Some great “must have” programs to install on your computer in 2008.
Vista + World Of Warcraft + high latency can often be reduced by installing a patch and then setting the TCPAckFrequency properly as shown.
A detailed look for 2007 at Windows Media Center.
A detailed pinout and instructions for using SPDIF via the Audigy 2.
Vista drivers and installation process for audio on the ASUS P5PE-VM.
I took a look at implementing pop-under ads (ugh, I know…) via Burst Media.
The power savings by using LED bulbs in a vehicle can be substantial. But how about replacing the small bulbs in an instrument cluster?
Turns out that in a running engine, if an exhaust valve doesn’t close all the way, it burns up.
.DS_Store files generally don’t cause problems (aside from bothering me). They bothered me enough to remove them, via this process.
A look at pay-as-you-go plans vs the contract stuff. Depending on your usage, one might be a great deal and the other might be a horrible deal.
Trying to run Warcraft III in a limited user environment was problematic. Turns out a couple fancy commands can make it less problematic.
A peek at a couple different mice.
Few things drive me insane, but one of the common forum responses I frequently come across during searches is easily near the top of the list.
A quick way to update the semthex kernel with a few commands (use at your own risk).
If nothing else, you have to admit that OSx86 is interesting. Here are a few developments going on.
Options for getting around Manitoba’s favorite telecom service’s block on port 25.
I measure the current pulled by regular automotive bulbs, and then by their LED replacements. The difference in power draw is substantial.
A brief, but fun riddle that involves transporting 3 people in the shortest number of trips possible.
Part 3 (the final results) of my look at Burst as a possible alternative to low-paying Adsense Ads.
Part 2 of my look at Burst as a possible alternative to low-paying Adsense Ads – set-up, the first day, and ad-chaining.