Monthly Archive: April 2013

Amazon Prime’s User Interface and Recommended List

Amazon Prime’s User Interface and Recommended List

Just a quick follow up from our last post, Amazon Prime vs. Netflix. Here are a few pictures of my Amazon Prime’s interface for those thinking about subscribing to it.  I like it so far.  I think it’s worth the price of $79 a year, although you probably should utilize their other benefits with shipping and kindle, even better at...

Amazon Prime or Netflix, Which Video Streaming Service is Better?

Amazon Prime or Netflix, Which Video Streaming Service is Better?

Which is a better choice? Amazon Prime vs Netflix Personally, I like them both and find that each one has their own benefits and drawbacks that are quite annoying and can be a little frustrating to some.  First and foremost, they are located on Amazon’s servers.  So technically, Amazon has an edge there. For a look into Netflix’s servers on...

Custom Home Server Build with Windows Server 2012 and Ubuntu Linux

Custom Home Server Build with Windows Server 2012 and Ubuntu Linux

What Kind Of Dream Computer Would You Build For Your Home?  Specifically For Some Serious Web Development. I am working on designing a Dream Computer Build that involves a Custom Home Server using Windows Server 2012, Ubuntu Linux, Intel Xeon DataServer CPUs(although we are waiting for the newer 15 cores later this year), and a unique Workstation/Server combination setup. I use...

The Continued Debate On Torrents and Piracy

The Continued Debate On Torrents and Piracy

The BTJunkie site was many people’s favorite Torrent site.  It’s been a little over a year since it was voluntarily shutdown and you may have noticed that some of your favorite music torrents aren’t there anymore, also because of the shutdown of Demonoid last year. While many proponents would say that justice is being served and corporations are now getting the...