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Entries from January 26th, 2007

Musical False Memories

January 26th, 2007 · Comments Off on Musical False Memories · Gaming, Music

The original Tomb Raider for the Playstation (that’s PS1 for the kids) was one of the few adventure type games I ever slogged all the way through to the end. In those days, Lara was a little light on the polygon count, but back then, I didn’t mind. I listened to a lot of the […]

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Praise be to God!

January 25th, 2007 · Comments Off on Praise be to God! · Funny, Videos

Since I am too bloated with “chocolate, chocolate, chocolate” and a chocolate covered strawberry martini from Jane, let us turn to the Old Testament, and the Book of Job to see how God tests us. A wonderful link pinched from Chapel Perlious.

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On the small screen, the very small screen

January 24th, 2007 · Comments Off on On the small screen, the very small screen · Culture, Gadgets, TV

After poo-pooing the idea of watching video on an iPod, I finally changed my mind and was the lucky recipient of an 80GB iPod for my past birthday. With the help of Handbrake and iSquint, I can rip DVDs and torrented movie files of things that Conny View definition in a new window doesn’t want to watch and consume them in […]

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Free inside

January 23rd, 2007 · Comments Off on Free inside · Gaming, Stupidity, Xbox

The genius marketing people at Microsoft have decided to try to promote the Xbox with some savvy cross-promotional campaigns. What better brand to work with than Kelloggs! If you are lucky, you might just open your box of cereal and get a toy to introduce you the excitement and quality of Xbox gaming! Like one […]

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Interesting

January 22nd, 2007 · Comments Off on Interesting · Money, Reviews

These days, if you are not getting at least 5% on your savings, you’re a sucker. For some time now we’ve split our savings among two of the big Internet savings banks: Emigrant Direct and HSBC. Our first was Emigrant Direct. When we opened our account, their web site was pretty spartan, but really, what […]

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