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NCAA 2006 rosters

July 11, 2005 at 07:20 PM

A lot of people got NCAA 2006 early, unfortunately I wasn't one of them. The great thing is that there are already people hard at work cranking out the updated rosters with the real players' names. Normally it would take a couple of days after release to get them ready, now I can start my dynasty right away. If you want the rosters, you can head over MaddenMania for the PS2 roster file or... Continue reading

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I've been busy...

July 10, 2005 at 10:05 PM

Lots of stuff going on right now and the content throughout the site is getting a little neglected. I've been making a ton of little modifications to attempt to finish off the redesign. I've also started a new, exciting job at a web development company and so far I love it. We're also crazy busy planning our wedding, we even went to a bridal show this weekend. Hopefully we'll have some of the details... Continue reading

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Pardon my dust...

July 05, 2005 at 10:24 PM

In case you didn't notice, this site is currently undergoing some cosmetic changes. Not really a redesign (though it took me long enough!), but more of a retouch. Cleaned up all the graphics and a lot of the code, and just gave everything a more polished look. Unfortunately, I had to slightly alter the HTML in a couple places (added an extra div around the main section and gave a div in the sidebar boxes... Continue reading

Posted in Site Updates | 4 Comments

IOGEAR USB Hub & Card Reader

July 04, 2005 at 05:03 PM

Saw PCMag's review of the IOGEAR USB Hub and Card Reader yesterday and thought I'd throw my 2 cents in on it since I've had it for about four months now. They give it a 4.5 out of 5 and for the most part I agree. It's a great multifunction product that doesn't always work for me like it's supposed to. IOGEAR has merged a USB 2.0 hub and a 12-in-4 memory card reader into... Continue reading

Posted in Web/Tech

Rafael Palmeiro will be a Hall of Famer

July 03, 2005 at 10:07 AM

I know it's not exactly new news, but Skip Bayless is a moron. Anyone that can actually argue that Rafael Palmeiro doesn't deserve in the Hall of Fame because he's an average player, is either completely clueless or just a complete ass. Palmeiro has been one of the best and most consistent players over the last 20 years. 563 home runs and counting, 8 hits shy of 3000, and a .289 career batting average.... Continue reading

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