Archive for January, 2006

January 31, 2006

I took my second turbo slug offline last night after migrating the MySQL database to the main turbo slug. After much trial and error, I managed to figure out a way to run Apache 2.0.54 + PHP 5.0.4 + eAccelerator 0.9.2 + MySQL 4.1 on one of my turbo slugs efficiently. Running on a 32 […]

January 17, 2006

I have a LG combo DVD-ROM and CD writer at work, along with a LG DVD-RAM drive. I happened to find newer firmwares for both, so I proceeded to download and install them. After the reboot, I saw an unexpected message to the tune of ‘Windows has detected significant changes to your hardware configuration since […]

January 11, 2006

The title says it all. Lots of goodies in the new flagship 2007 Mercedes S-Class: automated acceleration and braking, a night-vision display, among others. Those features take the fun out of driving, but they also add considerable safety benefits during night driving. I wonder how long it’ll be until other manufacturers add such features to […]

January 11, 2006

Apple has begun production of new products featuring the Intel Core Duo (what kind of name is that?) processor. By the end of 2007, all new Apple desktop and notebooks will be running on Intel processors. That’s good news for me and many others. I’ve been contemplating on purchasing an Apple iBook for awhile now, […]

January 5, 2006

First of all, Happy New Year everyone. After months of debating between the Palm TX and the Dell Axim X51v, I took the plunge and went with the Palm TX. The major deciding factor: price. I was initially skeptical in purchasing the Palm TX, due in part to Access Japan purchasing Palm a few months […]