Archive for July, 2006

The Fujinon WL-FXE01 and TL-FXE01 for E-Series FinePix Cameras

Monday, July 31st, 2006

“You get what you pay for”, says Amazon It’s fairly common knowledge in photographic circles that when it come to lenses you get what you pay for. When I first bought my Fuji Finepix E900 I really couldn’t justify the expense of buying Fuji’s custom Wide [WL-FXE01] and Telephoto [TL-FXE01] Conversion lenses. They’re not cheap […]

Child Protection And Turkish Culture

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

Turkish culture is very rich dating back to the days when nomads from Mongolia were united under the Genghis Khan, and later his son Khubilai Khan captured most of the ‘known world’, from Vienna to Peking. In order to administer this vast empire the Turkic speaking people employed and adopted Arab scholars, who in turn […]

How Safe Are You In Your Own Home?

Wednesday, July 26th, 2006

A New Home For Yusuf, Perhaps? According to Rich Schefren the reason retailers install security devices isn’t to prevent people from shop lifting in their stores. Rather it is to persuade them that it’s far easier to steal from the shop next door. The United Kingdom possesses more CCTV cameras per square mile than any […]

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