Submit images for our header!

8 08 2007

Thats right! The header image is temporary and I want a new one! I am calling for submissions from anyone and everyone who thinks they can make a good header for the site. Keep in mind the name and what the site is about, and send your submissions to: tips.backdoorlife@gmail.com

There is NO limit on the amount of images you can send.

The winner will have his or her name posted (or linked if you have a site) on the about section of Back Door Life!

Good luck, and please submit!





Wiki of the Week

4 08 2007

hey we’re back with a new segment “Wiki of the week” a great link to a wiki sit. this week its from WikiHow. And this is possibly the most in-depth guide to overclocking your computer i’ve come across, apart from overclock.net tutorials.

How to Overclock A PC from WikiHow





Game day is coming

21 07 2007

ok, the 27th of every month will officially be game day here at Back Door Life. Why the 27th? because Atari was formed on June 27th, 1972. Didn’t know that? Read up on your history. someone needs to remind me of this.





And We’re Back!

21 07 2007

Yes, after a few days of being busy, I’ve returned to the regular updating. I really want to keep this as a daily thing, but i guess this is all part of seeing how it goes.





OK, Pre-Alpha Here…

12 07 2007

This is the first post. If you are reading this, congratulations, you’re likely my first hit.

This blog is my attempt at a blog, I don’t know whether or not I will actually be able to keep it up or not, but we’ll see how things go and if I’m actually able to blog.

It’s basically a tech blog, so if you’re here and you thought this was something else, stay, you might find something interesting to help you in whatever you’re doing, or you might be slightly amused. In an exponentially fast-growing world, technology is playing an ever increasing role, while at the same time computers are becoming more and more like “magic boxes.” This blog will not only try to create a better understanding of what is inside of the box, but more importantly , that a computer doesn’t have to be a box.

tricks, hacks, some news, some lulz, and the back door life, of tech.