Activating Aging Protocol 38.0.
38 years old. Damn.
I remember, as a kid, thinking hey, I'll be 31 in the year 2000, how cool is that? I dunno why I thought that, except I think I was hoping I'd be doing well enough to afford my flying car.
7 years later, no damn flying car.
If I could talk to myself back then, I'd back hand him a few times on general principles. What an idiot. But mostly I'd tell him that while no, flying cars don't happen, life still ends up being pretty cool anyway. And that at 38, you'll start to see the hints of gray in the hair, but in the right spots. That he would, with no effort, start to look like a really short Reed Richards or Fred McMurry, which is ok, because it least you'll have hair to turn gray, and not as of yet suffering from Italian Pattern Baldness.
I think he would like that. Otherwise I'd just hit him again. Hell, I'd do that anyway. If you can't smack yourself around on your birthday, then what's the point?
OCIA starts us off with of all things, the Tech Zone CES Kickoff Party
Digital Trends takes on the Motorola i880
Hardware Zone gets into Zen Overclocking and the ASUS Commando Motherboard
Big Bruin posts up the Mini-Box.com M300 Mini-ITX Enclosure
Epiacenter takes on the Jetway J7F3E1750
Tech Lounge posts up a bit on Antec's 2007 Product Lineup
Bonafide Reviews gets a hold of the Casio EXILIM EX-S770 7MP Silver Digital Camera
Tweaktown shows off the Rosewill RX353-S 3.5" SATA to USB/e.SATA External Enclosure
Hardware Secrets juices up with the HEC AcePower 480 W Power Supply
Finally, BIOS Magazine brings us on home with the Lenovo ThinkCentre A60. In other news, I had a Lenovo desktop catch fire yesterday. It was awesome.
That's it, other than a bunch of me too CES posts that are just a little on the redundant side.
You go have a day.