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  • Yeah but no one actually purchases Peerbux for the 9 bucks they cost, you just trade in your own DVDs and earn Peerbux. Here's my thoughts and check out these comments for more info.

    Peerflix: Movie Trading The Legal Way
    Posted on: March 15, 2005 at 9:40 am on Gear Live - 2 comments total

  • I gave 30 of my invites to iSnoop last week, and low and behold this morning I had 50 invites to give again.

    Grab A Gmail Invitation From iSnoop
    Posted on: March 07, 2005 at 6:51 am on Gear Live - 2 comments total

  • It costs almost $10 to see a movie or $20 -$25 to buy the DVD, that's only 2 hours of entertainment. I'd say most games provide well over 10-12 hours of game play, making a $50 - $60 price tag actually quite a bargain. I don't know how many times someone has to point this out, but NES and SNES and N64 games all had at least a some of their games priced more than $50 in their days. Factor in inflation from the last 20 years and we're paying much less for games than we were back then.

    Next Gen Games Pack Big Price Tags
    Posted on: March 07, 2005 at 6:48 am on Gear Live - 5 comments total

  • $15 a month is just way too much for most people to spend on music. If it's really $25 (you sure about that falco?), then no freaking way.

    Why Napster To Go Works
    Posted on: February 11, 2005 at 7:41 am on Gear Live - 9 comments total

  • I have to dispute the claim that average users don't know what the right mouse button is for, or even don't know it exists. For most average users, they don't know any keyboard shortcuts so right clicking to cut, copy, and paste is the only way they know how. I also see tons of these average users with wallpapers from the Internet or folders and folders of saved images from the Web, I wonder how they got there? There is no argument for the one-button mouse and to argue in favor of it is pretty ridiculous.

    Why Apple Makes a One Buttoned Mouse
    Posted on: January 30, 2005 at 8:28 am on Gear Live - 10 comments total

  • Apple Store links are always expired and invalid. They never work, it's impossible AFAIK to put up a link to an individual item. I'm not sure if that's a bug or a "feature."

    Mac mini Options See Price Drop
    Posted on: January 26, 2005 at 1:47 pm on Gear Live - 3 comments total

  • Sadly enough I didn't own any handheld until the GBA. The only two games I ever played on it were Super Mario World and Zelda: A Link to the Past. So total man hours would be whatever it took to beat both of those. I just haven't had time to play it anymore, seeing as how I'm always the one driving on trips. So the only game-playing I have time to do is at home, and then I'd rather be playing Xbox or PS2.

    Gear Live Giveaway: Nintendo DS
    Posted on: January 24, 2005 at 11:48 am on Gear Live - 59 comments total

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