My pop passed away back in July. He will certainly be missed by all. It was published in the Daily Telegraph (as per below);
FOX, Norman Stanley 24th July 2011 Late of Panania Beloved husband to Lena. Loving father to Michelle and Henry. Cherished Pop to Michael, Peter, Melissa, Sarah and Emma. Aged 80 Years Relatives and friends are warmly invited to attend NORMAN’S Funeral Service to be held Thursday 28th July 2011 in the West Chapel of Rookwood Crematorium. Service at 11:00am.
I use to love playing Battlefield 2, however this game is a bit long in the tooth. And I built my new system to play Battlefield 3, when it comes out.
So to hold me over for a few months, I decided to purchase Battlefield Bad Company 2, as I heard from friends it is good (who play it). So I ordered it from ozgameshop (as recommended to me from another friend recently). It was $20.99 shipped to Australia. Good price.
Will post back my experiences with ozgameshop, however I am not expecting anything but a good experience, much like I have got with Play-Asia in the past, whom I also use from time to time.
I’d like to give a thanks to Arc Computers in Liverpool, who assisted me today with the swapping of a front case (and all associated cables/PCB’s) of a Fractal Design R3 Define case. My one had faulty USB ports, which I believe was due to the cable + PCB having issues. So they advised to bring it back in and they would swap it out. Sure enough they did today. And I am pleased to announce with it all installed back into my system, it’s working as expected.
Thanks, and will be happy to deal with them again in the future. Good prices and excellent service.
Was tinkering with VMware Workstation and when I was setting a Team found that the User Interface (UI) associated with aspects of teaming you cannot scale down smaller than a set limit. Which is somewhat annoying if you can’t fit the guests running with a reasonable resolution and still access them correctly.
It would appear Microsoft HyperV is now considered a leader by the Gartner Magic Quadrant for x86 Virtualization Infrastructure.
I must say I am not really surprised this might of happen, others might laugh or poke fun at it, but I knew like others Virtualization no matter the vendor would get more important as time went on. In fact I even thought Microsoft would gain more ground in this space, which was the primary reason I completed and attempted the MCITP for Virtualization last year.
Well done to Microsoft. You find the original link from the blog poster over at the following site here.