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Halo 3.0 meets Web 2.0

By Halo 3 was released this past Tuesday to record sales as most predicted it would be. One of the major improvements for Halo 3 is the player/game data available to the public to view on Bungie records absolutely every stat imaginable and makes those stats available on their gamer portal. view my […]

Halo 3: My Addiction!

So everyone digital knows Halo 3 launches tomorrow. I am one of the million or more gamers out there that has a reserved copy with my name on it in a big box in the back of Best Buy with all his other little buddies. This Halo short movie popped up on Digg today and […]

Xbox 360 repaired and returned

My Xbox 360 repair journey has come to an end. I received my Xbox 360 back from Microsoft support last Friday. It took a total of 19 days from the initial call to receiving my Xbox back and working. It was very apparent that Microsoft has spent a lot of money on the repair process. […]

Xbox 360: Coming home to daddy

I just received an email from Microsoft informing me that my Xbox 360 repairs have been completed! It’s pretty amazing how quickly my Xbox 360 was fixed: 8/6/2007 – Mailed Xbox 360 to Microsoft support via UPS 8/10/2007 – Microsoft received my Xbox 360 8/12/2007 – Receive email stating repairs are done Microsoft received my […]

Xbox 360: Sent for repairs

If you read my earlier post titled “How to return an Xbox 360 for repairs” then you know the troubles I’ve had with my Xbox 360. I received my packaging on Friday and shipped my Xbox out this Monday morning. I was told by Microsoft Tech Support that it would take around 4-6 weeks to […]

How To: Return an Xbox 360 for repairs

If you read my post Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death, you know my Xbox has recently died. I got motivated today and called Xbox support to start the process of returning my Xbox for repairs. Here is a quick guide outlining the steps I took to get my Xbox repaired. Step 1: Call Microsoft […]

Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death

It was bound to happen. My Xbox 360 finally received the Red Ring of Death (RROD). What makes it even more frustrating is the fact that I had NO problems leading up to this. My Xbox 360 was amazing and never froze, glitched, locked up, or acted funny in anyway. Then one day BAAM, and […]

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Brad Williams is a computer programmer and tech junkie who enjoys exploring technology and sharing his knowledge and experience with others.


CEO of WebDevStudiosMaintainn, and Pluginize. Co-author of Professional WordPress and Professional WordPress Plugin Development.


Brad resides in Philadelphia.


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