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P2P file-sharing

By Thomas McKinnon 12 June 2009

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If you‘«÷ve ever used LimeWire or a BitTorrent site then you‘«÷ve engaged in file-sharing, and according to some you‘«÷re liable for prosecution. Moving beyond the legal realm, file-sharing is also an ethical issue. So we put it to you; is P2P file-sharing right or wrong? FULL STORY >


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The Bear tech necessities

By Thomas McKinnon 7 September 2009

All the outdoor gadgets to keep Bear Grylls crew up and running FULL STORY >

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Running Tech

By Mike Joubert 3 September 2009

Spring is here and its time to hit the road to shed those winter kilos. From Nike's LunarGlide+ running shoes to Nokia's Sport Tracker, we take a look at all the need-to-have fitness gadgets to get you in shape. FULL STORY >

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Vignetting in Photoshop

By z 5 August 2009

This month our Photoshop Teacher shows you how to do Vignetting and Softening. Vignetting is used to make a photograph appear softer and to be a little bit less harsh on the eyes. It is often used in wedding photography or to accentuate certain elements on a photo. Once... FULL STORY >

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Rica- You are your number

By Mike Joubert 3 August 2009

While your cellphone number may have been a ?°significant part of your social identity for well over a decade now, it will soon be part of your civil identity as well, thanks to Rica. We delved a bit deeper to see what the ?°implications of the Act are. FULL STORY >

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Smart Sites for Bigger Brains

By Mike Joubert 31 July 2009

The Internet isn???t only about keyboard playing cats and Facebook. It???s also awash with brilliant educational information and tools to download and use. We hand-picked some of the best educational sites online. FULL STORY >

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Selective Desaturation in Photoshop

By z 10 July 2009

In this new segment the Photoshop Teacher will help you improve your Photoshop skills. First lesson: Selective Desaturation. FULL STORY >

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Creative Commons

By Mike Joubert 2 July 2009

Thanks to the PC and the Net many people are turning their backs on the old ?«£all rights reserved??? paradigm and ??embracing Creative Commons. FULL STORY >

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How Not to Die Online

By Andrew Gould 1 July 2009

The Internet has truly revolutionised the way we live our lives. Unless you live in a small cave on a rocky ?°outcrop somewhere in rural Kwa-Zulu Natal, it will very definitely have affected your life. But there is a sinister side to this otherwise benign and benevolent... FULL STORY >

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The Digital Hustle

By Thomas McKinnon 29 June 2009

Con artists, hustlers, crooks?«™ whatever you want to call them, the World Wide Web is crawling with criminals. These cyber-thieves fool you into believing that they are reputable, and do this to gain access to your personal and financial information. So what are some of the... FULL STORY >

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DIY Drool Tools

By Andrew Gould 9 June 2009

Our DIY Dude put on his safety goggles and went to find the best DIY tools money can buy.

Do it Yourself may be a hobby for some, but for others it???s serious business requiring serious tools. FULL STORY >

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