Congratulations to the winner of 3dGameMan Giveaway #63. The 3dGameMan.com member winners are; Blostorm (wins the Krypton) & arnaud (wins the Carbon). Please email email@example.com with "Giveaway #63" in the subject and include your full name (first and last), username, complete address, email and telephone number.
For those that didn't win, there will be another giveaway.
"In this interview, Thomas Thor explains what’s in the secret sauce of Crucial.com’s award-winning consumer tools, the Crucial Memory Advisor and Crucial System Scanner. He also tells how we came to offer a whopping 250,000 upgrades for 50,000 desktops, laptops, servers, tablets, netbooks and other computers."
"A report in the online edition of the Addictive Behaviors journal showed a survey done by the Weill Cornell Medical College headed by Dr. Jennifer Epstein linking the use of computers to teenage drinking. In the activity that they conducted, teens aged 13 to 17 years old who had their share of alcoholic beverages in the last month also registered more hours spent on a computer, not including school-related work done using it.
Palit Microsystems Ltd, leading company in graphics card manufacturer, announces the overclocking contest for fans of Palit VGA. The competition runs 4 weeks from Jun 3rd to Jul 2nd. Using most fabulous Palit VGA cards to join this contest, the best of overclockers will win the contest for prizes.
"Carl Ippolito, 52, a youth baseball umpire, returned to his car after a game to find his iPhone was missing. With a regular phone, the story would have ended there, but luckily (for we the media that is, not Ippolito) Ippolito had an iPhone, and so did his son. Together the pair used Find My iPhone on his son’s iPhone to track Carl’s missing phone to an alley near a lumber yard. There Ippolito came upon hapless Brent Johnson, 27, who just happened to be talking on an iPhone. What happened next is pure awesomeness:
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All future video reviews will be posted on the http://www.3dGameMan... site approximately 2 weeks before they are posted on the 3dGameMan YouTube channel. So if you want to check out new content head over to http://www.3dGameMan.... This way both sites can co-exist and hopefully everyone is happy.
At the moment most future 3dGameMan YouTube videos will be unlisted. If you wish to view 3dGameMan videos in the future, please visit the http://www.3dGameMan... website. This decide was not made lightly, but I'm going back to basics and if you want to view 3dGameMan content, you'll need to visit the website. Fans of 3dGameMan already do this, but my hope is YouTubers will as well.
Please be aware that I'll be posting YouTube bulletins when a new video/video review is posted. So you YouTuber's won't be left in the dark, so to speak. But you'll still need to visit the 3dGameMan.com site to view the video/video review. So this will keep everyone in the loop. Also remember that everything gets posted on the 3dGameMan twitter, facebook and RSS feeds as well. Your comments are welcome.
I've been meaning to do this video tutorial of the 3dGameMan.com site for a while. Note that the site will still be tweaked from time to time. So unless there are major changes this site tutorial should give you a better overview of the site. It should allow newbies to browser the site a little easier and make it a useful tool for finding reviews and other information.
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