Our sister website, Zoopedup.com, is proud to announce the launch of Zoopedup webmail. The service came out of beta quietly a few weeks back and is now open to public registration.
You get 20 mb inbox space which is generally enough, no advertisements and a very lean interface.
Zoopedup.com plans to implement many features into the webmail interface like instant chat with other ZMAIL users.. can you say ZChat!!!
More on this project soon. They are busy ‘skinning’ the inbox.
The final round of the 2006 Total V8 series saw Peter Lindenberg bow out in top spot as he took both the championships and a hat-trick on wins in his last V8 race, which was also the first international outing for the series with the drivers competing on both oval and road circuits in Windhoek on Saturday 9 of December.
Peter Lindenbergâ€™s last race was an emotional one after many years of oval racing, of which he has been national champion for the past two years. He will remain in the sport as mentor and trainer to the development drivers, who comprise half of the Total V8 field.
It may only be a competition for street legal cars and drivers with no racing background, but the finals of the Action Street Car racing event taking place at WesBank Raceway on Sunday 10 December will be awarding the winner with a brand new Sony sponsored Honda Civic complete with a pumping sound system valued at no less than R180 000-00. So to put it mildly the competition will be fierce. To make regular licensed drag racers even more envious, the runner-up will win a sponsored drive next year in their own car by Yokohama tyres and Speed & Sound, while 3rd place driver overall will receive a family season pass for all WesBank events for 2007.
Ask five different people what defines a sport compact car and you’ll get five different answers. Look it up on Wikipedia, the everyman’s encyclopedia known for its everyman definitions and you get this: “a high-performance version of a compact car…often compromising cargo space, seating, gas mileage, drivability and reliability.”
Here’s the three-word definition we like: small, sporting, inexpensive. And because these cars are frequently the only transportation their owners have, reality says we should add a fourth: practical.
This test is performed in that spirit. That is, find the best small, sporting, inexpensive and practical car sold in the U.S. today. We narrowed the field to six that we feel are genuine contenders: the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged, 2006 Honda Civic Si, 2007 Mazda Mazdaspeed 3, 2006 Mini Cooper S, 2006 Subaru WRX and 2006 Volkswagen GTI.