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Wow, it has been a long time since I did a post here and it will probably be a long time, if I ever do a post here again. Anyone coming across this blog is hereby redirected (by clicking the link, of course) to my new home. XGATech
is now full of posts and information, so anything that would have been post here is now over there. It's all about technology, some entertainment and as soon as I can get it together, a downloads section will be available and full of useful stuff, currently there is only one program in it but more will be added shortly. Again, I will refer you to XGATech
. Thank you.
Okay, So I've spent most of my time working on XGA
and that is the way it is going to stay, I will however post occasional updates about that site here. There is a new poll up and I would like to know what your favorite video card is, what one you have used or are currently using. And, I started a thread about the PSP in the forums, relating to the dead pixel syndrome or the dust under screen problem.
Well, just a little over two days until the PSP launches here in the US. So I set up a little timer off to the side, it will update everytime the page is refreshed. For that last little but of information about the PSP before it launches see my article all about it over at XGA Tech
. Countdown timer courtesy of Ricocheting.com
Black Box Predicts Future
Well, it's been a while since I posted any updates here, or checked it for that matter. But most of (read 99.9% of) my time is going into working on and posting a lot of stuff at XGATech
. I know some of you are regular visitors and thank you for your participation in our (I say our because there are 3 people responsible for it), but I am the one who does most of the posting in the main section. Anyway, I just thought you'd like to know what's going on.
And now for todays very short post. I don't pretend to understand anything behind this little box but this box is a random number generator connected to other random number generators accross the globe. All it does is generates 1's and 0's, which should be produced in an even ratio, they aren't. The 1's and 0's are graphed and when large events occurred such as 9/11 and recently the Asian Tsunami disaster, hours before they happened there were spikes on the graphs and when the events actually happened the spikes tipped over even higher. If you want to try to understand why this thing works and why then please go to RedNova
and read more about this strange device. Though you may not get much, not even the scientist who invented the thing is sure how it works.
There is a new poll up at XGATech, we would like you to vote for your favorite console. You don't have to be a registered user, though, if you want to sign up, that's good too. If not, well, your still welcome to come back. But mainly I am looking for at least more than 4 votes in the poll. So head on over to XGATech
, vote for your favorite console and feel free to browse the news, at least 4 or 5 news articles get posted daily, that is, if I have the time. The poll is located directly off to the left side, you can't miss it.
Fellow citizens, I bring you dire news on this day, Star Trek Enterprise has been cancelled. I am too distrought to re-post my other article but you can read all about the details in this post
) and while you're there feel free to browse other items and post comments if you so desire. I have included links in the 'Enterprise' Officially Cancelled article with all the details and ways (although very slim) on how you might be able to save the show.
Apparently the tech industry takes a break on the weekends, so not much new has happened but there are 3 new posts that weren't in my last update, so I'm going to put them here.
Another Flaw in Service Pack 2
Mirror Universe in Star Trek Enterprise
Samsung Camcorder Runs Linux