CONTEST – Call of Duty: World at War Beta Code

OK here goes, I have a Call of Duty: WaW beta code that I don’t need. I’m going to do a random draw from the first 25 responses, then give it away! So far, the beta is awesome. This isn’t CoD4, but pretty darn good just the same. Just so you guys know I’m not pulling […]

Songbird Beta Released (finally)!

We’re excited to announce that Songbird is now in public Beta! This update to Songbird includes a new default look and feel, several new features, performance gains, improvements to stability and additional playback capabilities. New Features A New Look We’ve completely redesigned Songbird to make it simpler and more intuitive. We’ve improved drag-and-drop throughout the […]

Install Mac OS X Leopard on a G4 800mhz Quicksilver

If you have an old G4 sitting around that’s at the 800mhz mark, you probably should try installing Leopard, because most people agree it actually runs FASTER than Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger. Weird, huh? I guess they’ve optimized the code pretty well. However, when you try to install the operating system, you are warned […]

How do I install .kext files?

I hear this a lot, and I myself have also gone looking for it… So without  further ado, here is the script that will install kext files for you – be warned – you’ll need to know how to get the kext file in the first place, as well as the filename. Easy right? Let’s […]

Song Summoner – A $5 Square/Enix RPG for Your iPod!

LOS ANGELES, July 7 /PRNewswire/ — Square Enix, Inc., the publisher of Square Enix(TM) interactive entertainment products in North America, announced the release of SONG SUMMONER(TM): The Unsung Heroes, on sale at the iTunes(R) Store worldwide (http://www.itunes.com) and available for play in English and Japanese on the iPod nano with video, iPod classic and fifth […]

Leopard Server on Leopard with VMware Fusion 2.0!

VMware has just announced support for their 61st OS supported by Fusion 2.0 – Mac OS X Server 10.5 (Leopard). This is great news for those looking to test things like the new Active Directory wizards, calendar server and enterprise blogging that come with the new version of the server. Not to mention that because […]

Connect To a Console RDP / Terminal Server Session

1) Regardless of connection limits or licensing issues, you will always be able to connect to a server using a console session and an administrator account 2) The console session will often allow you to see errors and popups that won’t appear in other sessions 3) As documented in this MSKB article, you will also […]

Gravatars Working Once Again

After a period of downtime due to issues with my current host, I’ve been able to start coding on the site once again. Gravatars have now been fixed, and appear whenever you comment on a post. If you don’t have a gravatar yet, feel free to signup at http://gravatar.com – many sites now use them, […]

Cisco to Implement Regular Patching

In a security notice posted on Cisco’s web site recently, the networking giant unveiled its new patch program that will see them regularly updating its IOS software for Cisco switches and routers on a timely basis, similar to Microsoft’s “patch Tuesday”. From the note: “This schedule change will not restrict us from promptly publishing an […]

Microsoft to Enter VDI Market with Kidaro Acquisition

UPDATE – it looks like the figure on this one is around 100M.  Microsoft has announced that they are planning to acquire VDI solution provider Kidaro today, according to Reuters. From the Reuters article: “Microsoft said Kidaro’s technology will be incorporated into its desktop virtualization product, which allows companies to deliver over an Internet network […]