In most operating systems and NAS’s you can chose to have your hard drives spin down if not in use. It’s a way of extending the life of the hard drive.
If, like me, you have your media collection saved on a separate source to your xbmc install (linux box networked to a NAS), you may find that, when accessing your movie/episodes, xbmc doesn’t give your hard drives enough time to spin up before thinking that the location doesn’t exist and asks whether you would like to delete it from the library. If you say no and retry it loads fine. It’s a bit of a pain.
Well, there is a quick fix.
I do wish Sir Alex Ferguson exercise more common sense when making his comments, but yet again, it’s another example of the xenophobic belief held by English football and its press and media. Blame the “Dirty Foreigners”.
If diving is a foreign import, then way did was it always said that “Franny Lee always dived”, a footballer plying his trade in the English league in the 60’s and 70’s?
It winds me up no end when people use Lucas as a template as to why we shouldn’t criticise some of the Liverpool players, such as Downing, Adam and Carroll. The more educated of us who backed Lucas at the beginning of his LFC career did so as we noticed key fundamentals that outlined what a player he could become.
This is the teaser trailer for the new Superman film, Man of Steel which was shown at Comic Con. Although you cant really see much due to the distance of the camera, the music (Hans Zimmer scores) and dialogue gives you an indication of what to expect. Seems to have a Very Batman Begins feel to it.
Watch it quickly before it gets taken down.
After releasing a number of trailers and TV spots, Warner Bros. has finally released a full synopsis for Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. It doesn't reveal anything we don't know already. It's basically just a summary of what we've seen in the trailers, and everything we've already heard. The synopsis was released on the the film's official website.
Here's the full Press Release:
An extraordinary blend of stellar storytelling, breath-taking visuals, cinematic cut-scenes and explosive gameplay, Max Payne 3 is one of the few videogames that bridges the immersion of films and the interactivity of gaming and does it in breathtaking fashion.
Relocating the outrageous ultra-violence from the grimy streets of New York to the bustling favelas of Sao Paulo, Max Payne 3 finds the titular nutjob still dwelling on past tragedies and relying on a mixture of booze and pills to keep his personal demons at bay. But while the grizzled ex-cop is still a preternatural gunslinger who can slow down time to pick off enemies and fling himself through the air like the hero in a John Woo movie, the relentless march of time means middle-aged Max isn’t quite as durable as he used to be, offering fans a fresh approach to the action as they use cover to protect their vulnerable hero and adopt defensive positions, bringing a modicum of strategy to the action as bullets criss-cross the air around you.
More images for the Next Warner Premiere DC animated film "The Dark Knight Returns" have emerged.
The Film is released in US markets on June 11 2012 and will be the first part of a two part release of Frank Miller's acclaimed story
Just a quick PERSONAL OPINION on which players I believe will thrive and which will struggle if Brendan Rodgers is able fully implement his brand of football.