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Saturday, July 29, 2006

10 Greatest Mario Moments

"it's a look at how the series' influence has triple-jumped from crusty carts to TV shows and home-made videos, speed runs to full theater productions (with Mario and Luigi duetting on the marimba)."

read more | digg story

Alienware's First Core 2 Powered System

The Area 51-7500 packs a 2.93Ghz Core 2 Extreme, SLi or QuadSLi, 1.5TB of storage and a PPU.

read more | digg story

Friday, July 28, 2006

Kazaa is Getting Out of P2P Piracy

After going to court with the world's 4 largest record companies, Kazaa has agreed to pay $115 million to them. They will soon we selling music the legal way, like Napster.

read more | digg story

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Digg Labs Launches!

By providing broader and deeper views of activity on the site, the tools and projects in Labs aim to help manage the stream of stories passing through Digg, and to better understand the patterns and trends generated by our fast-growing membership. Sorry for blogging this late.

read more | digg story

Kevin Rose Responds to Jason Calacanis' Rant from Netscape

"Jason, I know AOL has given you access to their war-chest, but honestly, take that money and invest it into site development. Listen to your existing community. Think of what your loyal Netscape users must think - you're essentially telling them that they aren't good enough and that you have pay better users." - Kevin Rose
"Fu < k Jason and his sh1tty digg knockoff." - myself

Kevin's Blog | digg story

Netscape.com HACKED!

Netscape.com has been hacked! The site's new hompage was created almost exactly to copy Digg.com. This hack was obviously done by Digg fans (GO! Digg.com). After clicking on one of the stories to vote, it displays a comical message about the Digg copy and redirects to Digg.com.
Screens from F-Secure #1 #2

read more | digg story

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

AMD Slashes CPU Prices

If you take a look at AMD's cpu price page, you'll notice that their prices have been literally hacked! And I don't mean that in the hacker sense. For example, the X2 5000+ is only listed as $301 down from its steep $696 release! Check them out @ AMD.

Monday, July 24, 2006

Nintendo Sells A DS Every Other Second

Most likely due to Sony claiming that their PSP has outsold the DS in the US, Nintendo released some sales figures to squash Sony's cocky mouth.

read more | digg story

Help Bring Back TechTV!

Chris Pirillo is asking for your help to make the TechTV reunion a reality. And Leo is also planning some things here. A full-scale TechTV relaunch is in the coming horizons!

read more | digg story

Friday, July 21, 2006

TechTV is Mentioned on Wikipedia's November 11th Page

I actually made the edit myself a few months ago since TechTV wasn't mentioned on 11, 11, 2004. Look at how the post says "G4TechTV terminated many great TechTV hosts." Opinion is used, but is fact.

November 11th @ Wikipedia

nVidia GeForece 7300GT SLi Performance

After the great performance of the budget-minded, and overclocked, 7300GT, Legion Hardware has tested the SLi performance of the cards. What can this super-cheap SLi solution achieve?

Story @ Legion Hardware

Monday, July 10, 2006

Turning Back the Clock: Is a G3 iMac Usable in 2006?

Surprisingly, these ancient machines perform quite well for everyday tasks. Not bad for $50-$100 used!

read more | digg story

Sunday, July 09, 2006

USB Missle Launcher

"The USB Missile Launcher is the ultimate deterrent against those annoying people who lurk around your desk because they've nothing better to do."

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The G4 V.S. TechTV War Told in Its Truest Words

The story of the war between crappy network, G4, and great educational network, TechTV, was a long and grueling one. Until now, no one had told the true story in all of its detail.

War Story @ Uncyclopedia