(1) Philips PC Webcam with Multimedia Headset SPC 700NC
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If you're looking for the kind of clear, lifelike, intimate
video-calling seen in popular movies and television programs, look no
further than this Philips PC Webcam with
Multimedia Headset. Because that kind of thing doesn't exist yet, and
to keep looking would be a waste of time. And that's time that would be
better spent installing that flux capacitor in your DeLorean.
No, the Philips PC Webcam
with Multimedia Headset is about the best that a 21st-century citizen
with 20 bucks in his pocket will be able to do. This USB-powered set makes video calling easy, assuming you have a PC running Windows XP, a USB 2.0
port, a Skype 2.0 or other messaging service account, and a
forward-looking, future-minded spirit. Actually, that doesn't sound
very easy at all. But your reward, if you're equipped to claim it, will
be 30 fps, 640×480 full-motion webcam video with face tracking and
digital zoom. Say hello to the Philips PC Webcam with Multimedia Headset, and say goodbye to making prank calls in the nude.
Warranty: 90 Day Philips
Philips VLounge software helps you capture, edit, archive, and print your snapshots and V-mail clips
Full motion video at 30 frames per second and a resolution of 640 X 480 (SVGA resolution)
Face tracking and digital zoom keeps you in the center of the picture, and gives you the freedom of movement.
Second Place in Derby #25 (Citizenship), with 447 votes!
you have to lose something to be reminded of how important it was in
the first place. "May you live in interesting times" doesn't seem like
a curse until those times are all around you. Sure, South Carolina is
like the cousin who hit you with mashed potatoes every Thanksgiving,
and you've never quite trusted Ohio, and okay, you lost all that money
on Arizona this year, but really, so many people gave so much to try
and create a great place to live. Symbols are pretty, but they're
meaningless without people to define them.
This shirt was designed by:
jamescho84, placing the torch of our future above the symbol of our
tragedies. Maybe it was just because it looked nice, or maybe he means
to show that America has always been about finding the future, not
reliving the past. We'll let you find your own interpretation. It's a
Wear this shirt: instead of something that looks like a flag. Flags should be flying in the air, not hanging in your closet.
Don't wear this shirt: to a Confederate Re-Enactors' Society meeting. They'll do you like they did Captain America.
This shirt tells the world: "Turns out patriotic graphics don't have to be hideously gaudy."
We call this color: Asphalt of the Earth.
3X - M: 13" x 5.77"
S-WS: 9.75" x 4.32"
Ah, the rare and exquisite quadruple helix! Four bottles! Three
wines! Together, they can unlock some of the most intriguing riddles
that face humankind. Riddles like: Hey, how's that '05 Cabernet
Alright, maybe that's not so much a
riddle as just a question. Regardless, this wine.woot
three-pack-plus-one is just what you'll need to discover the answer.
a hint: With its subtle whiffs of vanilla and sprinkles of oak spice,
the Cab-Sav is a woot launch wine to get you singing "get out of the
bottle and onto my palate." You know, to the tune of Billy Ocean's '88
monster hit about abducting people into his car. No one in earshot will
appreciate this performance, by the way. They'll ask you to be quiet.
You'll wish you could oblige. But you'll be totally bewitched by the
Cabernet. It will be terribly embarrassing, but still you'll sing on,
like a songbird ensorceled. "Who, me? Yes, you! Get onto my palate!
Whoooooaaaa..." You have been warned.
Next up: The 2004 Helix Pomatia, a bombshell in two bottles. Wine Spectator
calls it a 90-pointer, but you'll just call it one sweet foxy mother of
a wine. It's got a backbone of toasted cedar supporting hearty cherry
marmalade flavors. It's got intensely flirtatious flavors of
worcestershire and soy sauce. In fact, "saucy" might just be the word.
This is a voluptuous wine you probably shouldn't get caught alone with.
Finally, this fab foursome is rounded out with a bottle of
2004 Helix Merlot. That's right, Merlot. But this is no "spaghetti
wine." This potent Washington State native will kick you down the
stairs if you quote Sideways at it. Spiraling about its core
of dried plum, dark cherry, and raspberry flavors is a wispy
flavor-wraith of sweet vanilla, dark chocolate and java. Do you detect
a dusting of Northwest cedar spice? Sho 'nuff you do. Born of the
Bacchus, Stillwater, Stone Tree and Andrews vineyards, it's rich and
powerful enough that it doesn't even return Cheney's calls. It's all:
"screw that guy; birdshot ruins my pairing with quail."