Most people don’t want their PC to make any noise at all, but I’m not most people. I like the quiet humming sound that the fans make in my gaming PC, it’s a nice comforting sound that I find strangely satisfying. However I don’t want to hear the sound of whirring fans emanating from my [...]
Today were flashing back to the 90s when $1999 would get you an Amstrad PC with a hard drive! And they will even throw in a printer, literally.
In the world of Linux there are more flavours than you can poke a stick at. If you are looking at switching to Linux then one of the biggest challenges you will face is finding your favourite flavour of Linux. There are so many flavours to try, it can be intimidating and time consuming. Luckily [...]
There are a bunch of Portal films out there. Some are great, some are just mediocre and others, well lets just say they won’t be winning any academy awards. One short film that deserves an award of some description is Aperture: A Triumph of Science, it was produced by a wonderful collective called SyntheticPH who [...]
From c0axr (Coder of Mass Destruction) on Twitter: My new favorite hobby is to paste shellcode backdoor payloads to pastebin and title it MS12-020. It’s like cat nip to script kiddies.
Most typical entertainment set-ups usually consist of a set-top box (unless the TV is fairly new, I haven’t seen a new TVs that doesn’t have a built in TV tuner), a DVD or Blu-ray player, maybe an Amp and some sort of network media player like a Boxee Box, possibly a PVR or DVD recorder. [...]
Mari0… released… so excited! So much awesome! Can’t stop playing! More later. Download Mari0!
The new year is a shop-a-holics wet dream come true with all the sales on there are plenty of bargains to be had unless you’re shopping for a new desktop PC. You would think that a major name brand OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) PC builder, like Dell, HP, Lenovo etc… would be able to build [...]
I’d be annoyed that I missed the War on the Internet (an event that was recently put on by Electronic Frontiers Australia, in partnership with the Australian Greens) if it weren’t for the fact that the videos of the talks were posted online. The videos were posted on Vimeo, a YouTube alternative, which I now [...]
Supaplex is an old skool puzle game that was released in 1991, then in somewhere in the mid 90s (my closest estimate is somewhere between 1994 to 1997) Digital integration, the publishers of Supaplex, agreed to release it for free and thus Supaplex became freeware. It’s the first game that I know that went from [...]