Thursday, June 26, 2008

The Gayest GTA IV ever -GTA IV gay version

The Gayest GTA IV ever -GTA IV gay version in a VIDEO

Maybe, we found it funny, the video was exceptional enjoyable because we remember and get reminded, for the first time we played Grand Theft Auto. After a brief visit to Best Buys game stores we enthusiastically, paly the game for the first time.

Without any real concept of the game, but a huge desire to slip into a dark and rough roads in a very fast car, walked around the city Clueless sense of ATMs and search the car so much that we have a car.

In a few days on foot in various parts of the city and several visits to the farm shop, we decided to press freedom, and a call to a friend from fifteen years, son, we knew was a great player, GTA ask about the location of ATMs and those that could Buy things that you need to be in the game.

Apparently we have the wrong approach, as we are told that there are no ATMs in Grand Theft Auto, and that if we want to create a vehicle that we should steal "simply someone's nest." Ah, it is now clear, it seems, our lack of "Go" instincts are criminals expensive cost us the game. So, perhaps, explains why this video with soft Grand Theft Auto children seemed quite logical for us. Maybe we should only play into the Sims stupid softness more.

Is it us or does the voice sound kind of like Danny Tanner from Full House?

Sunday, June 8, 2008

1 out of 5 Americans Never heard of Emails

Survey: One-Fifth of Americans Have Never Used E-Mail

By Steven Musil, CNET

The digital divide is apparently alive and well.

About 20 percent of all U.S. heads of household have never sent an e-mail, and about 20 million households, or 18 percent, are without Internet access, according to a study released in May.

Survey: One-fifth of Americans have never used e-mail (© CNET Networks)

Similar percentages of respondents also indicated that they had never looked up a Web site or information on the Internet, the survey found.

Age and education were significant factors cited in the study, which was conducted by researcher Parks Associates. Half of those who have never used e-mail are older than 65, and 56 percent had no formal education beyond a high-school level, the telephone survey found.

"Nearly one out of three household heads has never used a computer to create a document," John Barrett, director of research at Parks Associates, said in a statement. "These data underscore the significant digital divide between the connected majority and the homes in the unconnected minority that rarely, if ever, use a computer."

Just 7 percent of the 20 million households without Internet access indicated during the survey that they plan to subscribe to an Internet service within the next 12 months. However, the study noted a steady decline in the number of disconnected households when comparing findings with previous years; the 2006 survey found that 31 million households, or 29 percent, of all U.S. households were without Internet access.

"Internet connections have slowly increased in U.S. households, but getting the disconnected minority online will continue to be difficult," Barrett said in the statement. "Age and economics are important factors, but the heart of the challenge is deeper. Many people just don't see a reason to use computers and do not associate technology with the needs and demands of their daily lives."