I Kick a Hornet’s Nest by Analyzing Barack Obama’s Long-Form Birth Certificate File
We live in an age in which the internet can be used for all kinds of extraordinary communication.
The internet gives us access to things past generations never had access to, and the opportunity for almost anyone to publish their opinions to the world.
One way to do this is through YouTube. Several videos posted there recently have been drawing hundreds of thousands of views. The ones I refer to claim that Barack Obama’s long form birth certificate, released on April 27th, contains obvious evidence of fraud.
Software for Video Editing
What software should I use for editing digital home videos, and for making DVDs from them?
There are four stages in getting video recorded and from there to a finished DVD.
How to Capture a Screenshot From a DVD
On some Windows systems, it
can almost be easier to fight the
Huns than it is to capture a
screenshot from your DVD.
Today I had a customer who wanted to capture screenshots from a DVD he owns. The reason: Slides are presented on this DVD, and he wanted to be able to print a copy.
Should be simple, right?
Not necessarily. On some Windows computers it IS easy, but on some other systems it’s not easy at all.
In fact, I had tried this particular task on my own computer a couple of years ago, reached the limits of my personal patience at the time, and left it for some other day.
Today, as it turns out. (more…)
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Geocaching: High Tech Family Fun on the Cheap
Our kids in front of the “Jolly
Green Giant,” Missouri’s
largest geocache container
“Dad, would you have any time today to do some geocaching?”
That’s a question I’ve been asked a lot lately. Unfortunately, I too often have to say no, I’m sorry but I can’t today, I’m too busy at the moment helping customers and earning a living. But whenever I can, I do make the time.
This past Sunday the entire family went geocaching. Now if you’ve never heard of this activity, you’re wondering what it is.
On May 1, 2000, the US government turned off the signal scrambling that limited the accuracy of global positioning systems. (This move paved the way for the GPS receivers that are now widely used by drivers to navigate the road.)