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I’ve moved this site over to http://projecthtpc.threesixty.cc. This gives me more flexibility in maintaining this place. I do a lot of my posting via Twitter, and thanks to the  Twitter Tools plugin those “tweets” will be added to my new site too. Now, if I can just find the time to add some actual content. […]


I’ve just joined Pownce, the new Twitter founded by Kevin Rose, to check out what all the hype is about. Thanks sMoRT71! Like any social network there really isn’t any value to me until more people I find interesting start using it. However, if you’re curious like I was, then leave me a comment with […]


Since my time for blogging has decreased I’ve been doing more short posts over at Twitter. If you’re that bored, then you can check keep up with me at my Twitter page. My last 10 Twitter posts are also listed in the right-hand column under “what I’m doing”.


Google Reader -Grant’s shared items In the absence of posts here you can check out the stories I’m reading via my Google Reader shared items. I also list the last 10 posts I’ve read under “What I’m Reading” in the right-hand column of this site. To give  you an idea of how many feeds and […]


Macworld: News: Copying HD DVD and Blu-ray discs may become legal Now here’s some good news. All I have to say is, “It’s about damn time!”. Under a licensing agreement in its final stages, consumers may get the right to make several legal copies of HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc movies they’ve purchased, a concession […]


PhotoSync For Windows Home Server – Beta1- EdHolloway.com Here’s a pretty snappy utility that can automatically upload your photos from Windows Home Server to your Flickr account. Hopefully, this can/will be extended to other services like Zooomr (my service of choice). Some general features & notes: PhotoSync will monitor your WHS Photos folder (or any […]


SiliconDust HDHomeRun / Gyration MCE Remote Bundle – PCAlchemy This is great deal considering PCAlchemy is selling the remote for $99 and the HDHomeRun for $169 individually. The MCE remote has Gyration’s motion sensor technology built-in, so you can move the mouse cursor simply by waving the remote in the air. The HDHomeRun is a […]