Category Archives: TECH

As Seen On TV Cooking Gadgets Tested!…

Frontier Kitchen

Date: March 18, 2021

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“Can these As Seen On TV Cooking machines really save you time & money? We put them to the test to find out!

This video is sponsored by the National Pork Board

We got our hands on some of the most-popular As Seen On TV cooking machines and gadgets to determine if they really work.

We’ll be testing the Red Copper 5-Minute Chef, POWER AIR FRYER XL, Veggetti Power and even the Pasta N More.”

I’ve been curious about the power air fryer xl, for a while now.

I’d like to get something of that nature…I think.

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10 Must See MultiFunctional Furniture Innovations and Designs ▶ 5 !…


Date: March 13, 2021

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“Raw Links

+ Adalı Kids :​

+ Boulon Blanc :​

+ Shrinkable Sofa :

+ Okimiki 오키미키 :​

+ Sofá Mágico :

+ Oppein Home Group Inc. :​

+ FlexibleLove Chair :​

+ iModern :​

+ Bed Up Down :​

+ Шкаф-Кровать-Дон :”


An Introduction To Programs…


Date: February 05, 2021

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“Niklaus Wirth said Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs. But programs are more than that. They are ubiquitous in modern life, but only a tiny minority of the population know how to program. Programmers, coders or developers are therefore seen as the most rarefied of individuals – disconnected from society yet with enormous influence and power.

This lecture examines what programming is, who invented it, and how it is changing to better represent the needs of modern society.

A lecture by Richard Harvey

The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website:

Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 2,000 lectures free to access or download from the website.


When Netscape Almost Destroyed Microsoft – Nostalgia Nerd…


Date: December 15, 2020

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“Here’s a story that started in 1989, with Microsoft’s alliance with IBM, and their joint OS/2 venture. But it would lead to an Antitrust case waged against Microsoft in 1998 by the United States Government. At the core of this case was Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, and the way it had been rammed into Windows ’95, in order to crush the competition of Netscape Navigator. It’s a story that the media followed intently, and I felt it was time to re-tell it, and just refresh our memories.”


The Commodore 64 has a Successor (and it’s amazing!) – Nostalgia Nerd…


Date: December 04, 2020

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“So, the Mega 65 is here. If we’re counting the days since the Commodore 65 prototypes, it has been a long time coming, but this “Mega 65″ is so much more than the Commodore 65 was intended to be. This is a complete machine, a whole machine, and although this is only the Mega 64 Dev Kit, it gives us a very firm taste of what the complete machine will hold. Let’s dive in.”


20 Useful Websites Everyone Should Know! 2020…


Date: November 24, 2020

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“The internet is a huge place with billions of websites. Separating out the useful from the needless can be difficult. So, in this super-sized edition in our useful websites series, I’ll be showing you 20 websites in a variety of categories we think are the most useful. All of which are bookmark worthy to make your online life easier. For fun, I’ll have a bonus site for you to check out near the end of this video.

0:00 Intro
0:27 Send Notes That Self-Destruct
0:53 Check If a Website is Down
1:18 Check If a Service is Down
1:48 Free Photo Editor
2:11 Username, and Domain Search
2:46 Check If Account Has Been Compromised
3:13 Free HD PNG Images
3:29 Do-It-Yourself Projects
3:48 Internet Speed Test
4:10 Online Screen Capture
4:34 Find Software Alternatives
4:59 Free Images to Use Anywhere
5:17 Find Manuals Online
5:52 Video Game Lengths
6:18 TV Show Ratings Graph
6:48 Security Scanner
7:22 Recipes By Ingredient
7:45 Automatic Meal Planner
8:13 Free PDF Editor and Form Filler
8:30 Statistics Portal
8:54 Bonus Site

Down for Everyone or Just Me
Eat This Much
Have I Been Pwned
PDF Escape
Screenshot Guru
TV Chart
You’re Getting Old”


What It Was Like To Buy A Computer In 1994…


Date: October 09, 2020

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“Back in 1994, I was working for the famous Silicon Valley startup General Magic. One night, my team and I decided to go into the local computer store (Incredible Universe?) in Palo Alto California and watch people buying computers. At the time, I considered the results of this shoot boring and put the Beta SP videotape in my archive. But today, all these years later, it is history for sure. All of my viewers who were around at that time will remember what computers and printers and keyboards and screens were like and how excited we were just to have a bit more memory. For my younger viewers, I do hope that this seems like ancient history, which in a way, it is. I particularly like the scene where the customer sees early video on a computer screen. I can still remember the thrill at seeing that moving image with sound coming over the Internet.”