Tuesday, April 21, 2009


I'm Not Here Anymore

Hey. Some people still come across this blog when searching for me. Unfortunately, I haven't posted here in quite some time and this content is a bit old.

If you want to find out what I'm up to, check out the following:

Info about me: whois.chadstoller.com
Sort of blog: www.chadstoller.com
Twitter: www.twitter.com/cstoller
Flickr: www.flickr.com/cstoller

See you there!

Wednesday, December 13, 2006


Where are the posts?

you can now find my postings over at threeminds

Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Microsoft execs slam Sony Blu-Ray strategy

The war of words between bitter rivals Microsoft and Sony has intensified, with top Xbox Europe execs launching an astonishing attack on the Japanese firm's decision to include its next-generation DVD technology in PlayStation 3 as standard.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2006


Nintendo launches casual games sub-brand for DS

Nintendo has announced a new
sub-brand for its DS games that is aimed to appeal to casual games. The "touch generation" lineup of games will applied to non-twitch and "pickup and play" type games. This announcement is hot on the heels of the very successful "Brain Age" launch in April of this year.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006


OLPC working prototypes demonstrated..

1st working model (OLPC)
Originally uploaded by Pete Barr-Watson.
Check out this Flickr gallery of working OLPC prototypes. There's some more information at Engadget as well.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006


Xbox 360 Hack - claim

I suppose it didn't take too long for someone to figure out how to get "back-up"/bootleg discs to run on the Xbox 360 and bypass the security and authentication process at boot.

This process is similar to the process identified earlier this year for modifying the original Xbox's DVD drive which involved overwriting the drive's firmware with a "built in" security check from an existing Xbox game.


DVR service without the DVR

Time Warner is quietly rolling out a new feature on its digital cable service for home subscribers called "Start Over" which allows subscribers to restart, rewind, and pause television programming.

The service doesn't support on-demand programming as this feature is intended to be used with live programming, but its interesting to see DVR hardware based services placed on the network side of the operation.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006


When flash mobs go right..

Flash mob stories tend to always end with a bit of chaos in order to get some quick and random attention. Here's an interesting story about a group of New Yorkers who got together and posed as Best Buy employees and invaded the Chelsea Best Buy store on 23rd street. The mob integrated the store and helped customers find their goods before they were evicted from the store.

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