Thursday, April 30, 2009

4 Non Blondes - What's Up

4 Non Blondes hit single 'What's Up' From their 1992 album 'Bigger, Better, Faster, More!'

4 non blondes - whats up

Monday, April 13, 2009

Listening to Sirius 101 and Howard Stern (Updated May 2012)

No longer updating this blog, except when my main site is having trouble or whatnot.

Can find updated links and info over at Dude Suit. Here is direct link to the Stern streaming links over at Dude-Suit.Net.

Updates posted at:

Howard 100 Live

Howard 101:
128kb stream #1 -

128kb stream #2 -

64kb stream #1 -

64kb stream #2 -

32kb stream -

 If you missed today's show you can listen to it in full here

2 streams that stream older episodes of the Howard Stern Show (CrystalOne plays 2 to 3 days late episodes) is

Archived old episodes of the Howard Stern Show
CrystalOne Radio Howard Stern Stream:
(supports up to 200 users & Streams shows usually 2 to 3 days late)

For those unable to stream live and would like to download the daily show. Get a Torrent client (I recommend uTorrent, it's tiny and free)

You can use this link to see all the torrents listed for the Howard Stern Show just browse via the date on the filename for the one you want and download the torrent file and let your torrent client download it.

List of Torrents for Howard Stern Show:

When you find the link you wish to download click
[Download this torrent]

As more sources are found will keep things updated as I can.

Monday, April 6, 2009

New game that I'm trying out.

I'm still playing Eve Online, but I was bored one night and was reading a couple mmorpg websites such as and and came across a free to play mmo called Runes of Magic.

At first it looks just like a World of Warcraft clone, the graphics do indeed give you that feeling. But luckily I never played warcraft, I came from Dark age of Camelot and then Eve Online. So looking into this Runes of Magic it looked really interesting.

It's a really polished game, although the download links could be spruced up a bit and the main installer client does need some work, but once installed it's a pretty fun game. The main company, Frogster, makes money by offering an item shop that uses "Diamonds" as a form of currency, although items in the diamond shop are optional they do help make things easier and of course the diamonds are purchasable by real life cash. The average cost is $10 per 200 diamonds, with discounts for higher amounts and occasional sales on diamonds.

Although they are certainly not required to enjoy the game, getting your hands on a permanent mount which allows for faster travel is a big help which can be purchased with diamonds. But there are timed rental mounts for those that do not wish to spend real life money.

So far it's a fun game, I've enjoyed playing is casually and it does have a really in depth crafting system which is pretty cool.

The game is totally free to play and if you'd like to check it out feel free to visit