March 09, 2016

It's Been A While....

   Yes my friends been a while since I last did an update, apparently almost 9 years, it sucks when real life gets in the way of what you love.
   The plan is to start posting again, although in past tech reporting drove content expect a little more broad range of topics, stay tuned.

February 09, 2006

Connect Your PC To Your HDTV

This from, enjoy:

We've got the ins and outs as well as the gotchas all in one spot so you can take advantage of that HDTV set as a PC monitor. If you've ever wondered about the different resolutions between monitors and TVs or to determine what adapters this might require, this is a must-read.

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February 08, 2006

10,000+ songs & music videos free

A new site is letting smaller bands actually get their music out there. (200MB's worth at least) The powerful search function lets you find music you have never heard that fits your taste and is actually good.

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June 14, 2005

Where Real Men Get Their ROMs

Good Roms Heaven: If you want to download the occasional game, look elsewhere. If you want a comprehensive archive of virtually every single console game ever created; including full MAME sets, this is your link. Seeds for almost everything, and it takes advantage of the ever-online Pirate Bay tracker.

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Wal-Mart: "Hey, we're still selling VHS"

Only those who know me will get this one, from

"Wal-Mart Stores will continue to sell VHS tapes for as long as its customers want them, a spokeswoman for the world's largest retailer told CNN/Money."

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June 13, 2005

The Systm Crew Wants Your Feedback

The following from Kevin Rose and the guys from -

"Since Systm was released we've received tons of emails with your feedback. We want to make sure your voice is heard so we've created a new drop box where you can submit all your comments about past episodes and suggestions for what you would like to see in future episodes. is being revamped as well."

For more info visit

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iWork: Apple's Alternative to Microsoft Office?

Want an alternative to Microsoft Office? Apple thinks that it has the contender.
Matthew David gives a first-hand look at Apple's new iWork software: a presentation tool (Keynote 2) and a document design application (Pages).
Does iWork cut the mustard, or is it just an imitation? Click the link below and decide for yourself.

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June 11, 2005

Will Apple Keep Mac OS X Off Generic PCs?

This a great online column that looks at the various methods Steve Jobs and Apple may use to prevent users from installing Mac OS X for Intel on generic PCs.
Hardware-based security of some type is seen as the most likely form of protection, however Apple could also block workable drivers for anything but Apple hardware.
The only thing that really scares me about Apple going to Intel processors is that if all of a sudden Apple's marketshare grows to become more competitive with Microsoft, I truly believe Steve Jobs could make Bill Gates look like the Pope.

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