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A New Kind of Science – Stephen Wolfram

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Noted scientist Stephen Wolfram shares his perspective of how the unexpected results of simple computer experiments have forced him to consider a whole new way of looking at processes in our universe. Series: “Frontiers of Knowledge” [4/2003] [Science] [Show ID: 7153]

Apple Music Event 2001-The First Ever iPod Introduction

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Here we see Steve Jobs introducing the very first iPod at a low key event in 2001. The rest is history.

Tiger How To: Install a Motherboard

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

A motherboard can appears as frightening apparatus. Not only is it the framework of your entire system, one wrong move, and you can kill expensive components, even the entire machine. But never fear! Tiger has done these kinds of motherboard installs hundreds of thousands of times – and you can too! Here he’ll show you how to safely and correctly install the foundation for your killer system in another installment of our world-renowned Tiger How To: Install a Motherboard. Watch, Learn, and Enjoy!

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How to paint the MONA LISA with MS PAINT

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Painting of the Mona Lisa using Microsoft paint. Original painting time 2hrs 30mins. Plays in under 5 minutes.

Thank you everyone who voted for this video in the 2007 YouTube Video Awards.

How to Make a Cheap Multitouch Pad – MTmini

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008


-Software and Getting Started Guide-
* MTmini Software (Touchlib) and Updates:

-MTmini Help and Discussion-
* MTmini Hardware Help:
* MTmini Software Help:

-What’s a MTmini?-
Don’t have a Multitouch Table yet? Have one, but need something smaller for testing? Building a small portable multitouch pad will allow you to test software and experiment on a smaller scale while building your full table or when away from your multitouch screen. Have fun and make a MTmini! This uses Front Diffused Illumination, with normal ambient light (infrared not required or needed) and a normal off-the-shelf webcam (IR filter can still be in place).

-How’s it Work?-
For this to work, all you need is a room with (at least) some light. The results will be best when the room lighting is even (no bright lights shinning from one direction onto the multitouch pad).

When you place you fingers on the surface, shadows are created where your fingers are. The webcam sees these shadows and sends the image to the tracking software which tracks the shadows as they move on the surface.

It’s important to try different lighting setups and to configure the software in order to get the best results.

-Want to Build a Multitouch Pad with Projection?-
*DIY Multitouch Community:

Thanks to:
-David Wallen
-Christian Moore
-Laurence Muller
-NUIgroup Community

* For all your multitouch needs*


Charlie Brookers ScreenWipe Computer Games

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Charlie Brooker Reports On The History Of Computer Gaming

#29 – Question/Answer: Best Gaming Headset

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

What’s the best gaming headset on the market?

Stereo Headsets:
– Sennheiser PC-161*
– Steelsound 5H v2
– Koss SB40 or SB45
– Creative Fatal1ty

5.1 Headsets:
– Razer Barracuda
– Edimentional AudioFX
– Zalman RS6F
– Tritton AXPC or AC51
– Saitek Cyborg
– Turtle Beach x52

#21 – Question/Answer: Rodney’s Work/Gaming Computer System

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Rodney, what computer components do you have in your personal computer system? Link to system:

Case: Silverstone TJ07 (Black)
Power Supply: Antec TruePower Quattro 850W
Motherboard: ASUS P5N-T Deluxe
CPU: Intel Q6600 2.4 GHz Socket 775
Memory: G.SKILL DDR2 PC2-8800 4GB Memory Kit
Water Cooling: Swiftech H20-120 Premium
Video Card: 2 x 8800GTX. One EVGA 8800GTX & BFG 8800GTX OC WC Video Card
Sound Card: Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeMusic
Hard Drives: Western Digital Raptor X 150GB (RAID 0)
DVD Burner: Plextor PX-755SA
Floppy Drive: 1.44MB FD (Black)
Keyboard: Hiper HCK-1K18A Black Aluminum
Mouse: Razer Copperhead
Mouse Pad: Razer Mantis Mat
Display: BenQ FP241VW 24″ LCD
Audio System: Pioneer VSX-D209 5.1 Receiver, Cerwin Vega HT-S10A Sub and Speakers (Polk Audio RTi4 for front, Polk Audio R15 for rear and Cerwin Vega E-75C for center channel)
Headset: SteelSeries SteelSound 5H v2
Router: D-Link DIR-655 Xtreme N Gigabit
Flash Drive: 2GB Crucial Gizmo Overdrive USB2
UPS: Ultra 1200W Backup
Operating Systems: Windows Vista Ultimate (64-bit)

No R18+ Gaming Classification in Australia

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

The following segment was from South Australia’s Stateline program, made by the ABC (Australia). If you want to contact Mr Atkinson to tell him your views, his official email address is

Retro NES Gaming PC – Stealth Edition

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

This is my Retro Gaming PC – Stealth Edition, a NES Console modded with a computer inside to play old school nes, snes, and n64 games. The project is ‘stealth’ because all the connections are the original NES connectors and there is no way to tell that this isn’t a normal NES until you turn it on.

For details on how this was made, and other fun projects;

I have seen a lot of NES’s built into computers on the web, but none have a completely stock look. In fact the majority look like frankenstein hack jobs. Hopefully mine will only look like that if you open the case. I have some original ideas that makes this build very unique.

If you want to see the worklog, please sign up and visit the forums by following this link:

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