I can vouch for the G400/G500, they're excellent mice. I have a G500 myself and the build quality is nice, and the mouse even stores settings on itself, so I don't have to rebind shit across different systems. (I use the side buttons as media buttons )
+1 for the G500, I absolutely love mine.
Is the G700 any good?
RIP gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R
POSTS but as soon as it beeps it restarts, tried everything.
now i have no gaming PC
I'll see if i can get hold of either my GA-G31M ES2 or my GA-G31M ES3L.
Bloody loved that board though, thanks makol.
Anyone reckon they can take on BF3 with a 3GHZ core 2 quad and my GTS250?
Not worth spending $60 for that old crap, imo.
No clue what socket it is. I basically had the CPU thrown at me and I put it in my pocket.
Just finished reading The Art of Intrusion.
Went to Google + Barracuda Networks
got free lunch
I found a neat program.
It can scan your HDD for game save locations and then back them all up, and even automatically create and manage SymLinks so you can have all of your saves on Dropbox, for example. So now all of my save games are automatically on the cloud.
I was already doing this manually but this program makes it a ton easier.
MC3crazy and SGTNAPALM seem to have a "dumb" war.
Meanwhile on the Microsoft side of things, Windows Phone 8 might possibly maybe have Bluetooth API.
The whole Windows Phone situation just makes me feel bad for Microsoft, someone should just tap them on the shoulder and tell them to let go.
Speaking of which, urbanspoon stole my idea. I had a working prototype and everything, just never fancied up the interface, and then a month later BOOM urbanspoon app came out
Of course the server I was hosting it on crashed shortly after and now I have no backups and zero proof.
Mine was functionally better too, had all the same features but also used google maps and GPS to show the nearest location and prevent it from showing a restaurant further away than a user inputted value (default 10 miles) and it let you choose between breakfast lunch, dinner, and desert and I could add weight to choices if some company wanted to pay for that
So I want to build a giant ripping machine. My mom has like trillions of CD's and I want them all in FLAC or ALAC on the server I'm building. So at work a friend and me worked on a way to take all these old drives and build some sort of giant ripping machine.
Basically we think we're going to make 10 drive towers and hook three together. Then run them all to an average computer. I might build a really average quad core computer like an i3, then get like 5-6 sata controllers. And get some IDE to Sata converters on ebay, plug each drive in, run it to the controller card and viola, we have thirty CD/DVD drives to rip media to the server.
Anyone see any glaring issues?
I just got an HTC Inspire 4G from my neighbour
(almost) brand new.
what do? I don't have a cellular plan anymore but I guess I can make this thing useful..
What will you do later with all the stuff you will get?
How will you rip automatically?
and yeah, I guess that's what I'll end up using it as..a web browser and glorified mp3 player. And a device to fuck around with. This is the first Android device I've ever had for myself.
So guess who spent like four hours in a meeting figuring out PART of a database schema?
Here's a hint: it was me. I did.