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I do not own this image nor did I create it. freepostia.com sucks and I got tired of getting errors loading this image. Here it is for everyone. Totally looks shopped.
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Looks like everyone is against micro-transaction games

I made a poll to see if people liked micro-transaction games and it turns out most people do not like them. I have found them to be annoying that you need to pay to be better then some other player who has more money then you in real life. It is hard to find a game where the time spent would equal a quick buying of items. That is the balance that most of the online micro-transaction games take it to either have lots of money IRL or play the game for hours on end to be as good. Just my thoughts it would be interesting if people feel differently. Hit me up on twitter if you have an opinion.

I made a poll to see if people liked micro-transaction games and it turns out most people do not like them. I have found them to be annoying that you need to pay to be better then some other player who has more money then you in real life. It is hard to find a game where the time spent would equal a quick buying of items. That is the balance that most of the online micro-transaction games take it to either have lots of money IRL or play the game for hours on end to be as good. Just my thoughts it would be interesting if people feel differently. Hit me up on twitter if you have an opinion.

The new Commodore 64 is making old modern

It’s back… and better than ever! The new Commodore 64 is a modern functional PC as close to the original in design as humanly possible. It houses a modern mini-ITX PC motherboard featuring a Dual Core 525 Atom processor and the latest nVidia ION2 graphics chipset. It comes in the original taupe brown/beige color, with other colors to follow.


Read more here: http://commodoreusa.net/CUSA_C64.aspx

It’s back… and better than ever! The new Commodore 64 is a modern functional PC as close to the original in design as humanly possible. It houses a modern mini-ITX PC motherboard featuring a Dual Core 525 Atom processor and the latest nVidia ION2 graphics chipset. It comes in the original taupe brown/beige color, with other colors to follow.


Read more here: http://commodoreusa.net/CUSA_C64.aspx

Solar Power in Data Centers: No Longer A Novelty?

Solar power hasn’t been widely used in data centers because it takes a very large installation of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels to produce even a fraction of the energy required by most data centers. But the month of April has seen the debut of four new data centers featuring on-site solar generation. In each case, the power from the solar array is being used either for office space or to make a modest reduction in the amount of power required from local utilities.

This is pretty exciting to see companies taking an interest in solar other then power companies. This is the start that is needed to make solar power more affordable. Economy of scale will drive the prices down at the same time the technology is improving.

Read more here: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2011/04/29/solar-in-data-centers-no-longer-a-novelty/

Solar power hasn’t been widely used in data centers because it takes a very large installation of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels to produce even a fraction of the energy required by most data centers. But the month of April has seen the debut of four new data centers featuring on-site solar generation. In each case, the power from the solar array is being used either for office space or to make a modest reduction in the amount of power required from local utilities.

This is pretty exciting to see companies taking an interest in solar other then power companies. This is the start that is needed to make solar power more affordable. Economy of scale will drive the prices down at the same time the technology is improving.

Read more here: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2011/04/29/solar-in-data-centers-no-longer-a-novelty/