A Picture History of Hard Drives

We’ve come a long way since the first storage devices in 1956. Hard drive storage is supposed to double every year, and here are a lot of photos showing how hard drives have changed over the past 50 years. read more | digg story

Details on Major Google Algorithm Update (w/ test IPs)

Google’s upcoming algorithm update will change things so much they have dubbed it “BigDaddy.” The update is slated for mid-February or early March and will fix many of the current issues with Google’s search results. Try these IPs to test out the new system pre-release: and – is your site still in the […]

Play-Doh Beats Wal*Mart’s and Target’s Fingerprint Scanners

Just as it says. Pretty interesting if you ask me. read more | digg story

Track your FedEx, UPS, USPS package routes via Google Maps!

PackageMapper.com is a Google Maps based tool showing your FedEx, UPS, or USPS package routes. read more | digg story

Kevin Rose and Digg at Yahoo!

The other night Kevin Rose as well as Joshua Schacter from Del.icio.us as well as Kanoodle and Wink all spoke in panel discussion down at Yahoo! I’ve got a comprehensive write up on the event including a lot of new news on Digg. The Flickr photos for the event are here as well: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035555243@N01/sets/1818409/ read […]

Windows XP Secrets

Easter Eggs (Definition) – A hidden message or feature in an application. This guide covers the undocumented and hidden features in Windows XP. All of the following were tested in Windows XP only. read more | 

Symantec using bully tactics against Spybot

In April 2005, Symantec’s Norton anti-virus provided a false positive against Spybot Search & Destroy, a popular anti-spyware application. After being ignored by Symantec, they went public. Well Symantec is at it again, now they are advising to users that they should remove Spybot because of “incompatibilities” with Norton Ghost. read more | 

Prank Call: Obscenity Warning

I’m not sure how old this is, but… If you like NASCAR then this is for you. Fake NASCAR phone survey. read more | digg story