Today one of our friends, Alexis Jackson, passed away. She was an amazing girl, and the entire crew knew her since 3rd grade, at the least. We all had a hard time getting through today. All of us, not just the Asdaqua crew.Stephen, Tal and Beck cried , Michael and Derek were very sad, and Allen was moved but tried to put a positive turn on things. Later in the day, Stephen visited the residence of Alexis’s grandma, where she died, and offered his condolences. Continue reading →
The Windows 8 Logo. Click on the picture to read Part 1 of this article.
Windows 8 is a revolutionary operating system. It is based on a new shell called WinRT, which enables the Metro interface with the beautiful, full screen apps and the Start Screen. So, as I promised, I would talk about the new Windows logo. So here goes.
This is the Tech Check, Episode 3, recorded on Friday, March 9, 2012 – “Windows 8 is Here!” On today’s broadcast, we’ll have news on the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, the new iPad, and AT&T throttling its users. We’ll also have Michael update you on the Wii U, the 3DS, SimCity 5, and new games for the iPhone. Finally, we’ll have the brand-new reviews segment, with Tal unboxing the iPod Nano and Stephen reviewing Windows 8.
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On the morning of July 5, Army Group Center surged across to try to close the Kursk salient by trapping it with a two prong assault. The resulting battle would be the largest tank battle in history, second only to the Falaise Gap. Continue reading →