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Stay Tuned. On the road
of what you will find ...
Richard Renda
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A Magazine Alive
Laurie S. Schechter
"World's First Vogue Style Editor"
Totally Cool ®
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outtakes and misc.
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The MagaZine
The Original ... Tape of Elvis Presley's 1st Studio Recording.
Fun snaps for that shot on
the beach. Great Quality
Digital Cameras $150 - $400
Singer Paulina Rubio
aka Tony Soprano
A Hard Drive.
Roll the dice. As the future evolves and develops
the smaller they are: the bigger they get.
The Toshiba 0.85-inch HDD - 2.0GB / 4.0GB Drive
Never before has something so small held so much.
Toshiba continues to push the envelope on small form
factor storage with its latest market introduction, a multi-
gigabyte hard drive that is 0.85 inches in diameter. Only
a quarter the size of a 1.8-inch hard disk drive and about
the size of a postage stamp, the 0.85-inch HDD will
boost the functionality of a new generation of products;
mobile phones, digital audio players, PDAs, digital still
cameras, camcorders, and much much more. With 4
gigs of space imagine the amount of large format digital
picture you could store on your cell phone alone. And
just send those high res images across a cell pone
"Hard drive technology has come a long
way since the introduction of the very first
model in the U.S. in 1956," said David
Hawksett, head of science and technology
at Guinness World Records. "That model
needed 50 two-foot disks to store just 4.4
MB, and the cost was astronomical. Data
storage is rarely a topic that excites the
public. However, Toshiba's innovation
means that I could soon hold more
information in my watch than I could
on my desktop computer just a few
years ago." For more details about
Toshiba's hard disk drives visit

The 2004 Toshiba 4 gig hard drive has also
made it into the history books. It has been
recognized by the Guinness World Book of
Records as "the world's smallest hard drive."
Guinness World Records was
first published in 1955, It has
developed its annual book into
an international phenomenon
published in more than 100
countries and 23 languages.
No other enterprise collects, confirms,
accredits and presents world record data
with the same investment in omprehensiveness
and authenticity. Guinness is universally recognised as
the authority on record breaking achievement.

Bringing dynamic home theater sound to the private listening environment, Panasonic introduces the
RP-WF930 Wireless Headphones with Surround Sound Control. Elevating private listening to a higher
level, the RP-WF930 wireless headphones feature provides the freedom of untethered mobility, Long-
Range Transmission which allows the listener to roam up to 200 ft. from the headphones' recharging
base while still maintaining a clear signal, a long battery life with up to 20 hours of continuous listening,
aconvenient recharging stand, and surround sound control. Take advantage of today's surround sound
sources. The Panasonic wireless headset retails for about a hundred dollars.
During the warm weather months
the one thing you want to have is a
digital camera. It does not have to
cost $4000. All you need is a small
budget. There are some really good
machines out there that will
preserve your special moments.
Concord Digital Camera has 2 inexpensive models in the $200 to $300 dollar range - a 5.0 megapixel (above left)
and the 4.0 (above right).
If you have a little extra cash look at the Canon Powershot S60. It carries the name of Canon. A 5.0
megapixel that can be found in and around the $400 range.
Then there are The Gods at Olympus. Above is the Olympus C5000 Zoom 5.0 megapixel and below is the 4.0.
These are strong cameras with very affordable prices and great features. We have seen the 5.0 as low as $250.00
and the C750 Ultra Zoom 4.0 for around the same price. Do you want to shoot that Dragonfly sitting on the flower
or the girls playing on the beach or maybe those juicy pork chops that you just Barbecued ? Zoom it in and take
the shot !!!
Now if you really want a Pro looking camera but you
do not have a thousand dollars -- this is where to go. It is
the Fiji S7000. A 6.0 mega camera that shoots in a 12.0
megapixel format. We have seen this camera at 42nd
Street Photo for $399.00
Need a big memory card ? Want
to take a lot of Pictures ??? There
is no stopping the future. SanDisk
has a 4 gigabyte card
The extremely rugged Cruzer® Titanium
USB Flash Drive is virtually indestructible
(crush resistant to 2,000 lbs). It is nearly
3 times faster than other USB flash drives.
Stores data, pictures, music and more
with a 15MB/sec read and 13MB/sec write
speeds. Optional Accessories include
the Pocket Clip and Key chain Ring.
Suggested retail price is around $159.00

Shooting in rough
environments like the
press pit or jumping
from a plane ?
Sandisk -- a reputable
name in the digital
world -- has a line of
memory cards in
different sizes that
are made to Endure.
Available early Summer 2004 Sandisk has the
6-in-1 PC Card Adapter. No need to worry
about compatibility anymore.
Works with:
SD Card, MultiMediaCard, SmartMedia,
Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, and ...
the xD-Picture Card.

Spring and Summer FUN !
The Thousand Dollar camera.
If you don't care so much about
budget, but you do not want to
spend the BIG money -- these
are the cameras. These are the
ones to look at. Take it from the
The Nikon D70. This is a fast camera that is a 6.1 megapixels (effective),
auto and manual focus, program and manual exposure, JPEG and RAW
file formats, ISO range 200-1600, proprietary Lithium-Ion battery. Accepts
interchangeable Nikkor lenses -- lens not included.
The Canon Rebel. A 6.0
megapixel interchangable lens
camera with the Canon name.
In the $1000 neighborhood.
The Olympus C 8080 Wide Zoom
is a true 8.0 megapixel camera
for around $750.00
If you are looking for a site that can give you information, try this -- you will like it. The site covers
most digital cameras available ... Click on a price range or
brand listed on the left side and you are on your way. Now get out there and capture a moment.
Preserve what is

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