Saturday, October 15, 2011

Pumpkin Carving

Took it a little easier this year.  Just made a cat on the pumpkin this year.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Box rides on iCloud's coattails, offers 50GB of free cloud storage to iOS users

Box rides on iCloud's coattails, offers 50GB of free cloud storage to iOS users:

No, your eyes don't deceive you -- Box is offering 50GBs of free storage inside its cloud for iOS users -- just like it did for TouchPad owners back in June. Anyone who downloads the latest version of Box's app for iPad and iPhone will receive their massive lot for data storage after registering a personal account (existing accounts can join in on the fun as well). To make better use of that extra space, Box will also be bumping upload capacity from 25MB to 100MB per file and baking in AirPlay support. Look, Box is obviously skitching on iCloud's tail, but it sure seems like a crazy good deal considering that space is yours "forever." The promotion will last for 50 days, officially starting at 12AM on October 14th -- although, we're already seeing the update on our end. Full details in the source link.
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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Viewing Blog on Cell Phone

So I setup my blog to be viewed via a cell phone and I'm just now looking at how it looks.  It's pretty slick and easy to navigate in.  Google can just be awesome sometimes.  It was a very easy option to turn on.

Also I added my shared items on the right side of the page for anything I share out from my rss feeds.  It'll show the last 5 I've shared.

Blogging From my Phone

I've been meaning to do this for awhile in hopes that I will post more on each little thing I do.  Hopefully this will help me out.

I have actually gotten hooked on a Facebook game thanks to my wife.  First one I've ever really played.  So now ill probably branch out on that some more.  Not to mention she added sims to my account for my daughter to play.  8P

I bought another iPad game so ill make a post on it soon.  I'm only about 25% of the way through it and got stuck.  So I've got to figure out how to move on since its a tower defence game.

Well first phone update.  Let's see how many more come.

Sims 3 is Slowly Coming to an End

Well I'm down to two achievements in Sims 3 thanks to a glitch in the game that lets your money keep going up by replacing your house and selling off cars. Found it over on TrueAchievements. When I got the 350,000 dollar house achievement, I also got my 150 challenges complete as well since I was only one away from completing it.

So now I'm down to "Earn a Lifetime Wish as a Young Adult" and get "1000 Wishes". I've already adopted a child, aged him once, taught him to potty, walk and speak. So now when he ages up again, then I get to pick his traits and go for the Lifetime wish with aging turned off.

The 1000 wishes however is going to be a grind. With my wife having played the game and me, I'm close to 700 wishes now. No telling how long it'll take me to get to 1000. So it'll be just playing the game until it happens and try to get as many wishes done as fast as I can.

How to Open an Xbox 360 Controller [Hardware Guide]

How to Open an Xbox 360 Controller [Hardware Guide]:

Hot off the press! Okay I don't really own a press but this guide is my latest. If you are looking to repair, mod, or use a controller for spare parts this is the place to start. The guide's sole purpose is to show you how to open and put back together an Xbox 360 Controller. Most guides show you how to take one apart but never really explain how to put one back together, which is the hardest part for some people. In this guide I have two different methods you can try to put the controller back together. Check it out and comment/share if you liked it!

This guide can be directly found here: How to Open an Xbox 360 Controller or found in the How-To Guides section.

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