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Not much to report this week apart from the technological advances in blow up dolls but we get there.
Shots of the guys shooting in Beijing show about a 50-50 split between Canon and Nikon.
We follow that with a serious discussion about the merits of Funniest Home Video.
Cameron’s training this week involved integration of online technology as it relates to the newspaper business and included an instructional talk about Twitter.
We discuss the quality of Apple movie downloads and the lack of cheaper rentals.
We wonder if the 3G problems are due in part to Optus’s network. Telstra charge a hanset delivery fee for a iPhone that we stood in a que to buy.
We talk about new technology that allows enhancement of video with still images.
Cameron leaks the rumor about the imminent release of Adobe CS4.
Epson release a bunch of new inkjet printers.
The $20,000 blow up doll was frightening and reminded me of the story about the advancement in 3D rendering of real life characters.
Some of the translated Chinese to Engrish on engrishfunny.com
Canon ship their 100 millionth digital camera.
USB goes 3 with 27 Mb per sec and will carry 900 milliamps.
SATA goes version3 specification will eventually double data transfer rates to 6Gbps.
And again if you are offended we warned you but here is the $20,000 dollar doll.
Opening and closing music by Velvedene. We close this week with “Fear your Gods”
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