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Archive for October, 2009

Call of Duty 4 – The Creek Rock Glitch’s

Monday, October 26th, 2009 | Gaming, Videos with 1 Comment

The other night I was playing Call of Duty 4 on the map called The Creek when I go shot out of no where… I watched my kill cam and found that the guy shot me through the rocks along the back of the map. I instantly thought WTF? so I found the glitch and wanted to share it with anyone who is looking to do the same thing.

An Amazing Collection of 404 Error Pages

Sunday, October 25th, 2009 | Blogging, Creative with No Comments »

404 error page

Since I redesigned my blog (the one you’re reading) I decided to spice up my 404 error page (shown above). Below is a collection of over 200 different 404 error pages.

Here is a great article about Google and how they show you ways to Make your 404 pages more useful. Do you have a creative 404 error page? If so then leave a link in the comments!

Metro 2033 : First Trailer

Saturday, October 24th, 2009 | Gaming, Videos with 1 Comment

The above trailer for Metro 2033 looks like it would be an awesome game… However, I haven’t found much information one it except that shacknews states that it may be released “early 2010“. I haven’t played Fallout 3 but from the setting in the video above it looks very similar.

How to Fix / Unfreeze your iPhone

Friday, October 23rd, 2009 | electronics, iphone with No Comments »

iphone buttons

I don’t know about you but, my iphone has froze up several times since i’ve bought it. It usually happens once I update my apps or add a new one and run it for the first time. I’ve been told to unfreeze it by holding the home button for 10 seconds and it will work… well It worked probably the first time but after that it didn’t do the trick for me. So now what I do is holding the sleep and home button down at the same time for about 5 – 10 seconds and then it restarts itself.

I haven’t tried this but over at CNET they mention the following… If you toggle the following two settings it can result in a reduction in or complete elimination of freezes:

  • Tap Settings on the home screen. Tap General. Tap Auto-Lock. Set to “Never.”
  • Tap Settings on the home screen. Tap Brightness. Turn Auto-Brightness off.

Like I said I haven’t tried the above two suggestions I only know that “holding the sleep and home button down at the same time” worked for me :)