If you are looking for powerful professional surveillance software on Linux for your IP cameras like I was you may want to give Xeoma a try!
When it comes to IP cam security software for Linux there are not many choices. I first started using ZoneMinder but after an awful long time playing with settings and trying to get it set up to work we [...]
If you are looking to edit video on Linux there are many free options available (OpenShot, Cinelera, Kdenlive…) While all of those programs work and with some time can get basic jobs done, none of them are quite up to par with Lightworks. Most of them have an ugly UI, a shortage of good built in effects, and some of them are uns [...]
Below are images of an article I wrote by hand, in hopes of inspiring people to take an interest in this almost dead art of handwriting. The pen is a wonderful instrument to those that know how to use it.
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If you are an artist looking to move into the digital world, then you might want to take a look at SketchBook Pro and ArtFlow. Both of these apps are fantastic for drawing and painting a digital masterpiece, and both have free versions in the Play Store that will let you get your feet wet and start creating amazing digital art.
SketchBook Pr [...]
This week’s Vape Store Review will be on VaporKings.com
Vapor Kings has been around online for a few years if not longer, and also has multiple retail locations that are growing. I first ordered from Vapor Kings in 2012. Before 2012 I had been ordering my supplies directly from the manufactures to ensure I received the quality I desire [...]
In the future weeks, I will be adding reviews of local and online vape shops that I have ordered from in the past, which will hopefully help those of you who are newer to vaping find the right place to order from.
I have been vaping since around 2007. In the beginning I was only doing it on and off because of frustrations with the quality of [...]
BYOD means “Bring Your Own Device”. Companies all over the world are starting to move toward fully implementing BYOD policies. These policies are great for a company. They still have the security, they get more daily hours of productivity and they no longer have to pay for the devices. This all sounds great for business, but let& [...]
A couple weeks ago, I was invited to a family get together. Shortly after arriving I felt the urge to use my e-cigarette. To be polite as I always am when in a house that is not my own, I asked the hosts if they would mind me using my e-cigarette inside. The response I received was the same response that I get from everyone who’s only [...]
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WIP. Converting my 1939 Zenith Radio to an Android media player. Just need to wire up the knobs on front now. Will have one for power, one for volume and two dummy knobs. The guts are a Kindle Fire V1 with CM, and some amplified speakers. I soldered wires to the KF power button that will go to the knob on the front, and am using the stock au [...]