Core i7 920 - $440
Motherboard for Intel Cpu
Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 - $475
Corsair Twin 3x6gb133c96gb 1333mhz - $205
Sata Hard Disk Drive
Seagate 1tb - $115
Samsung /LG DVD+/-RW Dual Layer SATA - $50
Gigabyte GTX285 2Gb - $560
24” BenQ G2420HD LCD DVI 2ms - $280
24” BenQ G2420HD LCD DVI 2ms - $280
Logitech USB… Continue
Added by Alen Pascual on December 31, 2009 at 7:46pm —
I usually don't make new years resolutions, but this year I decided to. I decided that I would make a list of books that I've been wanting to read for a long time, and actually sit down and read them.
Thanks to my mom I got a nice gift card to Barnes And Nobles. I was able to get six books to get me started. I grabbed The Prince And The Pauper by Mark Twain and Crime And Punishment by Dostoevsky.
I was satisfied for the moment, but I saw that B&N was having a sale on… Continue
Added by Shannon on December 31, 2009 at 7:20pm —
The cost of health care in our nation has gotten outrageous. Rather it is the cost of the insurance or the charges from the medical world. It has been hitting us all hard. There are a lot of people having to do without the medicine or the health care they need due to cost. Preventive care is very important in stopping the runaway train that we call healthcare.
I think we need to take more aggressive steps for good health. We have already implemented several vaccines for the major… Continue
Added by NeferSif on December 31, 2009 at 6:30pm —
For me, 2009 was a Smiths song. Long, depressing and it seemed that everything I did fell apart. My relationship, my job, my education, my apartment...even friendships that I thought would last forever proved to be just detours in my life. In December I was left feeling alone and hopeless, so I packed up my bags and came back home. As an adult, moving back in with your parents is a hard decision. You don't want to admit you made mistakes, or that things happened you couldn't handle. That's the… Continue
Added by Juxta on December 31, 2009 at 5:05pm —
This is unofficially my first real blog, so i see it fitting that it is something i feel strongly about. I feel that anybody that has posted or even watches videos on YT that has anything to do with free speech or could be considered by some people to be offensive. Than we have the responsibility to go and sign that petition, it is anonymous, so nobody will see you full name or info. Yes you do have to give your name but it is safe! I did it and for the most part I try to keep my docs private!… Continue
Added by big joey on December 31, 2009 at 2:53pm —
Platform: Windows - New Apps
Would you like to know how much data you downloaded/upload today, or in the past week, month, year, or in any other interval? With NetDataShow you can do this easily. It also allows monitoring each connected network separately. You can also use it as an indicator of the current speed of your transfers.… Continue
Added by Chris Pirillo on December 31, 2009 at 2:26pm —
. . . . Do you know what it is?
This Old Tool has been reintroduced in the United States by Congress and the new Administration.
It's an integral part of pending health reform legislation.
Are you starting to feel it yet?
Added by bob3160 on December 31, 2009 at 2:07pm —
Computer security people
advocate layers of protection. There is no single software program that gives absolute protection. The Internet criminals and hackers simply respond too quickly, and are too sophisticated to be stopped by any one method.
One of the layers of protection that people seem to neglect is encryption. There seems to be a common misconception that encryption is… Continue
Added by Chris Pirillo on December 31, 2009 at 1:45pm —
Mac OS X Snow Leopard is full of built in features and utilities/programs that I use every day.These feature help increase my productivity. Here are some built in features in Mac OS X that make me choose Mac.
1.) Expose: With Expose you can see all your windows in a smaller size and click the window of your choice to bring to the front.
This increases productivity by making easier to switch between applications. Especially with the multi-touch trackpads on MacBook, MacBook… Continue
Added by Alexander Melton on December 31, 2009 at 12:06pm —
There has been much speculation over the rumored Apple Tablet for quite some time now. More and more reports keep coming in describing what this device might be and look like. Now, an ex-Google executive has blogged on this topic as well with some more insight on what this might be.
To read the rest of this post, please visit:… Continue
Added by Alex Leiphart on December 31, 2009 at 11:35am —
I'm sorry I know not everyone here is, but I've ran into way to many here on this site.
What is the deal with this I'm better than you complex all you nerds have? You think because you went to school and had a hard on for it, it makes you better than me? That's hilarious, all you fuckers like to say you're better than me just because I have a urge to learn but my school district has made it impossible for me too.
Fuck all you ignorant asses. Stop trying to insult people… Continue
Added by TheHandofOdd on December 31, 2009 at 10:58am —
This has been a great year for tech, there has been a new iPhone, New iMac's, New Kindle, Start of 3D TV, and of corse the amazing rise of Twitter. Tech is a part of our daily lives, its not just hardware, but its software that has really captured our lives this year. The amazing thing is that a lot of companies like Twitter have been a amazing success, But I'd like to talk a bit about Twitter.
Twitter has been a revolution, its changed the way that we all interact with each other,… Continue
Added by Rory Mitchell on December 31, 2009 at 9:30am —
On Sunday Leo Laporte asked people what they thought was the most important story of the decade. This got me thinking what it would be, there people on the show that said the iPhone, youtube, and some that said withering of Microsoft. I thought that the most important story of the decade was Google’s suite of cloud applications like Gmail, Google Docs, Google Reader, and Google Calendar.
See the rest at… Continue
Added by Michael on December 31, 2009 at 8:42am —
one of the best fps ever, is now out for mac osx, and diablo3 is coming…
Added by Dust on December 31, 2009 at 1:54am —
what the best Linux for beginner to start with and easy to install software and drivers like in windows
Added by Morgan Hodgkinson on December 30, 2009 at 10:51pm —
The Apple Ipod
There were MP3 players before the Ipod, but none as big a success as the Ipod, as it has evolved from a 5 gb player with a monochrome screen and mechanical wheel to a touch screen portable gaming and audio device, so popular that alot of non tech followers refer to any mp3 player as an ipod.
DVR / PVR
Tivo may have been the big dog in all of this, but no matter what recorder you use, you cannot argue that it changed the way you view television. no longer… Continue
Added by ck13 on December 30, 2009 at 2:56pm —
I was lucky enough to get The Saboteur for the Xbox 360 for Christmas. This final game for Pandemic Studios has only just come out and is in a sense underrated. A mix of GTA and Assassins Creed in 1940s Nazi occupied Paris sums up this game in a nutshell. With a good storyline and loads of Nazi buildings to… Continue
Added by Daz on December 30, 2009 at 2:45pm —
Here’s a quick unboxing of a few things I got this christmas. The Saboteur for the 360 as well as Halo 3 ODST. Also one of the best films this year -- Star Trek. Nice and quick because it’s only a case with a disc in..right?
Added by Daz on December 30, 2009 at 2:44pm —
Hello Everyone , I know its been a very long time I've put a blog post up however I haven't been on this site recently , a few months infact , so i had not seen the comments you posted. I myself had never done anything involving the wider online community except posting a few youtube comments of course... so when i saw the comments a few of my readers had posted i was ovejoyed! Someone had actually took the time to read something I had written! Thank you to everyone who commented on the last… Continue
Added by Joolsy on December 30, 2009 at 1:52pm —
These computer speakers, undoubtedly, are the best one’s out there today. Yes, I am writing a review on these, even though they have been out for a long while. The reason for this is because usually speakers like these are on the market for a year, then replaced. These speakers, however, have stayed in the market.
To read the rest of this review and post, please visit:… Continue
Added by Alex Leiphart on December 30, 2009 at 11:29am —