“From the makers of the best seller ‘Personality Psychology Pro‘ another interesting title about ethics and virtues called ‘Aristotle Virtuousness Test’.This program is a simple 11 step test which determines how much virtuous you are according to Aristotle. Who is Aristotle? I can’t help you with that! This test should be done by someone who knows you very well. (E.g.: Family, partner, friend…) Don’t do it yourself! After the test you will be given a score out of 100. Then you will be given detailed stats of what should be done to correct your flaws according to Aristotle. VIRTUES ARISTOTLE FOUND:1) Courage2) Temperance3) Liberality4) Magnificence5) Pride6) Honour7) Good Temper8) Friendliness9) Truthfulness10) Wit11) Friendship12) Justice (Not used in the test)” Check it here:
“Ever wanted to have an animated screensaver on your Nokia smartphone (or any other Symbian S60 3rd edition based device)? Well, now you can thanks to KISS60, the application which “enables users to collect, manage, share and enjoy” Adobe Flash Lite screensavers on their S60 smartphones.KISS60 is work of Finland-based mobile design and development company, Kuneri, and has been created using the company’s KuneriLite Rapid Application Development toolkit for Adobe Flash Lite. It (KISS60) has an easy to use interface, allowing users to seamlessly create their own screensaver collections, download new screensavers and share them using SMS or Bluetooth. The application is in public beta, and you can grab it free of charge from here.” Thanks to intomobile.com for this report!
“This past weekend a circular advertised a Vista-powered laptop equipped with a Celeron processor, 14.1-inch display, an 80GB hard drive, and a DVD drive for only $399. For the same price, the Asus Eee PC (see the photo gallery) offers the same amount of RAM and Celeron processor but a smaller seven-inch display, a measly 4GB of storage space, and no DVD drive. And yet there’s no way we would give up this two-pound wonder for a “regular” notebook. The Eee PC may be designed to appeal to children and older customers, but it should also tempt anyone looking for a lightweight budget PC that weighs next to nothing and connects to the Internet easily. It’s ten times simpler to use than any Windows machine, starts up twice as fast (no crapware!), and is only about a fifth of the cost of other systems in its weight class. It’s a little rough around the edges, but the Eee PC is a remarkably versatile machine for the price.The reason why the Eee PC should appeal to kids and grandparents alike is the streamlined, tab-based interface that offers only six easy-to-understand options: Internet, Work, Learn, Play, Settings, and Favorites. In some cases the Asus-designed menu (which runs on top of Linux) merely offers links to sites that Web-savvy users have already bookmarked, like Yahoo e-mail or Google Docs, but these choices are welcome for a target audience that may not be able to find these resources easily. We also appreciated the option of using these quick shortcuts, as opposed to opening the browser first. Users will love having a clutter-free desktop for day-to-day use and will likely find navigating the various options refreshingly simple compared with XP or Vista, as well as with Mac OS X” Read more here: