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For the longest time, every pun intended, I was a smartwatch hater. How dumb is that, a stupid-expensive smartwatch that really does nothing much at all. I mean, what's the point of wearing a watch that tells you when there's an email on the phone that's in your pocket? Or, indeed, of a watch at all when that phone in your pocket also tells you the time? The fact that smartwatches looked so bad, unless you like the kind of design on your wrist that shouts 'came free with a tankful of gasoline' that is. Even those usually uber-cool designers …

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I have searched and search for a simple solution to my problem but alas, I have had no luck, so I am turning to this forum for assistance. If you are familiar with Google Gadgets and AJAX, then this question is for you. I am trying to create a Google Gadget that allows one to dynamically search our catalog and display the results within that iFrame. I've been able to do this successfully outside of the gadgets ([URL="http://newtitles.library.vanderbilt.edu/webservices/test.html"]http://newtitles.library.vanderbilt.edu/webservices/test.html[/URL]), so I know the premise should work. However, whenever I try it within a Google gadget, I get a malformed URL error, …

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For Vista and 7 users: found a very useful free sidebar gadget. It shows the most resource-heavy processes in real time. Can be downloaded [URL="http://www.fileinspect.com/sidebar-gadget/"]here[/URL].

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Microsoft's patch-the-patch policy and practice has just rubbed a hole in their own breeches that they need to patch! First, the snafu over WGA (which supposedly just wants to make sure you have a legitimate copy of Windows before you are allowed to update or get other cool stuff for the OS). Now there is this thing with one of the recent patches that some know-it-all says can "put the nation's critical infrastructure at risk". What? Critical Infrastructure? Risk? Nation, for crying out loud? I guess we're now saying Microsoft is going to bring the country to its knees. I …

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