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What can't beacons do?

Via Ask a Dev: What Are the Limitations of Beacons?

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ReadySTEADY Stabilizer For Podcasters and Video Bloggers

Found this at Engadget. It’s a stabilizer for pocket camcoders like Xacti and seems good for our podcast shows on messa.tv. There are some stabilizers for DSLR or camcoders but this one costs just $29.99. Sounds great. I don’t know where I can get this from Japan though. You can watch a review video at […]

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Japanese Government Made An Anime For Adults

All of local cities take place coming of age ceremonies every year for 20 years old people in Japan. And at the last one, Japanese government distributed an anime named “Go! Go! Election”. It means 20 years old people got this anime. You can see what’s going on Japanese education system. From NicoVideo. 【ニコニコ動画】成人式で配られたDVDがひどい件 From […]

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The Best Performance Ever

LOL. Owner of the MacBook Pro is brave, and Steve Ballmaer perform well. I like this! Via: Steve Ballmer’s shocking autograph of MacBook Pro caught on video — Engadget

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Apple's Revolutionary New Laptop

Happy new year! Let me start 2009 with an entry about an Apple product. Apple Introduces Revolutionary New Laptop With No Keyboard Via Digg – Apple Introduces Revolutionary New Laptop With No Keyboard. Sorry don’t believe it! It’s a joke!

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LEGO you've never seen

Found an exciting gadget at Digg last night. You can see future of the LEGO. Secure architecture and good looking user interface are really far out. They should sell it right now. Lego Safe is ultra secure – SlipperyBrick.com

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HD videos in YouTube

Found HD version of my favorite video in YouTube. Great quality even in fullscreen mode. Not only visual quality is great. The video it self is really amazing and touching me. HD version: YouTube – Where the Hell is Matt? (2008) Normal version is here. Here is a former video in 2006.

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Google street view in Japan

Finally launched here in Japan and discussed a lot among Japanese blogosphere. So I highly recommend to Japanese people to watch this video. Oh, someone knocking the door.