Monthly Archives: November 2007

From The Wall Street Journal – ISP’s Slowly Raising Their Uploading Speeds!!

This is definitely one of the better bits of news I’ve heard recently. While my ISP has not joined the trend (I’m still at 6mbps Down, 0.5mbps Up), the notion that they may be compelled to do so soon (in … Continue reading

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Gaming – The Sims 2 Mania (EA Games)

Like many of you out there, I LOVE to play games.One of my favorite games is The Sims 2, offered by Electronic Arts. I have The Sims 2 installed on so many machines in my house, it’s simply frightening!And I … Continue reading

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All You Need To Know About The ALDI Medion 8825 PC

Aldi offered a $499 Medion 8825 Desktop PC a while back, which was a very competitively priced Dual-Core Processor machine.For another $450, you can easily turn this machine into a POWERHOUSE gamer and have a spare PSU and memory to … Continue reading

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Lawyers Gone Wild – Spurs Creation Of Thanksgiving Guest Liability Waiver Form!!

Pleading "Don’t Sue the Hand That Feeds You," the Center for Consumer Freedom offers our 2007 Thanksgiving Guest Liability and Indemnification Form to keep your holiday cook in the clear this holiday season. In an effort to prevent greedy trial … Continue reading

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This Year’s MUST SEE Movie: BELLA!

This year’s MUST SEE movie: Bella.  This film won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival, one of the industry’s most important honors. I’ve excerpted here for you, a review by Rebecca Hagelin on TownHall.Com: The Beauty of BellaBy … Continue reading

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Zune Updates Now Available!

The long-awaited wireless sync option is now available! From a Microsoft Zune Email announcing the immediate availability of the update: Wireless Sync Set your Zune to automatically sync with your music and video library through your home network, when docked … Continue reading

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How To Pass A Null Parameter Value To Crystal Reports 9 From a .NET program (VB or C#)

Up to this point, there has not been a solution in all my GOOGLE or MSN web searches which adequately describes a means of passing a NULL parameter to a Crystal Reports 9 report for when a program user fails … Continue reading

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