Archive for November, 2004

Another mIRC System Info Script DE2

Monday, November 29th, 2004

DE2 mIRC Script (right click Save As) darkenginex.dll file also needed After loading the script into mIRC, type /sys to get your system info. More fancy than moo.dll… It’ll show this: OS: WinXP Professional 5.1 Service Pack 2 (Build #2600) CPU: Intel Pentium M , 2.00 GHz Video: Default Monitor on ATi ATI MOBILITY Radeon […]

Guide to Hacking Motorola Vxxx Phones

Sunday, November 28th, 2004

Pretty decent guide for people with a V-series Motorola phone. Definitely useful if you want to get rid of your cell phone carrier’s logos plastered all over a phone.

Why Microsoft is No Apple

Monday, November 22nd, 2004

So you buy a $500 Personal Video Player, and you get home all excited to play with it and watch stuff, right? BZZT. Not exactly. Besides having to install apps from the included CD, you have to go online and download MORE Windows Media components, which according to Wired, can take 30 minutes, even on […]

Pacers Pistons Brawl

Saturday, November 20th, 2004

I just can’t get enough of it, and hey, ESPN is milking it for all it’s worth. Thanks for the entertainment, Indiana and Detroit! Pictures and link to video

Keyhole by Google

Friday, November 19th, 2004

Just saw the link from Google tonight. Keyhole (recently acquired by Google) allows you to zoom in on metropolitan areas around the world and see a bird’s eye perspective arial shot. Free 7-day trial, I’ll be trying to the software soon. UPDATE: Pretty good software, not that I have much use for it myself, but […]

Kodak Nears Sony in Digicam Market Share

Friday, November 19th, 2004

I’d never thought Kodak would come back, as there was quite a lull in their digital camera offerings a few years ago and I didn’t know anyone that purchased a newer Kodak cam for some time. I also would have never guessed that Sony is on top of the digicam world right now, with a […]

And You Thought Your Spam Was Bad…

Thursday, November 18th, 2004

Hahah, 4 million and only ‘most’ are spam? For the record, it’s if you wanna spam Bill Gates there. — SINGAPORE (AFP) – Internet junkies, take heart: Microsoft chairman Bill Gates (news – web sites) receives four million e-mails daily, most of them spam, and is probably the most “spammed” person in the world. […]

Netflix Site Redesign

Thursday, November 18th, 2004

They’ve added a weird looking blue to the My Queue page at Netflix, and they’ve FINALLY added a Search box on the My Queue page (which was there a few years ago, but they took it away in the last redesign). I’m not really digging the blue, and there’s definitely some space issues (see area […]

Mark Cuban Wants Simultaneous Format Movie Releases

Wednesday, November 17th, 2004

I really don’t remember the last time I stepped foot in a theater, perhaps it was The Matrix Reloaded at the Cinerama in downtown Seattle. I’d like to see a lot more new releases, but just haven’t felt the rush to, knowing that DVD releases are only a few short months away and that I […]

Hidden Symbols in Logos

Tuesday, November 16th, 2004

Yes, I’m so easily amused. I see the FedEx logo probably everyday, but I’ve never seen the subliminal arrow until today, and of course a website pointed it out for me. Also above is the Big Ten logo, which added an 11th team a few years back, thus you can see a subliminal 11 in […]