About a year ago I got a good deal on an ATI TV Wonder 600 USB TV Tuner ($20 of woot.com), which I was pretty excited about. I tore open the package and plugged it into my newly installed Windows 7 system, which I had just installed and was happy with. I’m usually a Linux […]
This topic, I’m sure, has been blogged about and hashed and rehashed a million times, but here it goes anyway. Stream of consciousness about reality TV: The banality of evil is a well broached subject. However, the banality of existence and subjugation is a topic I have not studied in any extent. We live in […]
Jobs of Yesteryear – NPR.org
For a while after upgrading my work system to Fedora 12, my sound wasn’t working. After ridiculous amounts of searching through extensive instructions on how to fix it, I stumbled on a solution today. For my system, ALSA sound worked just fine (found this out by trying the ALSA output plugin in audacious). In / […]
Ctrl + Shift + T : reopens the last closed tab. Good stuff; I love hotkeys, especially when I accidentally discover a useful one.
Running Fedora 11, I forgot I installed Google Gadgets, so while I’m waiting for PEAR to install, I figured I’d register my disappointment here. All of them look relatively decent, but unfortunately the 4 or so I’ve tried (out of hundreds, I know), aren’t SVG. So that means when I make them bigger to show […]
Ha. Chose to not put the mother-effer part in the title; my mother reads this! lol.
It was nice to see Krav Maga get some media exposure recently, having Rhonda Walker visit the studio and do a story on how Krav can help with self defense and physical fitness. I should have went … Video on ClickOnDetroit.Com
So naturally, I was excited to see that Zimbra Desktop was released by Yahoo! just recently. Shortly after the download, however, I was kind of pissed to see that 64 bit wasn’t supported yet. “Can’t be done”, say the message boards. I hate hearing that. You know 100 years ago there was no such thing […]