Posted on August 10, 2017
This slideshow video on history is not something I usually do but it’s something I’ve been wanting to put together for sometime. Some of the earliest pictures ever made are fascinating such as the last survivors of the American Revolution for example. Before doing this, I didn’t know any of them lived long enough for the camera to be invented and to have their pics taken.
There are lots more interesting pictures out that I was unable to include due to the background music only lasting about 3 minutes. I might possibly feature the other pics and create a ‘part 2’ video sometime in the future.
This was difficult to put together because the size ratio of early 19th century photos was way different than the standard widescreen format videos we have today. After doing some tinkering around in Photoshop I was able to get them to look reasonably nice in the video. I also remove some watermarks and timestamps in some of the photos as well. As I was removing a couple of these watermarks I was starting to get a bit upset. Think about it some of these pics are almost 200 years old and people are claiming ownership in something that clearly isn’t theirs…
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Posted on July 20, 2017
My close friends have known this video has been in the making for a while now and finally found the time to finish it. This mob farm was built by one of the players on my private Minecraft server. After my friend showed me his creation I easily envisioned how this could make an epic music video. I was forced to downgrade my server back to 1.8.9 cuz those XP points weren’t glitching thru the glass blocks as well on the newer versions. In short this was probably one of the biggest projects I’ve done as it took about 3 weeks to make.
Posted on June 20, 2017
Posted on May 29, 2017
A video I recorded about a year ago of my relative’s dog. He’s always been one of the most energetic and friendliest dogs I’ve seen and thought he’d make a great youtube video. Enjoy!
Posted on April 25, 2017
I noticed these 2 twin kittens a few days ago and couldn’t resist to film and share on the web. It also gave me a great opportunity to make a Caturday post since I haven’t done one of those in a while. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Posted on March 17, 2017
I am working on computers again and wanted to share the fixing and upgrading of this Toshiba Satellite L455D. It came with Windows 7 (32-bit) and part of the upgrade involved removing viruses, fixing the registry, defragging the drive, BIOS update and removing lots of bloatware. Last but certainly not least the RAM was doubled from 2GB to 4GB and replaced an ancient hard drive (5400rpm) with a solid state drive. 🙂
It was so bad it took around 5 minutes to simply boot up into the desktop. Plus, when I tried doing a re-assessment of the Windows Experience Index score it failed to complete! Afterwards, as you can see in the video it boots up a lot faster!
Posted on January 23, 2017
Something I saw a while going about my normal day and couldn’t resist recording a video. I’ve never seen a vending machine so large and with so many different items for sale. Besides having candy and soda it also carries everyday grocery items as well. I’d go so far to say it’s an automated convenience store. Advanced drones and robotics is the path western society is steadily going towards. It started of with those unmanned Predator drones, now Amazon will be delivering packages via drones and soon there will be unmanned taxis via Uber and Lyft.
Update: Yep I was right on it being more of an automated store and some are bigger than the embed from above. They’re made by a company called Shop24 and after a quick image search a few have been branded under major retail chains.