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It has an intuitive interface and simple, elegant operation. After starting the software, you simply select one of the tool from the PicPick Tools trayicon menu when you want.
It features a powerful capture tool, image editor, color picker, color palette, pixel ruler, protractor, crosshair, whiteboard and etc. You can use all these tools freely.
This is distributed as Freeware. So you may use this software on any number of computers for as long as you like."
The case was prompted by a complaint by camera firm Kodak against Apple and Research In Motion (RIM), the makers of the smartphones.
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Panasonic’s GF1, the can-do micro four thirds (M4/3) pocket camera, has been updated. But don’t worry if you’ve just bought one: this isn’t the GF2. Instead, Panasonic has added some new colors to the black, white or red bodies already on sale.
The GF1 now comes in a metallic, candy-colored pink and a steely gray. Both are rather fetching, and the pink would seem to be aimed at quickly cashing in on this Sunday’s celebration of love and 1929 gangland massacres, St Valentine’s Day. If you live in Japan, both models should be available today.
Inside you’ll find the same familiar 12.1MP, half-35mm-sized sensor, hi-def 720p video and sharp LCD screen, and the price will be the same, probably swinging wildly between $800 and over $1000, depending on who is selling it.
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Now, researchers from the University of Florida are warning that people who aren’t expecting the jolt from some of these drinks better be careful, because they may get more than they bargained for."
Five crates of Scotch whisky and two of brandy have been recovered by a team restoring an Antarctic hut used more than 100 years ago by famed polar explorer Ernest Shackleton."
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Tuesday, February 02, 2010
Liquid glass was invented in Turkey and the patent is held by Nanopool, a family-owned German company. Research on the product was carried out at the Saarbrücken Institute for New Materials. Nanopool is already in negotiations in the UK with a number of companies and with the National Health Service, with a view to its widespread adoption.
The liquid glass spray produces a water-resistant coating only around 100 nanometers (15-30 molecules) thick. On this nanoscale the glass is highly flexible and breathable. The coating is environmentally harmless and non-toxic, and easy to clean using only water or a simple wipe with a damp cloth. It repels bacteria, water and dirt, and resists heat, UV light and even acids. UK project manager with Nanopool, Neil McClelland, said soon almost every product you purchase will be coated with liquid glass.
Food processing companies in Germany have already carried out trials of the spray, and found sterile surfaces that usually needed to be cleaned with strong bleach to keep them sterile needed only a hot water rinse if they were coated with liquid glass. The levels of sterility were higher for the glass-coated surfaces, and the surfaces remained sterile for months