#computer

This is an Old Dell Optiplex 320 Motherboard with at least 6 bad Capacitors. Only have 2 of the kind I need at the moment but this will be good practice & no feelings hurt if I fail. This was made during the Capacitor Plague in the early to mid 2000s & lasted until around 2010 (Many electronics had random bad Caps in that time period)

6 days, 23 hours ago

Re Installed & SUCCESS!! Dropped from 33c-35c idle temps to 32c idle & from 84c-87c to 74c-77c under Heavy load maintaining a mostly constant 74c-75c after 2 Hours. I let it run for a while after turning the Camera off.

Part 3: https://www.bitchute.com/video/v5PaLN3N82Ms/

Part 1: https://www.bitchute.com/video/wQq8DTAlaeDM/

1 week, 5 days ago

Diagnosis of Issue & Tear Down
This R9 Nano was running upwards of 84c-87c under load & when I tried to change the Paste a few months ago the Screwdrivers I had were not up to snuff so I had to wait until I had the right Tools for the Job.
*This is a 4 Part Series because my Battery died once & there is a setting that capped Videos to 27 Minutes.
Part 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/pN6lmaO9XCK7/

1 week, 5 days ago

Designed a battleship post WW1 within the limitations of the game Ultimate Admiral: Dreadnoughts.

1 week, 5 days ago

Maybe the last update, if it is I will add the Benchmarks afterwards to the Description.

I had to move the Fan over the Ram just about 1 cm up, not much

3 weeks ago

The VIC-20 was Commodore's first color home computer. Released in 1982, it was the year’s best-selling home computer. International Computer Magazine awarded it "Computer of the Year."

3 weeks, 2 days ago

The Power Supplies both a little over 70$ a piece also came in 5 days with Free Shipping from DIYPC. Hopefully can get my Camera Focus Issue resolved now I know what it is. Will update on the Cyber Power PC later. Also forgot to mention I do have an NVMe M.2 SSD on the way for this, so if it is a Windows problem it won't matter as I will be putting a fresh copy on the M.2. Also the Power Supply cant directly sync with Dark Flash without an adapter.

3 weeks, 5 days ago

Parts for a Friends Build (the same Build the RX 580 I upgraded is for). The Motherboard Ram & CPU came from New Egg & after Shipping was 396$. The Hyper 212 Evo was 29$ Free Shipping from ebay. The Motherboard is an GIGABYTE B450 AORUS ELITE AM4 AMD B450, The CPU is an AMD RYZEN 5 3600 6-Core 3.6 GHz (4.2 GHz Max Boost) Socket AM4 with a 35Mb Cache & the RAM is Patriot Viper 4 Blackout Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800). Not going to be a bad Build

3 weeks, 6 days ago

Miss Quids is trying an 8GB Raspberry Pi 4 as a Desktop Computer for a week.
This video shows the items we purchased, initial setup, and our first use of Raspberry Pi OS

Items Purchased:
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B: https://thepihut.com/products/raspberry-pi-4-model-b
Official Pi 4 Power Supply: https://thepihut.com/products/raspberry-pi-psu-uk
Aluminium Armour Heatsink Case: https://thepihut.com/products/aluminium-armour-heatsink-case-for-raspberry-pi-4
USB-C Cable with On/Off Switch: https://thepihut.com/products/usb-c-cable-with-switch
Total spend £101

(Excludes HDMI Cable and MicrosSD card as I already have those items)

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1 month ago

Just a blog...I already upgraded unit and its a monster...

1 month, 1 week ago

Land on the moon.....Humbug

2 months ago

Through eight episodes, director Jason Scott covers the 25 year history of the Dial-Up Bulletin Board System, a modem-connected computer system that let others connect to a computer over a phone line and leave messages and trade files. Containing 200 interviews, episodes mostly consist of elaborate montages of dozens of people composing a narrative.

BAUD is an introduction to the start of the BBS.
SYSOPS AND USERS is a montage of stories and thoughts on running BBSes.
MAKE IT PAY covers the BBS Industry.
FIDONET covers the amateur network of computers called Fidonet.
ARTSCENE covers the ANSI art scene of the 1990s.
HPAC covers Hacking and Phreaking BBSes.
COMPRESSION discusses the ARC-ZIP battle of 1988.
NO CARRIER discusses the "end" of the dial-up BBS.

The BBS (bulletin board system) scene of the 80s and 90s was a magical time. Long before the Internet escaped from the lab, connected the planet and redefined what it meant to use a computer there was a brave and pioneering band of computer users who spent their time, money and sanity setting up their home computers and phone lines to welcome anyone who called.

In the Summer of 2001, Jason Scott, a computer historian (owner textfiles.com) wondered if anyone had made a film about these BBSes. They hadn't, so he decided he would.

Four years, thousands of miles of travelling, and over 200 interviews later, "BBS: The Documentary", a mini-series of 8 episodes about the history of the BBS, was made available in 2005. Spanning 3 DVDs and totalling five and a half hours, this documentary is actually eight documentaries about different aspects of this important story in the annals of computer history.

Also has some great electronic music.

OFFICIAL SITE: http://www.bbsdocumentary.com
CREATOR: Jason Scott (http://www.textfiles.com)

2 months, 1 week ago

Through eight episodes, director Jason Scott covers the 25 year history of the Dial-Up Bulletin Board System, a modem-connected computer system that let others connect to a computer over a phone line and leave messages and trade files. Containing 200 interviews, episodes mostly consist of elaborate montages of dozens of people composing a narrative.

BAUD is an introduction to the start of the BBS.
SYSOPS AND USERS is a montage of stories and thoughts on running BBSes.
MAKE IT PAY covers the BBS Industry.
FIDONET covers the amateur network of computers called Fidonet.
ARTSCENE covers the ANSI art scene of the 1990s.
HPAC covers Hacking and Phreaking BBSes.
COMPRESSION discusses the ARC-ZIP battle of 1988.
NO CARRIER discusses the "end" of the dial-up BBS.

The BBS (bulletin board system) scene of the 80s and 90s was a magical time. Long before the Internet escaped from the lab, connected the planet and redefined what it meant to use a computer there was a brave and pioneering band of computer users who spent their time, money and sanity setting up their home computers and phone lines to welcome anyone who called.

In the Summer of 2001, Jason Scott, a computer historian (owner textfiles.com) wondered if anyone had made a film about these BBSes. They hadn't, so he decided he would.

Four years, thousands of miles of travelling, and over 200 interviews later, "BBS: The Documentary", a mini-series of 8 episodes about the history of the BBS, was made available in 2005. Spanning 3 DVDs and totalling five and a half hours, this documentary is actually eight documentaries about different aspects of this important story in the annals of computer history.

Also has some great electronic music.

OFFICIAL SITE: http://www.bbsdocumentary.com
CREATOR: Jason Scott (http://www.textfiles.com)

2 months, 2 weeks ago

Through eight episodes, director Jason Scott covers the 25 year history of the Dial-Up Bulletin Board System, a modem-connected computer system that let others connect to a computer over a phone line and leave messages and trade files. Containing 200 interviews, episodes mostly consist of elaborate montages of dozens of people composing a narrative.

BAUD is an introduction to the start of the BBS.
SYSOPS AND USERS is a montage of stories and thoughts on running BBSes.
MAKE IT PAY covers the BBS Industry.
FIDONET covers the amateur network of computers called Fidonet.
ARTSCENE covers the ANSI art scene of the 1990s.
HPAC covers Hacking and Phreaking BBSes.
COMPRESSION discusses the ARC-ZIP battle of 1988.
NO CARRIER discusses the "end" of the dial-up BBS.

The BBS (bulletin board system) scene of the 80s and 90s was a magical time. Long before the Internet escaped from the lab, connected the planet and redefined what it meant to use a computer there was a brave and pioneering band of computer users who spent their time, money and sanity setting up their home computers and phone lines to welcome anyone who called.

In the Summer of 2001, Jason Scott, a computer historian (owner textfiles.com) wondered if anyone had made a film about these BBSes. They hadn't, so he decided he would.

Four years, thousands of miles of travelling, and over 200 interviews later, "BBS: The Documentary", a mini-series of 8 episodes about the history of the BBS, was made available in 2005. Spanning 3 DVDs and totalling five and a half hours, this documentary is actually eight documentaries about different aspects of this important story in the annals of computer history.

Also has some great electronic music.

OFFICIAL SITE: http://www.bbsdocumentary.com
CREATOR: Jason Scott (http://www.textfiles.com)

2 months, 2 weeks ago

Through eight episodes, director Jason Scott covers the 25 year history of the Dial-Up Bulletin Board System, a modem-connected computer system that let others connect to a computer over a phone line and leave messages and trade files. Containing 200 interviews, episodes mostly consist of elaborate montages of dozens of people composing a narrative.

BAUD is an introduction to the start of the BBS.
SYSOPS AND USERS is a montage of stories and thoughts on running BBSes.
FIDONET covers the amateur network of computers called Fidonet.
MAKE IT PAY covers the BBS Industry.
ARTSCENE covers the ANSI art scene of the 1990s.
HPAC covers Hacking and Phreaking BBSes.
COMPRESSION discusses the ARC-ZIP battle of 1988.
NO CARRIER discusses the "end" of the dial-up BBS.

The BBS (bulletin board system) scene of the 80s and 90s was a magical time. Long before the Internet escaped from the lab, connected the planet and redefined what it meant to use a computer there was a brave and pioneering band of computer users who spent their time, money and sanity setting up their home computers and phone lines to welcome anyone who called.

In the Summer of 2001, Jason Scott, a computer historian (owner textfiles.com) wondered if anyone had made a film about these BBSes. They hadn't, so he decided he would.

Four years, thousands of miles of travelling, and over 200 interviews later, "BBS: The Documentary", a mini-series of 8 episodes about the history of the BBS, was made available in 2005. Spanning 3 DVDs and totalling five and a half hours, this documentary is actually eight documentaries about different aspects of this important story in the annals of computer history.

Also has some great electronic music.

OFFICIAL SITE: http://www.bbsdocumentary.com
CREATOR: Jason Scott (http://www.textfiles.com)

2 months, 2 weeks ago

Through eight episodes, director Jason Scott covers the 25 year history of the Dial-Up Bulletin Board System, a modem-connected computer system that let others connect to a computer over a phone line and leave messages and trade files. Containing 200 interviews, episodes mostly consist of elaborate montages of dozens of people composing a narrative.

BAUD is an introduction to the start of the BBS.
SYSOPS AND USERS is a montage of stories and thoughts on running BBSes.
FIDONET covers the amateur network of computers called Fidonet.
MAKE IT PAY covers the BBS Industry.
ARTSCENE covers the ANSI art scene of the 1990s.
HPAC covers Hacking and Phreaking BBSes.
COMPRESSION discusses the ARC-ZIP battle of 1988.
NO CARRIER discusses the "end" of the dial-up BBS.

The BBS (bulletin board system) scene of the 80s and 90s was a magical time. Long before the Internet escaped from the lab, connected the planet and redefined what it meant to use a computer there was a brave and pioneering band of computer users who spent their time, money and sanity setting up their home computers and phone lines to welcome anyone who called.

In the Summer of 2001, Jason Scott, a computer historian (owner textfiles.com) wondered if anyone had made a film about these BBSes. They hadn't, so he decided he would.

Four years, thousands of miles of travelling, and over 200 interviews later, "BBS: The Documentary", a mini-series of 8 episodes about the history of the BBS, was made available in 2005. Spanning 3 DVDs and totalling five and a half hours, this documentary is actually eight documentaries about different aspects of this important story in the annals of computer history.

Also has some great electronic music.

OFFICIAL SITE: http://www.bbsdocumentary.com
CREATOR: Jason Scott (http://www.textfiles.com)

2 months, 2 weeks ago

Through eight episodes, director Jason Scott covers the 25 year history of the Dial-Up Bulletin Board System, a modem-connected computer system that let others connect to a computer over a phone line and leave messages and trade files. Containing 200 interviews, episodes mostly consist of elaborate montages of dozens of people composing a narrative.

BAUD is an introduction to the start of the BBS.
SYSOPS AND USERS is a montage of stories and thoughts on running BBSes.
FIDONET covers the amateur network of computers called Fidonet.
MAKE IT PAY covers the BBS Industry.
ARTSCENE covers the ANSI art scene of the 1990s.
HPAC covers Hacking and Phreaking BBSes.
COMPRESSION discusses the ARC-ZIP battle of 1988.
NO CARRIER discusses the "end" of the dial-up BBS.

The BBS (bulletin board system) scene of the 80s and 90s was a magical time. Long before the Internet escaped from the lab, connected the planet and redefined what it meant to use a computer there was a brave and pioneering band of computer users who spent their time, money and sanity setting up their home computers and phone lines to welcome anyone who called.

In the Summer of 2001, Jason Scott, a computer historian (owner textfiles.com) wondered if anyone had made a film about these BBSes. They hadn't, so he decided he would.

Four years, thousands of miles of travelling, and over 200 interviews later, "BBS: The Documentary", a mini-series of 8 episodes about the history of the BBS, was made available in 2005. Spanning 3 DVDs and totalling five and a half hours, this documentary is actually eight documentaries about different aspects of this important story in the annals of computer history.

Also has some great electronic music.

OFFICIAL SITE: http://www.bbsdocumentary.com
CREATOR: Jason Scott (http://www.textfiles.com)

2 months, 3 weeks ago

Do You Trust This Computer? is a 2018 American documentary film that outlines the benefits and especially the dangers of artificial intelligence. It features interviews with a range of prominent individuals relevant to AI, such as Ray Kurzweil, Elon Musk and Jonathan Nolan. If you can't read between the line, its not my fault...

3 months, 1 week ago

Technology has been developing at an incredible rate in recent years. Machines can now do unimaginable things - it wasn't that long ago that quantum computers and artificial intelligence were just dreams. Now they are reality.

The knowledge people will be able to collect from quantum computers will transform our lives - but do they really need this information? God already knows everything about us, yet the modern world yearns to match the knowledge of God. Christians need to reject the knowledge of this world, and accept that God has everything under control.

3 months, 2 weeks ago

Music: part of "You Are What You Is" by Frank Zappa
[email protected] - all rights respected

3 months, 2 weeks ago

My pitiful attempts at correcting my sound & video problems

3 months, 2 weeks ago

In this video we take. Look at the all-new ODYSSEY - X86J4105800 Most expandable Win10 Mini PC (Linux and Arduino Core) with 8GB RAM Also Know as the ReComputer from SEEED Studios.
Powered by a Quad-Core Intel CPU paired with 8Gb of Ram and its ability to run Windows, Linux or Android X86! In this video we do an overview of the Specs Run some benchmarks Test out some PC games like Rocket League, CS Go, and Dauntless and finally test out some emulation like Dreamcast using Redream, PSP using PPSSPP and Gamecube using the Dolphin Emulator. SO how does this compare the Raspberry Pi 4? Let's find out!

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4 months, 1 week ago

THA CHIPPED VS HAKERZ VS Ai
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4 months, 2 weeks ago

PLATO Computer Music 1986
Bill Schaeffer

video copyright(c)2014
William A. Schaeffer

****

Special thanks to Dr. Don Bitzer, Sherwin Gooch, Dr. Lippold Haken, Dr. Tom Cortese, Dr. Bill Walker, Howard Roark, Arnold Wolman, and Brian L. Dear

*****

These audio recordings were originally mastered on a Beta Max Hi-Fi machine loaned to me by Dale Sinder. In the 1990's they were converted to DAT and then in 2010 reconverted to WAV files.

It is literally a miracle that this recording exists at all.

******

The illustrations are from Harters Picture Archive. This resource was discoverd by Barry Schmetter and I am indebted to him for the idea.

*****

and a special thanks to Lorraine Fitzgerald who patiently suffered through the creation of all this music, for little real reward for herself. I am forever indebted to her for her extreme generosity and kindness.

******

4 months, 4 weeks ago

Originally published as "PLATO Computer Music 1977-1982" by Bill Schaeffer
video copyright (c) 2012 Wm Schaeffer

available at www.cdbaby.com/all/was57

Cover illustration by Nina Paley
Photography by George Ludwig

Special thanks to:

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Department of Computer Science,
Experimental Music Lab,

Sherwin Gooch,
Lippold Haken

Tom Cortese,
Bill Walker,
Scott Wyatt

Charles Bridges,
Lorraine Fitzgerald

-- Songlist --

00:00 Rainbow Electric fanfare
00:39 The Return of Bigfoot
03:35 ADF
04:37 Razorback Stomp
09:32 The Spring Woodchuck
10:21 The Light in Your Eyes
14:38 A Tale of Two Earmuffs
16:05 The Cyclist
17:29 Magic Eight Ball
20:45 Electrical Lobotomy
21:45 Funnybone, or The Midnight Movie Theme
23:30 IMG=6
24:13 Random Song #1, or Symphony from the Rubber Room
25:06 Lost Apes of Langerhorn
25:30 Mortar, The Big Bang Theory
26:28 Paws Too Reflect of the Porpoise of Life
27:22 Combinations Four
28:58 Inter-dimensional Phase Slip
30:25 Random Song #2, or What Happened to the Radio?
32:01 Random Song #3, or A Very Round About Way of Travelling
to the Outer Reaches of the Inner Mind
33:46 Happy GSW Song
35:07 Silly Puttty Circus
35:35 Sneaking Little Theives
36:17 The Adventures of Steamboat Willie
38:42 Test Song Two
39:28 The Wailing
39:50 Well Uhh...
41:01 EIGHTEEN COMPUTER COUNT
42:16 Random Song #4, or Introducing the Music of Mr. R. N. Dumb
43:33 Yaka Hana Gatzing Yoni, Corn People's Gatzina Song (Acoma Pueblo 1904)
45:46 Uncle Weird's Fun House
51:00 IGOTRHY
53:26 Dream -- Left Hand Freedom, or The Other Side of Your Mind
59:21 Random Song #5, or a Moderately Random Piece of Sludge
1:00:02 PLATO Computer Boogie

4 months, 4 weeks ago

PLATO Computer Music 1983-1985

Original Computer Music composed by Bill Schaeffer
The Moonlight Sonata, composed by Beethoven, and arranged by Bill Schaeffer

Recorded in 1985 off of the Interactive Music Synthesizer at the University of Illinois by Bill Schaeffer.

copyright 1985, 2009 William A. Schaeffer all rights reserved.

Special thanks to Dale Sinder for recording assistance.

The CD "PLATO Computer Music 1983 - 1985" by Bill Schaeffer is available at www.cdbaby.com amazon.com and itunes.com

PLATO Computer Music 1983-1985
by Bill Schaeffer
copyright (c)2009
Atwater Publishing and Wm Schaeffer

Originally recorded in 1985.

Illustrations by Nina Paley (used by permission)
Photography by George Ludwig
for The Daily Illini (used by permission) [removed for youtube -- sorry George]
Spiral Graph by Bill Schaeffer

Special thanks to:

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Department of Computer Science

Experimental Music Lab

Sherwin Gooch,
Lippold Haken

Tom Cortese,
Bill Walker,
Scott Wyatt

Kurt Hebel,
Paul Silver,
Gary Czvitkovicz

Michel Manago,
Lorraine Fitzgerald

Songlist:

00:00 Swingtime
01:47 Okinawa
03:55 The Big Song
06:24 Intergalactic Space Transport
07:41 Starglider
10:22 Minstrel Song
11:35 Giant Feathered Spaceships Buzzing Down to Earth
14:47 Cat's Eye
16:34 Slide Whistle Shenanigans
17:22 Herman, What's in the Yard?
18:27 Grind
20:00 Accordion Dance
20:54 Moonlight Sonata, 1st Movement
25:34 Celtic Memories
26:28 Schoenberg's Accordion
27:01 Close Encounters Serialized
29:10 Random Logic Wars One
29:35 Random Logic Wars Two
30:25 Long Song
34:00 Disko One - Intro
36:13 Disko Two
38:30 Disko Three
40:43 Disko Four
43:33 Disko Five
46:31 Disko Six
49:51 Disko Seven
52:20 Disko Eight - Coda

*****

Additional thanks to Brian L. Dear for documenting the history of PLATO. Too bad you totally left out the PLATO Music Project. Why was that?

*****

4 months, 4 weeks ago

The concept of change and how man conceived more change with tools. A summery of the previous 9 episodes and a lecture that predicts the future. Issues of the technocratic system of control that envelops the uneducated. How to manage change? What will it to do freedom? How will voting work when the issues are too complex? Learn how to ask the right questions. Learn how to anticipate the next big change.

5 months, 1 week ago

Installation The Hard Disk Drive On The Laptop

5 months, 1 week ago

Installation The Random Processing Unit On The Motherboard

5 months, 1 week ago

Installation The Central Processing Unit On The Motherboard

5 months, 1 week ago

Larry Tesler was an American computer scientist who worked in the field of human–computer interaction. Tesler worked at Xerox PARC, Apple, Amazon, and Yahoo!

While at PARC, Tesler's work included Smalltalk, the first dynamic object-oriented programming language, and Gypsy, the first word processor with a graphical user interface for the Xerox Alto. During this, along with colleague Tim Mott, Tesler developed the idea of copy and paste functionality and the idea of modeless software. While at Apple, Tesler worked on the Apple Lisa and the Apple Newton, and helped to develop Object Pascal and its use in application programming toolkits including MacApp.

Larry Tesler died February 16, 2020

5 months, 3 weeks ago

The computer, the clock, and mass production of common items caused greater access to privilege for the poor. Furthermore the standardization of machine tools, assembly lines, and interchangeability. How everyone can enjoy technology because of improvements in efficiency.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

* Computer restart
** Memory problems
** Maybe crypto-jacking
** Gnome terminal is not reading .bash_profile
* Minecraft
** Portal2 mod
Picking up where we left off last time.

6 months, 2 weeks ago

Since January 2018 I've been using Debian 9 system and my desktop computer has always worked perfectly. But I've been tempted by the novelty of Debian 10 who had deceived me. I'm now back with Debian 9 until the end of his support in June 2022, after multiple re-installations and many problems that I've tried to resolve. I give also advice to those who would like to live the experience of the FREE world of Linux like me.

Music free of copyright «Microchip» by Jason Farnham: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7G_G-CW34xE

6 months, 3 weeks ago

This is a user requested video that gives a small introduction to the trip computer and also explains the only way I currently know how to use the car to estimate the overall gas mileage since day one.

7 months, 3 weeks ago

Oh boy, I'm super late with this one, considering my new rig was constructed back in June of 2019. Still, better late than never, right? I love, love, LOVE my new baby! (Hey, it makes these videos possible!)

Please note that this isn't a “how to” video or anything, it's mostly just me learning how to make a vlog.

Special thanks to my dad for putting this bad boy together and letting me film it too!

Help out the channel! Leave a tip here: https://www.paypal.me/silverhyenatv

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DIYPC Skyline-06-RGB Black Dual USB 3.0 ATX Full Tower Gaming Computer Case with 3 x 120mm RGB Fans(Pre-Installed), RGB Remote Control and Hot Swap Docking

Sapphire PULSE Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 PCI-E Dual HDMI / DVI-D / Dual DP OC w/ Backplate (UEFI), 100411P8GOCL

Rosewill - BRONZE Series - 1000-Watt Active PFC Power Supply - Continuous 104 Deg. F (40C), 80 PLUS Bronze, Semi-Modular Cable Design, ATX 12V v2.3 / EPS 12V, SLI & CrossFire Ready - RBR1000-MS

Intel Core i5-9400 Coffee Lake 6-Core 2.9 GHz (4.10 GHz Turbo) LGA 1151(300 Series) 65W BX80684I59400 Desktop Processor Intel UHD Graphics 630

SanDisk SSD Plus 240GB Internal SSD - SATA III 6Gb/s, 2.5"/7mm - SDSSDA-240G-G26

CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Desktop Memory Model CMK32GX4M2B3000C15W

Seagate BarraCuda ST2000DM006 2TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Hard Drive Bare Drive

Seagate BarraCuda ST3000DM008 3TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Hard Drive Bare Drive

ASUS 24X DVD Burner - Bulk 24X DVD+R 8X DVD+RW 8X DVD+R DL 24X DVD-R 6X DVD-RW 16X DVD-ROM 48X CD-R 24X CD-RW 48X CD-ROM Black SATA Model DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS

Rosewill RNX-AC1900PCE, Dual Band Wireless AC1900 Wi-Fi Adapter for Desktop, Up to 1300 Mbps (5.0 GHz) + 600 Mbps (2.4 GHz) Wireless Data Rates, PCI-Express Interface, 3 x External Antennas

ASUS Intel TUF Z390-PRO GAMING Socket LGA 1151 DDR4 ATX Motherboard (90MB0YA0-M0EAY0)

DEEPCOOL NEPTWIN V2-CPU Cooler Dual 120mm LED PWM Fans Twin-tower Polished Copper Base Metal Mounting Kit Support LGA2066/AM4

4-Port USB2.0 Motherboard Rear Panel Expansion Bracket Host Adapter

7 months, 4 weeks ago

Hey Everyone! Major computer meltdown tonight, so this is the only video. Hopefully everything will be fixed in the next day or two. See you soon!

8 months ago

Watch Out , Repairs Are Well Interesting
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8 months, 4 weeks ago

Introducing #RaspberryPi4: your tiny, dual-display, desktop computer…and robot brains, smart home hub, media centre, networked AI core, factory controller, and much more

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10 months, 3 weeks ago

Thrive
Siggraph
2019

*new*
*audio*
*mix*

July 27 -
August 1,
2019

video
copyright (c)
2019

William
Schaeffer
2019

peace
Siggraph
2019

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Special thanks to Joe Cychosz for technical assistance in the production of this video.

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1 year ago

Three part documentary that shows the insight look at the history of computers, from its rise in the 1970s to the beginning of the Dot-com boom of the late 1990s

1 year ago

Three part documentary that shows the insight look at the history of computers, from its rise in the 1970s to the beginning of the Dot-com boom of the late 1990s.

1 year ago

I disassemble a brand new Dell Inspiron 3470 desktop computer and upgrade the hard drive to an SSD. You'll need one fine-thread screw meant for a CD/DVD drive or floppy drive; if you have an old desktop PC lying around, you can probably steal one from it.

These little machines are very simple and easy to get into, plus they're upgradable! The CPU, RAM, and hard drive upgrade capabilities are better than most compact desktops I've seen lately. There is one empty RAM slot and an extra SATA connector, though you'll need a SATA power splitter and a little creativity to mount a third drive somewhere. I got this machine for $450 new and it's a good value at that price; throw in a $50 SSD and you have a super snappy compact desktop PC for $500. I like it.

https://www.jodybruchon.com/
http://www.gazingcat.com/

1 year, 1 month ago

Screencasting on OBS FreeBSD

1 year, 2 months ago

PsychOS website: https://psychoslinux.gitlab.io

Default username: psychos
Default password: linux

Base GNU/Linux distribution: Devuan
Included Live ISO's after install (added to GRUB): FreeDOS, KalibriOS
Desktop Environment: XFCE
Package management: apt, pip, gem, rpm, yum, pacapt, and alien
I would have included 'zypper,' but I was running out of room

PsychOS is a "better to have and not need than to need and not have" type of GNU/Linux distribution that is based off of a 32-bit (i686) version of Devuan ASCII, a systemd-free system. What that also means is that this system contains lots of software, codecs, firmware, etc. with the goal of if the "shit hits the fan," you can still get some work (or play) done. Extra repositories were included just in case something was missed (disabled by default); however, please make sure to only enable those repositories if installing software as opposed to upgrading, which may cause issues. And for what you cannot find, there are plenty of included tools to create what you need.

PsychOS also includes extra packages and settings for various applications to provide a better "out-of-the-box" experience as opposed to the user having to setup the same things most do anyway or wondering why a program doesn't work because they don't know how to configure it correctly. This is a system mainly for "broke as hell" creatives, old-school programmers, and college students. Web developers, remote compiling nut-jobs, and PC gamers (unless creating a game) need not bother; these types will more than likely find this system frustrating as it has been hardened in a way to make neophites cringe. In other words, PsychOS is designed to be used as a desktop, not as a means to keep your old computer barely alive in a resting home (VM, SSH, remote, etc.).

Devuan ASCII was chosen not just for it being systemd-free but also because Devuan ASCII is a fork of Debian, which is incredibly stable, "insanely" so, and I expect that when most GNU/Linux systems abandon older computers (kernel updates killing two birds with one stone?) that the developers and/or hobbyists for Debian will do everything they can to continue support for as long as they can. However, because it's 32-bit, PsychOS will run just fine on both old and new computers, including some Macbooks; I even had a Thunderbolt Ethernet adapter working just fine if that has ever been an issue (has for me on other distros). Please make sure to look at the Release Notes.

Keywords: Linux, GNU, Devuan, Debian, operating system, PsychOS, retro, old-school, computers, laptops, older hardware, programming

1 year, 2 months ago

The first PLATO Music Concert

copyright (c) 2017
William Schaeffer

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1 year, 2 months ago

Hp personal computer reclame
Datum van opname: 29 04 2000
Bron: Pal vhs

1 year, 3 months ago

Laser personal computer ad
Datum van opname: 1991
Bron: Pal vhs

1 year, 4 months ago

Philips personal computer ad 1990

1 year, 4 months ago

Vor über 30 Jahren, 1975, begann mit dem ersten 'Personal Computer' die technische Revolution, die unsere Welt bis heute entscheidend verändert hat: Privatpersonen begannen kleine Computer für zu Hause zu besitzen - persönliche Computer also. Vor ca. 20 Jahren gab es das erste Windows. Eine grafische Oberfläche, die zwar von konkurrierenden Vorbildern inspiriert wurde, sich aber heute auf fast jedem PC der Erde befindet und Computer leichter bedienbar und populärer werden ließ. Der Film zeigt wie der PC den Alltag eines Jeden beeinflusst und verändert hat. Auch die wirtschaftliche Bedeutung dieser neuen Industrie wird bewusst gemacht.

1 year, 5 months ago

Chemtrails to Pseudo-Life The Dark Agenda of Synthetic Biology
http://www.invidio.us/watch?v=QtZUC6...
Anmerkung: HAARP wurde erst 1990 konzipiert
Weitere interessante Informationen finden Sie auf: http://www.chemtrail.de/

Videoquelle: https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=F3fzxIYkCuY
Die Waffen der neuen Weltordnung

Die HAARP-Technologie erlaubt neben der grundsätzlichen Synthese, die Feinabstimmung eines EMP - von Beeinflussung bis Zerstörung technischer Systeme und lebender Organismen.
Durchstrahlung größerer Gebiete der oberen Lithosphäre (Erdschicht) - Erdtomografie - zur Ausspähung feindlicher, unterirdischer Depots und Verstecke über weite Distanzen. Technisch mögliche,
zum Teil vorbereitete Anwendungen:

* Tiefgreifende Bewusstseinsmanipulation großer Teile der Erdbevölkerung über Aussendung spezifi scher
* EEG- und anderer physiologischer Signale. Nach vorliegenden Informationen verfügt die HAARP-Anlage über modernste Techniken zur ELF-Modulation des abgestrahlten Hochfrequenzträgers. Elektromagnetische Induktion von Krankheitsmustern in biologische Systeme.
* Globale Wettermanipulation.Weitläufige, massive Manipulationen von geophysikalischen und Ökosystemen.
* Hocheffektive Abschirmung großer Gebiete vor Interkontinentalraketen und anderen ballistischen Flugkörpern.
* Zerstörung von Kommunikations- und Spionagesatelliten. Radaranwendungen - Differenzierung zwischen eigenen und feindlichen Flugkörpern.
* Gelenkte Kommunikation. Störung bzw. Unterbindung drahtloser Nachrichtentechnik (Funk, Radar, TV, Radio, Telefon, etc.) über weite Gebiete des Planeten.
* Beeinflussung elektronischer Bauteile (Halbleiter) /elektromagne-tischer Datenträger (Festplatten, Floppy-Disks) bis zur thermischen Zerstörung.
* Die Möglichkeit eines vorzeitigen Polsprungs - Die Horrorvision schlechthin.
* Globale Zunahme von Erdbeben und Überschwemmungen.
* Änderung globaler Wetterstukturen.
* Störungen der gesamten drahtlosen Kommunikation, auch der in dieser Gegend überlebenswichtigen Flug-, Busch- und Notfunksysteme.
* Empfindliche Beeinflussung elektromagnetischer Kommunikations -, Wachstums- und Orientierungsmechanismen der Tierwelt, z. B. bei (Zug-) Vögeln.
* Beeinflussung fundamentaler Biorhythmen und der DNA-Replikation.

http://www.klimaforschung.net/haarp/haarp.pdf
#
US-Patent 6506148-B2: Die Manipulation des Nervensystems durch die elektromagnetischen Felder
Unser Gehirn ist im Wesentlichen für zwei physikalisch messbare Frequenzbereiche empfänglich. Das sind einmal der Mikrowellenbereich, wie er auch für Handys benutzt wird, und zum anderen der niederfrequente ELF-Bereich. ELF Frequenzen arbeiten mit sehr tiefen Schwingungen von 1 bis 100 Hertz. Diese Wellen haben die Fähigkeit, tief in die Erde einzudringen, und können sogar Krümmungen folgen. Mittels ELF-Wellen lassen sich nicht nur Worte, Gedanken oder Bilder ins Unterbewusstsein transportieren, sondern es ist auch möglich, die Gefühle eines Menschen zu manipulieren.
http://blog.moderlak.de/us-patent-6506148-b2-die-manipulation-des-nervensystems-durch-die-elektromagnetischen-felder/
#
Smart Dust
Die unsichtbaren Computernetze der Zukunft
Während über die Tickets zur Fußball-WM 2006 in Deutschland noch eifrig diskutiert wird, weil sie Chips mit persönlichen Angaben des Käufers enthalten, bahnt sich längst die nächste IT-Revolution an:
Drahtlose Sensornetze, die nicht nur Daten speichern, sondern sogar selber welche sammeln.!!!!
Computer werden nicht nur immer schlauer, sondern jetzt auch unsichtbar. !!!!
Smart Dust – „intelligenter Staub“ – heißt die Vision von den winzig kleinen Rechnern, die man mit bloßem Auge kaum noch erkennen kann.
Doch diese klugen „Staubkörnchen“, von denen Informatiker derzeit träumen und an denen in Forschungszentren weltweit geforscht wird, sollen noch mehr können, als schlichtweg klein zu sein.
Ausgestattet mit Sensoren werden die Mikro-Computer „fühlen“, „hören“ und „sehen“ – und die Daten anschließend selbst verarbeiten.
http://www.scinexx.de/dossier-294-1.html
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1 year, 7 months ago

g2 computer systems reclame
Datum van opname: 19-10-1991
Bron: Pal Betamax

1 year, 7 months ago

High Tech Heroes, episode 20; hosted by Sherwin Gooch and directed by Hud Nordin.

First aired in 1990, episode 20 features Gordon Garb of Digital Productions talking about the art of Digital Animation on a Cray supercomputer. Features video clips of work from movies The Last Starfighter, and 2010; also Mick Jagger's Hard Woman music video and Honey Golden Grahms breakfast cereal TV commercial.

An interesting look back at a pivotal moment in computer graphics and a transitional time between traditional art techniques and modern digital production.

1 year, 8 months ago

Teleac Personal Computer2 les 7 1987

1 year, 8 months ago

Teleac Personal Computer2 les 8 1987

1 year, 8 months ago

Teleac Personal Computer2 les 5 1987

1 year, 8 months ago

For a long time now, I have wanted to piece together a 486 that runs DOS and Windows 3.11. When Lazy Game Reviews (A channel you should follow if you like gaming and computers) did his video building one, it gave me the inspiration that I needed to build one, as well. It took me 6 months to save money and gather all the parts that I wanted to put in this thing. I went through a lot of frustration and anger building this thing over several days, but it works. I promised a video out of the build process. Well, here you go. I hope you all enjoy this and thank you for watching.

Specs:
AM486 DX4-100 processor
64 meg of RAM (EDO. 72 pin)
Tseng Labs ET6000 video card
Creative Labs CT4170 (Sound Blaster 16)
BioStar MB-8433UUD-A Motherboard
HP Compaq 48X IDE CDRom drive
Samsung WN316025A 1.61 GB Internal IDE Hard Drive
5.25 Floppy Drive
3.5 Floppy Drive
It runs Windows for Workgroups 3.11 and DOS 6.22

Link to Lazy Game Reviews original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbjYkPKRm-8

The man we got the motherboard and video card from: https://www.ebay.com/usr/rarepcparts?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2754

At some point,. I would love to stick a network card in this thing and try to get it connected to the internet. Beyond that, I think I am done with building it (unless I decide to change out the audio card. I have been having some problems with it).

Thank you everyone for watching. I hope you enjoyed the video. As frustrating as it was, this was a fun learning experience and a real nostalgia trip for me. I am going to enjoy the hell out of this computer.

The song used at the end of this video is Fire by Dark Avenger

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2 years, 2 months ago

In this video I go over a very useful and interesting topic, which is graphing in the logarithmic scale, or log scale for short. The most common log scale, which is the one I cover in this video is the base-10 log scale. The idea behind the log scale is to convert the numbers on a graph, such as the vertical or horizontal axes, by taking the log of these numbers. The log of a number is, as explained in my earlier videos, defined as the power of the base, in this case base 10. For example the number 100, the log of it is log(100) = 2, because 10^2 = 100. Thus in this case, we reduced the number 100 to the number 2. When dealing with large numbers that vary a great deal, the log scale is useful in reducing the scale of the axis which makes it easier to visualize, as opposed to a basic linear scale.

Common examples of the log scale are found in Earthquake Strength (the Richter Scale), the pH of a solution, and the loudness of sound (measured in decibels).

I also briefly discuss log-log plots, which are plots that have both the vertical and horizontal axes plotted in log scales.

When graphing in Microsoft Excel, it is very easy to convert a scale into a log scale, without having to calculate the log of a number yourself. Simply change to a log scale, with your preferred base in the Excel axis options.

Download the notes in my video:

Written Notes: https://1drv.ms/b/s!As32ynv0LoaIhtdQAtLYxYdpKyRvaQ
Excel File: https1drv.msxs!As32ynv0LoaIhtdN2FDmoCKIFRNc0w

View Video Notes on Steemit: https://steemit.com/mathematics/@mes/logarithmic-scale-graphing-in-microsoft-excel

Related Videos:

Logarithms and their Properties - An Introduction: http://youtu.be/AZ6KKym19gI
Natural Logarithms, Log base 10, and Some Examples Using Logs: http://youtu.be/XRSkMk5L3pk
Convert Time to number, seconds, hours and minutes in Microsoft Excel 2007: http://youtu.be/fwMKbXI98tI
Converting Numbers to Fractions in Microsoft Excel 2007: http://youtu.be/YgJBK0QjIec
Intro to Tables in Excel 2007: http://youtu.be/B_zXmunqrl4
Drop Down Lists with Microsoft Excel 2007: http://youtu.be/e7Sbcn-y9j4
Proving Pi = 3.14... with Microsoft Excel - A Visual Proof: http://youtu.be/gfAAh75dsLw
Microsoft Excel Tips: -2^2 = +4 and NOT -4!!!: http://youtu.be/9QC3ZboI3wo
Skip Blanks when Graphing in Microsoft Excel: http://youtu.be/HcCJVUd7a5Q
Transparent Images in Microsoft Excel + Useful Tip: http://youtu.be/uKjtsQZ5Ow0
Automate Formulas using INDIRECT() Function in Excel: http://youtu.be/9WiBtrNq9yU
ISERROR and ISERR Functions in Microsoft Excel: http://youtu.be/MrZLtpsLktM
Trendline Slope and Intercept Formulas in Microsoft Excel: http://youtu.be/DTDY9RL35b8
Simplfying Formulas in Automated Tables in Excel: http://youtu.be/gFhT9OD_OyU
Remove Trendline from the Legend in Microsoft Excel: http://youtu.be/njp-zx_5Dq0
Converting Text to a Table using "Fixed Width Text to Columns" in Microsoft Excel: http://youtu.be/wOpcnsMHb6Y
Adding Secondary Vertical and Horizontal Axes in Microsoft Excel: http://youtu.be/fhPyaWzIQVk
Microsoft Excel: Graphing too many data points - Simple Solution: http://youtu.be/jKwFDR5X1ZY
Microsoft Excel: Data Bars within Cells: http://youtu.be/EjvAhSLmJgw
Substitute Function in Microsoft Excel: http://youtu.be/E9vWWWAqSvw
Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts in Microsoft Excel: Introduction: http://youtu.be/Po05TsKHhh8 .

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System Shock 2 Soundtrack
Command Deck 2

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System Shock 2 Soundtrack
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System Shock 2 Original Soundtrack
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2 years, 5 months ago

How to create a UEFI bootable flash drive:
Slides:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/12iE1ymLWncxnQ7uNs4qh0rtAnvLG3Udo/view?usp=sharing

When I gave this talk to the Philadelphia Linux Users Group at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, a 45 minute talk turned into a 1.5 hour talk with all of the questions and discussion. We had a lot of fun.

2 years, 5 months ago

The Beatles - I Feel Fine, a Flash Animated video by Melon.
http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/ifeelfine

2 years, 8 months ago