Monthly Archives: August 2009

Fanatical Jacket

It was a bit hard for me to believe since I never thought I would ever be honored with such an award, but last week I was awarded the highest support-related award Rackspace gives out: the Fanatical Straightjacket. It is … Continue reading

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Out with the old…

So I finally broke down a bought a new monitor for my Ms. Pac-Man game. The monitor has had its fair share of issues but it actually worked well for the most part. My original plan was to buy a … Continue reading

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Hannah Paige

Congratulations to Brandon and Amy and their new baby, Hannah! She was born yesterday and weighed just under 3 kilograms and was 46.99cm in length (you US measurement types can go ahead and convert those numbers on your own :) … Continue reading

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Screw UPS?

Yeah… To give a bit of back-story, I really wanted this package to be in my hands by today. It’s a DJ-oriented external sound box so that when I do my shows on K-RACK (our internal radio station at work) … Continue reading

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Apple Repeating History?

Yesterday Brandon and I were flinging e-mails back and forth in regards to Apple’s surprise rejection of Google’s new application for the iPhone that works with their newly launched Google Voice (formally GrandCentral) product. Admittedly, it got a bit heated … Continue reading

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Did You Know the Auto Tune In the News Peeps Had An Album?

Me neither! But be warned, it’s actually a serious album (as in it has nothing to do with Auto-Tune In the News). It’s both available on their website and iTunes. Kinda neat to see the serious side of the group … Continue reading

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It Lives!

My MB-6582 lives – or at least the control surface does. It took me three days and some help form the MidiBox forums but I finally had every single LED light up when running the LED test pattern. Unfortunately while … Continue reading

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