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Crowdfunding Spotlight-Perception, Light Fall, Through the Woods

  This time around, my Kickstarter Spotlight is super horror based. Which is weird because I can’t do horror games and I probably won’t play them. Doesn’t mean they don’t look like great games and I won’t promote them, but seriously, these are a little terrifying. Perception by Deep End Games Triggering your senses is […]

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aNote – Awesome is an Understatement

Awesome Note – Organize your Life aNote – or Awesome Note as they like to call it – is the ultimate in phone productivity. It’s easily one of my most used apps just because it has the features of a calendar, notepad, shopping list, and to do list meshed together in a simple, yet attractive […]

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[PodCast] theMulticast: Sony Playstation 4 Conference @themultitap

@corib3ar joins us today on theMulticast! Just the cynic we need to break down the Playstation 4 conference. Looks like it’s that time again. A new console is here to wow us and boy does it fail. theMulticast is not buying what Sony is selling right now. On today’s show we go through the conference […]

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The Pantech Discover Vs. The Sony Xperia TL – Two Sleek, Sexy And Cool Phones

Of course, coolness is a factor when you’re looking into buying a new mobile phone. We all want cool phones that look good on our desks and impress our friends. But we have to look at other things as well. For example, today’s two phone picks are both equally attractive. We’re looking at the Pantech […]

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[PodCast] theMulticast: Bungie’s Destiny. Why the Hype? @themultitap

Bungie’s Destiny. Why the Hype?   Today on the show we have @flygirlgamers and @mattshotcha on the panel. Prepare for your weekly Spartan Ops update with Digital Distraction as she lets you know if it is still worth keeping up with. Finish the fight…Again. Also, Matt is hungover and wired. To be expected as he […]


 
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How to get ideas to write a program

Posted  June 28, 2012  by  corib3ar

We all run into roadblocks. Sometimes, I look at programs or apps or even just every day things and think “ How did somebody think of that? That’s genius!” (At least in my head, I’m quite nonchalant on the outside). The real question here though is, how DO they think of these things? Do you […]

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Stefan Darts

Posted  June 28, 2012  by  corib3ar

Stefan making 1)                  Foam Backer Road 2)                  Utility Knife 3)                  Copperhead Steel BB Ammo 4)                  Slingshot Ammo 5)                  Dart Tips 6)                  Pillow Case 7)                  Hair Dryer 8)                  Some kind of measuring device I guess the way that I do it is considered the old fashioned way. There are other ways to do this, but this […]

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Asus ZenBook Review

Posted  June 28, 2012  by  corib3ar

My trusted Dell laptop that I have had for 2 years has recently gone on the fritz. Looking at the laptops for sale, I knew that I wanted something that was more portable and small than normal laptops while also giving me the performance that I wanted (Meaning I didn’t want a Mac). This brought […]

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Iphone JailBreak – Review

Posted  June 28, 2012  by  corib3ar

If you know me, you know I’m not a big fan of Apple. This doesn’t mean that I don’t appreciate the fact that other people find their products to be the best for them. Saying this, I did need to experiment with an apple device so that I could learn the iOS platform for app […]

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Cydia Market – iPhone JailBreak

Posted  June 28, 2012  by  corib3ar

  I mentioned breifly in a previous post about the Cydia marketplace. This is the market that comes installed when you jailbreak an iPhone. It’s a pretty cool addition and definitely worth it if you’re willing to jailbreak your device. Keep in mind, that jailbreaking your iPhone does void it’s warranty, but if anything happens […]

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Real Truth About ZenBook Facial Recognition – Windows 7

Posted  June 29, 2012  by  corib3ar

One of the really cool things that comes with my ZenBook is a facial recognition unlock. This obviously isn’t going to be as secure as a good old 16 character password, but I don’t keep sensitive information on my laptop and I really have no reason to keep a password on my computer, I just […]

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Kodak Playfull – Review on Shooting a Music Video

Posted  July 3, 2012  by  corib3ar

I recently shot a short video with a friend using the Kodak Playfull. I bought it for about 80 bucks, and I wanted it for a project that I never finished. I got it in light blue and I liked it because it was cheap and it was small. I also wanted something that was […]

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How to Keep your Droid working like new | Zaptoid

Posted  July 3, 2012  by  corib3ar

How to keep your Droid working like new: One of the biggest mistakes most people make is that they get a Droid without looking at the amount of memory on it. Yes, that $30 Droid is cheap, but you’re getting what you pay for. There’s probably 126 MB of onboard memory with the ability to […]

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