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A residential windmill
- Slashdot discusses how to measure
the electric consumption of single devices. ThinkGeek has the Kill-A-Watt,
which is a power meter with a digital display. There is also this power
watt meter, from Germany with a UK style plug and socket.
CanadianTire (in Canada) has the 52-8851-2, EM100
Electronic Energy Meter. The EnergyHub is another power monitoring device, this has a base station with LCD interface and monitoring modules that you plug in to track the power usage of each device of interest - probably a great deal of overkill but it looks nice.
- A DIY time lapse intervalometer for triggering the shutter on your digicam. 
some handy addons for Windows desktops. They have a nice demo-maker called
HyperCam that captures what you are doing on your screen and saves it as an AVI
file, I tried their demo and it worked first time on both Windows NT
4.0 and Windows 2000 (which is more than I can say for the other three
packages I tried - two of which did not even install successfully).
Their FileBox Extender adds a cute push-pin control to your Windows which
allows you to make a window always stay on top.
- AMD has entered the mini-notebook arena, their design saves space by not using a trackpad, rather some sort of optical touch sensor is used. This 
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