Whether you like it or not, companies have proven that they want our heads in the cloud. Adobe’s recent move to shift its entire Creative Suite there and make it subscription-only solidifies that fact. While there are some downsides to this movement that are blatantly obvious, the biggest devil may be hiding quietly in the details.
Six Strikes is live in the US, and the Internet is full of its usual rage. Rather than jump in swinging with both fists, Brett set down his editorial pen to let some truths come out before grabbing his own pitchfork and torch. With a little more knowledge and less gut reaction, he jumps to the defense of Six Strikes as the abused pop star that he feels it is.
In advance of the busiest season at the office I work at, I wondered if adding an SSD to the slightly-aging Dell I use would offer a considerable gain in performance, and thus make the onslaught of work easier to deal with. Little did I realize, upgrading a Dell business PC requires a lot of patience, planning and snacks.
When Humble Bundle announced a promotion featuring THQ’s games last week, what resulted was on par with a digital atom bomb. Long-time fans of the service felt betrayed, disgusted by the fact that the people behind it would go against their core values for a profit. But before we get too hasty, let’s look at things from a couple of different angles.
Many Web services provide open source teams with an infrastructure for collaborative development, but what if you’re a small team of developers with little funding wanting to develop closed source software? Can you still engage in collaborative development while keeping your costs minimal? Yes, of course. We show you how.
|Plugging into the Puzzle||Brett Thomas||May 10, 2013||Editorials, Staff Editorials|
|Leave Six Strikes Alone!||Brett Thomas||March 6, 2013||Staff Editorials|
|SSDs at the Office – Trials, Tribulations and Still Worth It||Brett Thomas||February 15, 2013||Solid-State Drives, Staff Editorials|
|Humble Bundle and THQ Shake Hands, Many Heads||Rob Williams||December 5, 2012||Gaming, Staff Editorials|
|Team Development at Cost Zero||Mario Figueiredo||October 29, 2012||Staff Editorials|
|Playing the Game||Brett Thomas||October 10, 2012||Staff Editorials|
|The Basics of Multi-Monitor Gaming||Brandon Mietzner||October 1, 2012||Staff Editorials|
|SysAdmin Corner: Demystifying RAID||Brett Thomas||September 24, 2012||Staff Editorials, Storage|
|The Rebirth of PC Gaming – Bring on the Modders!||Jamie Fletcher||August 22, 2012||Staff Editorials|
|First Two Weeks with an ASUS Transformer Tablet||Rob Williams||July 27, 2012||Mobile, Staff Editorials|
|Building the Right Box||Brett Thomas||March 23, 2012||Staff Editorials|
|The Steve We’ve Lost: A Quick Look at His Accomplishments||Brett Thomas||October 6, 2011||Staff Editorials|
|Wii? Maybe U… But I’m Not Sold Yet||Brett Thomas||June 8, 2011||Gaming, Staff Editorials|
|The State of Overclocking on Intel Motherboards||Rob Williams||April 12, 2011||Intel Motherboards, Intel Processors, Staff Editorials|
|Kinecting the Dots: Where Motion Gaming Needs to Change||Rob Williams||November 5, 2010||Gaming, Staff Editorials|
|The New-Age Nickel & Diming||Rob Williams||September 24, 2010||Staff Editorials|
|The Games I Keep Going Back To||Brett Thomas||June 4, 2010||Gaming, Staff Editorials|
|The Vicious Cycle of Gaming DRM||Brett Thomas||April 23, 2010||Staff Editorials|
|KDE 4 Isn’t Too Bad, After All||Rob Williams||October 2, 2009||Linux, Staff Editorials|
|Ubuntu: Something for Everyone||Brett Thomas||September 30, 2009||Staff Editorials|
|Promises Plated in Chrome||Brett Thomas||July 17, 2009||Staff Editorials|
|A Testing Hypothesis||Brett Thomas||June 26, 2009||Staff Editorials|
|An Open Letter on the State of Video Games||Brett Thomas||June 19, 2009||Staff Editorials|
|Remembering Apogee & 3D Realms||Rob Williams||May 11, 2009||Gaming, Staff Editorials|
|Hello There, Ladies and Gentlemen…||Brett Thomas||May 6, 2009||Staff Editorials|
|My First Netbook Experience||Rob Williams||January 4, 2009||Mobile, Staff Editorials|
|Tales from a Modder’s Garage||Craig "Tech-Daddy" Tate||October 15, 2008||Staff Editorials|
|ASUS Shows Faith in Splashtop||Rob Williams||May 14, 2008||Linux, Staff Editorials|
|AGEIA in 2007 – Is This the Year of the PPU?||Greg King||February 22, 2007||Staff Editorials|
|Holiday Hardware Buyers Guide||Techgage Staff||November 15, 2006||Staff Editorials|
|PNY PR Horrors||Matthew Harris||October 2, 2006||Staff Editorials|
|AMD + ATI: What could it mean for us?||Rob Williams||July 22, 2006||Staff Editorials|