Featuring the Ryzen 2600X 3.6 GHz processor, 16 Gigabytes DRAM (memory), NVIDIA graphics card, 250 Gigabyte SSD (Solid State Drive) and excellent case with plenty of cooling fan options (in addition to the two fans already included in it). Top-notch components for a "budget" price (personal opinion). In this video, I take you through each part ordered via Amazon and explain a few things along the way.
Latest review of the Dissenter browser, how it works, what it can do for YOU if you are one who wants unfettered freedom of speech, privacy, and expression.
Video produced with "Olive" video editor on an old HP Pavilion single-core desktop PC with only 2 Gigabytes of RAM. The resultant video is quite amazing considering the machine!
A special video to all my fellow Amateur (Ham) radio operators out in "Ham-Land". As well as to those entertaining the notion of getting involved in Ham Radio, and even to those who aren't.
Seasons Greetings from KW0P. It is my holiday wish that Santa bring every fellow HAM one of every item featured in this video greeting.
Blessings and Much Merriment
From: Kurt Schanaman, KW0P
Title speaks for itself
I have been testing the radio with a progressive technique, starting with a 9 volt alkaline battery (which provides half a watt RF out) and now a 12 volt car battery (providing right at 3 watts RF out). Next step will be to test with a running vehicle to supply 13.8 volts which should provide enough power to get about 4 to 5 watts RF out.
20-Watt Dummy Load
Migrated from quart-sized jar of kombucha to a GALLON sized jar of Kombucha. The gallon sized jar was started with a quart-jar sized SCOBY, which means it has taken longer to read the point of fermentation necessary to taste really great. Here is my video diary of the process, along with a taste test after 14 days IN that gallon jar...
Here is a family recipe I personally made tonight which is "da bomb". It was created by my mother, Carol, and has been passed down for two generations now. I am sharing the "tongue gasm" I had while making and eating it. May the world be blessed with her creation!
Credit for this recipe goes to: Carol Ann Schanaman (pre-1990)
Created 3 years ago.
Unedited, raw and native. Just the way some might like it.