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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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Friday, November 21, 2003
Rssify Your Site

 Internet:
Turn Your Site To RSS 0.92 With This Free Tool.

Posted at 08:11 am by Nema
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Robotic Petting Zoo

 Technology:
Have you ever thought aboutthat befor? Having a robotic pet or a whole collection of them? They are getting nearer and nearer to this dream. Maybe then You can use your PDA as 'personal droid assistant'. See what is going on in this field from CNN Technology.

Posted at 08:00 am by Amir
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Thursday, November 20, 2003
Empyrium

 Music:
Gothic metal band formed in 1992 by singer/guitarist/bassist/drummer Markus Stock and keyboarder Andreas.Empyrium music consisted of atmospheric and melancholic gothic metal.1996 saw the release of A Wintersunset. In 1997, Empyrium recorded Songs of Moors & Misty Fields with help from flutist/cellist Nadine.In 1999, Empyrium released Where at Night the Wood Grouse Plays, which consisted of acoustic folk noir of Wagner-inspired dimensions.In 2002, Empyrium recorded Weiland.Weiland is the swansong of German duo Empyrium and a romantic tribute to the greatness and beauty of Nature. Musically, the album continues in the same vein as the previous effort Where at Night the Wood Grouse Plays as acoustic guitars, cello and piano are combined to invoke feelings of love, loss and awe.

Posted at 10:11 am by Nema
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Artificial Actors

 Cinema:
All of us remember some characters like ET, Yoda (Empire Strikes Back) and other artificial actors in the cinema. Are they good or not? Can they someday replace human characters? Lets look at this topic with more details.

Posted at 08:38 am by Amir
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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.

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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.

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