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Win an autographed Anthony Bourdain poster! (Part II) {Gadling}

Jan 26th 2009 3:07PM My favorite is when he goes to DC. Its interesting to look at ones home city through a different lens.

Giveaway: have an iPhone on us! {Engadget}

Jun 30th 2007 1:26PM iphone please?

Patch Day Excitement {WoW}

Aug 23rd 2006 7:10AM I have a theory, I could be totaly off, but the servers that had a lot of problems this weekend all seemed to be in Battlegroup 5.

Yesterday, Anetheron(the sever with my main) was fine. A little laggy, but no major problems. Did SM Arm/Lib and got 2 WSG games, and 1 AB game in, my first ever time in Arathi Basin.

There could be a connection. Dont know.

Apple Wants to Keep Kids Away From WoW {WoW}

Aug 15th 2006 7:33AM Cheeze, Look at the recent Powermac. You can customize it any way you like. The case in imacs is fairly easy to open. Apple has screws, I beleive, that let you open the case without damaging it. That lets people to add RAM, and change the HD without any fuss.

The average consumers buys a computer that will work with little maintenace. I think thats what Apple offers. they dont want the ability to change the graphics card, they dont know what to do with 2 terabytes of HD space. So some people, who need all the above, will buy a Powermac.

I did a price comparison between two equally configured computers, a Powermac and a Dell. The Dell was more expensive by $500+.

Even my Macbook is extremely easy to get into. I could change the HD and RAM in 2 seconds.