Tag Archives: storage space

Recommended Storage-space

Cloud Hack – How to Build a cheap Perabyte Cloud Server for under $120K!

Okay, I admit it, I am not an Apple fan boy, I am a linux fan boy, let’s forget about bad PR just for a minute here as I don’t really like getting mad anyways.

The BIG NEWS this week is that there’s a way to build a Perabyte (or 1,000,000 gigabytes) Cloud Server for under $120,000.

BackBlaze, a company that provides unlimited online backups for just $5/month, has just released their company’s secret.  They can build this “

Click Here to Read Full Article

Leave a comment

XM’s New Portable Satellite Radio Device – codename Phoenix!

Well, as soon as this new portable satellite radio device is out, we’d probably no longer need to get a separate one for our cars, homes, etc…etc…  We should be able to take it wherever we want to go, just like an iPod.

According to sources, the XM Phoenix is slightly smaller than the existing Inno with a much slicker interface and a rotating wheel that functions similar to the beloved SkyFi2. It features a MicroSD slot f

Click Here to Read Full Article

Leave a comment

Garden DIY – How to Make a Bird House with Satellite Dish!

I have seen plenty old satellite dishes just waiting to get dumped, here’s a great way to re-use the dish for your neighbor birds as a bird house.

Have you ever wondered how many unused satellite dishes are floating around aimlessly out there? After being disconnected, they seem to have no apparent function other than occupying valuable storage space and being mostly ugly? The object of this exercise is to offer a simple way to make an environmentally friendly use of one of the thousands of satellite dishes that have found their way into the landfills, attics and garages of tho

Click Here to Read Full Article


Six Simple Tips For Building Outdoor Sheds

If You Are In A Hurry, Buy Prefabricated Kit Let’s start with this. The prefabricated kits are fool proof and have simple and easy construction. Usually the shed kits also come with years warranty – something that you don’t get if you build your shed entirely from scratch. So if you are not looking for do-it-yourself challenge and you just want a shed done, buy a prefabricated kit and forget about doing it from scratch.

Get The Foundations Right If your foundations is bad even the best shed project may get destroyed. If the shed

Click Here to Read Full Article

Leave a comment

Platform Bed DIY – How to Make a Platform Bed!

Well, it seems that a lot of home DIYers are into making a platform bed for themselves.  We’ve featured bunch of articles on how to make a platform bed but today, let me bring them all together in one blog post plus I’ve found couple more resources.

1) Perhaps, this is the “best” DIY platform bed I’ve seen.   It features an extra long and wide outline and a nice headboard to finish it off.  You can read the DIY details he

Click Here to Read Full Article

1 Comment

OLPC Hack – How to Run OLPC on any Laptop!

OLPC (One Laptop Per Child), can now be run on any computer via a USB flash drive.  If you wanted to get your child one of these OLPCs, you no longer have to buy an OLPC.  Just get a used laptop for 50 bucks then simply stick one of these Sugar on Stick USB flash devices that will run OLPC operating system.

There are two versions of Sugar on a Stick available at the moment. One is based on Fedora 10, while the other is basedo n Ubuntu 8.1

Click Here to Read Full Article

Leave a comment

What you missed Last Weekend [Roundup]

Unlike people who miserably suffer from 9 to 5 jobs (my former self), Zedomax.com keeps on feeding the author food and housing, meaning you have some interesting tech reads.

Here’s what you missed last weekend:

Leave a comment

iPod Touch 2G Hands On over at Engadget!

Well, it seems like the iPod Touch 2G is officially ready for the masses.

The main difference between iPod Touch 1G and 2G is that the 2G version is much more thinner with a glossier finish while holding much larger data storage of 32GB or 64GB.

I would buy the new version for the extra storage space but don’t know if anything else has really changed enough to be better.

The WiFi antenna looks much better integrated, the speaker doesn’t sound like complete trash despite not even having a

Click Here to Read Full Article

Leave a comment

Sony VAIO Wi-Fi Digital Photo Frame will read RSS Feeds!

If you happen to be a Sony VAIO laptops lover, you need to check out their new VAIO Wi-Fi Digital Photo Frame that is also capable of reading RSS Feeds with a resolution of 800×480.

Features: 7″ display with 800×480 resolution projecting over 16 million colors, Wi-Fi enabled (802.11b/g), 128MB hard drive, Memory Stick®, Secure Digital™ and Compact Flash slots, projects RSS feeds from the web and built-in MP3 player

What I like most about this Sony WiFi Digital Photo Frame is that it can read online RSS Feeds so you can set

Click Here to Read Full Article

Leave a comment

Caravan Pod is a Portable Mini-RV!

Caravan Pod is a portable mini-RV that looks like peas to be attached to the rear of your vehicle.  With 12 volts of DC powering the pods, you have basic amenities available to you.

It seems a little dangerous for anyone to actually be inside while the pod is being towed but does provide enough “modern” comfort for those short week-long trips to Burning Man.

Overall, I think these will become more popular if they could make it affordable for your everyday working man/woman.

These C

Click Here to Read Full Article

Leave a comment