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While searching for a comcorder across internet, I found this model which look very promising, except low light performance and the poor hunting auto focus...anyway at 890euro on ebay, it is a winner....
The JVC Everio records DVD Quality video in MPEG-2 with AC-3 audio. It has a maximum bit-rate of 8.88Mbps. Directly recording video onto a 4GB CF Micro Hard-drive or SD Memory Card
Google has designed and implemented the Google File System, a scalable distributed file system for large distributed data-intensive applications. It provides fault tolerance while running on inexpensive commodity hardware, and it delivers high aggregate performance to a large number of clients.more here
x-friend's (0.2.1 beta) search functionality includes full text search (using apache Lucene) and meta data search. Search results will be displayed within seconds and can be categorized by file type, date, size etc.
Additionally, x-friend searches the internet, product catalogues, internet news (RSS-feeds), emails and other search services. I will do a Review soon under Suse 9.2
Indexing of (Searching in) files, prictures, RSS-news-feeds, mails, etc.
Support of: MS-Office-files, PDF, RTF, HTML, XML, TXT, CVS, etc.
Usage of meta-information for digital-photos (EXIF-header) and MP3s (ID-Tag), etc.
Lucidity (http://almaw.com/java/wiki/LuciditySearch) "Lucidity is an Intranet search application designed to make finding documents on big Samba shares on your office/home LAN easier. It will also happily index local files on your hard disk.
The search system is powered by Lucene and runs as a background process. The user interface is browser-based and is provided by a J2EE web app written using Tapestry. You'll need a servlet container like Jetty to run it, plus the JDK obviously."
Another program based on apache Lucene: http://www.peerfear.org/rss/permalink/2004/10/28/LotsOfInterestInLuceneDesktop/
Why it will affect YOU? because windows has a DNS cache, that get refresh every XX hours or days (very depending), So You may have a risk of going to my OLD page on the OLD server. You may need to flush your DNS cache!
If You see this Message, do not worry You are at the right place on the right server, otherwise here is how to solve this problem for Your pleasure. open a dos windows and type : ipconfig /flushdns