Gnomedex is coming, Gnomedex is coming! Yup, the one convention of the year that I make the time to attend is about to spring to life once again! Alright, perhaps it is not set to happen until this summer. Yet one should be aware …continue reading
Archives for January 2006
NVIDIA GeForce and NVIDIA nForce Products Sweep Editorial Awards in January Issue of Maximum PC Magazine
NVIDIA has a lot going for them. From the SLI technology to nForce4 chipset. One area that I am beginning to see an issue is with their drivers, though.
Hey, just so long as security is a major focus here, then it sounds like these folks are on the right track to server the financial industry’s needs.
I would agree that there is likely to be an OSS boom this year. But I am going to reserve judgement about Linux adoption on a wide scale in the US for now.
Oh this is pretty juicy. Could Open-Xchange Server 5 be the collaborative environment that we have all been waiting for? I am going to say yes…
Could it be that OSS will power the video on the Internet revolution? Yes, as a matter of fact it is already happening…
I knew I was right! There is more and more growing evidence that Google is exploring the idea behind a Linux desktop!
Definitely some interesting thoughts on how the Internet is affecting newspapers and book publishers. But the real question is how they are going to work with the changing technology?
I agree when it comes down to price and seller rating. Otherwise, eh…not so much. It really depends on the product or service be sought after.
Uh oh, could this be the writing on the wall? Nah, it just means that their shares at Google are going through a rough patch.
Finally, someone out there has come up with a way to navigate through all of the mess otherwise known as Television. Take a look at TVEyes, it’s pretty cool.
This must sound insane, but there is some logic here: It is important to understand that in some cases, your Website might not be doing you any favors…
Wow, this is certainly a shock. It seems that the CEO of Tom’s Hardware decided to step down.
While I still prefer NVIDIA in the gaming space, it does seem that ATI out performs them in the video viewing arena.
You really should not be surprised to see this statement surface again. After all, this time it is from the land down under and not just the US.
No one thought it could be done. One man however, set out to prove that theory wrong…
Insane as this sounds, there are high school kids creating video games – while at school. Take Antonio Trujillo for instance. Still in the ninth grade and already finished with his first game.
Sharewood Picnic is my weekly collection of new media resources and tools. In it you find the best new media tools and picks I run into every week during my daily research and explorations into the future of independent media publishing.
This week as before …continue reading
This article below is not about a plumbing story, rather a 3rd-person action-platform game that apparently has humor to it.
Remember how much fun it used to be when you wanted to slipstream a SP into a your Windows CD? Not exactly the good ‘ol days, huh?
The other day I saw someone pull out a Palm III and use it without a single compliant. When I asked them jokingly if they knew that Palm actually used names instead of just numbers for its new product, they politely responded that the archaic …continue reading