Walk...Don't Run

Excitement is creating as 2008 unfolds. IGN.com is feeding the frenzy by listing the XBOX 360 Most Anticipated Games of 2008.









Here are the games I am looking forward to in 2008:
4-Mar-08 Army of Two Electronic Arts Action
11-Mar-08 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 Ubisoft Shooter
25-Mar-08 Viking: Battle for Asgard SEGA Action
1-Apr-08 Halo 3 Heroic Map Pack II Microsoft Shooter
1-Apr-08 Tom Clancy's EndWar Ubisoft Strategy
29-Apr-08 Grand Theft Auto IV Rockstar Games Action
TBA 2008 Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena, The Vivendi Games Shooter
TBA 2008 Unreal Tournament III Midway Games Shooter


Microcar Defends Against Roller-Skating Ninjas

Now this is just WEIRD! How to Escape Microcar-Attacking Ninjas on Roller Skates is quite the video. This video takes Saturday afternoon KungFu to a whole new level.

[via Digg]

Coffee Snobs of the World Unite

As I drink more coffee, I am more particular about it. I got a french press for my birthday and it has brought coffee to a whole new level. I am also thinking of roasting my own beans to get closer and closer to freshness. Check out what Moertel has to say about good coffee.

[via Digg]


Online Cell Phone Migrator for New Phones

Well if you got a new cell phone for Christmas, then igotanewphoneforchristmas.com can help transfer your contacts. Sweet!

[via Geek.com]

AVG Pro for FREE

The title SAYS it all!

"AVG Pro usually goes for $29.95, but Computeract!ve is giving away free licensed copies through Jan 17, 2008. Good luck getting their download link to work, but fortunately CyberNet has pointed us to a couple of mirrors."
- DownloadSquad

[via DownloadSquad]

Secunia Insecure Application Notifier

I tried out Secunia to see what software that I had that was not the most patched version. The first past of the Secunia scan showed about a dozen applications. Secunia also has wizard updaters for most of the outdated apps as well to make updates even easier for non-technical users. LifeHacker also had links to updaters such as File Hippo Update Checker and UpdateStar.

[via Geek.com] [via LifeHacker]