Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Downloading the entire internet.

My friend and I had this joke about a keyboard I own. It's a Yahoo! keyboard from the late 90's/early 2000's; Web 1.0 days. It had a giant button right in the middle with a big red "i" on it. Below, it described this button as the internet button. Whenever this keyboard makes an appearance, I explain to people that if you press this button, you will download the entire internet. Well, it seems my friend (who was complaining about incredibly sporadic and slow internet) pressed this button while logged onto his Steam account.

That is correct. Seventeen trillion, five hundred and ninety-two billion, forty four million, four hundred and sixteen megabytes... twice.

This blog is small and very out of the way. Let's face it, when I get comments on stuff, I flip out. I should apologize for earlier this year when I received questions about the Hyundai headphones and took almost a month to respond. But really, I'm not too sorry since I've been busy with school, work, and fun.

Let's get back on track, shall we? I've given up DJing for the most part. I might do some collaboration with a friend of mine, Shawn. Life is holding these projects back with things like previous commitments as well as scheduling. Maybe one day soon we can make music together.

With that said, reviews on professional audio equipment are NOT likely.

If I am reviving this blog, it will focus on reviewing my sporadic purchases on eBay... mostly electronics related, of course.

Possible upcoming articles? Reviews on Android OS's, maybe? Review of the Silverstone Grandia GD06 Home Theatre case. Review of a cheap Chinese gaming mouse. A possible run-through of my current PC build and point out the mistakes I made so you can avoid them.

Recently, my dance videos on YouTube have come under fire for copyright infringement; I'll see if I can fight that somehow.

Have a nice day and watch out for spam email!


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