And these astronomical themed pieces are pretty cool. I can’t imagine ever actually buying and wearing one of these but they are fun to look at.
Like this guy — Sony Reader: Part 4 (of 4) ? Mike Cane’s Blog — you really have to use one for a couple of days to get it. It blows away all the other devices in the space.
* 20Q.net Inc. — exceeded expectations. cheap and fun. * Wii — exceeded expectations. The controller makes even simple games way fun. We just need more good games now — a good flying game would be fun. * Sony reader. […]
* eHomeUpgrade | Keyspan Ships TuneView Remote for Apple iPod * A bunch of audio gear * Mouse with builtin card reader * Cintiq Tablet
* With Skype’s recent announce of free outbound calling, I should try one of the cordless handsets available * A Washington-based PC Mfr focused on silent PCs — endpcnoise * Rich is getting me excited about getting a higher end […]
Phil makes the switch to a mac. I like my mac mini. don’t love it, but like it. wish it networked better with all my pcs — the fact that it doesn’t automount remote shares on reboot is sucky. Rich […]
I’m not a huge user of USB keys tho a lot of people are — lots of excitement about these keys evolving to contain your entire personalized computing environment. I’d be more compelled to try using a key this way […]
Save this link from Rich re how to get bluetooth audio to work with XP, i am going to run into this
Nice to see ATI’s alternative to SLI out. Looks reasonably performant tho I think I will stick with SLI for my next machine, there are just so many SLI choices out there.
* Would love to deploy digital door locks but they just don’t match any of our hardware. My car has keyless entry now, so I am frustrated that the house does not. * This hard-fi thing seems like vaporware but […]
J pointed me towards Cyberpower, gets a great review in one of the gaming mags this month. So I’ll add them to the list of gaming pc assemblers i’m considering.
So rich looked at some gaming pcs recently — the big brands of alien, voodoo, and falcon nw. I’m in the market soon for a new pc and looked at their sites. On the way, A9 and Google pointed me […]
As usual Rich has been a posting machine during the last month. Some of the highlights I’ve noted: * Iceland travel. I hear they have some fantastic river rafting there. I’m ready to go. Just added to my 43places goals. […]
Two recos on podcast recording setups: * Rich’s recos — low end podcasting * Dan Bricklin’s setup — higher end. I haven’t done a podcast yet, and well, it just needs to get way easier and simpler than this if […]
Steve found this vga extender idea on make. A lot cheaper than the optical-based solution I blogged earler.
* Geez I am now like two generations behind on cooling technology — liquid metal coolers for pcs, liquid metal cooling for video cards. My cooling problem though is a little different — with 6 computers in 2 small rooms, […]
* Stompbox in-car evdo router. Hey kevin at benchmark motoring, this is what I want to do in my car. mobycar is another interesting in-car solution. (An interesting aspect is the crushing effect this is going to have on all […]
I got one of these power/fm transmitter thingies for christmas, and plugged a thumbdrive into it with a bunch of directories of mp3s. It is a very nice little solution, the sound quality actually seems better than my ipod/itrip combo. […]
* Olivier notes the problems you face when building a new SATA-based PC. Over the next 6 months this stupid problem is going to cause more floppy drives to sell out of Fry’s than any other reason. And many of […]
Some great posts I’ve found on the disaggregation of the PC in the home — we aren’t moving to bigger and bigger PCs in the home, but to elements of the computing environment spread all around: * Furrygoat summary and […]