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Amir and Nema = Writers.
Close friends but living in different places. Amir in Sweden, and Nema in Iran.
Married, no children.
Hobbies: Computer Sciences, Internet Surfing, Music, Movies,
Sports, Reading Any Readable Material! and Photographing.



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Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Kasparov vs. X3D Fritz: Match Finished

 Technology:
Their fourth game ended in a draw and with it the X3D Man-Machine World Chess Championship match also ended in draw. X3D Fritz won game two, Kasparov won game three, and games one and four were drawn. Kasparov receives $175,000 for the result and also takes home the golden trophy.
Read the story from X3D Technologies Corp. You can also find the analyses for all games between these two giants in this webpage.

Posted at 08:13 am by Amir
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Bryce 3D Pictures

 Software:
Let's Look To Many Amazing Pictures Created With Bryce Software;Also This one.

Posted at 07:25 am by Nema
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Tuesday, November 18, 2003
2003:The Best Of What's New

 Daily:
The Popular Science Editor's Picks Of 2003:The Best of What's News








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The Mightiest Ships Of Then And Now

 Technology/history:
Popular Science has a good article about mighty warships during the long history of sea conflicts. From old ones till new ones the concept is the same, but the equipments have evolved. Read the article.

Posted at 08:26 am by Amir
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An Award Wining Software

 Software:
"jv16 PowerTools combine a lot of useful functions in a small neat package. We liked the vast possibilities the suite offers, taking the scripting language into account you have the power to maintenance and fine tune your system at your liking." From ZDNet Reviews.

Posted at 05:14 am by Nema
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Monday, November 17, 2003
Electricity from Water: Revisited

It seems that it is time to change old ways of producing electricity. This is of course just the beginning but everything has begun from the first step. The device contains millions of microscopic channels, and gleans a small amount of electricity from the interaction between flowing water and the surface of each channel. Read more from TRN.

Posted at 05:30 pm by Amir
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The San Diego Zoo's Panda Cam (Reality TV!)

 Nature/Technology:
Leave them alone, this is their private life! Do we want that someone puts a hidden webcam in our home and broadcast it into internet for millions of people? Maybe we have one but we don't know! I was just kidding.
In San Diego Zoo they did this for their famous Pandas. Of course this is not bad and very good for nature lovers. They can see their lovely pandas whenever they want via this webcam. Full story from PC Magazine "site of the week" and the link to the webcam.

Posted at 08:21 am by Amir
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Remote Anything

 Software:
A small(64kb) exe file with No DLL and No Conflict For Remote Controlling Of Slave Computer.
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Posted at 06:05 am by Nema
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Sunday, November 16, 2003
Optical Illusion


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Lock On: Modern Air Combat

 PC games:
From the first computer I had, an old Spectrum+, my favourite genre of games was "Flight Simulators".
When I bought a PC, the first thing I was looking for was one of these games. I found F-19 and after that F-117 and then... . Then I upgraded (changed) my computer to a better one and then another flight simulator until I couldn't play anymore, because in the race of upgrading computers I couldn't keep the pace. The last one I played was F-18 Korea. I remember that I had some money and I had to chose between buying an stethoscope and a joystick. Of course it was not hard for me to decide, I chose the joystick! and I destroyed that after a couple of months!
Now I found out about a very good combat flight simulator, maybe the best one. I can't play this of course because I don't have time to learn and play this. Learing just the keys and mastering controls takes a lot of time and practice.
Ok, this simulation is called "Lock on: Modern Air Combat", but it is not out yet and if you want it you have to wait. This preview is from GameSpot.

Posted at 01:10 am by Amir
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