hrs
Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
USB 2.0 x2 / Modem card v. 92
Docking Station Interface
Keyboard Stand Interface
Standard 15 Pin VGA Out
Headphone Out, Microphone In
RJ45 / RJ11 Modem Port, 10/100 Ethernet

Unfortunately it looks like the pen is attached to the tablet with a wire.  Why?


Posted by Stevereno on 04/02 at 02:25 PM
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Thursday, April 01, 2004

I’ve Changed My Mind About Outsourcing

Outsourcing is actually be good for our country after all. The real danger is an overreaction from our politicians during an election year.

The Heritage Foundation has done some research and presents the Ten Myths about Jobs and Outsourcing helps sets the record straight.

From the article, “The number of jobs coming from other countries to the U.S. (jobs ?insourced?) is growing at a faster rate than jobs lost overseas.”

Their Conclusion, “America’s workers deserve a more informative, less partisan debate on outsourcing. The negative impact of outsourcing on the economy and American employment has been greatly exaggerated, and the benefits of outsourcing almost entirely ignored” is well stated.


Posted by Stevereno on 04/01 at 01:52 PM
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