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Thursday, March 16, 2006


We got our cable/phone/internet access back yesterday, and after a quick overdose of Discovery channel, I got cracking on my new computer room. After unloading about 12 boxes of books, and knowing that at least 4 or 5 boxes are missing, I spent the night tonight going through a bunch of my old boxes from College. I found my miniatures collection from my D&D days, which was sweet. I also found a lot of old PC docs and junk. Man, I hope the garbage bins can handle the overload.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Some PS3 Details

Sony's Ken Kutaragi gave some details on the PS3. The big bits of news are that the PS3 is scheduled for a simultaneous world-wide launch in the beginning of November and that it will include a 60G hard drive. In some way or another, it will run Linux (and there was much rejoicing). As originally stated, it will be backwards-compatible with PS2 and PS1 games. Still no pricing details, though.

Update! I'm reading on some other sites that the hard drive might not be included by default but might still be required. Obviously there are still more questions than answers out there right now. Not including it but still requiring it would seem like a very strange plan.

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