1. No more robocalls. 2. A CyberTrk. May have to wait. 3. A good shawarma for lunch. 4. A new Daniweb home/top page.

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Well for me i want to have a new phone or Cash :)

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So, I've been thinking about it: it's 12.03.2012, and Christmas is approaching fast. Are we going to get a new Christmas theme for the site?

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need help !!!! anyone know how to draw a christmas tree in c program with 3 for loop ????????????

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[attach=right]21629[/attach]There is an app for most things, but flying a helicopter has been (perhaps understandably) absent from the list. Sure, you can pilot a virtual helicopter or play a game involving a helicopter on-screen, but how about flying an actual helicopter in the actual sky using an actual iPhone? Griffin Technology Inc, best known for a whole load of innovative hardware accessories for the original iPod, has today been demonstrating how to fly a real helicopter using an iPhone, or an iPad for that matter. OK, so it's a small helicopter, a remote controlled one in fact, but it's real …

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Can anyone tell me the best free sites with Christmas cards, templates and games? It is urgent! Please HELP!!! Please HELP!!!

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You could call it Santa 6.0. In what's becoming a regular product cycle, Google [URL="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/12/now-dasher-now-dancer-track-santa-and.html"]announced[/URL] today the new features that Santa-tracking kids of all ages could expect starting on Christmas Eve at 2 am EST: primarily, support for the Google Earth plug-in, meaning that users will be able to watch Santa from within a browser rather than having to run the Google Earth software. "Last year, users were prompted to install Google Earth, download the .kmz file, then open the .kmz in Google Earth. For some less-than-technically-savvy users, this 3-part process was confusing and difficult," explained the [URL="http://googlegeodevelopers.blogspot.com/2009/12/this-year-santa-is-totally-plugged-in.html"]Google Geo Developers …

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Ah, yes, the wonderful Christmas tradition of watching Santa's travels around the world using a missile defense system. It's actually a very sweet story. "The tradition began in 1955 after a Colorado Springs-based Sears Roebuck & Co. advertisement for children to call Santa misprinted the telephone number," explains the NORAD Santa website. "Instead of reaching Santa, the phone number put kids through to the CONAD Commander-in-Chief's operations "hotline." The Director of Operations at the time, Colonel Harry Shoup, had his staff check radar for indications of Santa making his way south from the North Pole. Children who called were given …

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A quiet holiday week so far in the technology side of the stock market. Most of the action will take place in the retail sector, with both Best Buy and Comp USA opening on Thanksgiving night - - well ahead of Black Friday. Early holiday shoppers can expect to find computers, digital cameras, and HD TV's at lower prices, as retailers are determined to do what it takes to get people in the door. Back in the markets, I did run across a report from Gartner Group that touts the application acceleration equipment market. In it, Gartner keeps coming back …

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