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Author Archives: Adam
Where to get pre-made Windows virtual machines for free and what you can do with them.
11 years since its predecessor, 4 years in the making, and 25 hours of gameplay–does this highly-anticipated game live up to expectations?
The new theme for AdamTheTech.com is live! There is still a lot of work to do with the new theme, but the basic framework is now up and running. Enjoy!
A meticulous step-by-step tutorial on how to embed dll files in a C# WinForms application in Visual Studio 2008.
AdamTheTech.com is now live! Currently, AdamTheTech.com features over 100 articles written by Adam going back to 2004. The site’s template will remain as one of the default WordPress templates for now. The newest article–completely unique to AdamTheTech.com–is an Introduction to Social Networking. Enjoy!
Pandora.com is quite a nice web application. If you’re not familiar with Internet Radio, it’s a way to stream music to your computer according to may want to listen to, without having to create mixes of music on your own. Most of the time, there’s no audio advertising, which was one upside to mixing your…Read More »
While TinyURLs can sometimes be handy and short and pretty to pass around and post in your blog, they also effectively hide the original URL. What this means, is that sometimes, people can hide all sorts of URLs behind it, including those you may not really want to visit. Here are two ways you can…Read More »
Here’s an interesting site that’s useful in a pinch for determining whether or not a certain game will be able to run on your hardware: Can You Run It. Basically, you select the game from the dropdown and hit the “can you run it” button. This will work in either IE or Firefox (sorry Opera…Read More »
Sometimes, unplugging everything from your PC and opening it up just to find out what the model of the motherboard or PCI card is turns out to be a real pain. There are a few utilities out there that you can simply run and they will tell you what hardware and software live in your…Read More »
Tired of the same ol’ games you’ve been playing for months? Can’t find anything new to play? You’re in luck–Wikipedia has two lists of free games that you can download and play. And no, most of them don’t fall under the category of cheesy flash-based games on the web. Many of them are similar to…Read More »