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Blizzard updates emote list, you applaud. Bravo! {WoW}

Oct 31st 2008 8:16AM The sounds are already in the client. If you want others to hear your roar, they have to have it installed too.

Hallow's End 2008 guide (updated) {WoW}

Oct 18th 2008 7:55AM I too would like to know if non70s can participate. Going to hit lvl 69 today.

It's Darkmoon Faire time! {WoW}

Oct 6th 2008 5:38PM are there any events for a non 70 (lvl 66) to participate in? seems like the brewfest bosses were tuned for 70s only.

Neth hints at getting ready for Wrath {WoW}

Jul 29th 2008 8:29AM fifth row, first column, what is that graphic? buff bagwell? i see this graphic in quartz to represent buffs. are they using buff daddy's face as a buff icon? if so, hahahahaha.

Beta invites going out {WoW}

Jul 18th 2008 12:38PM kinda makes me wish i used a real email when creating my bliz account.

Panasonic's plasma half-brightness rating upped to 100,000 hours {Engadget}

Aug 8th 2007 2:22PM the better question is: is anyone going to tolerate watching a screen that is 50% as bright as when they bought it? instead, how long, in hours/years, before a screen gets irritatingly dim, prompting you to throw your plasma in the trash and buy an LED LCD, or hopefully a SED?

'GPS techniques' help surgeons carry out delicate procedures {Engadget}

Aug 8th 2007 12:46PM in the past, we've used things like placing metal bolts all over a patient's scalp, CT scanning them, then taking them to the OR with said metal bolts still there, setting up some contraption that senses the location of the metal markers on the scalp with respect to a special probe used by the surgeon and allows the surgeon to see where he pokes with the probe superimposed on a saggital, axial, and coronal view of the CT scan. i've only seen this done in ear, nose, and throat surgery and i forget what the name of the system is.

HD surgery provides gruesome level of detail {Engadget}

Aug 5th 2007 11:35AM amazing that UPMC hasn't gotten this. They just built a new OR (the one with the plasma) for Neil Kassam to do his transnasal stuff, and that doesn't have HD. Cheap ass Pittsburgh.

HD surgery provides gruesome level of detail {Engadget}

Aug 5th 2007 11:12AM this is the answer i was looking for. i hate the medical industry (i'm a physician).

HD surgery provides gruesome level of detail {Engadget}

Aug 4th 2007 11:52PM why, when HDTV has been around for 15 years, has it only now been adopted in laparoscopy?