Archive for May, 2008

New Smart Board to work with

Monday, May 12th, 2008

sb-blubaugh.jpg

Here is a Smart Board that will make your work easier.

New Smart board

Monday, May 12th, 2008

Here is a new smart board to work with.images-1.jpeg

Here is a new smart board to work with. It will make it very easy.

NBC sends popular T.V. shows to iPhone

Friday, May 9th, 2008

When connected to WiFi you can stream the TV show to the phone. Stream the tv to the phone and watch the tv show on your phone. Right now video watching is not great, but as network broad band gets better the streaming will get better and so will your ability to watch the TV show via your phone!


NBC Bypasses Apple to Stream TV Shows to the iPhone

Flying Cars Are Here At Last!

Thursday, May 8th, 2008

picture-1.png

Ground speed is 85 mph and air speed is 200 mph. You get 100 miles of flying time, then you have to recharge your car ship. This is a prototype not yet produced for public sale.

The Flip Camcorder

Tuesday, May 6th, 2008

Meet the new flip video ultra camcorder. It lets you capture anything that happens and share with your family everywhere. If you are going to shoot videos and it is as easy as taking picture. It is built-in flash memory and high quality microphone, on glare display, and it is superior low light handling and impressive videos.

picture-1.png

Nintendo DS’s aren’t only for kids

Monday, May 5th, 2008

court1.jpgelise1.jpg
Fun Educational game
Nintendo DS is not only for young children. Brain Age is a game with math problems and puzzles that challenge the brain mentally. The Nintendo DS is about 120 dollars and the game itself is about twenty bucks. There is an article on New York Times that talks about the elders playing Brain Age to keep their brain sharp. It might prevent them from getting from Alzheimers disease. That’s a disease that happens to elders when their memory isn’t so great anymore that they can forget how to tie a shoe lace or they can’t remember a certain period of time in their life. Scientists don’t know what causes Alzheimers and they also mentioned in the New York times by the year 2050 eleven million to sixteen million will have the disease. The Brain Age 2 is very popular played out here from tiny kindergarten kids to adults. There is no age limit for this game. It’s fun and it’s educational.

By: Amanda Ozenna-Little Diomede


Bad Behavior has blocked 7 access attempts in the last 7 days.