Google Allows Large File Uploads to Google Docs, Microsoft Says 'Pfffttt' Commented on: 4 years ago (January 12, 2010) @ Grannyville You beat me to it ;) That's Google catch - you can upload bigger files. Also, $0.25 a gig per year for extra space is pretty darn reasonable (compared to something like, say, DropBox...
And the Silliest Blog Post of the Year is... Commented on: 4 years ago (December 30, 2009) "and this came during a year when a non-existent Apple tablet was somehow going to change the world." I can't believe that I'm actually agreeing with one of your Apple jabs. It's probably because it...
Post-Christmas Deals on Video Games Commented on: 4 years ago (December 29, 2009) Wow. Lots of in depth commentary on this here blog ;) Paul, you really need to find a way to filter out the spam.
Not Just 'Not News,' Just Plain Wrong Commented on: 4 years ago (December 23, 2009) @rr0de7: Don't forget the awesome Quake Live!! I'm still completely floored that I'm now able to play what is essentially Quake 3 at a high resolution with all the eye candy cranked up in a freakin...
Microsoft Partners with Live Nation on Section 7 Online Community Commented on: 4 years ago (December 2, 2009) "Just a warning: the free tickets are currently for US concerts only" Did you really expect anything different?
Bing Cashback Celebrates Black Friday With Up to 35 Percent Cash Back Commented on: 4 years ago (November 25, 2009) Bing is still such a stupid name. I don't give a crap what anyone says. It's laughable.
Windows Marketplace for Mobile Now Available on the Web Commented on: 4 years ago (November 13, 2009) I just browsed that site. Nice to see Microsoft offering flashlight and fart apps now.
Microsoft Reveals Bing Video Experience Commented on: 4 years ago (November 11, 2009) "Why can't it be a decision engine?" Simple. I'm not asking the Internet to make up my mind for me. I'm searching for information. When someone creates software that makes up my mind for me when I...
Get Tinker and Texas Hold 'Em ... For Free Commented on: 4 years ago (November 6, 2009) Paul, you really need to take care of the spam on this blog.
Finally, Some Answers to Windows 7 Upgrade Questions Commented on: 5 years ago (October 27, 2009) "When you enter the product key, the setup program checks to see whether you installed the product on a clean system that didn’t previously have any version of Windows installed. If the answer is yes...

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