Monthly Archives: January 2006
Podcasts are all the latest rage right now and I just came across this sweet webservice that will take any RSS feed and, using text-to-speech conversion technology, will convert it into a Podcast. It’s called Feed2Podcast. I couldn’t pass something so cool off and added my Tuxme.com RSS feed and this blog. Look for the […]
St. Augustine, a volcano located approximately 300 miles southwest of Anchorage has been showing signs of erupting. The Alaska Volcano Observatory has two live cams showing the volcano and a ton of seismic data available, too.
The first of at least two and hopefully many booster packs for Battlefield 2 is titled Euro Force and will be available for download on February 8th. I can’t wait. Here’s what’s new: Three New Maps “Operation Smoke Screen”, “The Great Wall of China and “Taraba Quarry”. New weaponry Each Euro soldier comes equipped with […]
Tonight (Chalk.One) me and Tibby (Chalk.Two) had a ton of fun on the Iron Gator map in Battlefield 2 and I managed to fly the Apache chopper inside the Iron Gator aircraft carrier. Cool screenshot below.
New desktop running Ubuntu 5.10. After a long time without Linux, I’m back to dual booting. Let’s hope it holds and I can restrain myself from staying in Windows after playing Battlefield 2.
This is seriously ridiculous: A German tech company has found itself on the receiving end of legal action by Apple over the word ‘spod’. The company behind iTunes has filed a preliminary action in a Hamburg court against Liquid Air Tab, the company behind Spodradio, a service which allows users to download podcasts to their […]
I just heard about this Optimus keyboard on the latest TWIT podcast. It’s basically a new keyboard design where every key is made up of OLEDs. What this means is that every key can be programmed to display its current functionality. I just got a Zboard keyboard over the holidays where you replace all the […]
I’m a little ashamed that for the past month, I’ve had no trace of Linux on my system. The reason: My addiction to Battlefield 2 which forced me to stay in Windows for most of my time and thus use Windows apps. I’m even extremely ashamed that I had to replace my linux based firewall/router […]
The Flickr Montager let’s you specify an image on Flickr and will then create a mosaic replicate of your image composed of Flickr images sharing the same tags as your original image. -> imagesphotos
I’ve experimented with many different ways to listen to music while at work: homebrew streaming mp3 server at home, live365.com, even mp3s on my cellphone. Recently I’ve discovered a cool new streaming music service (free of course). It’s called Pandora and it let’s you customize what music you want to listen to. Think of it […]