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What was that on the radio?

11. October 2011

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For those of you that struggle from time to time like I do, trying to figure out the band or singer on the radio, you need to have SoundHound installed on your Android Phone (I believe there are iPhone versions as well). I used to use Shazam to identify bands (I was in the beta […]

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Buying concert tickets (or any tickets) the lazy way.

14. February 2011

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So I don’t know about you, but I have been to a lot of concerts over the years. A lot. That being said, I don’t necessarily need to see certain artists anymore. If I already have seen them, it was probably when they were in their prime. Nevertheless, if I can find good seats of […]

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New controller to hit the market.

1. July 2010

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New video game controller hits market. Where do I place an order?

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Creating the Ultimate Arcade Experience

8. March 2009

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Many of you read my article on MAME-based home arcades. In my quest to re-create the ultimate gaming experience, I came across a website by Andy Hofle called the Arcade Ambiance Project. Andy has put this package together to simulate the audio ambiance of a crowded arcade room. The four different iterations are 1981, 1983, […]

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What do you mean, I can have my own arcade game?

10. February 2009

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That’s right, you read it right. There is no reason why you can’t have your own arcade game in your house. Pac Man, Dig Dug, Punch Out!, and Joust to name a few. What is an emulator? MAME stands for Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator. Its purpose is to recreate the inner workings of the old […]

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Why you should be streaming media to your PS3

6. February 2009

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If you have a PS3 and a Windows PC with XP or Vista and you are not streaming video to it you don’t know what you are missing. It takes very little effort to set this up and you will be glad you did. In order to complete this project you will need to enable […]

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How to host a Texas Holdem Match LazyAutomation Style…

3. February 2009

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Here is something great to do when once you have your plasma hooked up to your TV: Host a Texas Holdem game. You may ask, “What does Texas Holdem Have to do with having your plasma hooked up to your TV?” Because you can install and run The Tournament Director on your PC. What is […]

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