Month: May 2011

  • Not much longer till it starts…

    I wonder if anything will happen… so right now I’m watching ‘Dead Space’ and yes, I’ll get back to computers on Sunday. 🙂 Oh and I wonder if anyone will notice the changes to the site…  

  • They say that the end of the world is coming…

    And I’m going to keep up on my usual business. I have a hard time believing that Saturday would be the end of the world, as the end of the world has been prophicised to happen fairly regularly once or twice every ten years for the last two thousand years. Oh and also December 2012 […]

  • Microsoft: One in 14 Downloads Is Malicious – Yahoo! News

    Well, I’m glad that I use Linux… The next time a website says to download new software to view a movie or fix a problem, think twice. There’s a pretty good chance that the program is malicious. via Microsoft: One in 14 Downloads Is Malicious – Yahoo! News. I don’t download many programs from random […]

  • MaximumTech | Future Proof: How the Common Bike is Poised for a High-Tech Reinvention

    Hmmm… I didn’t know that the bike could be upgraded further… but apparently there are people working on ways to make them more efficient. Three remarkable innovations are transforming the mechanics of the common bicycle. In fact, these new technologies may be the most significant developments in bike engineering since the original “safety” bicycle was […]

  • Maximum PC | Eight Ways Consoles Are Helping PC Gaming

    Here’s a neat article as to how console games are helping PC gaming. A few weeks ago, we took a not-so-fond look at the console portion of the grotesque, unruly mass (in some circles known as a “family”) that is the gaming world. As we often do with those with whom we share any sort […]

  • $25.00 “USB Stick PC”

    A group called the Raspberry Pi Foundation is working on designing a computer that’s the size of a USB stick… The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a UK registered charity Registration Number 1129409 which exists to promote the study of computer science and related topics, especially at school level, and to put the fun back into […]