Links, 27 april 2005

  • DiggeliciousNokia ships a 4GB MP3 phone. Nokia’s new N91 phones have a 4GB hard-dri­ve and play unre­strict­ed MP3 tracks.
  • The min­i­Mate, MicroNet’s new exter­nal disk dri­ve up to 400GB and port repli­ca­tor, is cre­at­ed specif­i­cal­ly to com­ple­ment Apple’s new Mac Mini.
  • Ground zero: Asheville? Unan­nounced mil­i­tary train­ing alarms city res­i­dents. Some Asheville res­i­dents felt they were liv­ing in a war zone one recent evening, as explo­sions and gun­fire echoed through down­town for sev­er­al hours.
  • Explod­ing toads puz­zle ger­man sci­en­tists. More than 1,000 toads have puffed up and explod­ed in a Ham­burg pond in recent weeks, and sci­en­tists still have no expla­na­tion for what’s caus­ing the com­bus­tion, an offi­cial said Wednes­day.
  • Bei­jing man lives in nest. A Chi­nese poet has built a spher­i­cal nest and mount­ed it on a 10 foot poll in a Beijing’s busi­ness dis­trict. He plans to live in the nest for a month.
  • UFO Sends Bush to Base­ment. For a few min­utes ear­li­er today, Pres­i­dent Bush retreat­ed to an under­ground shel­ter and tourists were evac­u­at­ed from the White House’s East Wing.

Gepubliceerd door Stijn Vogels

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