Dave Gee: Entertainment Now: August 2007
Dave Gee: Entertainment Now
Latest News from the world of Entertainment, including the newest TV shows, DVD releases, Pop Music, and Celebrity Gossip

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Online shopping has become much more popular over the last year or two, thanks to the convenience of shopping 24/7, as well as the great bargains you can find on the net.

You can save even more with product rebates or an online discount voucher. Finding the best vouchers and deals can sometimes be hit and miss, but a UK online community aims to help shoppers save money and shop better.

Check out Webbyplanet.co.uk next time you're looking to buy anything on the net from a UK website. As well as discounts and details of the latest sales and deals, the site also has reviews and information on the latest products (from over 2000 merchants).

The music video for The Sheilas' debut single (I'm So) Happy Happy (You're Mine) has hit UK tv screens, and is now on youtube for those of us in the rest of the world.

The video for the trio's debut Stock/Waterman-penned single features a number of classic gameshows, and an audience of friends, family, and fans. The video certainly won't be winning any awards, but is still a fun little clip for a great catchy song...

* The Sheilas - (I'm So) Happy Happy (You're Mine) is released in the UK on September 17th.

* The Sheilas - Official website

Thursday, August 02, 2007

A few years ago, sharing files with friends over the internet was fairly simple, and the files weren't too large... a few text documents, a couple of photos from your 3 megapixel camera, and maybe the odd mp3 music file.

But now with the growth of Broadband, the internet has exploded as people look to exchange video files, photo libraries, and computer software.

Unfortunately, most online email systems like gmail (as well as those from your own internet service provider) have limits on the size of files you can send, often as little as 5-20MB.

But a new website, Driveway.com, is offering a free super-sized online file sharing service. Driveway lets you 'park' files of up to a massive 500MB in size each... and offers unlimited total storage for your online file sharing needs.

There's no download limits like many other sites, and it's simple to use... just upload your file, then send the link to your friend/s or post it on your blog or website.