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  • 3360×1050 Wallpapers

    I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted, I’ve been busy (more on that later) for now though I’ve always found it hard to find dual screen wallpapers, especially ones in 3360×1050 resolution, hopefully these should help, read below the fold for some more previews and a big link incase you missed the one […]

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    Mar 21st, 2009 | Filed under Computing, Images
  • GDATA Antivirus

    I was looking for an alternative to AVG antivirus, maybe something a little more comprehensive, so I had a look around and according to this site G Data diagnosed the most viruses from a test bunch and hence one would think is the best antivirus to have. They have a 30 day trial so I […]

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    Feb 11th, 2009 | Filed under Computing
  • Moar floorhorse

    Floorhorse is claiming more lives every second of the day, as you can see the domain has been registered, not by myself, I was too much of a pussy and have already registered way too many domains recently. Including another today, I finally bought my actual name and ill be using it as email, probably […]

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    Nov 2nd, 2008 | Filed under Computing, Dev, Life, Web
  • Trackmania mania

    It’s nice to have a desktop again, I get get onto things that weren’t possible with the piddly laptop, thankfully I should be getting a nicer laptop soon too. I’ve taken the opportunity to re-encode some of the videos on the site, so they now look nicer and sound better, I’ll also be uploading the […]

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    Oct 27th, 2008 | Filed under Computing, Gaming, Images, Life, Video
  • GPUs push the boundries of home computing

    Gone are the days when GPUs were only used to make your favourite games look great, using GPUs to do actual computing tasks is the in thing. GPUs being harnessed for number crunching have already helped push the folding@home project past 4 Petaflops, the GPU client alone counts for around 2 Petaflops, for comparison that’s […]

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    Oct 14th, 2008 | Filed under Computing
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