I dunno. Ever since I got the new TV, I've had the bug. The bug to rip stuff out and improve it.
The new TV made the room so much better that now I'm wanting to start up those home projects I sort of put off after the hell that was doing the basement ceiling. Which I only half did. I only half did it because there were centuries of dead mice up in the old ceiling, and it was a seriously gross adventure. So the Lounge is half new ceiling, half ceiling from 1950.
Some day I'll fix that.
Maybe. It was really gross.
Right now, I'm looking at the bathroom, and thinking, good god that cabinet sucks. So does the bathtub, which sometimes leaks into the basement, but that's outside my ability to do anything about, I think. I'd be too afraid I'd end up with a small bucket to take showers in.
But I could totally do the cabinet and sink.
Anyway, Home Depot calls to me. It doesn't happen often. I'm fairly half assed in my ability to actually do anything. I fixed a leak in the roof with just lots and lots of tar. Lots of tar. And I repaired the ceiling really really badly. It's ugly. But what I lack in skill, I more than make up in laziness. The repair I don't do looks the best.
Perhaps the bug will go away before I do any actual damage to the foundation.
Techgage starts us off with the Sapphire X1050 and X1550
XYZ tests out the Razer DeathAdder Gaming Mouse
Modders Inc fires up the Vizo Xena Notebook Cooler
Digital Trends shows off the new Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet
Tech Report has Five desktop quad-core solutions compared
Tbreak jams along with the Razer Barracuda HP1 Gaming Headphones
Tweaknews tries out the In Win Alpha 360 Computer Case
Bjorn3D low balls with the PowerColor X1550 SCS
Legion Hardware spends quality time with the Thermalright HR-03 Plus
Legit Reviews tries to be excited about the The CoolIT Systems RAM Fan
Finally, XSReviews gives us yet another Ratpadz XT Review
Wow, fairly light amount of news.
You go have a day.