My pride and joy: Technics SL-1200M3D

I just wanted to show off some "glamour" shots of my turntable. It maybe considered a DJ deck but it sure sounds sweet. I replaced the stock slip mat with a Herbie's Way Exellent Mat II and am using Herbie's SuperSonic Record Stabilizer too. I highly recommend the combo as it has gotten rid of… Continue reading My pride and joy: Technics SL-1200M3D

Review: Null Audio Studio Lune Cable

Buying Experience: After perusing Head-fi for months, I finally decided to order from Null Audio Studios even though there wasn't too many reviews on the cable, the feedback that I gathered is that the cable is definitely worth the upgrade. I browsed the website for a couple of days before deciding to pull the trigger… Continue reading Review: Null Audio Studio Lune Cable

Google Censoring Torrent Searches

A few days ago, Google began censoring search results with the word "torrent" in the query. Although this is only for their auto-complete and Google Instant searches, it shows something more disturbing. Why would Google block searches on torrents? Their business model is built on selling ads on search results pages so Google has no incentive to… Continue reading Google Censoring Torrent Searches

Top 10 Mac Apps of 2010

Below is a list of the applications that got me through 2010. Some are oldies that have gotten even better and some I have discovered this year. These are the top ten Macintosh applications that I cannot live without. Be sure to tell us what applications are in your top ten! Click to continue reading.… Continue reading Top 10 Mac Apps of 2010

Alternative to GrowlMail

Every time Apple releases an OS update, GrowlMail breaks. It's been weeks since Mail 4.4 was released but GrowlMail has yet to be updated to work with the new version. I began poking around the Internets for an alternative and I found a pretty clever work around over at Macworld.com that I want to share.… Continue reading Alternative to GrowlMail

Republish: The Music Of His Life

*This is another article I wrote for my journalism class that I never had the chance to publish.  I really enjoyed interviewing Professor Joseph Huszti because he reminded of how much I loved music and playing the piano.  He is one of the most charismatic people that I have had the pleasure of interviewing.  Originally… Continue reading Republish: The Music Of His Life

Republish: Strained Evolution: How Big Media Is Struggling to Adapt

*Since UCI blogs expired my post that I wrote for my journalism class, I decided to republish it here. * Original Publish Date: 10 December 2009 It was a cold October morning when my alarm went off.  I instinctively pressed the button to silence the racket.  The clock read 7:00am.  Going through my normal routine,… Continue reading Republish: Strained Evolution: How Big Media Is Struggling to Adapt

Official Google Voice App, Finally On The iPhone

After many years, Apple has finally scratched off one reason not to go to an Android phone.  The official Google Voice app has finally landed in the Apple App Store.  For the most part, the app is great, though I would like to see some areas of improvement.  I have been using GV Connect by… Continue reading Official Google Voice App, Finally On The iPhone

Replace Your iPhone 4 Back Panel With A Cooler One

It took almost a month to get here but I have to say, it's worth it.  I originally saw this mod on Lifehacker and had to jump on it because it looked too damn cool.  The back panel was back ordered for weeks but took about a week to send from Hong Kong.  The price… Continue reading Replace Your iPhone 4 Back Panel With A Cooler One