Well, I dunno that I can say I had a good weekend. I did manage to hurt the hell outta my ankle, my knee, and various lifting muscles that I donít normally believe in using. Yeah, helped my brother move to his first house. And a nice house it is, very nice indeed.
Of course, itís no 50 year old mouse infested house with a leaky roof and peeling paint outside, but itíll do.
But I wrenched the heck out of my ankle. Dunno what I did to the knee. So Iím kinda slow and hoppy today. I should have blown the leaves around my yard a bit, but just wasnít up to it.
Anyway, Halloween this week, so here is one of the single most annoying songs ever made.
I hate the monster mash.
TechZone starts us off with an exciting, Full List of Online Web Video Hosting Sites
Laptop Lifestyles tells you about Replacing A Laptop Keyboard - ASUS A8J Series. You know, replacing a laptop keyboard is about the single easiest thing you can do. Just be gentle on the ribbon cable retaining clip, and you're gold.
Pro Clockers juices up with the Ultra X-Finity 500W with Active PFC Power Supply
Motherboards.Org takes on the mighty ASUS M2N32 WS Professional Motherboard
Tweaknews gives an impression of the StarDock Object Desktop 2007 Windows Customization Software Suite
Bjorn3D spends the big bucks on the PowerColor X1950 PRO
Big Bruin shows off the Ultra Products XVS Modular 600W ATX Power Supply
You know, my new power supply was making some godawful noise. It was a 'namebrand' generic, because I don't care all that much. Power supplies die, I don't care who makes the damn things. Anyway, I thought, did my practice of going cheap on power supplies finally catch up to me? It was sounding like the fan was throwing off its bearings. Turns out, it was a little tiny piece of transparent plastic film that came off of....I dunno what, but I know it is somehow kid related.
Overclockers Cafe sips Obsidian Dark Roast Blend while overlooking the Thermalright HR-05-SLI
I4U gets seems to enjoy the SanDisk Sansa e280R for Best Buy Music Store. Also, they shine a light on the TrueLite LED Flashlight featuring 21 LEDs
Future Looks posts up some Techie Treats for Halloween
Hot Hardware spins up the Seagate Barracuda ES 750GB HD
Think Computers cools down with the Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX CPU Cooler
Finally, Hot Hardware brings us on home with the ASUS P5N32-SLI Premium (nForce 590 SLI Intel Edition - Core 2 Ready)
I know, I know. Itís Monday. I feel it too, man.
You go have a day.