Thursday, April 2, 2009

FrEsH JuIcE FoR YoUr HeAlTh

The most delicious fruit juice and smoothly recipes.
Bursting of energy and vitamins, ready in a jiffy and
all you need is a juicer and a blender. For the calorie
counters among us the nutrition facts of these recipes
are included but we strongly recommend not to count
if fruit is involved. It's the best food on earth so you
can never have too much of it! Squeeze for a better

With fruit as its only ingredient:
Watermelon Juice
Pink Ice (banana, strawberry, grapefruit,
Pink Perfection Juice (strawberry,
watermelon, orange, lime)
Mixed Fruit Explosion (banana, kiwi,
mango, papaya, orange)
Citrus Fruit Smoothie (banana,
strawberry, grapefruit, orange)
With other ingredients as well:
Power Smoothies (any combination of
Happy drink (banana, kiwi, orange)
Tropical fruit smoothie
Banana Nog
Martian Boogie Power Smoothie
Strawberry Smoothie
Non Alcoholic Summer Cooler
Refreshing Watermelon Frozen Slushy
(watermelon, lime)
More/other recipes

Buy a juicer or blender.
Create colorful and healthy drinks,
everyone in the family will love you
for it!

Squeeze at least one fruit drink a
day. In this way you eat about 3 to 4
fruits so you can fulfill your daily

Put some ice cubes in the blender
with your juice. This cools your fruit
drink quickly in summer;

Put a little bit of banana in your
juice mix and blend it like a milkshake.
This gives your fruit drink a
certain softness and reduces the
bitterness (caused by grapefruits for

Take sweet fruits to blend. Use
citrus fruits (oranges, red grapefruits)
as a basis and mix it in
the blender with the sweet fruits of
your choice. You can squeeze a jar of
orange juice that you keep in the
fridge and blend it with the fruit of
your choice when you want to.

Squeeze five to nine pieces of fruit
a day

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

The New Technology: iPhone 3G

iPhone 3G offers real GPS hardware, replacing its predecessor's simulated GPS, which was based on cell tower triangulation. Like many mobile handsets, iPhone 3G uses "Assisted GPS", in which it gets certain information, such as time and satellite orbital geometry, from the earth-bound network. Helped by this data, the device can more quickly locate and lock onto GPS satellites, resulting in better performance and less power usage.
The new iPhone software provides location services to applications (more on this below). The Camera application "geotags" photos with your GPS location (with your permission — it asks first!), and Google Maps can provide driving directions. Third-party apps are already using location services, including quite a few social networking applications. Apple has placed some restrictions on third party developers, however, and specifically prohibits live navigation software. It's not clear why this is, but even the Apple-blessed Google Maps application is limited. An accurate capacitive touch screen and well optimized mobile processors form the basis of that experience, but the iPhone continues to derive its real power in usability. But the touch screen keyboard can still be a major sticking point for some -- ourselves enthusiastically included -- and Apple hasn't given any more of its default programs (like SMS) the incryping that comes with using the keyboard in landscape mode.