The Flying Sports section of Wii Sports Resort is addicting. Chasing down cars, flying into the volcano, buzzing people on the beach. What’s not to like? Want to see a map of all the points?
If you’re in Canada and want to try Google Voice, here’s a way around the US-only verification system. This should work for free, but requires a bit of patience. It should work in other countries as well. I’ve done this twice in Canada, and now have two Google Voice numbers. This should allow you to […]
Slackware Linux is arguably one of the oldest, surviving versions of Linux; it is my distribution of choice. I am currently running Slackware 12.1 with the shiny 184.108.40.206 smp kernel. Slackware is very robust and secure, it does not use a lot of system overhead to run. This means that Slackware will run very efficiently […]
Ok, this is neat. With every update of the iPhone firmware, the hacker community has stepped up and created a way to install third-party apps on the iPhone. This is known as a “Jailbreak.” The approach taken with the latest version of the iPhone and iPod Touch firmware, 1.1.3, is a little different. Since the […]
The Asus EeePC is an awesome little machine. I have the 701 model, which has 4GB of hard drive space (basically a 4GB flash card), and 512MB of RAM. This model comes with Xandros Linux pre-installed. Xandros is very useable out of the box. By default, the EeePC is in “Beginner mode” but you can […]