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You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.

"Yep....and was it really necessary having the woman keep glancing down at his penis?" (Kevintripod)


I just got a TomTom GO 510 (tomtom.com) navigation system for my birthday, and it is glorious. (You really can't overestimate how badass it is to have Michael Caine directing you. Yes, even more than John Cleese... but not much.) Since it has Bluetooth, and I own an PocketPC with built-in Bluetooth, I want to come up with something (say, an Excel file) that would have all the addresses for places I would need to go for work, where I could tap on a link and it'll feed the address to the TomTom. Does anyone know if this is possible? I haven't found much discussion of this, just because all Google seems to pull up is sites selling them.

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Some DVD players can handle non-DVD formats...but not all of them. I'm not sure if any of them can play WMVs. I've heard good things about the Philips DVP642 (The W at Amazon) for a cheap player that can handle DivX/XviD avi files.
- CRZ, Making DVDs? (2005)
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