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With news of Microsoft acquiring Activision Blizzard, it made me think about the acquisitions of past media conglomerates into even larger conglomerates and how it had gradually affected the quality of entertainment over the last several decades. For once, I propose a solution. Watch until the end to find out more.

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The Basic Computer Hardware series is for those who are interested in building their own computers. In this video, I actually show you how to build a computer based on a build project that I had done back about a year ago.

Disclaimer stuff: Any presentation, selection, or discussion of any product in this video does not constitute a direct endorsement of such product. This video is for entertainment and educational purposes only. Please use your own judgement and common sense when selecting the best computer parts for your needs.

Do not consume alcohol if you are under the authorized age in your jurisdiction. Drink responsibly, especially when handling electronic equipment. Any such presentation of alcoholic beverages is not an implication or endorsement that you should drink heavily while doing any potentially dangerous activity, including building computers

The Basic Computer Hardware series is for those who are interested in building their own computers. In this video, I disassemble my old computer and show you exactly how I did it in hopes that it will ease some anxiety or "first time jitters" with putting hands on actual hardware for the first time.

Disclaimer stuff: Any presentation, selection, or discussion of any product in this video does not constitute a direct endorsement of such product. This video is for entertainment and educational purposes only. Please use your own judgement and common sense when selecting the best computer parts for your needs.

Do not consume alcohol if you are under the authorized age in your jurisdiction. Drink responsibly, especially when handling electronic equipment. Any such presentation of alcoholic beverages is not an implication or endorsement that you should drink heavily while doing any potentially dangerous activity, including building computers.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we are getting very close to covering how to actually build a computer. But first, we need to discuss proper preparation and some of the tools you'll need before we dive in.

I'm trying something a bit different on this one--I'm attempting humor.

I run an RNG-based account generator 500,000 times and end up with some pretty interesting results. In this video, I share some of them with you.

So, I've been on hiatus the last four months or so. Now that I've gotten my head above water to take a breath and contemplate the insanity that is my work life, I thought I'd take the opportunity to give you all an overdue explanation.

Also, sorry for the reverb. Just needed to get this out ASAP.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we cover the few basic steps involved in installing Windows 10 on a computer.

DISCLAIMER: I am not encouraging, condoning, or endorsing piracy in any form or fashion. The only way to legally obtain Microsoft software is from the Microsoft website.

Windows 10:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/compare-windows-10-home-vs-pro

Back by popular demand! In this video, we go through how to install a Linux operating system. Although I use Linux Mint, the instructions are more or less the same.

Note: If you've seen the original version of this video, the directions have changed slightly

Ubuntu: https://ubuntu.com/download/desktop
Linux Mint: https://linuxmint.com/download.php
Debian: https://www.debian.org/distrib/
CentOS: https://www.centos.org/download/
Fedora: https://getfedora.org/
Red Hat: https://access.redhat.com/downloads [FREE TRIAL]
Arch Linux: https://archlinux.org/

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we discuss BIOS and UEFI, the difference, and what you will need to know to begin installing an operating system.

Shout out to anarchore/mechatroniac. Without your help, this video would not have seen improvement.

NOTE: This was recorded and published around the middle of 2021 during the spike in graphics cards prices; these prices are based on current figures for the time and do not reflect the cost of computer components when the market is not experiencing a supply shortage coupled with increased demand.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we explore different build qualities so you can get an idea of what you should aim for within your price range. We'll even go beyond that and push the exercise to its furthest possible extreme.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. Now that we have discussed the core components of a computer, we can start having a little bit of fun on pcpartpicker.com and start planning our build.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we discuss the things that very few people consider when building a computer. Although these items don't concern the computer itself, these are still important to keep in mind as additional expenses if you want to have a comfortable computing experience.

There was a famous scambaiter named Jim Browning that had recently fallen victim to a social engineering attack. His entire YouTube catalog and channel with over 3 million subscribers vanished for a few days. It's clear that if he can fall victim to one of these scams, anyone can; it happens to the very best of us.

I normally don't link to YouTube, but you can find him here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBNG0osIBAprVcZZ3ic84vw

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we discuss power supply units, discuss the concept of power needs, and how to determine roughly what your power needs might be.

It appears that six US States have banned the sale of prebuilt gaming computers (whatever that means): Oregon, Washington, California, Vermont, Hawaii, and Colorado. Not only is this done under the guise of ecofascism, but it doesn't help to actually accomplish anything.

Stay tuned on some tips on how to easily get around this.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we take a step back and look at monitors and the different media display cables that you can use to plug them in.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we get away from discussing hardware and begin to talk about things in terms of size and scalability. Picking a form factor for your build will allow you to plan around the physical limitations imposed upon your workspace.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we discuss PCI ports and how you can use them to extend the functionality of your build while understanding the limitations of PCI ports according to your specific motherboard.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we cover graphics, graphics cards, and graphics processing units (GPUs) along with their characteristics, specifications, and figuring out how to pick one that is right for what you are aiming to achieve. NOTE: Before you consider purchasing a graphics card in this market, check out this video first: https://www.bitchute.com/video/8W0eiRKB3iKC/

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we discuss hard drives, data redundancy, fault tolerance, and how you can best leverage each type of hard drive for your computing needs.

We all know how the mainstream media is, but what baffles me is how we hardly ever hear about the legitimately groundbreaking news in the tech world (aside from a major hack) in favor of of some chopped up fluff piece about how some new research is going to change the world when it's in the least likely position to do so.

Link to Original Article: https://techxplore.com/news/2021-07-aims-servers-worldwide-climate-friendly.html
Link to Vimeo Use Case: https://medium.com/vimeo-engineering-blog/improving-load-balancing-with-a-new-consistent-hashing-algorithm-9f1bd75709ed
Link to Actual Research Paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2104.05093.pdf

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we discuss Random Access Memory, its attributes, specifications, and how to use RAM to build the type of computer that you have in mind.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we discuss the Central Processing Unit (CPU), the different types, how to look at specifications, and why it is important to the operation of a computer.

This series is for people who want to learn how to build a computer. In this video, we start by discussing the motherboard, its characteristics, and why it's a natural start for any build.

I've always been a fan of the movie Matrix Reloaded, but Pedowood has always been all about making things look as real as possible hoping that the normies will gloss over the finer details. This is far more pervasive when it comes to technology. However, this is one of the rare instances where they did get it right and I want to take the opportunity to break it down and show you why.

There may be materials in this video that are protected by copyright. I assert fair use as these materials are being used for educational purposes and to provide commentary. If you are the owner of these materials, please contact me and I will have them removed upon your request.

Original Scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PxTAn4g20U
How it was done: https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2001-0144

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There is a lot of bullshit going on in the world right now; sometimes, it all seems to be coming apart by the seams. Here, you don't have to worry about any of that fucking nonsense.

Here, we will discuss topics that will develop skills, add value to people's lives, pique interests in practical topics, and inspire growth. Sometimes, we will even talk about the bullshit around us and why it's affecting the people we care about. It's okay, we can still take it in stride and come to an understanding that most of it is just what it is: complete and utter bullshit.

Come in, light up the fireplace, make yourself a hot beverage, and grab a blanket.

Welcome to Cozy Time.

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