Wednesday, November 30, 2005
as my friends know..i am an inspector gadget. anything geeky techie, i dig it. above is the pic of my dream cellphone...sony ericsson W800 for $600+... the selling point of this phone is the built in sony walkman player.. a lot better than the itunes motorolla phone. although i love my iPod... but this phone is awesome... very cute and sexy, smart looking and versatile.. such a good companion.
Tuesday, November 29, 2005
adidas classic white shoes, $79 + tax.
i've been wanting this shoes for years now.. last april while i was at macy's in san francisco. i saw this shoes for US$59... but a ben sherman shoes caught my fancy...
Hey everybody. Hope all are well. I was wondering if anyone out there
whos had hyperthyroid and had radiation treatment and is on synthroid
had problems with no hormones...This is serious...what can I say its
starting to destroy my marriage of seven months...I know I know the
first year of marriage is always the hardest but things are just
horrible right now...I dont know if I can take much more stress. Also
has anyone had problems with getting their thyroid straightened out?
Its been almost two years and its still not level. I take my meds but
it continues to fluxuate regularly? If anyone could help I would be
Saturday, November 26, 2005
got pissed off last night. went to yorkdale early after work to get tickets for 'rent' the movie.. just to find out that tickets for the 7:10 pm showing is already sold out! this thing also happened last saturday. we were so excited to see harry potter just to find out that all tickets are gone for the day at eglinton centre.
were trying our luck again tonight.. but this time manny and berna are getting the tix earlier for harry pot pot! if something bad happens... i duno what to call this series of unfortunate events...i'm gonna curse all this MOFO theaters in toronto.
Friday, November 25, 2005
by the way, he returned the quiz that we had last week.... got 4.1 / 5.0.... not bad considering i didn't really study well...
Wednesday, November 23, 2005
10. Oakley Thump 1: If you've overdone it with the eggnog, a $350 pair of sunglasses with a built-in MP3 player might seem a divine combination. It's not. The poorly fitting earbuds chafe, the glasses feel flimsy, and the style is dated. Avoid the first version, and be careful of the second—better, but still not great. And what happens if you want to rock out at night? Unless you're buying for Bono, pick up an iPod shuffle and a pair of Revos for less.
9. Voodoo Doll D210: If you give someone this zippy breadbox-sized PC, they'll be sticking pins in your effigy all year—and you'll be out more than 3,000 smackeroos, too. Voodoo crammed two CPUs and two hard drives inside, but left out the keyboard, mouse, and monitor. If you buy one anyway, get a pair of industrial-strength ear protectors too, as it whines like a 747 taxiing for takeoff.
8. H2i SimplyTouch OpticalBar: Turn any monitor into a touch screen! That's the promise; the reality is different. The OpticalBar sits atop your monitor and tracks your finger as you touch special parts of the screen. Alas, it works more slowly than the midnight shift at an all-night diner, and often gets your order wrong, too. Opt for a tablet notebook instead.
7. ROKR E1: The Oakley Thump of the mobile phone set; at least it's a decent phone. The hype around "The First iTunes Phone" created unfulfillable expectations. It's not as polished as an iPod, and its oddly limited music storage makes a mediocre player even worse. Glacially slow music-transfer speeds put the final nail in this coffin. Sony Ericsson sells a much better MP3-phone combo, but I suggest a shuffle and a RAZR phone: Cheaper—and better, too.
6. Cinego D-1000: It slices! It dices! It projects your DVDs onto the wall! You might be tempted by this combination front-projector and DVD player, but stay away. Marred by a minuscule remote, nasty interface, and terrible video quality, it'll be quickly relegated to the garage or eBay. For budget home theater, hold out for Optoma's DV10, or pick up a cheaper projector and a DVD player for less.
5. PQI mPack P800 Media Player: Looking for a portable music and video player? The mPack looks attractive—you can record video and FM radio directly, and it even includes a CompactFlash slot. But playback is a problem. Even with the most recent flash update, fast-forward and rewind simply do not work, despite the manual's direction. The screen is terrible, the interface abysmal, and the physical buttons erratic. Apple's video iPod, the Creative Zen Vision, and anything from Archos deliver a better experience for less.
4. Dual XNAV3500P: Even alpha males can use a little GPS assistance now and then. This hybrid car and portable mapping system seems solid—until you start using it. Marred by an awful interface and a poor data-entry keypad, it failed our tests. Pick up a TomTom GO, or give an IOU for Garmin's amazing Nuvi, debuting here in January.
3. PepperPad: Following in the footsteps of the Audrey, Netpliance, and NIC, this is an Internet bubble failure five years too late. More expensive than a laptop, with a battery life measured in minutes, and a tiny 8- by 6-inch touch screen, this home Internet tablet has few redeeming features. Unless you're a fan of freaky keyboards, opt for a cheap tablet PC instead.
2. Sony S2 Sports Network Walkman NW-S23: Pity poor Sony. It invented the Walkman and then squabbled as Apple stole its lunch. This player finally supports MP3 files, yet it lacks so much else that it's hardly worth the price. With ergonomics straight from a Klingon warship, balky software, and a poor display, this one deserves a place in the remainder rack. Again, you're better off with a shuffle.
And now, the moment you've all been waiting for... the worst product of the year—and from a surprising source.
1. Samsung Digimax V700: Samsung can seemingly do no wrong these days. The company has supplanted Sony as the top electronics brand, exuding both quality and cool. We hope this terrible digital camera is an aberration, not a sign of things to come. With slow performance, lousy auto-exposure, and some shutter lag, this 7.1-megapixel camera never should have been released. Compact cameras from Canon, Sony and Nikon are far better—even if they do cost a bit more.
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Thursday, November 10, 2005
Lea Salonga - so i've heard your pregnant? link
Lea Salonga - Lea, what are those jewelled straps for?
Catherine Zeta Jones / Michael Douglas - hey Cath, who's your daddy?!
Mary J Blige - yo baby! where's the sun yo?
Lea Salonga - you're so 90's
Goldie Hawn - what the F%$@! ok, get more botox and you'll smile on your sleep.
Serena Williams - see.. designing your own clothes made you a 'drag queen'
Marisa Tomie - marisa who? oh yeah... she's the girl from...
Vanessa Carlton - walked a thousand miles
Catherine Zeta - zorra, don't bring your daddy next time...
Martin Short - what the hell are you doing here? oh..you're the MC. ok, you can stay...
Mellisa Ethridge - survivor
Diane Sawyer - with due respect
Lauren Bush - why are you spreading your legs? and why do you remind me of george?
Paula Abdul - are you ok paula?
Hillary Duff - you feel good now that lindsay is not here tonight?
Brooke Shields - no more fighting with tom, ok?