The Best LOST Theory I’ve Read Yet


Making the rounds on the interweb is a pointer to this Lost theory called “Lost: A theory on time travel“, that in my opinion, is probably mostly accurate in its explanation of the many mysteries, though some are still not explained (like Smokey).

In a nutshell, the island itself forms a kind of time machine and the island is stuck in a loop at the year 1996.

Read on.


Cute Minesweeper Game

Random Good Stuff is hosting an online but cuter version of the Minesweeper game. Sure, it may look cute, but if you asplode, god help you…the carnage.

Link to the game.

Cute Minesweeper


Four Carriers Adopt $100 Smartphone

According to Windows For Devices, 4 carriers have signed up to deliver versions of the low cost MOTO Q9c Windows Mobile based smartphone which retails for about $100.

Moto Q 9c

From left to right we have versions of the MOTO Q 9c from Alltel, Sprint, US Cellular and Verizon. Looks like they’ll be released from April to Summer of 2008.

Gadgets / Devices

Self-healing NTFS in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista

Cool, this is this first I’ve heard of ‘self healing NTFS’.

Link to the MSDN blog article explanation.


How To ‘Store the Wind’? With ‘Wind Bags’

Green Energy Bulb

I don’t know if the BBC is pulling a fast one as an April Fool’s joke or if this is supposedly a serious application of tidal forces and wind power to produce energy on demand when it’s needed most by first storing the potential energy in ‘wind bags’ on the sea floor.

Confused already? Head on over to the BBC and let the confusion continue

Green / Eco Friendly