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The year 1989 was quite successful for laptop producers. First there was Apple Computer that developed its first portable computer called Macintosh Portable the evolution of which turned it into Powerbook. Then the company named Zenith Data Systems introduced its Zenith MinisPort – a portable computer weighting 6 pounds. Finally there was Compaq Computer that designed its first laptop PC called Compaq LTE.
It seems our appatite for tehchno gadgets has gone from having a laptop,ipod,mobile phone and wireless android technology to becoming hip and funky. Yes welcome to the world of matching laptop covers,bags,desktop wallpaper and funky ipod add-ons.
Having spotted this intresting article on the funky world of Apple it got me thinking what else we could buy to ensure not only what we have is cool but fits in with the rest of the modern world. It may also help if you get tunned in to the modern world of coffee which seems to be the funky addition when blogging in a cafe or surfing the net via the expanding free wireless network. If you want to check out the Apple icon article you will find the story here.via [webdesigner depot]. Below are some of the funky laptops and bags avaliable today, Enjoy!
Check out this range from lapstyle |link|
You will also need funky bag to match your latest laptop.
Check out this funky range of bags from Funky Trend Fashion |link|
And finally its coffee time !
In Asia, chickens with striking plumage have long been kept for ornamental purposes, including feather-footed varieties such as the Cochin from Vietnam, the Silkie from China, and the extremely long-tailed Phoenix from Japan. Asian ornamental varieties were imported into the United States and Great Britain in the late 1800s. Distinctive American varieties of chickens have been developed from these Asian breeds. Poultry fanciers began keeping these ornamental birds for exhibition, a practice that continues today. Individuals in rural communities commonly keep chickens for both ornamental and practical value.
Farm owners insist the non-toxic dye is harmless and temporary, disappearing as the animals grow their new feathers.
“It’s something we’ve done at Easter time for the last few years,” Phyllis Burney, fiancee of owner Anthony Schmidt, told BBC News Online.
“It’s mainly for the children. They are quite in awe when they come to the farm and see the multi-coloured chicks.