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Xbox 360 vs. Playstaion 3: Which Box Is The Better Media Center? Part 1 - Video

By now, anyone interested in hardcore gaming already knows the ins and outs of the Xbox360 vs Playstation debate when it comes to specs, graphics, games etc. I have both machines and I like them both. I am not a fanboy of either. At this point, most people agree that the Xbox has better games […]

Signs That You’re Getting Old

You know you’re getting old when something so common when “yesterday” is hard to find today. Case in point - this weekend we had to go school supply shopping. On the list was (1) 60 minute audio cassette. No big deal right?
Wrong.
Tags: BIO, Gadgets, aging, audio-cassette, CD, mp3, progress, Sirius, technology

Global Warming Deniers Are At It Again

This is almost as disgusting as Barry Bonds stealing the record yesterday. It seems the usual suspects in the anti-Global Warming camp are at it again, this time creating a war chest of nearly to spread fear, uncertanty and doubt. According to Short-News.com:
Al Gore, speaking at a forum in Singapore, has said major carbon polluters […]

Lenovo To Offer Linux on Notebook

The Linux wave keeps getting bigger. A few weeks ago it was Dell anouncing they were going to offer Ubuntu on select Dell computers, now Lenovo, the worlds 3rd largest PC maker is set to offer Novell’s Suse OS on some of it’s models. Talk about a big change in the playing field. Just a […]

Off Topic - Great New Band

Yeah OK this is the Science and Technology section of BIO, not the entertainment section (we don’t have one of those, go figure) but it ties into technology kind of. See, I was listening to Bubba the Love Sponge a few weeks ago on Sirius Satellite radio when he started playing a band called Ape […]

Windows Guy Tries Ubuntu 7:04: Part 2 - Two Weeks Later

So it’s been two weeks since I started using Ubuntu 7.04. I have to say that it has been a very interesting experience so far. To say that it has been easy and seamless would be a lie. However, I have to say that I’ve been able to do 99% of the things that I […]

Gadget Review: Logitech Freepulse Bluetooth Headphones

I seem to collect headphones. Every time I go on another long trip, I end up buying a new pair. I don’t do it on purpose really, it just seems to happen. I’ve had cheap pairs, expensive pairs and some in between. I’ve used ear-buds, over the ear models and sometimes even those big clunky […]

Windows Guy Tries Ubuntu 7.04

I’m Live Blogging my first attempt at the newest version of Ubuntu , version 7.04. Let me get this out of the way first - I am a hard-core Windows fan. Say what you want about Microsoft, it powers the world. I can use any hardware, play any game and use nearly any software ever […]

Book Recomendation: Storm World

Just a quick note to recommend a book to you while your running around this weekend. No, not Harry Potter - he’s still 9 days away. The book you should pick up is Storm World, by Chris Mooney. I picked it up last night and so far it is a fascinating read on whether or […]

Plastic Bags Help Terrorists Kill Americans.

OK, the terrorists aren’t really using plastic bags to kill Americans (that I know of). However, if we all accept the fact that importing Mid-East oil does help provide funding for crazy extremists, then here’s a little something that should get you thinking. America uses 60,000 plastic bags every five seconds (from Good Magazine).  It […]

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