1. Happy 50th birthday, BASIC!

    10 PRINT "HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!"  
    20 PRINT "HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!"  
    30 PRINT "HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR BASIC!"  
    40 PRINT "HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!"  
    50 GOTO 10
    

    "In 1964, John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz designed the original BASIC language at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. They wanted to ...

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  2. View/record a webcam with VLC

    There's a wide, wide variety of ways to record webcams in unices but I've come to rely on just one, VLC. Yes, it's a video viewer more than a recorder but it does both quite well. Let's detail how to view a live webcam stream first ...

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  3. Something old, something new

    With no fanfare nor pomp my blog has returned to the land of the digital. Like a ghost nobody missed it returns to haunt my existence.

    In all seriousness I'm just tired of social networks. Figured that if I'm going to be helpful I might as well be ...

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  4. Nokia Play 360 NFC using Android

    I’ve been getting into the NFC groove lately and must admit I find it tremendously useful. When we picked up the Nokia Play bluetooth speaker it didn’t want to cooperate out of the box though. The (read-only) NFC inside it would report a string that only makes sense ...

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  5. Migrating categories in Daz Studio 4

    Please note that what I describe below is for migrating content categories from OSX to Windows. I have not attempted the reverse and cannot state with any accuracy if the process is identical the other way, but it should give you a head start. It’s rather peculiar that an ...

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  6. Is the hill not that silent?

    So, I posted a sad realization a while back which stated I was done with my favorite pure survival horror series (Silent Hill). Yet observant readers of this blog mailed me questioning my statement since the majority of SH games have since popped up on my games played list. Did ...

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  7. We need to build computers for the masses, not the classes

    Jack Tramiel (Polish: Jacek Trzmiel, Trzmiel means bumblebee) (December 13, 1928 – April 8, 2012) was an Polish-born American businessman, best known for founding Commodore International,[3] the manufacturer of the Commodore PET, Commodore 64, Commodore 128, Commodore Amiga, and other Commodore models of home computers.

    Rest in peace. Your devices ...

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