While the term Gigawidget has been around for years, nobody has ever
taken the time to explain what one is exactly. This page will
attempt to clarify the myths surrounding widgets and specifically
the remotely prolific gigawidget.
Because somebody has to be the first to define a word, I've taken it upon myself to do so. Rightfully so, as I
made it up. So, here it goes...GigaWidget is a term sometimes used to describe an object that is fictitious. The
term is also used for obfuscation, if the objects real make-up or composition is unknown. The word is generally
applied to technology, or the implementation of technology, making it truely unique.
The Etymology of GigaWidget is somewhat contentious. Widget is not explained in most dictionaries. The origin came
from a 1924 play "Beggar on Horseback", by George Kaufman and Mark Connelly.
Although the term Widget is used in many different applications, the
term Gigawidget was first applied by GWI, a subsidiary of the WWW
GWI worked to develop the Gigawidget based on their need to improve the
general lifestyle and standard of living for it's employees, pursuant
to, the inevitable subsequent additional benifits of increased
productivity in the work-place. As one of the first RSS Widget projects, the team quickly realized RSS had
interesting marketing capabilities.
As the product was developed, it became obvious that other applications
were possible. Byron Calle, of WWW working group, discovered that once
the output was doubled, the subsequent heat generated could be used to keep
the subject warmer by diverting the flow. This had additional benefits
of cooling the rotating heads in the upper and sub axis of the PFM
circuits. This was especially important as they are made of Unobtanium
and cannot be replenished cost effectively today.
As background, I've listed a few links below that discuss the common
widgets today. If you run across more, please take the time to send me
a link and I'll add them to the site. Take special note of the weather widget. Always good for an update on weather
conditions and disaster events.
Widgets Have been used to discuss economics,
nitrogen filled "nuggets" in cans and bottles, comic characters in
a Marvel Comic, TV series and computer applications.
Just a few of the WWW gigawidgets we've decided to list;
Widgets from Softpedia
Yahoo list of Widgets
balancing nitrogen insert used by Guinness
...and more on Guinness
Widgets Widgets from Apple for your dashboard
Straight from the
ComicVine, current info on the fan Giga and his widget
OpenGigaOpen OS runs
GigaWidgets better than other OS.
Government Industrial Spending is covered here with
deficit and gigawidget industrial complex budgets.
Widget Calendar should use gigawidget on the front and rear of each desktop. And more words about widgets, pfm
interface and some type of comic ray gun. More on this later....
When it comes to a widget, you should consider the following. While
most slice, dice and make julienne fries, maintenance and easy
service chassis have to be considered. Look for revolutionary
performance devices that will optimize the experience for the user.
Manufacturing process differ widely and you don't want to be caught
with a widget that can't be supported.
Be the first on your block to own a gigawidget, order one today!
The main thing to keep in mind here is that
although not all widgets are created equal, any widget with the term
"giga" should be considered special. Take a look at these videos and
see if you're inspired to get a gigawidget for yourself.
Shindoa, Generique Dessin and "loan lady" talk Widget's
Remember, anyone can buy a widget...but is yours giga?
The blog is up. Probably the only information on this site worth reading...
for those who just want more, look at the following links
General Support Topics
Using Widgets everyday making this world a better place to live
Developing Widgets and more on the development process
Marketing GigaWidgets Marketing Gigawidgets
These links should cover issues that aren't deals with in other forums.
You will also find Questions, Troubleshooting, and Tips about
configuring existing widgets. If you have a widget to submit, fill out
the giga form below. We'll take a look at it and make reccomendations
on how to market, use, develop and service a GigaWidget. Even if you
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