Geeking Out at Home

Diann and I spent last night doing something we didn’t think we’d be doing yet: looking at houses online. To this date, I’ve avoided the insane Seattle real-estate market, but we figure it’s time to bite the bullet and jump in.  It just doesn’t show any indication of slowing down in the next 3 years […]

Problem with the RIAA and Recording Industry

So I've been following all the Engadget and Gizmodo posts about the rumored Argo and Zune. One of the things that jumped out at me was this Engadget article that talked about the possibility that Microsoft would be allowing people to download whatever music they've purchased in iTunes for free — but that “Microsoft will […]

Sharing iTunes Libaries with Multiple Users in Windows XP

Diann & I have both had our iPods for quite some time now, and I've always had it setup where the iTunes libary is stored within my home directory. Kind of irritating, especially when she needed to update her iPod, I'd have to log in as me. I realized today that someone out there must […]

Christmas Music

I really think that the department stores start playing Christmas Music earlier and earlier every year. (Yes, I realize I'm just posting this on 12/13. The Christmas Music has been driving me nuts for over two weeks now). I don't think I'd have as huge of a problem with it if the music was to […]