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By: TweakTown Staff | Posted: Aug 26, 2002 12:53 am Has 2 reviews up today for you to check out with the first on P3 International's P7030 Camera Detector.

Privacy has become a scarce commodity around the world, violated in many different ways, especially against us innocent types. Just turn our heads and we're faced with a camera somewhere, not knowing who or what is behind its eye. Though security cameras have been put in place to protect the innocent, we often hear of innocents being violated in some way by the very technology put in place to spot bad guys. Spy-Cams, in particular have been used in a wide range of twisted ways. It seems they're meant to do more harm than good, and there's no shortage of sick or freaky potential users.
Followed then by a look at Stomp Inc.'s RecordNow Max 4.0.
Stomp Inc. has introduced recording software that does more than record onto a CD. RecordNow Max is one of Stomp Inc.'s finest pieces of software. Its features stand tall against Roxio's latest and greatest, and offer a few extra goodies compared to its rival. When Steve, of Stomp Inc., asked me if I'd be interested in testing its newest version of RecordNow Max 4.0 I couldn't pass up the offer. Truly, RecordNow Max has a lot to offer the end-user, even those not comfortable recording CDs. The goal, of course, is to keep burning a CD from being hard or complicated, without sacrificing stability.


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