ROOT is an object-oriented program and library developed by CERN. It was originally designed for particle physics data analysis and contains several features specific to this field, but it is also used in other applications such as astronomy and data mining. read more at WikiPedia

  • BMW C600 Sport ABS Scooter

    The C600 Sport  is BMW attempt to fight the challenges of inner-city traffic, rising energy costs, and greater CO2 regulations. It’s also an expansion of their model range into what BMW scooter calls the urban mobility sector.

    For 2012, BMW enters the lucrative scooter segment with a pair of twin-cylinder maxi-scoots claimed to combine the agility and comfort of a scooter with the riding qualities of a motorcycle.

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    from the 2012

    BMW dedicated site about the 2012 BMW C600 Sport scooter

  • BMW S 1000 RR Motorcycle

    BMW is presenting the very latest in racing power, the 2012 S 1000 RR. With an aluminum bridge-type frame, radial brakes, a super sporty tail-up nose-down design, hot colors and the ultimate combination of electronic rider assistance. The Race ABS, includes four modes, two for the road and two for the track, a banking rotation speed, gear-related Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) which allows slip. The 2012 S1000RR features new chassis geometry including reduced triple clamp offset.

    2012 MSRP $15,050 (Incl. ABS)

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    from the 2012

    BMW dedicated site about the 2012 BMW S 1000 RR

    Technical data

    Type Water/oil-cooled 4-cylinder 4-stroke in-line engine, four titanium valves per cylinder, two overhead camshafts
    Bore x stroke 80 mm x 49.7 mm
    Capacity 999 cc
    Rated output 193 hp (142 kW) at 13.000 rpm
    Max. torque 83 lb/ft (112 Nm) at 9.750 rpm
    Compression ratio 13.0 : 1
    Mixture control / engine management Electronic injection, digital engine electronics with integrated knock control (BMS-KP)
    Emission control 2 closed-loop 3-way catalytic converters, EU-3 norm with electronically controlled interference pipe and acoustic valves
    Performance / fuel consumption  
    Maximum speed over 120 mph
    Fuel consumption per 100 km at constant 90 km/h Fuel Economy: 41 mpg, at a constant 55 mph
    Fuel consumption per 100 km at constant 120 km/h  
    Fuel type Premium unleaded.
    Electrical system  
    Alternator Three-phase alternator 350 W
    Battery 12 V / 10 Ah, maintenance-free
    Power transmission  
    Clutch Multiplate clutch in oil bath, anti-hopping clutch, mechanically controlled
    Gearbox Constant-mesh 6-speed gearbox, straight-toothed
    Drive Chain
    Chassis / brakes  
    Frame Aluminum composite bridge frame, partially self-supporting engine
    Front wheel location / suspension Upside-down telescopic fork Ø 46 mm, compression and rebound stage adjustable
    Rear wheel location / suspension Aluminum 2-sided swing arm, compression and rebound damping, high and low speed adjustable
    Suspension travel front / rear 4.7"/5.1"
    Wheelbase 56"
    Castor 3.9" (98.5 mm)
    Steering head angle 65,99°
    Wheels Aluminum cast wheels
    Rim, front 3.50 x 17"
    Rim, rear 6.00 x 17“
    Tyres, front 120/70 ZR 17
    Tyres, rear 190/55 ZR 17
    Brake, front twin disc brake, floating brake calipers, 4-piston fixed caliper, diameter 320 mm, 5 mm thick
    Brake, rear Single disc brake, single piston floating caliper, diameter 220 mm, 5 mm thick
    ABS BMW Motorrad Race ABS, disengageable, 4 modes to select: Rain, Sport, Race, Slick (optional equipment)
    Dimensions / weights  
    Length 80.9"
    Width (incl. mirrors) 32.5"
    Height (excl. mirrors) 44.8"
    Seat height, unladen weight 32.3"
    Inner leg curve, unladen weight  
    Unladen weight, road ready, fully fuelled 1) 451 lbs (incl. Race ABS)
    Dry weight 2) 398 lbs (incl. Race ABS)
    Permitted total weight 893 lbs
    Payload (with standard equipment) 442 lbs
    Usable tank volume 4.6 US Gallons
    Reserve approx. 1 US Gallon
  • Powered by a Rotax engine closely related to the power plant in the Aprilia Tuono 1000, the RS-S is the sporty version of the revolutionary Can-Am three-wheeler.

    Can-Am's Vehicle Stability System virtually eliminates the possibilities of tip-overs, while the front wheels prevent pushing in corners.

    The S version of the RS gives the machine a more aggressive look, thanks to exclusive wheels, handlebars, foot pegs and spoilers.There are also a large number of factory sport and touring accessories that allow customization to each rider's needs.

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    from the 2012

    Can-Am dedicated site about the Can-Am Spyder RS-S

    BRP-Rotax®998cc Rotax V-twin engine
    Bore & stroke 3.82 in. x 2.68 in. (97 mm x 68 mm)
    Injection Multi-point EFI system with 2.24 in. (57 mm) throttle body
    Power  106 hp (79 kW) @ 8500 RPM
    Torque 77 lb.-ft. (104 Nm) @ 6250 RPM
    Transmissions 5-speed manual (SM5) with reverse (not available with Pearl White) OR 5-speed semi-automatic (SE5) with reverse
    Magneto 500 watts
    Starter Electric
    Battery 12 volts / 21 amps/hour, sealed maintenance-free
  • Can-Am Spyder RT Limited is impossible to categorize beyond the Luxury Touring category. Thanks to a pair of front wheels, this unique three-wheeler is a fascinating and beguiling curiosity for motorcyclists. The Rotax-powered 998cc machine puts out 100 horsepower and runs through an optional semi-automatic five-speed transmission.

    High technology includes a stability system, traction control, ABS and Dynamic Power Steering. Storage on the machine is plentiful, thanks to a front trunk with a 35-pound capacity.

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    from the 2012

    Can-Am dedicated site about the Can-Am Spyder RT Limited

  • ducati-1199-panigale-04
    Italian motorcycle maker Ducati unveiled the 1199 Panigale, its new top-of-the-line sport bike. $17,995 for the base model,&160; $22,995 for the S version.


    2012 DUCATI 1199 Panigale Gallery

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  • The Monster 1100EVO perfectly mixes high engine power, a Ducati Safety Pack (ABS + DTC) contained of advanced electronics, a new sports concept and superior riding pleasure to refine the original Monster formula, which makes it an icon of the naked segment.

    The two-valve engine on the Monster 1100EVO features a crankcase which significantly reduces overall engine weight.

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    from the 2012

    Ducati dedicated site about the Ducati Monster 1100 EVO

  • The 848EVO now further enhances Ducati's most impressive lightweight Superbike ever with more power from the Testastretta engine and more braking power from Brembo’s incredible monobloc brake technology combining to provide an even more exciting way to enter the world of Ducati Superbikes.

    The 140HP of the Testastretta Evoluzione engine and the awesome braking power of Brembo monobloc calipers take the performance level of the 848EVO

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    from the 2012

    Ducati dedicated site about the Superbike 848 EVO

  • Based on the 1940 Chief, the 2012 Indian Chief Vintage picks up right where its predecessor left off. All the way from its PowerPlus 105ci engine to its distressed tan leather with fringe seat and saddlebags, chrome Indian tank badge, classic whitewall tires and, of course, its distinctive Indian fender light.

    from the 2012

    MSRP $36’000

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  • 2012 Motorcycle Honda CBR1000RA

    The essential Superbike

    The CBR1000RR is already the essential Superbike, offering a perfectly integrated combination of power, handling, and overall balance for both the street and the track. But this year we’ve taken this versatile machine and given it some major upgrades. New suspension, new bodywork, new instrumentation, new wheels—and that’s just the start.

    from the 2012

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  • Motorcycle Honda Goldwin GL1800

    For more than 35 years, the Honda Gold Wing has stood alone at the forefront of the luxury touring class. One of the big reasons it stays there is because we're constantly updating and innovating, without ever losing sight of the Gold Wing's core greatness. The improvements and features we're offering on our 2012 models are a perfect example of that: The new (sleek new bodywork, our new trip planner, an even nicer seat) combine with the proven (a famously smooth six-cylinder engine and a twin-spar chassis influenced by our years of Grand Prix racing) to give you the best Gold Wing ever.

    from the 2012

    Base MSRP from $23,890 to $29,350

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    Visit the dedicated site for the Honda Goldwing GL1800

  • Motorcycle Honda Hornet CB1000RA X Extreme

    Honda CB1000R, a machine that offers Superbike performance, a comfortable, do-it-all riding position, and sense of style that’s off the charts. The CB1000R is built around a superbike-strong 998cc DOHC inline-four engine that’s perfect for street riding, with plenty of torque and power on tap. Since it’s a four cylinder, it’s plenty smooth for longer rides too.

    The CB1000R uses a 998cc inline-four engine based on a previous generation CBR1000RR, but is tuned to produce more torque and horsepower in the midrange and bottom end-the perfect combination for a machine like this.

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    from the 2012

    Visit the dedicated site for the Honda Hornet CB1000RA

  • Motorcycle Honda Hornet CB600FA

    Since it first shook up the street fighter scene in 1998, the CB600F Hornet has become one of the most influential middleweight Naked motorcycles. A close blood relative of the race-winning CBR600RR, the first CB600F presented an unprecedented package of sporty performance and light, user-friendly handling.

    Note: I am a happy owner of a 2001 Hornet CB600.

    The 2012 CB600F will come in three color versions, including a sophisticated new matt grey metallic and a vibrant new pearlescent blue. Each color is highlighted by its striking contrast with the solid, mechanical look of the CB600F’s Axis Grey Metallic wheels and prominent engine. 

    • Pearl Cool White
    • Mat Cynos Grey Metallic
    • Pearl Pacific Blue
    • Gloss Black

    Base MSRP €6500

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    from the 2012

    The CB600F engine is known for its responsive delivery and powerful, torque drive. It was originally developed alongside the engine for the CBR600RR, giving it sporty acceleration and precise response. The CB600F engine is tuned for strong midrange power and torque to deliver fast acceleration out of the corners, combined with a high-revving top end that creates its exhilarating street fighter character.
    Developed with the advantages of race-bred technology, the CB600F engine is designed for both versatility and reliability. Durable and requiring little maintenance, it adds to the easy ownership that is essential to the very spirit of the Hornet.
    Advanced PGM-FI electronic fuel injection provides instant throttle response, precise control of the engine’s power and smooth, predictable changes in speed. Combined with Honda’s oxygen-sensing catalytic converter system it also helps to keep harmful exhaust emissions to a minimum.
    Short and compact, the engine is positioned for an ideal balance of weight, which combines with the bike’s chassis characteristics to create nimble, responsive handling. The exhaust system is low-slung and positioned for a low center of gravity and maximum mass centralization.

    Technical Specification





    Engine Type

    Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC inline-4

    Engine Displacement


    Bore & Stroke

    67 x 42.5mm

    Compression Ratio

    12: 1


    PGM-FI electronic fuel injection

    Max. Power Output

    75kW/12,000min-1 (95/1/EC)

    Max. Torque

    63.5Nm/10,500min-1 (95/1/EC)


    Computer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance
    Starter Electric


    Gearbox   6-speed
    Final Drive 525 O-ring sealed chain

    Dimensions and Weight

    Length x Width x Height 2,090 x 740 x 1,095mm
    Wheelbase   1,435mm
    Seat Height 800mm
    Ground Clearance   135mm
    Fuel Capacity 19litres (including 4-litre LCD-indicated reserve)
    Dry Weight 177kg

    Wheels, Suspension and Brakes

    Wheels Front Hollow-section 5-spoke cast aluminium
    Wheels Rear Hollow-section 5-spoke cast aluminium
    Tyres Front  120/70-ZR17M/C (58W)
    Tyres Rear  180/55-ZR17M/C (73W)
    Suspension Front 41mm inverted telescopic fork, 120mm axle travel
    Suspension Rear Monoshock damper with 7-step adjustable preload, 128mm axle travel
    Brakes Front  296 x 4.5mm dual hydraulic disc with three-piston callipers, floating rotors and sintered metal pads
    Brakes Rear 240 x 5mm hydraulic disc with single-piston calliper and sintered metal pads
  • Motorcycle Honda VT1300CXA

    How do you classify a bike as sharp as the Honda Sabre? Pro Street dragster or boulevard bad boy—the Sabre offers a heaping dose of both. It’s a sleek, modern-day custom, that’s for sure. Taking a cue from the stripped-down styling of the Fury, it goes on to carve out its own, very unique place in the Honda Custom lineup. Just check out the crisp, clean lines, sporty, minimalist fenders, tall, 21-inch front tire, raked-out fork and low, aggressively set bars. And let’s not forget the brawny 1312cc 52º V-twin engine responsible for putting all this wickedly cool style in motion.

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    from the 2012

    Visit the dedicated site for the Honda 1300 Custom Line

    • Harley Davidson Street Glide
    • Harley Davidson V-Rod 10th anniversary edition
    • Harley Davidson V-Rod Muscle
    • Harley Davidson FLS Softail Slim (ABS)
    • Harley Davidson XL1200 Sportster
    • Harley Davidson CVO Convertible

    And a lot of custom job and paint…

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    from the 2012

  • Ducati 1199 Panigale S Tricolore

    The 1199 Panigale S is decked out in a Tricolor livery to celebrate "Made in Borgo Panigale" technological excellence and mark the start of a new Ducati Superbike era.

    The Superquadro power has been increased up to 195 HP@10,750 rpm, an absolute reference for a series-produced twin-cylinder, while torque has been increased to 13.5 kgm@9,000 rpm

    2012 MSRP $15,050 (Incl. ABS)

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    from the 2012

    Ducati dedicated site about the 2012 Superbike Ducati 1199 Panigale S Tricolore

  • Suzuki GSR 750 Motorcycle

    The Suzuki GSR750 is ideal for cruising the streets or weekend blasts, as it combines a powerful engine and quality components, with strong angular lines across the whole machine.

    Developed from the power plant of the legendary Suzuki GSX-R750, the GSR750 features a 749cc, four-cylinder, fuel-injected DOHC engine resulting in broad power band with loads of low-end torque and dynamic mid-range power.

    from the 2012

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  • 2012 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Motorcycle

    Faster evolution is a hallmark of the GSX-R1000’s engine. And 2012 brings another quick step ahead. Reaffirming the legendary motorcycle’s claim to the top are improved throttle response, increased power and acceleration at mid-range engine speeds, and better fuel economy. Refinements ranging from a new stainless steel 4-2-1 exhaust system to completely redesigned pistons.


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    New 999cc four-cylinder power plant is modified to deliver extraordinary acceleration matched by maximum top-end performance of world-class racetrack performance.

    Color Metallic Mat Black No.2/Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Triton Blue/Glass Splash White
    Brakes Front Disc brake, twin
    Brakes Rear Disc brake
    Curb Weight 203kg (448 lbs.)
    Final Drive Chain, DID50VAZ, 114 links
    Fuel Tank Capacity 17.5 L (4.6 US gal)
    Ground Clearance 130mm (5.1 in.)
    Ground Clearance 5.1
    Overall Length 2045 mm (80.5 in.)
    Overall Width 705 mm (27.8 in.)
    Overall Width 27.8
    Seat Height 810 mm (31.9 in.)
    Suspension Front Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
    Suspension Rear Link type, coil spring, oil damped
    Tires Front 120/70ZR17 M/C (58W), tubeless
    Tires Rear 190/50ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless
    Transmission 6-speed constant mesh
    Wheelbase 1405mm (55.3 in.)
    Engine 999cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder, DOHC
    Bore Stroke 74.5 mm x 57.3 mm
    Compression Ratio 12.9 : 1
    Fuel System Suzuki Fuel Injection
    Ignition Electronic ignition (Transistorized)
    Lubrication Wet sump
    Starter Electric
    Warranty 12 Month Limited Warranty
  • The innovation speed in Blockchain landscape is just breathtaking and being able to (or to be honest trying to...) follow all these rapid changes is a chance for all software engineers.

    At the core of the Blockchain disruption are consensus algorithm:

    Consensus algorithms enable network participants to agree on the contents of a blockchain in a distributed and trust-less manner.

    And the consensus algorithm plays a crucial role in maintaining the safety and efficiency of blockchain. Using the right algorithm may bring a significant increase to the performance of blockchain application.

    But do you know how much consensus type are out there? or where they are applied? my new Consensus Map may help you there exploring the always evolving landscape:

    Here is the actual Consensus list: DPoR, DPoS, DPoS/LPoS, FBA, HPoW, LFT, Limited Confidence Proof-of-Activity, Ouroboros, POBh, PoA, PoB, PoB/PoS, PoC, PoI, PoP, PoP/PoV/PoQ, PoPP, PoR, PoS, PoS/LPoS, PoS/PoB, PoS/PoD, PoS/PoP, PoS/PoW, PoS/PoW/PoT, PoST, PoSign, PoW, PoW/DPoW, PoW/HiPoS, PoW/PoM/PoSII, PoW/PoS, PoW/PoS/PoC, PoW/PoSC, PoW/PoZ, PoW/nPoS, PoWT Proof of Believability, Proof of Existence, Proof of Ownership, Proof of Time, Scrypt-adaptive-N (ASIC resistant), TPoS, Tangle, dPoW/PoW, mFBA 

    You can filter by any type of Consensus and zoom, learn more about them by hovering over the menu.

    The map also feature a mode selector at the bottom, if you switch to Algorithm Map you'll see where each of the 82 cryptographic algorithm are used!


    The Map will be auto-magically regenerated every week on Sunday evening. The tedious task of maintaining the list of all Consensus algorithms (I've documented 60+ but only 47 are represented) and their descriptions are (still) maintained manually.

    More filters will be added soon (showing for example only the top 100 by market cap, consensus by date of creation, and so on...), and your feedback is always welcomed.

  • SUCON is a emerging conference focused on topics related to the Unix operating system. Our goal is to bring together developers, system administrators and users in the field of Unix to foster projects, ideas and the knowledge of every individual.
    Programme - Captured Talks - Speakers -
  • Attention: I did not rename the inserted tag correctly (I mean there is no grammar across settings.php) that means that migration from one theme to the other can be difficult. If someone want to invest some time and identify each smileys in each pack and assign the good  description in settings.php.... for example a smiling smyleys should have : - )

    click more for pictures.....available in download section...enjoy!

    Basic Smileys

    :-) Your basic smiley. This smiley is used to inflect a sarcastic or joking statement since we can't hear voice inflection over e-mail.

    ;-) Winky smiley. User just made a flirtatious and/or sarcastic remark. More of a "don't hit me for what I just said" smiley.

    :-( Frowning smiley. User did not like that last statement or is upset or depressed about something.

    :-I Indifferent smiley. Better than a `:-(' but not quite as good as a `:-)'.

    :-> User just made a really biting sarcastic remark. Worse than a `;-)'.

    >:-> User just made a really devilish remark.

    >;-> Winky and devil combined. A very lewd remark was just made.

    Widely used Smileys

    (-: User is left handed.

    %-) User has been staring at a green screen for 15 hours straight.

    :*) User is drunk.

    [:] User is a robot.

    8-) User is wearing sunglasses.

    B:-) Sunglasses on head.

    ::-) User wears normal glasses.

    B-) User wears horn-rimmed glasses.

    8:-) User is a little girl.

    :-)-8 User is a Big girl.

    :-{) User has a mustache.

    :-{} User wears lipstick.

    {:-) User wears a toupee.

    }:-( Toupee in an updraft.

    :-[ User is a vampire.

    :-E Bucktoothed vampire.

    :-F Bucktoothed vampire with one tooth missing.

    :-7 User juust made a wry statement.

    :-* User just ate something sour.

    :-)~ User drools.

    :-~) User has a cold.

    :'-( User is crying.

    :'-) User is so happy, s/he is crying.

    :-@ User is screaming.

    :-# User wears braces.

    :^) User has a broken nose.

    :v) User has a broken nose, but it's the other way.

    :_) User's nose is sliding off of his face.

    :<) User is from an Ivy League School.

    :-& User is tongue tied.

    =:-) User is a hosehead.

    -:-) User is a punk rocker.

    -:-( Real punk rockers don't smile.

    :=) User has two noses.

    +-:-) User is the Pope or holds some other religious office.

    `:-) User shaved one of his eyebrows off this morning.

    ,:-) Same thing...other side.

    |-I User is asleep.

    |-O User is yawning/snoring.

    :-Q User is a smoker.

    :-? User smokes a pipe.

    O-) Megaton Man On Patrol! (or else, user is a scuba diver)

    O :-) User is an angel (at heart, at least).

    :-` User spitting out its chewing tobacco.

    :-S User just made an incoherent statement.

    :-D User is laughing (at you!)

    :-X User's lips are sealed.

    :-C User is really bummed.

    <|-) User is Chinese.

    <|-( User is Chinese and doesn't like these kind of jokes.

    :-/ User is skeptical.

    C=:-) User is a chef.

    @= User is pro-nuclear war.

    *<:-) User is wearing a Santa Claus Hat.

    :-o Uh oh!

    (8-o It's Mr. Bill!

    *:o) And Bozo the Clown!

    3:] Pet smiley.

    3:[ Mean Pet smiley.

    d8= Your pet beaver is wearing goggles and a hard hat.

    E-:-) User is a Ham radio operator.

    :-9 User is licking his/her lips.

    %-6 User is braindead.

    [:-) User is wearing a walkman.

    (:I User is an egghead.

    <:-I User is a dunce.

    K:P User is a little kid with a propeller beenie.

    @:-) User is wearing a turban.

    :-0 No Yelling! (Quiet Lab)

    :-: Mutant smiley; the invisible smiley.

    .-) User only has one eye.

    ,-) Ditto...but he's winking.

    X-( User just died.

    8 :-) User is a wizard.

    -=* :-) User is a TeX wizard.

    Midget Smileys

    A lot of these can be typed without noses to make midget smileys.

    :) Midget smiley.

    :] Gleep...a friendly midget smiley who will gladly be your friend.

    =) Variation on a theme...

    :} What should we call these? (what?)

    :) Happy.

    :> What?

    :@ What?

    :D Laughter.

    :I Hmmm...

    :( Sad.

    :[ Real Downer.

    :< What?

    :{ What?

    :O Yelling.

    :C What?

    :Q What?

    :,( Crying.

    [] Hugs and...

    :* Kisses.

    |I Asleep.

    ^o Snoring.

    Mega Smileys

    C=}>;*{)) A drunk, devilish chef with a toupee in an updraft, a mustache, and a double chin.

    }:^#}) Updrafted bushy-mustached pointy nosed smiley with a double-chin.

    Usenet Smileys

    In some Usenet articles you might also find these smileys which form a certain "dialect" developed and used in this most creative environment.

    ~~:-( Net.flame

    O |-) Net.religion

    8 :-I Net.unix-wizards

    X-( Net.suicide

    E-:-I Net.ham-radio

    Emotional Smileys

    :-) ha ha

    |-) hee hee

    |-D ho ho

    :-> hey hey

    :-( boo hoo

    :-I hmmm

    :-O oops

    :-P nyahhhh!

  • I've open in the main menu, 3 new sections:

    1. Gadget: Sony PSP, PS3, robots, consumer electronics ....
    2. Mambo:  development status, components, modules, mambots...
    3. Today on Earth: with some links to actuality or events...
  • zeldaroth

    These are Zelda&39;s amateur game, entitled Return of the Hylian, made in C++ and with the SDL libraries. 

    The Legend of Zelda: Return of the Hylian / Oni-Link Begins / Time to Triumph is a trilogy of fan games that take place after the events of A Link to the Past. Originally made in French in C++ by Vincent Jouillat, it was translated to English by Lobaluz. The games utilizes many graphics and pieces of music from A Link to the Past. Time to Triumph has been released in English, introducing a past, present, and future concept using the Ocarina. In addition to the Windows version, the games have been ported to the following platforms: MacOS, Amiga OS 4, Linux, Pandora, Sony PSP, and the Dingoo A320.

  • 30 anniversary of the Zürcher Silvesterlaufhas taken place  place today 10 December 2006...

    All participants of the adult categories did receive an anniversary Shirt. Children were distinguished with medals. Again the start is near the Stadthausquai. The goal being near the woman cathedral Muenster toward stock exchange road. I was there and made some pictures with my old 2MP camera (it is really time to buy a new one ;-) )

    Click read more for some funny pictures of running people throught the city of Zürich

  • I am normally using 3D Box maker Pro 2, but I came across this one (thanks Google) Even if it does not have all the features of a paid version, is more than enough to make your software look more professional

    I've done the box in the previous article in no time with this tool. Enjoy

  • PicLens instantly transforms your browser into a full-screen, 3D experience for viewing images on the web.

    work in Firefox, Safari and IE, no Linux support at the moment