I want my money for nothing and my chicks for free. Or my checks. I dunno, I never bothered to learn the lyrics, not with those AWESOME computer graphics.
Itís Friday, and no one can take that away from you. They try, but as long as the beer stays chilled, itís all good.
I have no major plans this weekend, though Iím considering cleaning out the garage and converting it to summer mode (which entails swapping the lawn mower and snow blower and uhÖthatís about it). I may not do anything, however, as Iím sort of in a mood to lounge gracefully. Or ungracefully, just so long as lounging is done.
Oh, well, I will be catching Billy Idol tonight on the Rave channel. HD concerts rock hard.
Hot Hardware starts off our Glorious Friday with some Intel Next-Gen Penryn and Nehalem Details. About 200 different sites sent me this, but I just don't see the need to post everyones version of the same PR.
GideonTech gives us the digg worthy story of How an online business self destructed
DVHardware tests out the ThermalTake Tai-Chi M+ notebook cooler
CPU3D gets a hold of the Abit IN9 32X-Max Motherboard
Overclockers Online takes on the Cooler Master CoolViva Pro
Hot Hardware spends quality time with the Alienware Area-51 7500
Hi Tech Reviews reports in with the Gigabyte 3DAurora 570
Digital Trends does some Heat Testing of the Apple TV
Tech Zone takes A Deep Look At The State Of The Internet. This is what happens when you have no social life.
3DXtreme shows off the Enermax Uber Chakra Full Tower PC Case
Hardcoreware complains about the XBOX 360 Elite. I don't really get it. It's like complaining about iPod revisions. Or differing Gameboys. It's not like you have to buy one.
Mad Penguin says Red Hat Returns Better Than Ever
TBreak shares the love on the MSI NX7900GS-512MB
ASE Labs tests out the Scythe Samurai Z Rev. B
Legit Reviews does battle with the EVGA nForce 680i SLI 775 A1 Motherboard
BCC talks about the Gigabyte 3D Galaxy II W/C Kit
Finally, TechpowerUp brings us on home with the OCZ Equalizer Gaming Mouse
Oh, hello weekend.
You go have a day, a weekend, and remember: no matter where you go, there you are.