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Ringing in a quirky girl's gizmo

Among the ringtones of the Samsung T-500 are the sound of a cat meowing and a person laughing hysterically.


The digit-al age

THERE is more to your car registration number than a simple arrangement of digits, says Albert Ee, a #8220;destiny consultant#8221;.


Hot and cold over wine

The temperature at which wines are served can greatly alter the flavours and aromas you will experience. ED SOON writes.


A bird in the eye

No bird is too far away to look at if you have a digiscope. The #8216;father of digiscoping#8217; talks to CHRISTINA KOH.


Need for diverse media coverage

Since last Thursday, leaders from 113 countries have converged in Kuala Lumpur for the 13th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement to discuss ways to improve economic cooperation among the 114 NAM members and issues affecting the world, particularly the possibility of an Iraqi invasion by American and British troops. While calls for peace and stability have been made, will the (super)powers that be listen?


Watches for a mature market

Its products are not designed according to fashion, but young watch company Bell Ross is not targeted at the average customer, writes ALLAN KOAY.


Espresso! My espresso!

Forget about pushing a button and coffee coming out. This is coffee-making as ritual.


Timberlake and urban music

A review of some popular magazines.


Blocks of fun

Blocks are traditional open-ended toys that children to learn.Through block play,children learn basic skills and develop creativity. By Ruth Liew.


Working on the thinking machine

Kwabena Boahen, a lead researcher at the University of Pennsylvania#8217;s Neuroengineering Research Laboratory, has a love-hate relationship with the grey matter between his ears.