The live jambands in Holland podcast Episodes 83a, 83a and 83c features the show Gov’t Mule did in Amsterdam on July 12th. I am definately a Warren Haynes fan, so I am sure this show will be on my mp3 player for a while ;).
The new civilization IV: Beyond the sword expansion is coming soon. In preparation I played a few games of Civ IV warlords again and I must say, it’s still very good. Beyond the swords will add a lot of nice new features. Especially the corporations and improved new AI sounds good. I preordered my copy from gameplay.co.uk, and it’s usually delivered around the official release date.
Cast members of SCI FI Channel’s original series Battlestar Galactica
told reporters that they weren’t happy at first to discover that their
characters were Cylons, but they have come to terms with the
revelation in their own ways-and hinted the Cylons may not be what
Nice post on putting together a PC on codinghorror.
I have always put together PCs from parts, since you can at least pick what parts go into it. And it used to be cheaper, but that argument isnt valid anymore. Once you’ve put one together, you start the endless upgrading cycle. Bigger harddrives, new videocard, and eventually a new motherboard + CPU and maybe a new powersupply that can power all your devices.
Downside of this is, while upgrading you end up with all these spare parts, enough to put together a new PC. So you use that as a home server. Ok fine, oh more parts: you end up with a Multimedia PC hooked up to the TV. So far that’s all functional, but you also get these pcs that are ‘meant for testing OS [insert an OS here]’ and get booted maybe once a month ;).
Why not sell those spare parts on Ebay then ? I have done that in the past, but these days, they are hardly worth anything anymore. You cant sell a 40/80Gb drive or an Nvidia FX5700 (for which you paid E150) for a reasonable amount, that makes it worth the packaging and all the hassle that goes along with it.
Did I mention I also got a stack of leftover old scsi server stuff ? 😉