And so PCWorld reports:
Microsoft has officially verified the editions for Windows Vista a week after the information leaked when it prematurely appeared on the company’s Web site.
Vista will have six core editions, four aimed at consumers and two aimed at the enterprise, says Neil Charney, Microsoft’s director of Windows product management. The consumer editions are Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, and Windows Vista Ultimate; the business editions are Windows Vista Business and Windows Vista Enterprise.
The rest of the report goes here. Another source on the issue can be found here.
Looks like it’s time to start saving $$$ for the new OS(es) 😮
a very comprehensive list at frozentech.
Read this piece of great news off eSN for history teachers, though not strictly pertaining to the Singapore history, teachers will be able to find this resource useful and adapt when needed 🙂
Through an agreement with the National Archives, Google Inc. has added historic video footage of such events as the Apollo moon landing and Japan’s surrender in World War II to its internet search engine. Students, teachers, researchers, and others now can access these digital video clips free of charge through the Google Video search portal.
Read the full article, and visit the NARA on Google Video site too 🙂
If you would like to find out more about RSS feeds via some explorations, 3spot has a good guide here 🙂
If you are currently hosting podcasts/audioblogs on your own personal webspace, and the RSS feeds are not automatically generated (or the fact is that you are writing/editing your own feeds), you can make use of this feed generator to generate the necessary feed automatically.