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UFO Spotted on Google Maps???

The Sun of UK reports that someone has spotted a UFO on Google Maps.  Of course, I got the exact location on my Google Maps, it’s gone.

I have to that UFOs probably exist though, there’s too many reports of their sightings for the l

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Home DIY – How to Decorate Your Walls with Letters!

If you ever go to traditional rice wine bars in Korea, you will often notice that the walls are covered with newspapers.  Well, here’s a similar idea for retro-fitting your recreational room (if you have one):

Who knew old letters apart from jogging those memory cells can also be used for home décor? Just check out this wallpaper made entirely from vintage letters! However if your letters are too personal to be displayed on walls then you c

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Google intros Android nearing the final version!

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After months since Google’s new mobile operating system Android become public, they have improved on their Android even further.  Their new Android handset was shown in the U.K. to demonstrate the potential of the Google operating system.

The good news is that we might start seeing Android, real soon, soon as the next 2 weeks from T-mobile.

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Google Earth API now let’s you put Google Earth in your website!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mrG_bsqC6k

Here’s a great news that you can now put Google Earth into your website using Google Earth API.

The Google Earth Plug-in and its JavaScript API let you embed Google Earth, a true 3D digital globe, into your web pages. Using the API you can draw markers and lines, drape images over the terrain, add 3D models, or load KML files, allowing you to build sophisticated 3D map applications. If you have an existing Maps API site, you can 3D-enable your page with as little

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BMW Adds Full Internet Access to Its iDrive

BMW adds full internet access to their iDrive.  This is something I have been thinking about, putting a web browser into the car navigation.  If everything goes as planned, we should have some people “Site Hopping” while they are stuck at the light and make us couple million bucks.

I think this is a smart move by BMW as some car manufacturer is going to put that web browser on the car navigation.  W

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What to do at CES: The Hack’s Guide to Las Vegas

Cool, check out Valleywag’s guide on what to do in Las Vegas. Although I personally do think you’d easily find something to do in Vegas, this guide can be helpful for Vegas first timers.

Your wife and kids want you to bring them back some Vegas goodies. Head to M & M’s World by the MGM G

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DIY – HOW TO add your business to Google Maps!

Do you have a business? Whether you have a Mattress Store or other goods and services to sell, you can list yourself on Google Maps. What does this do for you?

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DIY – The BEST WAY to blog – My latest strategy to blogging creatively

The Best way to blog

(Above is a screenshot of typical night at my apartment me blogging. Yes if you park at the Lincoln Park golf course, make sure to wave at me and yell out “Zedomax”)

Here’s some guidelines on best ways to blogging:

Wear comfortable clothes. My choice is the HULK Boxers from Wal-mart. (only $2.99) I usually don’t wear any shirts. If you must, make

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Google GPS

Here’s a cool way to use Google earth as GPS. Too bad you can’t run it on a PDA unless someone finds a way…

Basically you run Google Earth and use some great donation-ware to link it in real time to a GPS. This means that your mapping software and maps worldwide are not only free, but you also get hi-res satellite views and in some cases 3D buildings (in downtown areas). Only a year or so ago this would have cost tens of thousands of dollars in proprietary GPS mapping gear; it would be difficult to share it once done; each map and

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