Tag: Videos

Who is and What are the benefits of using Pinterest?

In the realm of technology, there’s always something involving, something always changing like every six months; and every once in a while you get something really big. With the Internet and social technology, there’s always something new happening. Big players like Google+, Facebook, twitter, and now a newcomer called Pinterest. Pinterest has enjoyed a humble …

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Movie Review: Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon

The last [according to Shia]/latest Transformers movie was released and it’s going over like gang busters. The absence of Megan Fox didn’t even make a dent in sales, but I wasn’t surprised; she can’t act anyway. It’s all about the transforming robots and the explosions [that only Michael Bay can do]. The latest Transformers just …

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Google Picasa Drops Some Storage Limitations

In a move that’s really going to help bloggers and regular users alike, Google Picasa has dropped the space restrictions on how much you can store on Google Picasa Web Albums. For any bloggers that are using blogger knows that all the images uploaded to BLOGGER are stored with Google Picasa. Some would say this …

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GSPOT: Find The Right Codec for Your Videos

In the support forums of Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 there’s this interesting paradox with dealing with videos and all the different types of media; cause there’s all these different ones and it’s hard to keep up with… And this is going to be ubiquitous with pretty much all video editing software at some point …

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Rummages from Internet for August 29th

Here’s some stuff I’ve been looking at… We got the keys to our new house, picked up the moving truck, loading some and waiting for the movers tomorrow- what a long day! [lehenryjr] Today is the big day! We’re moving people… not moving people- furniture and more of what my wife calls crap; her stuff …

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The Reasons to Hate Your ISP

In the early days of the Internet, you had no choice on your type of connection. The only connection to the outside world was through dial up communications. Once the genie was let out of the bottle, the general population found out they could do research, download songs, get the news, download recipes, weather and …

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Hybrid Powered Savings

While it’s nice to have gas prices low right now, they’re going to go back up. And while everyone with gas guzzlers are taking a $40 a week raise [from not having to pay for gas], those hurtful days are going to come back and when they do they are going to probably be worse …

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It’s Lacking: Thunderbird 3bPre

I’m a really big fan of e-mail clients. While others will argue that using the web-based e-mail client is the way to go, I like having my information on my machine locally. I guess I’m just old-fashioned. And speaking of old-fashioned, I’ve got myself a new PC that’s 64-bit, I’m trying to make sure that …

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Call of Duty 5: World at War

I am really diggin the new version of COD: World at War. From a person who’s had every version of COD excluding 3 because they alienated the PC gamers who made it famous. COD is hours and hours of solid homicidal fun and consistent killing of players who just die easy. Ah to be back …

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