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Posts Tagged ‘computers

A Bunch of Things that Will Probably Drain Your Will to Live.

February 9, 2011

Have some pointless time wasters. Seriously. The Scale of the Universe. Monoface. Calculator Words. All of them. Tone Matrix. Average Face. Bomomo. The Complete List of Colours. Don’t Click it. (Probably my favourite!) Dreamlines. Hahahaha. Infinite Click and Read How the Internet Sees You. Flabby Physics. Wikipedia Vision. Rare Phrases. Emergency Yodel Button. ??? Psychedelic. […]

Is Smoothwall Finally Down?

April 20, 2010

Today I went into our library to return a couple of books. Nothing exciting. I didn’t even hear any crys of anguish (see earlier posts). But then I looked around, and I saw that my friend was on his Gmail account. I smiled, walked on, and did a double take. Gmail? You see, on of […]

The Smoothwall is Breaking? OR Finding Tiny Cracks in the Smoothwall Defense Sytem

October 30, 2009

Smoothwall. What do you know about Smoothwall? It seems to be a kind of site blocker. Smoothwall has been installed at our school. The horror. No, really. Let me explain. Here’s the picture before Smoothwall… “A kid Named Yoshio Naru* skips merrily along the path to the local school. Grinning to himself, he thinks of […]

Barcoding

October 7, 2009

The Piano From the Future? Maybe Not.

October 7, 2009

You might not be aware, but talking piano’s are not new. Even my kinda old digital piano talks to me. But this is not pre-recorded talking that happens when you push a button. The speach and the piano music are intermingled together. If you want to see for yourself, please watch the below video. I […]

Robotix: The Aircraft Factory

October 5, 2009

This is a really weird but cool video about Mindstorms RXT. It is made with the Robotix stuff we are going to be using in an extra lunch-hour class. It said as a side-note on You-Tube that this airplane factory took 8000 Euros, and 2000 man hours to create. If you look closely, you can […]

A Meter that Knows More About Your Spending Than you do.

February 18, 2009

iGoogle has just brought out a new gadget. It shows the users power consumption in near-real time! If people know about their power-eating problems (where they are spending the most power), they can easily fix the problem. If they didn’t have this gadget, they wouldn’t know until maybe years later, costing the user a ton […]

The Blog Dictionairy

December 3, 2008

I was browsing my Igoogle page, and I found a blog that shows you all the blogs in Myanmar in alphabetical order! Just in case you are interested, the site for that blog is here. I have made this post my Igoogle post, because I think that it is a neat way for people in […]

Screen-Saver Racecar

November 21, 2008

A was scanning Dvice, looking for something to do, and I found the neatest video of life. You can watch it all, if you want, but the fun starts at 1:19 seconds in. See it off of directly off of Dvice here.

The Computer. Part Three

October 27, 2008

This is the third and final part to The Computer series. The computer this week is the Mac book fire. The Mac book fire is very very fast. So fast it seems to glow and smoke. It actually glows because the chips are so powerful. A good thing about that is it stops the need […]

The Computer. Part Two

October 14, 2008

This is the second part of the three-part Computer series. The computer today is the Mac book Water. Are you rushed for time? Do you have enough room in your suitcase or bags to carry a laptop? No? I didn’t think so. But do you have enough room to carry a water bottle? Yes? Then […]

The Computer. Part One

October 2, 2008

If you like computers, then this post is for you. You have maybe heard of Mac Book Air? It was a new super fast computer, that was ultra thin, and had a awesome touch pad thingy. But what it failed to have was an Ethernet port, an optical disc drive, and no 3G wireless ability. […]