Subject: Editorial | December 23, 2005 - 04:24 PM | Ryan Shrout
While the benefits of working from home and owning your own business are well known to those who don't share in this world of ours, sometimes the problems associated with working at home and/or owning your own business are not. For example, are you eagerly awaiting a box of components to continue testing equipment with over the next four days so you can be ready for an article launch on the 27th? Do you find yourself NEVER without your CRACKberry answering emails and trying to set up meeting times for an upcoming convention even while sitting at dinner with friends? Maybe
Subject: Editorial | December 13, 2005 - 04:47 PM | Ryan Shrout
This past Sunday was my birthday and I celebrated it by sitting in the freezing cold with my girlfiend and dad at the Cincinnati Bengals game and then coming home to nap and watch football the rest of the evening. Is that what living is about?
I have an odd perspective on birthdays and holidays in that I generally don't get too worked up about them. I am considered a "scrooge" through out most of my family and friends though I don't think I really that bad; just not 'peppy' like the others. I do enjoy many parts of the holidays but much of the commercializatio
Subject: Editorial | November 24, 2005 - 01:43 PM | Ryan Shrout
Today, as I sit on the couch having just finished watching the Macy's Day Parade and now viewing re-runs of the World Series of Poker on ESPN, I am indeed very thankful for what I have. Over the past year PC Perspective has grown larger and better than where it started, and I owe that to the many people that are behind the site with me. Jon, Lee, Joe and Jeremy have helped me beyond what I can express, as have the other moderators and admins at the forums. And of course I have to thank our readers -- because without you we wouldn't be
Subject: Editorial | November 24, 2005 - 01:28 PM | Ryan Shrout
From everyone here at PC Perspective, I would like to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving holiday. It means a lot to all of us that you are here, especially on days like today.
If you are sitting around looking for something to do today, you can always check out the PC Perspective Forums and you'll surely find some like-minded people to talk tech, or anything else for that matter.
Subject: Editorial | November 23, 2005 - 04:44 PM | Ryan Shrout
Despite the fact that the Xb0x 360 was being released Tuesday morning, there was something slightly more exciting that I was looking forward to that day.
Play Chad Johnson of the Cincinnati Begals in Madden 2006.
I won a contest at the local Best Buy to play Chad Johnson during the Xbox 360 launch at the store.
Of course I couldn't let an oppurtunity like this pass me by without having a little fun...
Subject: Editorial | November 14, 2005 - 11:44 PM | Ryan Shrout
Ever since Amdmb was launched way, way back in the year 2000 I have had the goal of growing the site into one of the top online tech media in the US. When I was prepping to graduate with my Bachelor's Degree in CS and start working on the website full time, PC Perspective was launched in order to provide the platform that I felt was needed for the site to succeed at the levels I envisioned.
Subject: Editorial | October 14, 2005 - 01:56 PM | Ryan Shrout
Sorry it has been a while since I posted in here, I have just be swamped with work around here and the house for quite some time.
Since the last work-related post I made here the following articles have been published: Asus N7800GTX TOP Video Card Review, NVIDIA GeForce 6100 GPU Motherboard Chipset Preview, ATI CrossFire Review, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX Pre
Subject: Editorial | October 4, 2005 - 04:08 PM | Ryan Shrout
Rahul Sood, the founder of VoodooPC, has posted a blog entry on the lack of availability of CrossFire products. Even more interesting is the fact that even though his company is listed as a launch partner for CrossFire, they haven't even received samples yet.
When AMD, Intel, ATi, or NVIDIA launch something big, they always try to get companies like VoodooPC to test it ahead of time, offer feedback, and perhaps use it in our review systems.