This is a unique event meant for anyone who wishes to transform an ordinary meal or meeting into a magical moment that will leave a lasting impression on their guests!
Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table suspended at a height of 50 metres, by a team of professionals. Benji Fun, our partner in this event, is the worldwide leader for this type of activity.
I still prefer Internet Explorer. It launches a many times faster than FireFox. That may of course be because Internet Explorer only has the Google Toolbar but FireFox has ~10 plugins loaded that I use every day...
What I am waiting for is a real mobile web browser. The iPhone web browser is light-years ahead of everyone else so it is no wonder that the competitors are all scrambling to implement something "similar". It looks like most companies are going the Apple way and basing their new mobile browser on Web Kit, apart from Microsoft which I assume will use the Internet Explorer code base. I don't really care if the code base is FireFox, Web Kit., Opera or IE as long as it is can be used for really browsing the web on a mobile device.
I have used EzLink NG with my Kiss player for many years and I have been very happy with it. But it is getting old and neither the EzLink NG nor the Kiss Player have had any updates in more than a year. My living room is also filling up with gadgets so I was hoping to replace the Kiss player with my xbox 360. The xbox 360 has a lot more processing power than the Kiss player but Microsoft has locked it down pretty well and limited the supported formats to Microsoft codecs.
The tversity is just what the doctored ordered. It supports universal plug and play so it is discovered automatically by the xbox 360. Provided you have decent computer it also does on-the-fly encoding of divx, mp3 etc to formats that are supported by the xbox 360.
It installs as a Windows Service on the host computer so you can just install it and forget about it :-)
Google recently released the free Google Calendar Sync application:
It supports three ways of synchronization with Microsoft Outlook:
This release does not seem to copy the “private” flag but I am sure they will fix that in a future release.
I have tried Google Calendar Sync and several other applications. In the end I chose for SyncMyCal. It is not free, but it lets me synchronize both my office calendar and private calendar (both Google Apps based) to Outlook. Each appointment gets a different category/label in Outlook depending on the calendar so I can clearly distinguish between the two. It has a lot options that let you tune the synchronization and it even has a Pocket PC client so you can synch directly from you Windows Mobile device over the air. At the moment I use the PC version but I expect to migrate to the Windows Mobile version as soon as Google lets me synchronize my contacts with Google Apps as well.
I moved to Eutelia VoIP (ex Skypho) a long time ago and I couldn't be happier about my choice. An excellent service with free phone and fax numbers, what more can you ask for?
A free phone?
Well, you get this VoIP phone for free if you put 19 euros in your account :-)
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Thanks for the tip Michele