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Thoughts on Elder Scrolls Online?

For a couple weeks I've been tossing up whether or not to buy the Imperial Edition.

I played a bit of the BETA, and for a short time (slow internet that day, got kicked) and can't say I was that impressed.

But, with that said, because I ~did~ get kicked, in BETA, I didn't really get to experience much at all, and my opinion is pretty small on it. It seemed kind of average from what I played, but I didn't get far enough in to really see the full…


Added by Jacqueline Clara on April 22, 2014 at 7:23pm — No Comments

Why We're Making Changes to This Network Soon

Hey Geeks,

Chris set up this resource several years ago because Chris wanted to create an environment outside of WordPress where we might be able to connect with one another and share ideas.

Years later, Chris has discovered that countless pieces of copyrighted material had been lifted from across the Internet and planted on this site. This has created problems for our entire business model.

Plus, Ning decided to jack up the hosting rates to the point where Chris could…


Added by Kevin on April 16, 2014 at 11:47am — No Comments

cross over

hi can anybody tell mehow i install need for speed undercover 

I've been trying for months i would Like too run it in mavericks os

am i doing something Wrong? i watch millions videos on youtube

Added by colton raven on April 14, 2014 at 9:30am — 5 Comments

Free but awsome tiny image editor

Free, tiny, fast stand alone (no installer -option 2, OR you can choose option 1 that has an installer) image/picture editor I found. Has a lot of functions for it's tiny size, including scans and saving as PDF and many other types of image formats. (w00t!) Make a folder where you want it to live, copy FreeVimager.exe there and run it from there. Make a shortcut to your Desktop or Start Menu if you want. If you wish to make it your default…


Added by DTM on April 6, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Current and Future Mobile Gaming Trends To Watch Out For

Hardcore gamers will always keep on insisting that nothing will beat the experience of playing their favorite titles on a big screen (personal computer or through a TV with a console). However, with the proliferation of high-end gizmos (smartphones and tablets) along with the growing number of free-to-play Android and iOS…


Added by Kyle H. Albert on March 24, 2014 at 2:57am — No Comments

Shaving all my hair off for charity

I signed up for Worlds Greatest Shave, and decided to shave all my hair off for it.
A bald me.

I've already bought a wig to hide my baldness if I have a self-conscious day @_@

Added by Jacqueline Clara on March 6, 2014 at 9:58pm — 24 Comments

Opinion of some decently priced laptops (decent enough for Tera and Skyrim?)

I recently (about 6 months ago) got a HP Pavilion g6. 

I did not want anything super powerful at all, seeming as I mainly play Tera Rising, and Skyrim (I am fine with it being on low graphics)

However, never have I had such a terrible laptop before. It freezes constantly, overheats within 5 minutes of playing Tera. Generally just not the best, for anything really.

HP has agreed to give me a refund.

I ~was~ going to use that money to build myself a gaming PC; though I…


Added by Jacqueline Clara on February 15, 2014 at 4:49am — 29 Comments

Completely Apple free, finally

I was using Apple's white aluminum keyboard on my PC for almost 3 years now because of the short throw chiclet keys and the solid aluminum frame. While its been reliable, it required Key Remapping for the PC because of Apple's unto themselves key character set structure (like everything else). 

I ran into a better one on about a week ago, FOR the PC, all aluminum, white, chiclet keys, usb ports, etc. Right out of the box I noted the longer cord, as opposed to…


Added by DTM on February 10, 2014 at 11:30am — 6 Comments

5 Skills Every Programmer Should Master Before Applying For a Job

Programming can be a bit difficult and skills for programmers are complicated and intellectually advanced. Part of this is true to some extent and the other part is just big egos. When you

have completed your degree in programming there are some other aspects and factors you must put in your work to make you competent and a value to your employer.

These skills for programmers are basic ones…


Added by Adam Fort on January 27, 2014 at 8:00am — No Comments

Why Buying Cheap Unlocked Smartphones Makes Sense

So many people are looking to buy cheap unlocked smartphones because they prefer to choose a provider that they are comfortable with. When you are looking for an unlocked smartphones, it helps to know what it means to buy a locked phone. There are phones that will only work with a specific mobile service provider because they have been programmed to work that way.

The mobile service provider will be the one to sell…


Added by Tu Frank on January 15, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments

A Glimmer Of Hope In Trying Times

It was a cold winter morning. As I opened my eyes after a long night’s sleep, I realized that it was almost time to head towards my office. As I gazed into the bathroom mirror, I saw tiny tufts of hair peeping out from my sweatshirt’s hood. It was time to go for a haircut and a spa. But I did not have enough money to spare for a luxurious hair treatment. I decided to prepare a bowl of oats for my morning breakfast. I walked into the kitchen and opened the fridge to discover that there was no…


Added by Mark Joe on January 9, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments

Mihai Pruna's favorite freeware CAE applications

3d Modeling:

FreeCad - even though it can seem clunky at first, I prefer it to Autodesk123D.

STL generation, repair and editing:

NetFabb (free version) and MeshLab. Both have their strengths and complement each other.

Meshing (3D)

GMSH: relatively easy to generate a volumetric mesh inside a surface or around it with another surface of primitive as a domain.

Read more about how I use these tools here:…


Added by Mihai Pruna on January 7, 2014 at 9:06pm — No Comments delivery drones

Apparently keen to inject a bit of fun into its image after a damaging few weeks of press coverage, online retail giant Amazon has announced that it is experimenting with the use of …


Added by DTM on December 17, 2013 at 11:31am — No Comments

Apple's malware immunity no longer valid


A new Mac OS X Trojan is making the rounds, installing an adware plug-in that renders ads on Web pages to generate revenue for its author.

Dubbed Trojan.Yontoo.1, it is the most prominent of an increasing number of adware Trojans making the rounds, according to Russian antivirus company Dr.…


Added by DTM on December 17, 2013 at 11:24am — No Comments

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