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Briefly: MacNN reviews; Nature's Smart Fish

updated 06:50 pm EDT, Fri April 20, 2007

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In brief: MacNN has reviewed the Multi-Card Reader & Hub from Cardette, as well as Laptop GelaSkins. Something Fishy today launched Nature's Smart Fish for virtual aquariums, and MacProVideo.com has announced the public beta of its Nonlinear Educating Device -- a software video player that allows users to search tutorial videos by keyword. MacNN has reviewed Cardette's Multi-Card Reader & Hub ($35, shown at right), its slick looking portable flash card reader that plugs directly into a USB port. MacNN has also reviewed Laptop GelaSkins ($33), a series of covers for Apple notebooks that customize looks and offer protection from scratching.

Realistic animated fish, MacProVideo.com N.E.D beta

Virtual marine life retailer Something Fishy today launched Nature's Smart Fish, which it claims is the most realistic animated fish in Second Life; More than 5 million Second Life residents can add 'hyper-realistic' fish to virtual home aquariums, office fountains, garden ponds, or nearby rivers and seas.... MacProVideo.com has released the public beta of its Nonlinear Educating Device (N.E.D) software video player with support for tutorial searches via keyword; the software presents tutorial videos in full screen size, and allows users to resize videos to work alongside lessons.




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