Halo 2 or Work?

I guess this: answers this. 🙂



This is interesting. Can you get in? 🙂


Remote Record Works!

Sitting on the couch tonigh, my wife asks, “Can you record Fear Factor on that machine of yours?” I say sure and I use Remote Record to set the recording from my laptop. The show gets recorded on the Media Center  and we’re watching it now through the Xbox Media Extender.  🙂 


Xbox Media Center Extender Video

I spent most of my vacation this holiday rebuilding my computer systems and network. I installed Windows Media Center Extender on my living room Xbox and on my Media Center 2005 PC. The results have been absolutely amazing. I’m demoing the finished system to my wife and kids and they’re currently watching the old home…


Amazing Xbox Stats from Major Nelson

Check this out … Some cool Xbox stats…. For the 13th consecutive month, Xbox grew its share of year-over-year monthly console sales — climbing an additional 19 percent compared to last year — and hitting a 41 percent share in November. Market share on a year-to-date basis for Xbox increased from 24 percent in 2003…


Halo 2 Recent Games

So I’ve added my recent Halo 2 games to my blog page. It’s pretty cool that you can acually get an RSS feed of your Halo 2 stats, and it’s even more interesting that you can use something like Newsgator to get them to show up on your blog page. Greg Reinacker has the details…


Halo 2 Guide to Multiplayer Medals

Check this guide out for the medals you can earn this weekend playing Halo 2 online. My gamer tag is Brize if anybody wants to say hi. 🙂


Halo 2 vs. Half-Life 2

Well, it’s not really like that, but Steve posted that he’s tempted to get an Xbox simply to play Halo 2. I’m having similar pains over Half-Life 2. My beautiful wife picked up a copy of Halo 2 for me this morning at Target. On my home PC, I’ve got a ready to activate copy…


Way cool concept…

Check this out. It’s called Yourself Fitness. It’s an exercise game with a personal trainer. This is something I might actually use. 🙂 Yourself!Fitness brings the expertise of a personal trainer to your home with the first health and fitness game for the Xbox. Your virtual personal trainer, Maya, will build a fully interactive fitness…


Steve Makofsky Links to Widescreen Gaming Sites

OK, this is just what I needed. I don’t have an actual widescreen TV, but I did get a widescreen monitor that I’m really liking a lot. Now my laptop and my desktop both do 1280 by 768 resolution. Steve found some resources for making games work at the widescreen resolutions. In messing around with…