I Just Watched 154 Episodes of “The West Wing” in 2 Weeks Which Was Made Possible By Today’s On-Demand Society.
I’m a TV junkie. I like TV way more than movies because there’s almost always an ongoing story and I feel like I really get to know the characters. Every once in awhile I’ll find a show I haven’t watched that I really should have, and I’ll go on a marathon of TV watching for […]
Clickable URLs in PuTTY
PuTTY is a SSH/Telnet client for windows. I’ve been using it on a daily basis for many years now as it’s stable, simple, and does everything I need. A few months ago I decided to hop into a few IRC channels I used to frequent many years back to catch up with old friends. Instead […]
Virtual Machine Showdown – VMWare vs VirtualBox
Let’s face it, not everyone wants to install a second operating system on their hard disk. Dual booting between Linux and Windows is a tremendous pain in the butt. This is why the great computing diety invented Virtual Machines.Virtual Machines are programs that emulate a computer, It allows you to run an operating system inside […]
Why I Use Windows 7 over Linux on my main PC
I’m going to start off my new series of articles about Linux with a post about Windows. Yes, that’s right, Windows. And it’s not going to be an article talking about how terrible Microsoft is, or how Bill Gates is the anti-Christ. It’s an article on why I use Windows as my main operating system. […]
SageTV Acquired by Google.
I’m freakin’ The HTPC software I’ve poured thousands of dollars into and built my entire household’s media viewing experience around — SageTV — has just been bought out by Google. The software and hardware media extenders are no longer available for purchase on the SageTV website, and to top it off, you can’t get to […]