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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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Saturday, March 13, 2004
dtSearch

 Software:
The dtSearch can instantly search gigabytes of text across a desktop, network, Internet or Intranet site. dtSearch products also serve as tools for publishing, with instant text searching, large document collections to Web sites or CD/DVDs.
>Download Page 

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Friday, March 12, 2004
Homayoon Kazerooni, BLEEX and Super Soldiers

 Technology:
The Berkeley Lower Extremity Exoskeleton, or Bleex, is part of a project designed to be used mainly by infantry soldiers. The device consists of a pair of mechanical metal leg braces including a power unit and a backpack-like frame. In the lab, subjects have walked around in the 45kg (100 lbs) exoskeleton plus a 31.5kg (70 lbs) backpack and reported that it felt like they were carrying little over 2kg (5 lbs). Nice gadget. I need one of these for wednesdays when I have a couple of courses from 8 in the morning until 9 in the night for helping me to carry the books and things around.
Read more from BBC News and a description in pdf for the device from the lab.
 

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Thursday, March 11, 2004
Harold Robbins

 Literature:
American novelist, who published over 20 books, which were translated into 32 languages and sold over 50 million copies. Several of Robbins's books have been made into films, among them Never Love A Stranger (1958), dir. by Robert Stevens, The Carpetbaggers (1964), directed by Edward Dmytryk, The Betsy (1977), directed by Daniel Petrie, and Harold Robbins' Body Parts (1999), produced by Roger Corman. Harold Robbins died in 1997.
>biography

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Wednesday, March 10, 2004
Some Old Maps From the Past

 History:
And these are some old maps from the region with the name of Persian Gulf. The Persian Empire 500 BC map and The Middle East in the 6th century.

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Cardiac Auscultatory Samples

 Health:
It is very helpful to have samples of normal and pathologic heart sounds and murmurs. These are some links for those who are interested:
1- Auscultation Assistant 2- Heart Sounds
3- McGill University Virtual Stethoscope.

Posted at 09:06 am by Amir
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Tuesday, March 09, 2004
Call Of Duty

 Game:
Once again a game about World War II! But this game is not a shoot-and-go game like medal of honor, and needs a good teamworking with other soldiers .
I Installed It but didn't start. Until found that a file is corrupted. I copied that file manually from CD. Then another problem: In-game graphic was very disappointing. Finally I found the solution and updated my graphic card (ATI Radeon 7000) driver for supporting Of DirectX 9 b....and It was very amazing.
If you thought your tour of duty was over after finishing Call of Dutythink again. map-making gurus everywhere can log on to http://www.callofduty.com/ and enter to win the "Call of Duty Map-Maker" competition. Using the map-making toolset located on the official website, gamers have the opportunity to create and submit multiplayer levels for the chance to win an incredible Grand Prize package which includes an all expense paid trip to Los Angeles to meet with Infinity Ward, the developer of Call of Duty, an Asylum GeForce FX 5950 Ultra-based graphics card, and the potential to have their map(s) included in future Call of Duty game.
> Map-Making Tools
 

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Monday, March 08, 2004
Monkey's Brain and 3D Cursor

 Technology:
Researchers are making a feedback system that lets monkeys use brain signals to move a virtual ball within a computer-generated box, an advance that increases the chances that scientists will be able to give disabled people neural control of prosthetic limbs. Surgeons may eventually be able to rewire bodies to give people control over paralyzed body parts.
Read full story from TRN.


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Sunday, March 07, 2004
What Is DVD Audio?

 Tech:
All About Dvd-Audio  And It's Benefits.


      . DVD AUDIO 


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Saturday, March 06, 2004
Hard Choices in a Game?

 Games:
Games have trained players not to think, but in this game they are trying to get out of that experience. This game aims to offer a unique personal experience by offering choices in virtually everything. And what is the name? It is the sequel for Deus Ex. The game's maker was heavily influenced by the TV series, the
X-Files, while the look of the environment draws heavily on the seminal film, Blade Runner.
Read more from BBC NEWS.

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Friday, March 05, 2004
Send the Music Via Wifi to Your Car

Tech/Hardware:
Mobile audio wireless digital transfer system lets users transfer their music collection to their car wirelessly over an 802.11b connection.
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