September 12th, 2007
I’d like to thank everybody for their kind words and praise for wondering where I’ve been the past few weeks. The truth is, the all is in incredibly busy time for me and I’m presently in the process of possibly moving, along with getting a new job. Although there may be posts from time to time here, I’ve recently inquired with Everton from ConnectedInternet, and I’m going to be posting there for the time being. You’ll be seeing me posting under the title of TimmyJ.
I’m going to continue to accept entries into my Tech Directory and advertising options, but posting is suspended indefinitely.
July 23rd, 2007
My apologies for lack of posts this past week. I had a lot of personal stuff going on and couldn’t get into my regular schedule. I’m going to do my best to improve upon that this week, beginning with what is by far the most important to me. LISTIKALZ!!!
FarCry2 Announced – I’m not nearly as big into gaming as I used to be, but the one game I most recently played completely through was FarCry and I loved every second of it. When Crysis was announced, I thought it was the unofficial FarCry2, I guess not. Thanks Madur!
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July 20th, 2007
I’ve been searching for this one for a long time. Not particularly for my home PC, but for work purposes. It’s called Transfz(I know strange name), and what it essentially does, is it allows you to search any search engine by simply highlighting any text that can be highlighted. It works very similar to Firefox’s SearchWith Extension, but can be used in ANY application that you can highlight text with. Here’s a screenshot as an example:
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When GHacks posted this last week, along with several of his other posts, I now realize why it’s such an incredible blog.
July 18th, 2007
I was tagged recently by Deepak from Techdeep.in. He has been a friend of my blogging since almost day one and I’m glad to see him making a comeback. Thanks for the tag Deepak! Here are my 8 random facts.
My real name is Tim
I’m from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA
I work in the Desktop Tech Support Field, but like to fool around in the web development field.
I do enjoy sports on the side, including the Iowa Hawkeyes Football team and Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball
The first three blogs are read everyday are TechCrunch, Mashable and ConnectedInternet.
I love movies and own around 250 DVDs. My favorite movie of all time Shawshank Redemption.
I’m still trying to figure out the Apple craze. I’ll probably never get an iPod until they offer subscription based services like Napster and Rhapsody. I have a Creative Zen Vision:M.
My favorite place of travel is Las Vegas, NV. I enjoy gambling and travel there at least once/year.
I’m tagging: Bush Mackel, Kuanhooong, Ken Xu, Aaron Cook, TeknoBites, Kyle Eslick, Infektia and PhoenixRealm.
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July 17th, 2007
My blogging friend Everton Blair deserved to be in this article, but even though his close to $10k/month in revenue wasn’t enought, you still see a great insight into the type of money some of the biggest, celebrity, humor, political and technology related blogs make. As much as $200k/month is generated from each of these blogs, and it really goes to show how powerful advertising has become once again. I’ve had dreams of making a list like this, but I don’t foresee it anytime soon.
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