briman

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About briman

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  • Birthday 02/08/1969
  1. briman

    Whats up?

    Just thought I would stop by and say hi. Been out of the country for a few months. I see everyone is hooked on a new game....worth buying? briman/ species8472
  2. briman

    C&C Generals

    I should have somewhere
  3. yea that was funny...not sure how you backstabbed me when I was above you
  4. she was the on asking about you the other night
  5. TF2 on da Big screen:grinner: and oxide got a double kill....Woot http://brianpavelka.com/wmdstuff/01.jpg Here is the full gig samsung 32" and 2 dell 2001fp http://brianpavelka.com/wmdstuff/02.jpg
  6. briman

    Oi!

    welcome back
  7. I could be a target for practice if ya want
  8. Just announced at this year's GDC, OnLive is an on-demand gaming service. It's essentially the gaming version of cloud computing - everything is computed, rendered and housed online. In its simplest description, your controller inputs are uploaded, a high-end server takes your inputs and plays the game, and then a video stream of the output is sent back to your computer. Think of it as something like Youtube or Hulu for games. In its simplest form, instead of your computer or console computing anything, it just streams the video in the service's "cloud", which you control with a mouse and keyboard, controller, or whatever. No downloading, no requiring high-end hardware (or really hardware at all). Multiple developers/publishers have signed on to releasing their games on the service when it launches in the winter. Holy crap, this is amazing. Just announced at this year's GDC, OnLive is an on-demand gaming service. It's essentially the gaming version of cloud computing - everything is computed, rendered and housed online. In its simplest description, your controller inputs are uploaded, a high-end server takes your inputs and plays the game, and then a video stream of the output is sent back to your computer. Think of it as something like Youtube or Hulu for games. http://pc.ign.com:80/articles/965/965535p1.html http://www.gametrailers.com:80/player/47080.html http://www.gametrailers.com:80/player/47082.html
  9. briman

    New Blackberry

    so what are you using to rip the ringtones?
  10. briman

    New Blackberry

    So work has set me up with a 8330 and I was wondering if any one else has one and what good apps they are using. I have already download opera mini, vlingo, and google. Also, where are you grabbing your ring tones? or are you using a ringtone maker. I have checked out a couple sites but havnt sighned up with anyone. Voice, data, text is not a prob I am set up unlimited on all 3 :grinner: Thanks bman
  11. Looks nice smokey.... My Fx-60 with an AGP bus is about due for an overhaul
  12. found L3 tele very useful in a match last night....I switched to Ng to upgrade then swithed back to Sod and took it to the front lines before the gates on DB opened:grinner: No one ever had to wait:grinner: