Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Wanna Protest the Microsoft-Novell Patent Agreement?

This is starting to get really interesting....just look at some of the names on the list....I wonder how this will effect Novell's stock in the long run...will it help or hurt? This isn't going to effect MS in any bad way at best it will continue to scare possible Windows runaways into staying with MS....what are your thoughts?

Sign the Petition By Bruce Perens, creator of Electric Fence and Busybox

this starting to sprout all sorts of theories....
Test Center Tracker: Novell + MS = SCO II?

Saturday, November 18, 2006

My Grannie Has Gone Home

This is more of a celebration than a mourning....she was a follower of Christ and the strength in many Thomas' lives....I so look forward to seeing here in Heaven when I get there. My family however need your prayers.. look at the pic...its soooooo funny how much I look like her and I never noticed it until I took this picture with her and looked at it when I got home. It was taken months ago. my father has now lost his mother, his mommy, most definitely part of his heart. Please keep him in prayer and pray that I can be a source of strength for him in this time as we lay to rest the body of one of the most influential women in my life. Much love and God bless

From Grannie's Gon...

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Happy Begger Udates Encode360

Encode360, the next step in video transcoding

Encode360 is a slightly more automated method to re-encoding media to WMV compatible with the Xbox 360 than the previous wme360 batch file.

Some features:

* Automatically checks for necessary components (FFMpeg, FFDShow, WMCMD)
* Automatically determines the correct FPS to use when encoding
* Point the script at a folder and it'll encode all valid video file formats (Tested against Xvid and Divx. Others might have problems, but we can look into these as they happen)
* Drop a file onto it, and it'll encode just that file
* Select multiple files and drag/drop - it'll process them sequentially
* Ability to move encoded files to a separate folder
* Ability to move processed files to a separate folder

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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Are you ready for Windows Vista?

I just thought this was the funniest carton I've seen in a while.

Ready for Windows Vista?