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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Help Me Support Extra Life 2015!

I'm participating in Extra Life 2015 to help raise money for the children's miracle network. Please help me raise $100 this year for a very worthy cause! I believe that this is a very modest goal and will try my hardest to reach it.  If you can not donate any money, you can help out by sharing this video with your friends and family.  Every little effort counts!




Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Been Gone Awhile

I really haven't posted anything to my blog in a very long time.  Life has been interesting since that last time though and I've been thinking more and more lately that maybe I should resurrect my site for if nothing else, my own outlet and a way to get my ideas documented.  At the very least I will be posting my YouTube videos here and if I'm really feeling ambitious then I will be doing more write ups, tutorials, and my general opinions.  So be looking out for that and enjoy.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Console Competitive PC Build ~$500

There's a lot of people out there who don't want or need a next generation console.  I made this build guide to specifically be competitive in price and performance to the new consoles so that you won't be missing out on none of the gaming goodness.  Perfect for the person on a budget, trying out PC gaming, student, and entry-level PC gamer.  Check out the video and enjoy.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Nvidia ShadowPlay (crushes Fraps)

http://www.youtube.com/v/DA9Tf48CRTw?version=3&autohide=1&feature=share&autohide=1&attribution_tag=w4WXYpfE31Tj0xjiwb7ZTA&showinfo=1&autoplay=1

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Linux Vs Windows Gaming (benchmarks)


Here are some benchmarks comparing Windows 8 to Linux Mint 15 (Ubuntu derivative).  I fully expect Steam OS to perform similarly to these results.  This is my hardware, so your results will vary but should scale according to the components that you use.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

[Tutorial] How To Import LastPass Passwords Into KeePassX ~ Web Upd8: Ubuntu / Linux blog

With privacy becoming a public issue not only from "hackers" but also from the government being able to access much of information without much oversight, some have opted to use cloud services less and less.  LastPass, a very good password management system that integrates with your web browser is one that I've thought a lot about lately.  If you don't know what LastPass is, it's basically an online password manager that will store your usernames and passwords when you allow it.  Then when you have to login to a web site again, it can automatically fill in those fields and even auto log you in if you choose.  A time saver and a life saver for those of us who have many passwords and actually use unique passwords to help secure our data and information.