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Author: Mark Smith

Raspberry Pi 4: your new $35 computer

Computer Science is Changing Everything

I think 19th century was about the Industrial Revolution, about electricity, about disrupting their agricultural society and making it more advanced. The 20th century was about physics and engineering, to do more things easier in our everyday life from refrigerators to washing machines. And the 21st century is definitely the digital age. It’s the Internet. […]

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Easiest Way to Learn Linux

What is the easiest way to learn Linux? Some fan boys would say to install one of the bleeding edge Linux versions and essentially beta test the operating systems. I do not have the skills for that, and that is not the easiest way to learn Linux. I think the surest way to learn Linux […]

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Yosemite national park from Mac OS. Elon Musk present! №9

Yosemite national park from Mac OS. Elon Musk present! №9

Good morning! good afternoon or evening to everyone! I don’t know what time it is by your place 🙂 We are going to Yosemite National Park! and I will share its amazing views with you. Let’s go! I came to the States to hand my present to Elon Musk. Will I manage to do it […]

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Insta360 Studio tutorial (2018) free overcapture app for Windows or Mac Overcapture Tutorial Part 2

Insta360 Studio tutorial (2018) free overcapture app for Windows or Mac Overcapture Tutorial Part 2

Insta360 Studio tutorial: In this overcapture tutorial, I’m gonna show you how to make overcapture videos with any 360 camera, whether desktop or mobile, whether for Windows, Mac, iOS or Android. And I’m gonna show you the secret technique for making your 360 videos look their best. Hi my name is Mic and you’re watching […]

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The Bumble Nums Cooking Cartoon Collection | Banana Splits, Mac & Cheese, & More!

The Bumble Nums Cooking Cartoon Collection | Banana Splits, Mac & Cheese, & More!

– [Narrator] The Bumble Nums. (cheerful music) Today, the Bumble Nums are going to make boomerang banana splits! But what’s the secret ingredient? Three boomerang bananas! The Bumble Nums are on their way to the banana tree. They can’t wait to eat boomerang banana splits. Right, Grumble and Humble? – [Grumble and Humble] Yum. – […]

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How To Use Zoom on a Mac

How To Use Zoom on a Mac

Hi I’m Serge Siou and welcome to MacStudioA. In this episode, How To Zoom in on Mac This has to be one of my favourite and most used feature on the Mac. Using Zoom with scroll gestures. Being able to Zoom in and out on anything on your display is a relatively easy process, requiring […]

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How Computer Vision Is Finally Taking Off, After 50 Years

How Computer Vision Is Finally Taking Off, After 50 Years

NAT: Let’s start with what computer vision is and why computers need vision. SERGE BELONGIE: Sure. Computer vision is an area of computer science, and well, let me just start over. [MUSIC PLAYING] In computer vision, we try to teach computers how to see and that seeing can refer to understanding scenes, reconstructing 3D objects, […]

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This Computer Costs $10

This Computer Costs $10

– Hey guys, this is Austin. This might not look like much, but this is a full fledged computer that costs $10. So this is the Raspberry Pi Zero W. Now that wonderful name means that not only is this one of the super cheap Raspberry Pi computers that you guys have been telling me […]

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How to generate SSH public key to log into Linux VM | Azure Tips and Tricks

How to generate SSH public key to log into Linux VM | Azure Tips and Tricks

>>Learn how to generate a SSH public key to automatically log into your Linux VM with the Cloud Shell, in this edition of Azure Tips and Tricks. Instead of always needing to supply a password whenever I log into my Ubuntu VM, I just want to be able to SSH into it, and be able […]

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