Saturday, June 27, 2015

Gmail Hack - Automatically Delete Unwanted Emails

I stumbled upon this pretty useful script the other day and thought it might be useful for others to use as I am sure we all get tired of cleaning up our Gmail accounts.  The setup for this is very easy to do so let's get started.

1. Go to and create a blank project
2. Paste the script below into your project and save
3. Save the script however you would like.
   *Note before you save the script, feel free to change the areas below that are highlighted.  The variable of     "delayDays" is the number of days the script will look back to delete the email.  Currently I set mine to delete emails older than 15 days that have the label of "Purge" assigned to them.  You can also change the label to fit your needs appropriately.
4. Grant the script access to your Gmail account
5. Create a filter that applies the label "Purge" to whatever type of emails you want to automatically delete.
6. Setup a timer to run the script however often you would like automatically.  I have mine set to run nightly at 2am.

function cleanUp() {
var delayDays = 15 // Enter # of days before messages are moved to trash
var maxDate = new Date();
var label = GmailApp.getUserLabelByName("Purge");
var threads = label.getThreads();
for (var i = 0; i < threads.length; i++) {
  if (threads[i].getLastMessageDate()<maxDate)

Hope you find this as useful as I did!

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Sony Announces new game streaming service - Playstation Now!

Written by: Nathan P. Gibson
Twitter: @NathanPGibson  Click here for Nathan's Website
Source: NextGenUpdate
Link:  NextGenUpdate - Playstation Now Article

The service will allow older PlayStation games to be played on a large number of devices.

Sony have formally announced PlayStation Now, a streaming service allowing users to play older PlayStation games on more recent hardware. The game streaming service was previously known as Gaikai.

We’ve known about Gaikai for a while now. The cloud-based streaming service was bought by Sony in 2012 for a reported $380 million. Sony had previously revealed that it would allow PlayStation 4 users to stream PlayStation 3 games, but the information released today shows that the service is capable of much more than that.

PlayStation Now will allow subscribers to play classic PlayStation titles, including those from the PS3 and PS2, on a large number of devices. So far they have revealed that the service will run on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita and Sony Bravia televisions. However it will also eventually be able to be used on computers, tablets and smartphones.

The service will offer two different payment options. Users can either rent titles on a game-by-game basis or pay for a monthly subscription allowing access to unlimited games. Importantly it will also support current features such as online multiplayer and trophies. This means that PlayStation Now offers a full backwards compatible experience.

Although Sony have yet to reveal a full list games that will be available, it is unlikely that their entire library of games will be available. PlayStation 1, 2 and 3 games which are already available on the PlayStation Network are most likely to be available when the service launches.

A closed beta for the service will begin at the end of January with the service due to launch formally later in the summer.

Monday, January 6, 2014

MasterChief is back! - Halo 5 Announcment!

Microsoft announced a brand-new upcoming Halo game coming to the Xbox One at E3 2013, apparently this new title is in fact Halo 5, not a spinoff. A Facebook post from Xbox Australia today confirmed this. Unfortunately a Microsoft representative stepped in pretty quickly and told GameSpot.
This post was made in error, and we will be updating it shortly. We have made no announcements regarding the name of Halo on Xbox One. As we have stated previously, the award-winning franchise continues on Xbox One, beginning in 2014. We have no further details to share at this time.
The post has since been removed, but it is a pretty good bet that they were spot on. It comes from Microsoft itself, perhaps the news was planned to be announced soon, somehow just jumped the gun on it a bit.
Back in June, former Xbox boss Don Mattrick referred to the newly announced Halo game as Halo 5.
Microsoft Game Studios Corporate Vice President Phil Spencer declined to say if this new title was indeed Halo 5. He only described the game as “legitimate.” That is not a very helpful way to describe an upcoming game that was announced by Microsoft itself. If it had been leaked on the internet then sure that would be great.
Microsoft has released only one trailer of the new Halo game so far, showing Master Chief in the desert. So far the game is a mystery and will continue to be so until Microsoft declares it the correct time for an official reveal. This could be soon or we could end up waiting a few more months.

Source: NGU


Sunday, March 24, 2013

Future Call of Duty Class Glitch?

So today this happened to myself and a few of my friends. Has anyone else had this happen to them? If so comment and if not maybe this could lead to a fully functional glitch in BLOPS2 to get more than 10 items in a class. It was odd to get this accessible in a public match.

Video Description: This is some footage of myself and some friends messing around and accidentally being able to put on more than 10 items on a weapon in a public match (not private). However we were unable to use these classes when in the match itself - maybe it will help one of you find something cool.