I’m in the process of installing it now. I’ll report how it goes.
…seems to be the Israel/Palestine peace process. First, Ariel Sharon is struggling to come out of a coma after a stroke and subsequent brain hemhorrage, and now the militant terror group Hamas claims they control the Palestinian Authority. Not good at all, and it’s definitely reason for concern.
Kevin Federline’s song PopoZao is…erm…lousy. Yeah, that’s a good word. Be warned, it’s a bit explicit. Then again, the censored version is offensive enough.
The Carolina Panthers will be in Qwest Field today to do battle with the Seattle Seahawks for the right to represent the NFC in Super Bowl XL. I’m prepared for the game with a bunch of chips, beer, and my Steve Smith jersey. I have full confidence that the Panther D will shut down Shaun Alexander and throw Matt Hasselbeck off, and Steve Smith will catch a minimum of two touchdowns. :)
Update: Oh, my. Was I ever so horribly wrong…
Intel has made a final decision to get rid of one of its oldest and most valuable brands, sources told TG Daily: “Pentium,” unveiled in 1993 for its P5 processor generation, will begin to quietly disappear in the current CPU generation such as the single-core 600 series as well as the D 800 and D 900 families.
I was wondering when this was going to happen. Pentium’s had a loooonnnng run as brands go in the tech industry.
Intel should rethink their naming conventions and make it a little easier to identify what chip’s best based on the name. “Intel 57087974541337 OMGWTFBBQ” just doesn’t cut it, IMO.
AMD is better anyway. :)
The last invite to Messenger Beta has been sent. If I get more, I’ll make a new post. This one is closed for now. :)
On my way back to Charleston tonight from a friend’s house in Mt. Pleasant, I had quite a fun drive coming over the Ravenel Bridge, with winds gusting to 50 MPH blowing from right to left, directly across the deck of the bridge. Considering the height of the road deck of the bridge (over 200 feet up), you can imagine it was pretty nutty.
Microsoft released their patch for that nasty Windows Metafile vulnerability that’s been talked about for a week or so. Head over to Windows Update and grab it, if you’re not using automatic updates. I really, really recommend it.