Tuesday, September 30, 2003

Psst... Hey Buddy, Want Faster WiFi?

Hehehe.  I like the fine print…


WiFi Speed Spray is safe and effective when used as directed. However, the product is known to the State of California to cause cancer; developmental toxicity; and/or male pattern baldness. For outdoor use only. Do not use near electrical appliances.  WiFi Speed Spray should not be used in the presence of pregnant women, women who have been pregnant, or women who may some day become pregnant. Keep away from children and household pets (especially birds). Do not take internally. If a persistent cough or partial paralysis develops, consult a physician,

Made in Malaysia, by Malaysians. Not intended for use by Malaysians.


Wow, technology just amazes me sometimes. For any of you plagued with poor WiFi performance, get some of this WiFi Spray and your troubles are over. Really. I promise. Or something.

iHateSpam Gateway Edition Launched

A co-worker of mine likes this product and I was pleased to see that there is going to be a server side edition of this for Exchange 2003.  Anyone out there used it? 

Sunbelt Software have today announced the launch of iHateSpam Gateway Edition...

"The new iHateSpam Gateway Edition broadens the company's existing product line to include effective spam detection for enterprises using Exchange 5.5, 2000 and 2003 in a gateway environment. The gateway edition delivers virtually all of the functionality of iHateSpam Server Edition, recent winner of the Windows and .Net Magazine Reader's Choice award for Best New Product (Rookie of the Year) and Best Antispam Tool.

"By extending iHateSpam's proven spam filtering capabilities to all Exchange platforms running in gateway environments, more enterprises can harness the power of our corporate-wide spam detection," said Alex Eckelberry, president of Sunbelt Software."

[MS Exchange Blog]

New Nokia phone for Sprint

I hope this is true!! 

A new CDMA cellphone from Nokia that's available exclusively from Sprint here in the US. The 3588i has swappable color covers, a color screen, GPS for location based emergency services, and can record voice memos. Read...

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