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Saturday, August 23, 2008

Video: Lifelike animation heralds new era for computer games - Times Online

Check it this extraordinary interview:

I have become distrustful of almost everything I see on the Internet because of how well people can "photoshop". This takes it to a whole new level. Impressive, but creepy. Don't you agree?

Monday, August 18, 2008

My pick for Windows File Manager

Total Commander is Totally Awesome dude! Totally!

Total Commander is a refreshing blast from the past. It's Interface is more akin to what I was used to when Windows 98 was the current Windows version. But that's not all bad. I'm more interested in power, speed and flexibility in my file manager, and Total Commander is peerless on those points.

With the addition of available add-ons for almost any file format and file system, you can view and manipulate practically any file on any disk you are likely to come across.

Total Commander is an absolute must for the expert or pro, and can be VERY helpful for the amatuer on those occassions when it's needed.Check out, it's the best Windows file manager available.