Nearly all the wines of the world are named according to their grape variety; that’s how fundamental the grape is. Most of the 11 red grape varieties are Major Players, but those in the first four are particularly famous. Here I list this most famous 4 below: CABERNET SAUVIGNON Nicknames: Cabernet, Cab Origin: France Where
vi EWEEK By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols August 26, 2004 Opinion: With security holes to the left of us and program incompatibilities to the right, SP2 is giving corporate IT departments more reasons than ever to consider a move to Linux desktops.
Ever wondered who’s behind those attacks on your firewall? VisualRoute will find out for you. I used this software long time ago. It tells the host by ip address. And it also shows the route from your computer to the host. Download search
When I wanted to put a mp3 file on my BLOG, I met a problem. I can only put a link instead of a playing control panel. Now, I got a way to make it works as what I want. the embed html below is the example html code for the embed tag Break down
Resolution Guide for Monitors, Laptops, Televisions and Projectors You’ve seen the confusing alphabet soup of acronyms describing the various resolutions for monitors, laptop displays, LCD and plasma televisions, as well as projectors, yet you probably still don’t know what it all means. Click on this hyperlink for an article that explains resolution and includes charts
The Truth About Response Time In our continuing effort to provide up-to-the-minute information to consumers, our editors wish to shed light on the multitude of numbers (or specifications) that accompany advertisements, brochures, user manuals, etc. regarding LCD monitors. Amid the cacophony of digits large and small appears one expression that is particularly important, but often
The world market for flat panel displays exploded to nearly $38-billion last year with projections of 18-percent growth for each of the next three years. According to the October 1, 2003 issue of Business Economics magazine, few – if any – markets this size are growing at such high and sustained rates. The reasons are
Stan Miastkowski From the June 2004 issue of PC World magazine Windows reminds me all too often of those finicky foreign sports cars of decades past. If you don’t spend time tweaking, maintaining, and tuning it, it tends to run a little rough. A lot goes on under the hood to keep your XP-based PC