Added a new page: WoW Mod Listing. This page is a listing of all World of Warcraft UI Modifications that I currently use.
Lots of work ahead of me tonight. I am adding individual service discussion links, verifying all dependencies as well as expanding all services, starting with “A” tonight and tomorrow with regards to Windows Vista. Stay tuned for more!
Everything is back and online. Enjoy!
The main site, DNS, Email and forums will be coming down for about 30 minutes “sometime today” while I install additional memory and run a quick Memtest on the system. Don’t phreak out. It will be back up shortly after (if all goes as planned at least).
A moment of silence for Gary Gygax, whom passed on March 4, 2008: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/03/06/DDSCVE5B2.DTL&type=DD http://games.slashdot.org/games/08/03/04/1750206.shtml Co-creator of Dungeons and Dragons, he claimed many hours of my younger years as I read and was enthralled with the books drafted about D&D. I salute thee. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Gygax Rest in Peace.
The short answer: depends. The long answer: D E P E N D S. The best way for you to figure that out is load up everything that you plan on doing “at the same time.” Meaning, if you regularly have 5, 10, 20 or more browser windows open, Email client, a media player streaming music/video, a game or high powered editing software, fire that all up! After doing so, hit CTRL+ALT+DEL to open up the task manager and determine how much memory all of your applications are using. With [Continue Reading]