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Microsoft: Our Recommendation is Your Command

As a computer geek I’m happy to give free advice and assistance to family and friends for all their computer needs. It’s fun, and I learn a lot in the process – including, in particular, how not to design user … Continue reading

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Projector Project: The Details

This is the second half of this series. The first includes a summary of the project and a neat diagram. Projector: Epson EB-1925W Our original plan was to purchase either an Infocus IN5104, or possibly a Benq SP831. We would … Continue reading

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Projector Project

Foothills Church of Christ is now at the tail-end of a project to upgrade the projector and provide a whole new infrastructure for all its audiovisual needs. If you’re interested in video setups for churches you may find this of … Continue reading

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Transperth train times Chrome extension

A colleague of mine has been having way too much fun creating plugins for Google’s Chrome internet browser. I like Chrome because it’s fast and lightweight – and just recently they’ve added support for extensions. Here is an extension he’s … Continue reading

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Alternate Data Streams

Via APC Mag I learnt something new today: Alternate Data Streams. I’ve tried Microsoft’s utility and noticed that most of the files on my NTFS volumes have small ADS’s, although none of them look like viruses or other malicious data. … Continue reading

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