Monthly Archives: June 2008
Can scientists recreate the big bang? – Modern science allows us to break atoms down into tiny components. But can scientists use their mighty machines to recreate the foundation of the universe?
Western Digital HD Ships With Super Secret Asian Lady Porn! –
Get Back to Healthy Eating: 8 Easy Steps to Post-Vacation Recovery –
5 Steps To Get Help Around The House (or with anything!) –
Here is a list of temp agencies in Greater Victoria:
- ADECCO Employment Services Ltd. (Temporary administrative and labour jobs)
No local Victoria office, but local phone number will get you through to Vancouver office who also service Victoria area.
Phone: (250) 386-4422
- Ajilon Consulting (information technology, accounting and communications)
Suite 201, 1290 Broad St
Victoria, BC V8W 2A5
Tel: (250) 382-3722
Fax: (250) 382-3724
How can a surge protector save energy? – In addition to protecting our electronics from lightning strikes and making it possible to run multiple devices from one wall outlet, can surge protectors actually conserve energy?
Free, open source application Boxee is a new media center application for the Mac (and soon to be Linux and Windows). Based on the open source media center application Xbox Media Center, aka XBMC, which we’ve covered from its humble beginnings your thumb drive Boxee completely reskins XBMC and adds a new social element. With Boxee, your local content seamlessly integrates with web content from sites like Last.fm and YouTube, and Boxee shares what you’re watching, listening to, and liking with all of your friends. Currently Boxee is Mac OS X only, but the folks at Boxee say they’re working on both Linux and Windows versions. Here’s a look at what you can expect from Boxee. Continue reading