–asked by my friend at work, when I told him there was a new addition to our team while he was gone.
Monthly Archives: January 2005
Ars Reviews the Shuttle SN95G5
My favorite site takes a look at the computer I just built for myself, as did my friend, Chris, the Shuttle SN95G5. In reading their review, you’ll find it very concise. They explain who this machine is made for. They also give it a 9 out of 10! [Listening to: Because Our Love Is Real […]
This is bad news for bootlegged Windows XP Owners!
Microsoft to deny Windows Update to those who aren’t validated Under the current plan, validated genuine Windows users will have unfettered access to Windows Update, and Microsoft’s Download Center. Those that are not validated will not have direct access to Windows Update or the Download Center. However, “to help customers who may require more time […]
Sweet, it worked!!!
Cool, this new version of w.bloggar works very well!!!
Trying new version of the blogging software I use.
I seem to have had a problem publishing my last blog entry using w.bloggar. I was using version 3.03. My webhost made some changes to my web server software on Friday night that may have affected my ability to use w.bloggar 3.03 to post my blog entries. Let’s see if version 4.00 from bloggar’s site […]
Google has done it again!!!
This time, Google has a new search feature called Google Video. From their site: Our mission is to organize the world’s information, and that includes the thousands of programs that play on our TVs every day. Google Video enables you to search a growing archive of televised content ? everything from sports to dinosaur documentaries […]
You CAN compare apples and oranges!!!
Thanks to Ars Technica for the link to this. Apples and Oranges
Very busy weekend, but loads of fun!!!
Dinner Friday What a nice weekend we had. Friday night, we had a nice dinner with my cousin, Ike, and his girlfriend, April. Michelle and I hadn’t oficially been there together since Ike bought his house half a year ago or so. Anyway, what a cute place. The place is gorgeous, and the food was […]
AnandTech’s Guide to Better Photos: Portraits
I posted their first link, I hope. This second installment in their photo guide is wonderful. Helps a computer guy, like myself, get a bit more interested and involved in recreational photography! Portraits
XFX 6600GT AGP, dead in a week!
Nasty card. Nasty. New fan design, bah! Crap. Good thing Newegg.com is nice enough to RMA this for me. I’ve read too many stories about people being on their 2nd and 3rd 6600GTs. Why bother? MSI is quiet, solid. I’ve heard no complaints from people who use their cards. I built a system for a […]