Archive for July, 2007

The screenshot history of windows This is cool. It is a collection of screenshots from Windows 1.0 to Windows Vista. Windows has made it a long way. I’m looking forward to what is to come.

Recipes on your Windows Media Center

MCEDev is working on bringing a Recipes plug-in for Windows Media Center. Now I don’t much care for this because I rarely cook but this is one way to get more media centers sold. You might be asking yourself why would it sell more. Well this sort of thing would make a wife really happy. […]

Web Crash 2007

This video isn’t real but it’s funny. The web 2.0 generation is extremely dependent on our online services. I’m one of them. I host this site on blogger, I use online photo storage, I use web-based email, and I do all my reading online. I have even started using Google Docs for all my papers. […]

Elgato software with HDHomRun

Now this is a nice device to have. The HDHomeRun has two built-in tuners so you can watch a station while you record another one. It works over the network so you don’t need cable by your computer. And now the HDHomeRun works with Elgato’s EyeTV software. If your a mac user what more would […]

Windows Home Server out to OEM

Windows Home server is being shipped to OEM. Expect to see some cool new products that take advantage of this OS. I’m really excited about this product and can’t wait until it is released to the consumer. Home Server has many advantages over tradition external backups. The best part is it manages your data backup. […]

Review: Elgato Turbo.264 you have a appleTV or if you watch lots of videos on your iPod then the Elgato Turbo.264 is for you. It uses hardware encoding so you don’t use processing power for converting video. This thing is really nice and gets great reviews. Read the review above from Digital Trends. Check out the graph […]