GTA4 Phone Numbers

•April 21, 2009 • Leave a Comment
    Bean Machine Coffee: 555-0110
    Emergency Services: Dial “911” to summon the police, fire department, or an ambulance.
    Express Car Service: 555-2222
    Express Car Service: 555-3333
    Fire Proof Doors: 555-5700
    Hero Shop: 555-8575
    LCPD Recruitment: 555-RECRUIT
    Liberty Construction: 555-1274-73
    No Problemo Bail Bonds: 555-945-733-92
    Storage: 555-221-3877
    Superb Deli: 555-4674
    The Serrated Edge: 1-800-555-5555
    Used Auto Parts: 555-7300
    Vinewood Laundromat: 555-5123
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SAY GOODBYE TO ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE

•June 23, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Here is a compiled list of software that will not only allow you to do everything Adobe Creative Suite allows, but it also costs less. Uhmm….actually it happens that they are all free.

GOODBYE ADOBE

Sirius Top 100 Hair Metal Songs

•May 30, 2008 • 1 Comment

1. “ROUND AND ROUND” – RATT
2. “GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS” – MOTLEY CRUE
3. “18 AND LIFE” – SKID ROW
4. “CHERRY PIE” – WARRANT
5. “NOBODY’S FOOL” – CINDERELLA
6. “METAL HEALTH” – QUIET RIOT
7. “FOOLIN” – DEF LEPPARD
8. “WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE” – GUNS N’ ROSES
9. “STILL OF THE NIGHT” – WHITESNAKE
10. “ROCK YOU LIKE A HURRICANE” – SCORPIONS
11. “UP ALL NIGHT” – SLAUGHTER
12. “TURN UP THE RADIO” – AUTOGRAPH
13. “DR. FEELGOOD” – MOTLEY CRUE
14. “I WANNA ROCK” – TWISTED SISTER
15. “EVERY ROSE HAS IT’S THORN” – POISON
16. “YOU’RE IN LOVE” – RATT
17. “IN MY DREAMS” – DOKKEN
18. “YOUTH GONE WILD” – SKID ROW
19. “CUM ON FEEL THE NOIZE” – QUIET RIOT
20. “ROCK OF AGES” – DEF LEPPARD

21. “GYPSY ROAD” – CINDERELLA
22. “HOME SWEET HOME” – MOTLEY CRUE
23. “NO ONE LIKE YOU” – SCORPIONS
24. “WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE” – BON JOVI
25. “BACK FOR MORE” – RATT
26. “WE’RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT” – TWISTED SISTER
27. “TALK DIRTY TO ME” – POISON
28. “I REMEMBER YOU” – SKID ROW
29. “SWEET CHILD O’ MINE” – GUNS N’ ROSES
30. “HERE I GO AGAIN” – WHITESNAKE
31. “WILD SIDE” – MOTLEY CRUE
32. “PHOTOGRAPH” – DEF LEPPARD
33. “SHAKE ME” – CINDERELLA
34. “STILL LOVING YOU” – SCORPIONS
35. “LAY IT DOWN” – RATT
36. “HEADED FOR A HEARTBREAK” – WINGER
37. “RUNAWAY” – BON JOVI
38. “PARADISE CITY” – GUNS N’ ROSES
39. “NOTHING BUT A GOOD TIME” – POISON
40. “MODERN DAY COWBOY” – TESLA
41. “SHOUT AT THE DEVIL” – MOTLEY CRUE
42. “INTO THE FIRE” – DOKKEN
43. “BRINGIN’ ON THE HEARTBREAK” – DEF LEPPARD
44. “SOMEBODY SAVE ME” – CINDERELLA
45. “SLOW AN’ EASY” – WHITESNAKE
46. “ROCK ME” – GREAT WHITE
47. “UNCLE TOM’S CABIN” – WARRANT
48. “JET CITY WOMAN” – QUEENSRYCHE
49. “LOVIN’ YOU IS A DIRTY JOB” – RATT
50. “FALLEN ANGEL” – POISON
51. “TOO YOUNG TO FALL IN LOVE” – MOTLEY CRUE
52. “LOVE SONG” – TESLA
53. “HEAVEN’S ON FIRE” – KISS
54. “TOO LATE FOR LOVE” – DEF LEPPARD
55. “SEVENTEEN” – WINGER
56. “DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU GOT TILL IT’S GONE” – CINDERELLA
57. “POUR SOME SUGAR ON ME” – DEF LEPPARD
58. “ALONE AGAIN” – DOKKEN
59. “ONCE BITTEN, TWICE SHY” – GREAT WHITE
60. “LIVIN’ ON A PRAYER” – BON JOVI
61. “FOOL FOR YOUR LOVING” – WHITESNAKE
62. “KICKSTART MY HEART” – MOTLEY CRUE
63. “I LOVE IT LOUD” – KISS
64. “HOUSE OF PAIN” – FASTER PUSSYCAT
65. “LOOK WHAT THE CAT DRAGGED IN” – POISON
66. “FLY TO THE ANGELS” – SLAUGHTER
67. “DOWN BOYS” – WARRANT
68. “COMING HOME” – CINDERELLA
69. “LITTLE SUZI” – TESLA
70. “DON’T CLOSE YOUR EYES” – KIX
71. “FANTASY” – ALDO NOVA
72. “CLOSE MY EYES FOREVER” – LITA FORD/OZZY OSBOURNE
73. “HOLE HEARTED” – EXTREME
74. “SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN” – POISON
75. “YOU GIVE LOVE A BAD NAME” – BON JOVI
76. “WAIT” – WHITE LION
77. “EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU” – UGLY KID JOE
78. “SAME OL’ SITUATION (S.O.S.)” – MOTLEY CRUE
79. “NOVEMBER RAIN” – GUNS N’ ROSES
80. “LICK IT UP” – KISS
81. “IS THIS LOVE” – WHITESNAKE
82. “SIGNS” – TESLA
83. “SILENT LUCIDITY” – QUEENSRYCHE
84. “BAD MEDICINE” – BON JOVI
85. “I WON’T FORGET YOU” – POISON
86. “KISS ME DEADLY” – LITA FORD
87. “HEAVEN” – WARRANT
88. “THE FINAL COUNTDOWN” – EUROPE
89. “CAT’S IN THE CRADLE” – UGLY KID JOE
90. “TO BE WITH YOU” – MR. BIG
91. “TEARS ARE FALLING” – KISS
92. “THE BALLAD OF JAYNE” – L.A. GUNS
93. “I WANT ACTION” – POISON
94. “WHEN THE CHILDREN CRY” – WHITE LION
95. “HUNGRY” – WINGER
96. “MORE THAN WORDS” – EXTREME
97. “NAUGHTY, NAUGHTY” – DANGER DANGER
98. “LOVE OF A LIFETIME” – FIREHOUSE
99. “WILD WORLD” – MR. BIG
100. “SMOOTH UP IN YA” – BULLETBOYS

Sirius Top 100 Metal Songs

•May 30, 2008 • Leave a Comment

1. Slayer: “Raining Blood”
2. Black Sabbath: “War Pigs”
3. Metallica: “Master of Puppets”
4. Pantera: “Walk”
5. Iron Maiden: “The Trooper”
6. Megadeth: “Holy Wars”
7. Motorhead: “Ace Of Spades”
8. Anthrax: “Caught In A Mosh”
9. Sepultura: “Refuse/Resist”
10. Judas Priest: “Screaming For Vengence”
11. Black Sabbath: “Black Sabbath”
12. Metallica: “One”
13. Pantera: “Cowboys From Hell”
14. Slayer: “Angel Of Death”
15. Megadeth: “Peace Sells”
16. Iron Maiden: “Number Of The Beast”
17. Pantera: “Cemetary Gates”
18. Metallica: “For Whom The Bells Toll”
19. Testament: “Into The Pit”
20. Anthrax: “I Am The Law”
21. Judas Priest: “Painkiller”
22. Slayer: “Chemical Warfare”
23. Black Sabbath: “Heaven And Hell”
24. Pantera: “Domination”
25. Megadeth: “Hanger 18”
26. Exodus: “Toxic Waltz”
27. Metallica: “Creeping Death”
28. Machine Head: “Davidian”
29. Slayer: “South of Heaven”
30. Sepultura: “Territory”
31. Iron Maiden: “Two Minutes To Midnight”
32. Pantera: “I’m Broken”
33. Metallica: “Battery”
34. Korn: “Blind”
35. Slayer: “War Ensemble”
36. Exodus: “Bonded By Blood”
37. Slipknot: “Heretic Anthem”
38. Dio: “Holy Diver”
39. Sepultura: “Roots Bloody Roots”
40. Pantera: “This Love”
41. Testament: “Disciples of the Watch”
42. Megadeth: “Symphony of Destruction”
43. Metallica: “Fade To Black”
44. Type O Negative: “Black No. 1”
45. Pantera: “Mouth For War”
46. Fear Factory: “Replica”
47. Anthrax: “Indians”
48. Slayer: “Seasons In The Abyss”
49. Lamb Of God: “Black Label”
50. Hatebreed: “I Will Be Heard”
51. Suicidal Tendencies: “You Can’t Bring Me Down”
52. Megadeth: “Wake Up Dead”
53. Black Sabbath: “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath”
54. Anthrax: “Madhouse”
55. At The Gates: “Slaughter of the Soul”
56. Sepultura: “Dead Embryonic Cells”
57. Opeth: “Deliverance”
58. Metallica: “Hit The Lights”
59. Napalm Death: “Greed Killing”
60. Slipknot: “Spit It Out”
61. Carcass: “Heartwork”
62. Danzig: “Mother (live)”
63. System of a Down: “Sugar”
64. Cannibal Corpse: “Hammer Smashed Face”
65. Celtic Frost: “Procreation of the Wicked”
66. Death: “The Philosopher”
67. Venom: “Welcome To Hell”
68. Motorhead: “Overkill”
69. Iron Maiden: “Wrathchild”
70. Ministry: “Just One Fix”
71. Deftones: “7 Words”
72. Testament: “Practice What You Preach”
73. Prong: “Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck”
74. Biohazard: “Punishment”
75. Corrosion of Conformity: “Albatross”
76. Soulfly: “Eye For An Eye”
77. Voivod: “Tribal Convictions”
78. Morbid Angel: “Chapel of Ghouls”
79. Helmet: “Unsung”
80. Mercyful Fate: “Evil”
81. Deicide: “Dead by Dawn”
82. Overkill: “Rotten To The Core”
83. Meshuggah: “Future Breed Machine”
84. Lamb Of God: “Now You’ve Got Something To Die For”
85. Kreator: “Pleasure to Kill”
86. Life Of Agony: “River Runs Red”
87. Manowar: “Kill With Power”
88. Annilhilator: “Allison Hell”
89. Melvins: “Honey Bucket”
90. Entombed: “Wolverine Blues”
91. Mudvayne: “Dig”
92. Cradle Of Flith: “From The Cradle To Enslave”
93. Gwar: “Maggots”
94. Cro-Mags: “We Gotta Know”
95. Mastodon: “Iron Tusk”
96. Shadows Fall: “What Drives The Weak”
97. Sick Of It All: “Stratch The Surface”
98. Static-X: “Push It”
99. Killswitch Engage: “Fixation On The Darkness”
100. Neurosis: “Through Silver In Blood”

Synergy

•May 16, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Synergy lets you easily share a single mouse and keyboard between multiple computers with different operating systems, each with its own display, without special hardware. It’s intended for users with multiple computers on their desk since each system uses its own monitor(s). Redirecting the mouse and keyboard is as simple as moving the mouse off the edge of your screen. Synergy also merges the clipboards of all the systems into one, allowing cut-and-paste between systems. Furthermore, it synchronizes screen savers so they all start and stop together and, if screen locking is enabled, only one screen requires a password to unlock them all.

Synergy @ Sourceforge

Virtual Box

•May 16, 2008 • Leave a Comment

VirtualBox is a general-purpose full virtualizer for x86 hardware. Targeted at server, desktop and embedded use, it is now the only professional-quality virtualization solution that is also Open Source Software. Some of the features of VirtualBox are: Modularity. VirtualBox has an extremely modular design with well-defined internal programming interfaces and a client/server design. This makes it easy to control it from several interfaces at once: for example, you can start a virtual machine in a typical virtual machine GUI and then control that machine from the command line, or possibly remotely. VirtualBox also comes with a full Software Development Kit: even though it is Open Source Software, you don’t have to hack the source to write a new interface for VirtualBox. Virtual machine descriptions in XML. The configuration settings of virtual machines are stored entirely in XML and are independent of the local machines. Virtual machine definitions can therefore easily be ported to other computers. Guest Additions for Windows and Linux. VirtualBox has special software that can be installed inside Windows and Linux virtual machines to improve performance and make integration much more seamless. Among the features provided by these Guest Additions are mouse pointer integration and arbitrary screen solutions (e.g. by resizing the guest window). Shared folders. Like many other virtualization solutions, for easy data exchange between hosts and guests, VirtualBox allows for declaring certain host directories as “shared folders”, which can then be accessed from within virtual machines

Virtual Box

DailyRotation

•May 9, 2008 • Leave a Comment

DailyRotation is basically a html based rss aggregator. It gives an large list of RSS Feeds by default, but you can also add your own. It takes those feeds and displays them on a web page. You can also create a user and and save your preferences and feeds and then login anywhere and have your setting no matter where you are.

Daily Rotation