Tech News

  • The next cool Motherboard - MSI 6321

    Published: Tuesday, September 05, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Being a dual processor kind of guy I try to keep up on the new motherboards out there that support SMP.

    MSI has released a new board and from what I've read it might be the perfect board for my next computer upgrade. It comes in 3 versions, all with onboard audio and two with ATA100 support with the topend version having onboard ATA100 +Raid.

    For the overclockers out there this board supports FSB's from 66 to 200mhz with offical support for 66,100,133. Its been rumored that dual 700's will easily go to 1gig on this board.

  • URLs are not owned

    Published: Monday, August 28, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Saw this over at Ars today. Pretty interesting to say the least.

    I always thought the security measures that network solutions had on URL's and their ownership was really that tough, though considering that for some its their bread and butter this issue should be taken quite seriously.

  • Quake Server Stats

    Published: Monday, August 28, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Had some great games this weekend and figured I could finally share. follow the link below to see the current standings.

    This is the first installment of server stats and spans well beyond the last weekend. Believe it or not even with my many wins and high frag count I am still only ranked 8.

  • Illegal Tee-Shirt

    Published: Tuesday, August 15, 2000 | By: Dennis

    This is bad ass. The geniuses who figured out how to crack encryption on DVD's (A little Program called DeCSS) are in legal battle with the MPAA. Anyhoo, these guys at www.copyleft.com made a T-Shirt that has a little anti-DVD CCA symbol on the front and the Open Source for DeCSS on the back. The MPAA is now suing them for distributing the information...
    Needless to say I am placing an order for one right now.

  • Computer Camps

    Published: Friday, August 11, 2000 | By: Dennis

    I saw this post while checking up on my stock. (online stock quotes are cool) Anyhow it talks about summer camps where the kids sit at computers all day and learn how to build webpages and even build robots.

    I got a kick out of the outside opinion section here is a quote (out of context) "How important is learning computer programming for a 7-year-old?". Now ask yourself, How important was learning to play the piano?, and of those people that actually enjoyed playing are making money doing it??

    Check out the post its pretty cool, wish I had a camp like that when I was a kid.

  • Multi Monitor Gaming

    Published: Sunday, August 06, 2000 | By: Dennis

    I've been thinking about my next project and if I can pull it off it will be cool. In doing some research for it I came across this link. Take a look and maybe you can figure out what what the project will be.

  • Info on Id's next game

    Published: Sunday, August 06, 2000 | By: Dennis

    John Carmack spoke at the recent QuakeCon2000 and mentioned some things about the Next Doom game. Though the game has been yet unnamed it has been made clear by Carmack that it will be a single player game with the multi player features taking a back seat. Check out the link.

  • Star Wars Baby!

    Published: Wednesday, July 26, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Bioware and those hosers at LucasArts are building a single player CRPG based on the Star Wars universe a few Millenia before Luke and the gang.

    With this and their partnership with Verant to build a MMORPG (Set in the time when the Jedi's were wiped out) looks like a year from now I will have to be pryed away from my computer with something akin to a crowbar or C4.

  • Quake3: Arena Tweak Guide

    Published: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Looking for framerate in Quake 3?? Check out this guide from Gamespy.

  • FLASH 5 Announced

    Published: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Not really any new mind blowing features but a standard set of tool bars that will be common throughout all Macromedia's software.
    Now we just need Dreamweaver 4 without those damned 'Mac-ish' controls.