Wednesday, November 30, 2005 

"Apple Computer Inc. could introduce its first laptop computers based on Intel Corp. chips as early as January, which, together with robust sales of video iPods, should drive earnings higher, Citigroup said on Wednesday." says Reuters. Interesting. Might not have to wait for me powerbook after all. No mention on which Intel processor will be used. Although, Low End Mac believes they will ship with Intel's new dual core "Yonah" processors.
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Friday, November 25, 2005 

Why not just walk? This is so stupid. Take a look and you will see why:
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Wednesday, November 23, 2005 

I have been reading storys everywhere about the shortage of 360's at stores. Even people that pre-ordered as early as July won't get one till after christmas. I will head out to the stores myself to see how it is out there. I will update then and do the next podcast about this.
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Friday, November 18, 2005 

I was just reminded of my favorite quote: "To create a new standard takes something that's not just a little bit different. It takes something that's really new and captures people's imaginations. Macintosh meets that standard." Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft Corporation. Check out this Apple Macintosh Pamphlet put out by Apple in 1984 and you will see why.
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Thursday, November 17, 2005 

This just in: "Apple is planning to release its first entry-level iBook laptops with Intel processors next January at Macworld Expo in San Francisco, highly reliable sources have confirmed to Think Secret." Well, that sucks. I wanted an Intel Powerbook. Read the article for more info.
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Wednesday, November 16, 2005 

The link to the permalink is now the title of the post. If you would like to read the original article the click the "Read More" link.


"MarketWatch reports on a Wall Street Journal article saying that Alain Levy, CEO of EMI Music, expects Apple to end the one-price-fits-all pricing in the iTunes Music Store within a year, increasing prices for popular songs and cutting prices for music by unknown artists." Well... Apple is screwed. Here is a picture I call "iTune's Demize":
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"The MIT Media Laboratory expects to launch a prototype of its US$100 laptop in November, according to Nicholas Negroponte, the lab’s chairman and co-founder. The facility has been working with industry partners to develop a notebook computer for use by children in primary and secondary education around the world, particularly in developing countries. The laptops should start appearing in volume in late 2006."
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Finally Googe has released there new "Crags List" like service, Google Base. Here is what the Google Blog had to say: "Today we're excited to announce Google Base, an extension of our existing content collection efforts like web crawl, Google Sitemaps, Google Print and Google Video. Google Base enables content owners to easily make their information searchable online. Anyone, from large companies to website owners and individuals, can use it to submit their content in the form of data items. We'll host the items and make them searchable for free. There's more info here."
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Sunday, November 13, 2005 

Apple Computer is on track to introduce the first Macs with Intel processors as early as January, AppleInsider has learned. They also believe that the first Intel Macs will be the iMac and the Powerbook. I might not have to to wait another 6 months for my Intel Powerbook after all.
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Friday, November 11, 2005 

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Nintendo has said that there will not be HD graphics in the Revolution in order for the Revoloution to be the cheapest next-gen console.
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Widening its war on copyright pirates, the Bush administration asked Congress on Thursday to enact new laws for protecting intellectual property and make it easier for authorities to put violators behind bars. This is the first thing that I disagree with Bush about.
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This tool detects and disables the Sony DRM copy protection technology refered to as Troj/RKProc-Fam and other Trojans, including Troj/Stinx variants, which are stealthed by Troj/RKProc-Fam.
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It was recently anounced that Linux could be run on an iPod Nano. This is a very simple guide on doing this throgh Windows XP. Be sure to back up your Nano before doing this.
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Mozilla Firefox 1.5 Release Canidate 2 is now available.
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Wednesday, November 09, 2005 

Here is a list of all the CD’s with the rootkit on them. It is still not fully completed, but it is useful.
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Monday, November 07, 2005 

I will be taking a break tomorrow to catch up on my podcasts and to work on my friend Ian's laptop. See in two days.


Episode #7 of the Geekology Podcast is now available. Go HERE to get it or you can get it in one of the following:

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    Sunday, November 06, 2005 

    I was messing around with the Xbox 360 and found this parental control area:


    Here are the screenshots and pictures of the Xbox 360 at CompUSA. I f you would like to see all of them then go HERE. I might post more here later. Here are some of the good ones:
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    Saturday, November 05, 2005 

    Google now has a program for Google Adsense members for Firefox with Google Toolbar. You get a dollar per person who clicks the link and downloads Firefox (with Google Toobar) and uses it for the FIRST time. So if you don't already use the Firefox browser, I strongly advise you too. Please use the button on my site so that I will get credit if you do.


    I am running late on the next podcast. I have had a cold for the past week so I have put it off because my throat was bothering me and my voice was way to low. I will try to do it tomorrow after I go get the pictures.


    I went to CmopUSA today and they had an Xbox 360 kiosk out. I got to try out Call Of Duty 2. The graphics looked amazing. They looked better than alot of PC games I have played. The demo loaded very fast compared to a normal Xbox. I am going to go back tomorrow and get some pictures. I will post it on Digg tomorrow when I get pictures.

    Friday, November 04, 2005 

    Well... I put the ads back on the site because I need to make some more money so I can get a laptop soon. Please click on the ads and help me out. It is better then asking for donations.

    Thursday, November 03, 2005 

    The PSP Advance will be available on Nov 9th and works with all firmware versions of the PSP. The software lets you watch MPG1, MPG2, MPG4, DivX, Xvid, and MOV files on PSP. You can also transfer any file from the PC to the PSP via the 802.11b Wi-Fi.
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    Wednesday, November 02, 2005 

    This makes me wonder what Microsoft has planned next?. They just released a new site called Windows Live. Basically it is just another start page like My Yahoo or Google IG, with a few added features. They also have some more "Live Services" planned. Some of these include: Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Security Center, Windows OneCare Live, and Windows Live Messenger. These are all still in beta, but you can still use most of them if you have a Microsoft Passport Login. It doesn't look like this is anything to exciting or new, but it might become more in the future.
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    About me

    • I'm Daniel
    • From Texas, United States
    • I'm 14 and enjoy blogging, podcasting, and gaming. My favorite quote is: "To create a new standard it takes something that's not just a little bit different. It takes something that's really new and really captures people's imagination. And the Macintosh, of all the machines I've ever seen, is the only one that meets that standard." Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft Corporation.
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