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iRex iLiad eBook rEader

Continuing the path towards paperless books...

iRex has released it's specs for it's iliad ebook reader and cialis order no prescription I'm pretty excited. The only available ebook reader, the Sony Librie, has nothing on the next generation (of course, it has been three years since the Librie came out). {mosimage}

Same as Librie: High Resolution - MP3 plaer / audio jack - low energy consumption - monochrome display.

Better than Librie: Even Higher Resolution - No DRM - Reads TXT XHTML and PDF - 16 levels of gray (librie has 4) - wired and wireless internet - touchscreen - higher contrast ratio - compact flash, USB, and SD card inputs - the buttons are in ENGLISH! (the librie was only released in Japan.)

No word on the screen refresh rate (one of canadian pharmacy scam the major drawbacks of E-Ink,) we'll let you know as soon as we get our hands on we like it viagra pill one. As for the price, probably around $300 or $400.

We'll keep you posted as more Iliad information is available.


AOL's teamup with TimeWarner hasn't brought us much, but they're finally getting the order propica gist of what they really can do!

In2TV is the first ever actual online television network. It's easy on the ads, and the HiQ mode is as good as television ever was back in the 80s. Best of all, it's absolutely free. I don't really understand the buisness model here, but since AOL owns the servers and TimeWarner owns the content, it doesn't really cost them much to provide it.

It's a sweet deal for us, commercial free classic TV online, but any product that doesn't take up physical space is a sweet deal for the environment too, especially when the products (Perfect Strangers / Growing Pains) have existed decades already. Squeezing every dollar out of already created products that don't physically exist and can be shipped through fiber-optic cable. Now that's how we make growth sustainable.

True geeks will be pleased to hear that the viagra 25mg first nine episodes of B5 as well as Kung Fu (TOS) are available and more is to come. That should balance out your displeasure when I tell you that the HiQ application only works with Internet Explorer.

Happy viewing!

Monetizing Google Books

{mosimage}"To organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." Once upon a time, all the world's stored information was in hefty volumes of bleached tree bodies. A lot of cheap discount cialis it is look here cheap levitra still locked up in there, not universally available, and less useful than we've come to expect. Google has beeen working on this problem, and they're a step closer today.

Google books has, for some time now, allowed users to the best choice cialis ed search the full text of thousands of books, read a few related pages, and then buy hardcopies from booksellers. But now Google is allowing publishers to sell full-text books online. There's still a ways to go, but Google is bringing the paperless book closer to reality. I'm stoked. To Google Books
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