Archive for March, 2015

Music and Weather

Posted: 14th March 2015 in Personal

I found this radio station while looking at the Carl Cox website, its called Mixcloud is actually quite good.  I just got back home from Lisburn Bow Street Mall.  I tried out one of those massage chairs it costs £1.00 pounds for 5 minutes they are also good.  It was fecking freezing here today and still is, its 5c here now (brrrrrr) and the other day it was nice and sunny, the weather is up the left here.

will add more content tomorrow, bye all…

WordPress

Posted: 12th March 2015 in PS3 Gaming

I really enjoy using WordPress it’s so easy to use and you can edit your site within the browser and you can install your themes if they are in zip format.  So if you where downloading a new theme, instead of extracting the whole theme to a folder, I just save them as a zip in my themes folder.

I could sit here all day and type about how brilliant WordPress is, you can get a free site from WordPress and you can play around with it.

Have fun !

 

Domain

Posted: 11th March 2015 in PS3 Gaming

I found my other domain – moonoverwater.com have not decided what to do with it yet.

Good Morning

Posted: 10th March 2015 in PS3 Gaming

it’s 09:23am here and what a beautiful morning it is, the skies are blue and the sun is out, the tempature is 4c (cold).  I was on Google Play last night looking for new books to read, so I went to the book section and typed in “free books” and about 120 showed up that where all free.  I found a book that teaches the basic skills of wordpress it had about 63 pages and within 30 minutes I had it completed, so for those of you whom are using wordpress for the first time, I would recommend it.

Just search “free wordpress books” they also have a free html5 book and some other good one’s so check it out.

I normally read paper books and first time last night I downloaded from Google Play and it found it easy enough to read the books on my phone.

Sony Aqua M2

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It’s a good phone I have some cool appz and the music quality is very crisp.

I have to go out soon, so will post more later when I return…

High cholesterol

Posted: 9th March 2015 in Personal

I had an appointment this morning at 9:40am to see a cholesterol prof in the RVH (hospital).  When I arrived they took my height, weight and blood pressure, they said the blood pressure was a wee bit high, probably due to me being nervous.  Then I was called by the prof a tall woman about 53 years old, she asked me what food I ate, so I told her.  They then took a blood test and I was told that she would send me a letter when the results came back.  And if it was high they would put me on a diet and for me to eat more fruits etc (which I don’t, but I will).

So now I’m sitting here listening 2 some music and trying to relax abit…

I played some Battlefield 4 last night, was gonna get you guys/gals/other some screenshots of the game, but it was really a laggy server and I had to quit.  So maybe next time…

Slan go foil (Bye for now in Irish) come back soon.

I would say I am a Hardcore Gamer, I mostly enjoy war games and sometimes driving games.  The best driving game I have played was Colin McRae Rally that was back in the days.  And I would say the first war game I played was Cannon Fodder such a good game.  I can’t recall the name of the games I had on my C64 that was a long time ago.

I can remember using a BBC Microcomputer System in primary school when I was about 5 years old and the game we played was racing (screenshot below).

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Back in the days that game was Elite LOL (Laughing Out Loud).

My best computer was the Amiga 1200 I learned to do 2D animation on it and enjoyed using Deluxe Paint aswell.

I remember when my parents bought me a Pentium 3 mmx I was like wow this is so cool, then I got connected to the net through AOL they where my first isp.  I had a 36.6k modem in the days that was fast, agh dial up.  So I had the cable from the modem running across the landing and connected to my mum’s phone line, so each time she had to make a call the cable was pulled out.

When I first connected to the Net I used the hyper terminal I had this number that I connected to the dude was from Derry (Northern Ireland).  So me and him would chat daily about different things and others would join us in a chat room and discuss a range of different topics.

I have been about as one could say, and I have experienced alot of things, but we won’t get into that now, maybe later.

The computer that I have now was custom built for gaming, here are the specs:

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
Intel i5 Quad-Core Processor
8GB DDR3 ram
1 TB Hard Drive
AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series 2 gig
Arctic Power Pro 750W PSU
Blu-Ray Drive
Coolmaster Case

The last thing I upgraded was the Graphic Card, cost me inc installation £250 pounds I could have installed it myself just didn’t want to blow myself up hehe.  In the past I have built computers and added new hardware etc, but it has been awhile back in 2002 I done it.

Here is a picture of my desk it is abit messy:

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I will add stuff each day if I remember, and take you through a journey into my world.  And if I find any cool sotfware or links I will share with you guys/gals/other / all for now check back soon…

PlayStation 3 Games

Posted: 8th March 2015 in PS3 Gaming

These are the PS3 Games that I have:

Assassin’s Creed – Not Completed

Final Fantasy – Not Completed

Gran Turismo 5 – Not Completed

GTA 4 – Completed

GTA 5 – Completed

Watch_Dogs – Not Played Yet

Killzone 2 – Not Played Yet

Resistance: Fall of Man – Not Played Yet

I would play more on the PC as I would my PS3 depending on the game.

 

PC Games

Posted: 8th March 2015 in PC Gaming

This is just a couple of the PC Games that I have on here and the ones that I am playing at this moment:

Battlefield 3
Battlefield 4 – Playing Multi Player
Crysis 3
Wolfenstein The New Order
Sniper Elite v2
Sniper Elite 3
Far Cry 3
Far Cry 4

I would play Battlefield 4 for about 8 hours per week

mIRC

Posted: 8th March 2015 in DALnet

mIRC is a popular Internet Relay Chat client used by millions of people, and thousands of organizations, to communicate, share, play and work with each other on IRC networks around the world.

I use the mIRC client to connect to the DALnet server, there is many servers available for you to connect too. You can search Google for mIRC Servers.

Using the diffrent chat rooms can be a fun place to meet new people from all over the world. Just be careful on what information you give too people, I’m not saying they are all bad. But just incase, the main term used is ASL? (Age, Sex, Location) which mine would be 40 m N.Ireland – Also don’t except files from people unless you trust them as this could be a virus or another nasty file ie; malware, adware.

Another thing would be pictures, for example if you are chatting to some and they say do you want to see my pic, click on my link exbt.images.com/example don’t click I wouldn’t as I said above it could be a virus etc, So if I said click on my link Me would you?

You can find me on the DALnet server in the following channels; #melbourne #technology #isla #new-davao my nick is zeroacid

“Plus in channels people can be who they want to be, they could lie about their age, sex and location.”

My advice be aware of people, as I said before they are not all bad, but there is bad people out there as we know, so happy chatting and stay safe.

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Posted: 7th March 2015 in PC Gaming

Release date – 5th May 2015

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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a standalone prequel to the critically acclaimed first-person action-adventure shooter, Wolfenstein: The New Order. The adventure, which spans eight chapters and two interconnected stories, features the hallmarks of MachineGames – thrilling action, immersive story and intense first-person combat. As war hero B.J. Blazkowicz, arm yourself with new weapons such as the bolt-action rifle and grenade-launching Kampfpistole as you attempt to thwart the advancing Nazi war machine, and take advantage of duel-wielding pipes that can be used for wall climbing – or for vicious take-downs of never-before-seen Nazi adversaries.

STORY:
The year is 1946 and the Nazis are on the brink of winning World War II. In an effort to turn the tide in the allies’ favor, B.J. Blazkowicz must embark on an epic, two-part mission deep within Bavaria….

Part one of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – Rudi Jäger and the Den of Wolves – pits BJ Blazkowicz against a maniacal prison warden as he breaks into Castle Wolfenstein in an attempt to steal the coordinates to General Deathshead’s compound. In part two – The Dark Secrets of Helga Von Schabbs – our hero’s search for the coordinates leads him to the city of Wulfburg where an obsessed Nazi archaeologist is exhuming mysterious artifacts that threaten to unleash a dark and ancient power.

KEY FEATURES:
The Action!
Experience MachineGames’ intense first-person combat as you brandish all-new Nazi-inspired weapons such as the bolt-action rifle, 1946 shotgun, and the grenade-launching Kampfpistole. Unlock your potential with a new set of perks for hi-octane action and vicious stealth take-downs.

The Adventure!
Expl ore breath-taking set pieces featuring rural Germanic towns, sprawling valleys tangled with cable cars and bridg es, ghostly catacombs, as well as a return to the iconic Castle Wolfenstein. Use dual-wielding metal pipes to navigate the world with brand new wall-climbing abilities.

The Terror!
Go up against a new cast of vicious villains and enemies, including legions of hulking new Super Soldiers, elite shock troops, drones and the darkest and most terrifying Nazi creations yet.