Feb 7, 2006
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VuGo Portable Multimedia System Review by Linuxslate

VuGo

Linuxslate reviews VuGo portable multimedia system by Tiger, and is not very impressed with the gadget. Right before buying, the reviewer already has a huge problem to find more information about VuGo: “I never could find simple specifications such as the screen resolution!! That includes checking the box, VuGo.com, and almost an hour of Google searches.”
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Feb 7, 2006
My Digital Life Editorial Team

VuGo Portable Multimedia Center – On-the-go Video for Tweens

Hasbro has developed a set of training wheels for Apple’s Video iPod. The VuGo portable multimedia center allows tweens to record or download TV shows, music or photos. That media can be recorded from a DVD player or TV, downloaded from a computer, or purchased online through Hasbro’s Tiger Electronics division.
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Jan 28, 2006
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IMP-00013 Oracle Import Error

When trying to import an export dump file that has been exported by a DBA, the following error occurs:

IMP-00013: only a DBA can import a file exported by another DBA
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Jan 28, 2006
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ORA-01502 Oracle Index in Unusable State

When trying to perform query on Oracle tables with select SQL statement, Oracle returns the following error:

ORA-01502: index ‘string.string’ or partition of such index is in unusable state
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Jan 20, 2006
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Gmail Delete Button

Finally, Gmail users can delete unwanted email with just 1 click from the web interface. Google has just added easy-to-find “Delete” button right on the top (and bottom) of Gmail standard view web interface.
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Jan 20, 2006
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AdSense Reports and Statistics Not Real-Time

How fast and how frequent the AdSense statistics reports updated has long been speculation of AdSense publishers. Various guess has been made, but none has the confirmation or absolute answer. It’s even frustrated to see the earnings keep not changing upwards even though you check it every minutes! 🙂
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Jan 20, 2006
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WordPress WYSIWYG Visual Editor Not Working or Not Appearing

With the release of WordPress 2.0, WordPress has integrated visual editor with WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) interface, which based on TinyMCE. It’s a nice feature, although some may still prefer the old interface which is HTML-based editor.
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Jan 20, 2006
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ORA-25153 Temporary Tablespace is Empty Error in Oracle

When executing SQL query, the following Oracle error may appears:

ORA-25153: Temporary Tablespace is Empty
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Jan 19, 2006
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Find Files that are Modified Today (or Since Certain Time Ago) in Unix

To find all files that was modified since a specific time ago (i.e an hour ago, a day ago, 24 hours ago, a weeks ago and so on) in Unix environment, the find command will come in handy. The command syntax is:
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Jan 18, 2006
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IBM (Lenovo) ThinkPad Recovery CD

Most IBM (now Lenovo) ThinkPad laptops no longer come with recovery cds or even operating system installation cd-roms. Replacing the cds, on the expense of ThinkPad users, is a hidden service partition that contains all the recovery images and files, and provides interactive rescue and recovery predesktop workspace, which is an operating environment specifically designed for rescue and recovery operations independent of the Windows operating system.
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Jan 18, 2006
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Download QuickTime without iTunes

With the popularity of Apple iPod around the world, it’s no surprise that iTunes, the digital jukebox and music download store for iPod has made inroads to a lot of computers of iPod users. So it’s no suprise that Apple trying to make iTunes as the iconic software for multimedia, just like its iPod player.
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Jan 14, 2006
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Oracle Database Link

In distributed Oracle environments, database links can be used to define a communications path between two databases. A database link defines a network connection, and, optionally, a username and password, to use when Oracle accesses and establishes a database session in the remote database on behalf of the local application request.
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