history of innovation
February 19, 2005
Welcome to the latest issue of Argentum Newsletter! As always we would love to hear your feedback at .
New backup articles on our web-site.
A new section has been opened on our web-site. This section includes a growing collection of various backup articles to help you manage your backups under Microsoft Windows. This section also serves as a common index (repository) for all backup resources available on our web-site. So you're welcome to check this new section at:
The collection of frequently asked questions has been updated. It is recommended that you read the updated version:
New, comprehensive guide about backing up to CD and DVD recording drives (CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM...) with Argentum Backup. Three basic options are discussed: using Microsoft Windows XP built-in CD writing wizard for interactive backup; installing the third-party packet writing driver for direct, transparent, drive letter access to your CD/DVD drive; considering CD/DVD alternatives due to the unreliable nature of the rewritable optical discs. If you previously had problems backing up to CD or DVD, it is recommended that you read this article:
Yet another interesting article about future support for DVD writing in the next version of the Microsoft Windows operating system, code-named Windows Longhorn:
You will be able to back up directly to your DVD or CD drive without actually installing any third-party packet writing software! The built-in read/write support for UDF file system will be integrated into the operating system.
Salvador Dali Art.
275 high-quality paintings by Salvador Dali.
"Don't bother about being modern. Unfortunately it is the one thing that, whatever you do, you cannot avoid... The world will admire me. Perhaps I'll be despised and misunderstood, but I'll be a great genius, I'm certain of it..."
Salvador Dali, one of the greatest Spanish painters of all time, and one of the most important figures in the history of the modern art movement. Both Dali's extraordinary talent and odd personality helped him to rise above the rest of the Surrealists of the 20th century. His artwork and influences can be seen almost everywhere around the world. His explicit and controversial Surrealist paintings are some of the most famous, and infamous, paintings of the 1900's, and his rebellious and independent attitude towards art and politics set him aside from other painters, leaving a mark on Surrealist painting forever. Dali expressed surrealism in everything he said and did. He was not just unconventional and dramatic; he was fantastic, shocking, and outrageous.
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