Month: May 2009
This bed is just great. I can think of so many reason one needs a rocking bed.
This is a very eye catching bed with a almost japanese style cover and bended wood.
Today (or yesterday) Google added a business layer to Google Earth
"Today, we added a "Businesses" layer to Google Earth on iPhone, as well as to the "Geographic Web" folder in the desktop Google Earth version. To make them easily discoverable, you’ll see them by default when you start the application next time. You’ll find businesses like restaurants, bars, banks, gas stations, and grocery stores all just a touch away"
The Cape Town storms are back, last year was pretty exciting when the waves came over the wall and people couldnt wait for this year to see the massive waves pounding harbour walls around the country.
There is a cold front heading towards Cape Town and other parts of South Africa that seems to be the first big cold of 2009 and it might bring snow as close as Grabouw. Hopefully this year people wont have to drive from Cape Town to Ceres but will find snow closer to home in the Helderberg area’s mountains.
South Africa is now officially in a recession like some other countries, sure Trevor Manuel said we are safe but thats his word against that of reality.
This is the first recession in 17 years and many face losing their jobs.
The MK Military Veterans’ Association (MKMVA) said they are going to march to Helen Zille’s offices on wednesday:
From the 1st of June there will be a new application available for your iphone from the Apple store that will make color matching a dream. It’s as easy as zooming in on a image and in the application you’ll see the matching colours.
Firefox Autopager automatically loads the next page when you come to the end of a page, sort of when you scroll down and the plugin sees there’s a next number of the page or a next button (i’m really not sure how it does what it does).
It’s a great plugin for browsing image sites or most blogs. Worth a try.
Pretty cool, Disney the weird mouse shaped castle in pakistan’s northern iceberg is coming to a Google Earth near you.