Archive for November, 2008

Make your own Video tutorial from your pc – Jing Project

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

Think of Jing as a supplement to all your chat discussions, email threads, forum posts and blog entries. It sits nicely on your desktop, ready to capture and share your stuff at a moment’s notice. Simply select an area of your screen, capture it as an image or record it as a video, and then click Share. Jing conveniently places a URL to your content which you can paste into any of your conversations.

Jing Project

Garage Band for the PC – Mixcraft

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

Screenshot Mixcraft 4

Looking to mix your own music with your PC?  Look no further. Mixcraft is an amazing piece of software that lets you write your own music.  It is very similar to Garage band for the MAC. This program works with your MIDI keyboard and lets you record from any source you can hook up to your pc.  The video tutorials are good in explaining how to get up and running right away.  It comes with a 14 day trial.  If you serious about music, this software is a must.


Windows XP SP3 Remote Desktop command line options

Sunday, November 16th, 2008

Windows XP sp3 changed the /console command to the /admin command.  This is used to access the remote server’s console.  It can be useful if you run out of session with remote desktop to server 2003.  Once connected you can run terminal services monitor to disconnect other sessions or remote control them.

Mini Projectors – LED – Battery Operated

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

3M MPro110 handheld digital projector

The much anticipated advent of ultra-portable projector technology is upon us with new offerings hitting the market at a rapid rate. Early market mover 3M’s work on miniature projection moduleshas crystalized the form of the handheld 3M MPro110, a 5.6 ounce unit measuring 4.5″ long x 2″ wide that can project up to a 50″ image.

The MPro110 uses integrated VGA and RCA Video inputs and adaptors to bring portable “big-screen” viewing for laptops, cell phones, PDAs, video and still cameras, game consoles and PMPs at a resolution of 1280 x 768. The unit has no fan and uses an LED light source that’s good for 10,000 hours of operation with it’s Lithium Ion battery delivering 40-60 minutes on a single charge.

The MPro110 costs USD$360.

The next step is projector integration into mobile phones – we can’t wait.

(artical from gizmag)

Buy from 3M

EPP-HH01 Pico Cube from Epoq Multimedia

The EPP-HH01 Pico Cube from Epoq Multimedia lays claim to the mantle of the world’s most compact and lightest portable video projector. We’re not sure how accurate the claim is, but a unit which includes a speaker in its 2 x 2.2 x 1.6 inch footprint is pretty impressive, and anyway, it’s a title that will undoubtedly change hands many times in coming years as video projection systems shrink rapidly to satisfy our mobile multimedia demands.

The EPP-HH01 projects images in VGA resolution using an LCoS image chip and a 3W LED light source. It offers an 80:1 ANSI contrast ratio and 98 times magnification (44” for 0.44 inch panel). A composite audio/video input allows connection to video game consoles, computers, DVD players, digital and video cameras and multimedia players.

Due out this month, the EPP-HH01 Pico Video Projector is available for pre-order from Gadget Craver for USD$249.

Via: Gizmodo / Gadget Craver.

Content Providers

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

Verizon Fios

Documentation on Fios DVRS

Cable Providers   Satellite Providers  
Charter Charter Cable Services Direct Tv Directv 
Comcast Comcast Cable Services Dish Network  Dish Network
Time Warner Time Waner Cable Services  XM Radio / Sirius  XM RADIO

Internet TV:

Audio for your home theater.

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

Improve the audio output from your computer to get un modified audio.

asio4all audio – Free Download

Use Winamp for the audio player 



HDMI Cables

Thursday, November 6th, 2008

Ever wonder why they charge so much for HDMI cables?

They range from $20 to $300 in price.

Here is a website that explains the reasons why.

It has to do with speed and the latest definition of the HDMI Standards.

Looking for a Cell Phone to replace your computer?

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Google has produced the G1 phone.  It has a lot of potential for being one of the best cell phones on the market, because the software is open source.  People have pooled all of there ideas into building this cell phone.  Code name Android.

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