Logitech Craft Keyboard Looks Sick

The Logitech Craft

is a wireless keyboard with a premium typing experience and a versatile input dial that adapts to what you’re making — keeping you focused and in your creative flow.

Logitech Craft

https://youtu.be/zGAtPoguA34

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Get in line for Windows 10 Reservations; started today, June 1st, 2015.

Windows 10; it’s  finally here, nope just more teasing…

Just today I saw the first ‘real’ glimpse of Windows 10’s arrival.. Windows 10 is coming July 29, 2015. and reservations for the upgrade began rolling out thanks to a Windows Update today; June 1st.

Reserve your free copy of Windows 10 starting June 1st, and upgrade starting June 29th, 2015.

Specifications

These are for a pre-released version of Windows 10 and are subject to change.

System requirements

If you want to upgrade to Windows 10 on your PC or tablet, here’s what it takes.

  • Latest OS: Make sure you are running the latest version either Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1 Update.
  • Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or SoC
  • RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) for 32-bit or 2 GB for 64-bit
  • Hard disk space: 16 GB for 32-bit OS 20 GB for 64-bit OS
  • Graphics card: DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver
  • Display: 1024×600

Important notes…

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Proud; ‘Kevin Seeger is Kevin Seeger in a Kevin Seeger production..

Proud; ‘Kevin Seeger is Kevin Seeger in a Kevin Seeger production..

Flash Multimedia Portfolio thumbnail

Flash Multimedia Portfolio thumbnail

This was, well there’s a date in it, 2006-2007, an all flash multimedia portfolio, lots of layers, man o man, but i loved it and still do. somehow it came out great; but never complete. it never could be; a portfolio of your multimedia artwork that is also; as it happens to be, a piece of my multimedia artwork portfolio on www.kevinseegeronline.com

Excuse the dead links, this has lots of external stuff not just one swf, or flv, whatever now.. (–> HTML 5) and has survived traveling from mac to pc to usb flash and hdds, as well as all over the internet and different hosts.

check it out here:

http://goo.gl/TGoG43

or here:

http://kevinseegeronline.com/other/backup/portfolio-version-2.0/2d-animation/portfolio-magazine/index.shtml

What is the difference between 2.4 GHz & 5GHz?

What is the difference between 2.4 GHz & 5GHz?

Overview:

This article will explain the differences and advantages of the two frequencies of a Dual Band Wireless Router.

Symptoms:

  • what is the difference between 2.4GHz and 5Ghz
  • which is better, the 2.4GHz or the 5Ghz

Resolution:

The major difference between 2.4GHz & 5GHz is the range and the bandwidth. 2.4GHz frequency can reach  farther than the 5GHz frequency. So if your requirement is coverage rather than bandwidth, you should select 2.4GHz rather than 5GHz. Higher the frequency the attenuation of waves will be more.  

      

   Interference:

2.4GHz encounters more interference compared to the 5GHz signal, reasons being,

  • Most of the wireless devices run on 2.4 GHz starting from cordless phones, Microwaves, Bluetooth, amateur radio & Television, etc.
  • Only 3 non-overlapping channels (channel 1, 6, & 11) compared to 23 in 5GHz which isolates the 5 GHZ from other signals around.

Overall the 5GHz has shorter range compared to the 2.4GHz.  It is recommended to select the 2.4 GHz if you using computers and wireless devices to access the Internet for simple browsing and email.  These applications do not take too much bandwidth and work fine at a greater distance.

However, if you are in a place which is crowded with more wireless signals, it is advisable to use the 5GHz network to avoid interferences. Furthermore, the 5GHz is most suited for devices which require uninterrupted wider bandwidth for video/audio streaming or multimedia content.

Comcast; “We Don’t Give a F_ck”

Check out this awesome Chess app

Chess.com v3 Beta available now only via

Beta community

https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/103811010308225325535

Chess.com app in Google Play

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.chess

Heard about ‘Heartbleed’? Check your security…

LatPass

LastPass Now Checks If Your Sites Are Affected by Heartbleed

Yesterday we informed our community of the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug. In our blog post, we explained how this security issue impacted our service and what our users should know about the situation. We also built a tool to help our users start checking to see if their sites and services had reissued their certificates, so that users would know if it was safe to start updating passwords for those sites: https://lastpass.com/heartbleed

To help our users take action and protect themselves in the wake of Heartbleed, we’ve added a feature to our Security Check tool. LastPass users can now run the LastPass Security Check to automatically see if any of their stored sites and services were 1) Affected by Heartbleed, and 2) Should update their passwords for those accounts at this time.

The LastPass Security Check can be run from the LastPass Icon menu. Click the LastPass icon in the browser toolbar, click the Tools menu, and select the Security Check.

In the Security Check results, we alert you to sites affected by Heartbleed:

We will continue to update the Security Check recommendations based on which sites we have seen take action and where it is safe to update your passwords. We’ll monitor the situation in general and keep our community posted.

If you’re not using LastPass yet, now is the time to get started with organizing and managing your passwords, and use our tools to generate new passwords for your online accounts.

Update: April 10th, 2:29PM ET

Many users are still concerned about what the Heartbleed situation means for their LastPass master passwords. To further clarify, we do not see a need at this time for existing LastPass users to update their master passwords. That said, if you would prefer to, there is no harm in doing so. We continue to update our LastPass Security Check tool to provide you the latest information regarding potentially-impacted sites. Thanks to our community for the feedback and input.

Read more on LastPass, how it is awesome, free and more on their blog about this security issue…