Tag: Bbc

Feb 15 2012

No doubt: Video Chat standards are finally being discussed

Back in June of last year, I was discussing the point that video chat protocols were a mess and that there needs to be a standard. Anyone with video chat should be able to go from [say] Skype to a Google+ hangout, or use WebEx. And to reiterate: ‘…The way I see it, there’s nothing …

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Mar 19 2010

LEHSYS Freeware Instant Messaging Translator

Just about everyone Instant Messages someone using any one of the Instant Messaging Services [Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail, Jabber]. The process of chatting with someone online is fun, but if there’s a business side to it, you may find your self repeating some of the same old phrases. And while you may completely understand the information …

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Oct 10 2009

The ‘Battery’ Answer for Electronic Devices – Go Nuclear

An article was published on BBC about Nuclear Batteries the size of a dime and a MILLION time the charge of a normal battery- A million – that’s 1,000,000. But this is not a new concept, Nuclear Batteries have been used for military and aerospace applications, but historically been much bigger. But this version is …

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Sep 04 2009

Why I’m not going Blue-Ray DVD for PC

It’s common knowledge that blue-ray is the largest DVD size we have right now and the amount of data we can place on those disc are 10x better than a traditional DVD, but I ask why? And I answer with because I don’t need to [and you don’t need to]. It was only a few …

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Sep 01 2009

Rummages from Internet for September 1st

Here’s some stuff I’ve been looking at… Intelligence is very important- It’s a state of being. Often we are reminded of how important it is… ’cause some have it, some don’t. [lehenryjr] AT&T Sucks! They aren’t going to have our phone/Internet svc hooked up for 5 days. They don’t even come out to verify it’s …

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