Monthly Archives: July 2006

Merom

Remember Yonah? It’s the code name for the Intel Core Duo chip found in the iMac, MacBook, MacBook Pro and Mac mini, and it will soon play second fiddle to a faster cool chip arriving from Intel: Merom. Merom is “a mobility-optimized, dual-core processor based on the new, state of the art, Intel Core microarchitecture” according to the company. Intel’s… (more…)

Bjuicebars

NOW OPEN ST DAVIDS CENTRE CARDIFF (Opposite Boots next door to Ravel) Come in and try one of our great tasting and healthy juices and smoothies, or give yourself that extra boost and go for a super smoothie. Bjuicebars are currently looking for part time staff. For further information please contact Paul on 07866 433 500 or Chris on 07788… (more…)

GPSgeek

Welcome to GPSgeek Offering the best in GPS antennas and accessories for Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance, and Navman GPS receivers. http://www.gpsgeek.com/

WheresThePath.com,

“Where’s the path?” is one of the most frequent questions asked by walkers. Ok, usually it’s “where’s the f***ing path” (shouted at the sky as what had looked like a well-used path suddenly fades out in the middle of an impenetrable wood), but that would be impolite on a family website. Needless to say, the idea for this website came… (more…)

Mapshop

Every part of England, Scotland and Wales – however remote – is covered by 403 maps specially designed for walkers, off-road cyclists, horse riders and all involved in outdoor activities. Please note: The Outdoor Leisureā„¢ map series and the PathfinderĀ® map series have now been integrated with the OS Explorer Map series. Mapshop