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Desktop speakers design over the past few years have been bland and boring, square and boxy with almost all looking like remnants of the industrial era. This week however, Altec Lansing armed with a new logo announced the Expressionist Bass which totally tops my speaker replacement list. With the subwoofer now integrated into the 2 piece setup there is will plenty room to spare for your desktop.

Also just announced this week would be the Lumix-G1 by Panasonic which would be the world’s first Micro Four Thirds camera. What is amazing is that this in time would possibly lead to compact cameras which imaging systems would rival those bulky DSLRs. Less bulk leads to more pictures +). Much to be looking out for in the next few months. Now if they would only announce the much rumored Canon 5D Mark II.

An interface defines the communication boundary between two entities. This will be my interfsce

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