Casio CFX-40 Scientific Calculator Watch – Forgotten Electronics

If there’s a consistently hot digital watch on Ebay, it may as well be a scientific calculator watch. Unfortunately, this isn’t a personal brag, but there’s an Ebay seller who enjoyed a little extra spending cash at this past Christmas. He found this watch at a flea market, spent a couple bucks on a battery, and cashed in for over $400 on Ebay! It may sound like one of those auction anomalies, but time after time we’ve seen these things get big bucks. With an original retail of under $40, you may have a nice little investment on your hands. And hopefully not your wrist. Remember, the better the condition, the bigger the take!Calculator Watch

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PC Decrapifier — I Love That Name!

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PC Decrapifier, For *NEW* XP & Vista machines ONLY

So, you’re the proud owner of a new PC. You anxiously open the box, dumping out the contents, casting the instructions aside. You feverishly push your old PC off the desk and get the new one set up. On the floor lies a pile of plastic wrap and twist ties. Your brand spanking new PC boots up only to greet you with a plethora of pop up advertisements pestering you to pay for anti-virus software or sign up for a music service. Your desktop is littered with website links for ‘special offers.’ The system tray is already full of programs that continuously use your internet connection to make sure that you’re ‘up to date.’

“When did I ask for this?” you ask. Well, you didn’t and that’s where the PC Decrapifier comes in. The PC Decrapifier attempts to remove all of the crap on your PC that you never asked for or wanted. To manually remove all of this stuff by hand can take at least an hour (depending on the severity of the infestation.) The PC Decrapifier will detect the ‘crap’ on your system, you choose what to uninstall, then sit back and let the PC Decrapifier work its magic.

All of this stuff is placed on your new PC because the big companies like Dell, HP and others sell advertising space on your PC to put more money in their pockets at the expense of your time and frustration.

The PC Decrapifier is a program free for personal use to help the average computer user combat this problem. It is also available for PC technicians at a small fee to use as a tool in their everyday business to save a tremendous amount of time.

It will not begin removing anything without prompting you first! You get to see the list of items it detects and then choose what will be removed automatically.

The PC Decrapifier will uninstall many of the common trialware and annoyances found on many of the PCs from big name OEMs.

Below is the current list of software and items that the PC Decrapifier can detect and remove.

QuickBooks Trial
NetZero Installers
Earthlink Setup Files
Corel Photo Album 6
Tiscali Internet
Wanadoo Europe Installer
Get High Speed Internet!
Internet Service Offers Launcher
Dell Search Assistant
Norton Ghost 10.0
Norton Symantec Live Update
MS Plus Photo Story 2LE
MS Plus Digital Media Installer
McAffee
Norton Internet Security
Google Desktop
Google Toolbar
AOL US
AOL UK
MusicMatch Jukebox
MusicMatch Music Services
Wild Tangent Games (Dell/HP Game Console)
Norton AntiVirus 2005
Norton Security Center
Norton AntiSpam
PC-cillin Internet Security 12
Corel Snapfire Plus SE
Yahoo! Music Jukebox
Vongo
Office 2003 Trial Assistant
Norton Protection Center
HP Rhapsody
ESPN Motion
Dell URL Assistant
Orange Internet
Digital Content Portal
Run Registry Entries
Desktop Icons
Startup Menu Items
Reset IE Home and Search Pages
Corel WordPerfect
Roxio RecordNow
Sonic DLA
Sonic Update Manager
Sonic RecordNow Audio
Sonic RecordNow Copy
Roxio MyDVD LE
MS Office Standard Edition 2003
Quicken 2006
MS Office Home and Student 2007
MS Office Home and Student 2007
Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo XI
Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security 14

FREEWARE!!
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Do You Use iGoogle?

I do, and I am really liking the RSS feeds that I can place on my homepage. Here is what my current iGoogle page looks like. I am debating on what I could do with the tabs I can add. I guess I could put my favorite RSS feeds on a tab of their own…

What does yours look like?

What are some of your favorite widgets?

My iGoogle page.

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