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Digital Camera Reviews and News: Digital Photography Review: Forums, Glossary, FAQ

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Here you will find all the latest digital photography and imaging news, reviews of the latest digital cameras and accessories, the most active discussion forums, a large selection of sample galleries, a digital camera database and buyers guide and the most comprehensive database of digital camera features and specifications. We believe in quality, original, unbiased content. Make us your home page, add us to your bookmarks or to your Google Toolbar. We have had 803,532,612 visits since January 1999.

Steampunk Keyboard Mod

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My goal with this project was to build a retro keyboard that was fully functional and of a sufficient quality that it could be used everyday by a touch typist. In order to achieve this I chose a high quality (though widely available) keyboard as my starting point. This is an IBM Model M "Clicky" keyboard. They were made starting in the mid 1980's and a version is still manufactured today. This particular keyboard was made in 1989 and shipped with and IBM PowerStation 530, a UNIX box the size of a kegerator.


Etymotic Research, Inc. - High-fidelity Earphones and Hearing Instrumentation

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Etymotic makes the world's finest in-the-ear earphones. We invented the technology in 1983 and have been perfecting it ever since through extensive research.

Treehugger: Panasonic's New Micro Fuel Cell for Portable Electronics

a laptop using this fuel cell is able to achieve up to 20 hours of runtime


One-hand Keyboard

It's a pocket-sized, wearable keyboard supported and operated with one hand. It produces all the usual characters with relatively few keys which are pressed in groups, i.e., chords. Production models would include (at least) a miniature joystick or other mouse-like abilities.

Maltron Keyboards - Special needs

MALTRON single handed keyboards have been developed as a logical step forward to meet the needs of those who must perform keyboard operations with one hand.

MIT Media Lab: $100 Laptop

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The MIT Media Lab has launched a new research initiative to develop a $100 laptop—a technology that could revolutionize how we educate the world's children. To achieve this goal, a new, non-profit association, One Laptop per Child (OLPC), has been created. The initiative was first announced by Nicholas Negroponte, Lab chairman and co-founder, at the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland in January 2005.

Interview | Artemy Lebedev on "The Optimus Keyboard"

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Hopefully our keyboard will show the light in a year or so.