Monthly Archives: April 2004

Voice Messaging on Xbox Live

From Major Nelson on the forums: As you all know from the previous announcement (view post 7032451) Today (4/21) we are upgrading Xbox Live to lay the foundation for new features. While you won’t see many of these new features … Continue reading

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XPlay 2

Ok I have to admit that I felt a little burned when we got our iPod which was described on the Apple site as compatible for Windows and Mac – only to discover that it meant you could use either … Continue reading

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If you are like me then you probably spend a lot of time researching and reading about topics on the Internet. As a result, you often find yourself stumbling across great sites that represent your topic well and therefore you … Continue reading

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What?s New RSS Feed

Jan continues to show just how amazing he is. Today I read on his site that he has created a new way to generate an RSS feed that polls your SharePoint lists to display newly added information. Very cool and … Continue reading

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MAX Drive for Xbox

Hey now this is pretty cool! “Datel’s MAX Drive, a PC-compatible USB flash drive for the Xbox, is set to revolutionise the way we manage our game saves. MAX Drive is a USB device that fits into your Xbox memory … Continue reading

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InfoPath Basics for the Information Worker

So you have had Office 2003 installed for a while now but haven’t really gotten around to figuring out what this new application called “InfoPath” is all about. You have probably even heard it mentioned a few times but maybe … Continue reading

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Family Gaming

I just finished playing my niece, Samantha in Links 2004 on the Xbox. We had a couple of games and I have to say that if there is anything that makes my Xbox Live subscription valuable to me – it’s … Continue reading

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NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Models

Nvidia announced that their 6800 models of video cards have been widely accepted today. I really can’t say I’m surprised. Pretty impressive reviews. I haven’t been much of a Nvidia fan as of late. Mainly because I experienced a lot … Continue reading

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I have finally got around to installing Lookout tonight. I know Steve – it took long enough!!! Anyways it’s quite worthy of an install. I could go into details about it, but Adam has done a much better job blogging … Continue reading

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The New Bungie.Net

Bungie has launched their new site. It’s very sweet looking and has a new screenshot for Halo 2 and some other kickin features/downloads. But don’t take my opinion, Check it out Yourself! They even have a new contest to celebrate … Continue reading

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