Merry Christmas family and friends!!!!
Monthly Archives: December 2004
Awesome Vintage Computer Video!!!
Wow, Dan!!! Thanks for sending this link along! Hey Hey 16k The UK has always liked the Commodore era. I wonder why? Man. I remember buying Ultima V from Eaglesoft (ESI), who was from downriver or something. The craziest thing is that it played better (enhanced) on Dan’s Commodore 128. I was always envious of […]
They have me blogging really slowly. Also, World of Warcraft has REALLY been taking up a lot of my free leisure cycles. Planning for the holidays has also been taking up some of my time. I have to hit the books for the next 2 nights. We had a nice 2 week break between our […]
Santa’s Christmas List
This is pretty funny: deer santa: I wud like a kool toy space ranjur fer Xmas. Iv ben a gud boy all yeer. Yer Frend, BiLLy Dear Billy, Nice spelling. You’re on your way to a career in lawn care. How about I send you a frigging book so you can learn to read and […]
Can you believe that we can AIM messages to WSJ? You can actually use the screen name “WSJ” on AIM much like we used to use Gopher systems via telnet when at Michigan Tech back in 1992-93. Crazy. Try it out!
Looks like Midway Games is sticking it to the NFL!
So, since Electronic Arts and the NFL have a deal where EA gets exclusive NFL rights for 5 years, it seems that EA’s competitors are fighting back! Mature-rated football game being developed
Goodbye ESPN NFL 2K5, Hello Madden 2006-2010!
I can’t believe this. Why would the NFL do something like this? Man, EA has some serious muscle!!! EA and NFL ink 5 year deal
Blockbuster to end late fees in 2005
Thanks for the tip, Ike! Blockbuster competing with NetFlix and others Wow. Blockbuster is going to spend $50M to promote their end of late fees. Fantastic. Many a time I’ve been spanked by late fees… I can’t wait.
Thanks to Waldo for sending me this!!!
Absolutely wonderful article on the Small Form Factor PC!
Thanks to AnandTech, they have an amazing article on the evolution of the home computer. It seems that convergence and simplicity is in style! Small Form Factor Article The author had some interesting discussion with himself: Regardless of the explanation, the fact remains that until recently, I had read plenty about SFF cases, but I […]