You know, it was a frickin bizarre day yesterday.
Traffic was not busy, but it was slow as hell. I kept getting stuck behind slow pokes. But at lunch, I hit green on every single light I came upon, without fail even when I tried to miss it. Same thing on the way home.
I got home way early, because the neighboring warehouse was apparently set up by complete dumb assess, as the shelving they used went all the way to the ceiling. Where the power was. So when the shelves suddenly fell down...
But hey, home early. Where a lamp died, then lived again. Then the microwave latch broke, leaving inside a bowl of freshly melted butter, trapped. Freed by power tools, the latch was totally hosed on a two year old microwave (which is just sad) then for some reason a spate of stubbed toes occurred in the kitchen. I never wanted that damn microwave anyway, when the old one was just fine. Took two years, but I was right, doggone it!!!
It was just a really, really odd day.
I4U starts off our midweek with the Intel QX6700 Core 2 Quad Extreme Edition CPU
GideonTech shows off the VIZO Voyager HDD Cooler
Techgage tells us their Top 8 Vista Annoyances
OCIA investigates the Swiftech Quiet Power P180 Liquid Cooled Barebones System
Bonafide Reviews tries out one of those Westinghouse Digital LTV-46w1 46" LCD 1080i TVs
NVNews posts up a bit called MSI NX8800GTX Review and Mixed-Vendor SLI
Tech Report shows off The GeForce 8800 in SLI
Mad Penguin gives us PC-BSD vs. Linux Distributions: A Mega Battle. A Mega Battle of NERDS.
Pro Clockers chills out with the Aerocool Zero Flexi Tower
Trusted Reviews chats up the Samsung SGH-X830
Tweaknews takes on the Spire Fourier IV Intel/AMD Copper Heatpipe CPU Cooler
Bjorn3D budgets out the HIS X1650 IceQ Turbo
Madshrimps tests out some OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 FlexXLC
Technic3D juices up with the Thermaltake Toughpower 750W PSU
Finally, Legit Reviews brings us on home with the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3200 Laser
Sooo gotta fly.
You go have a day.