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This is the first test run of a 31 cell series electrolyzer design. It produces HHO gas, a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen. The gas is uses as it is produces so there is little danger. I was able to get a MAX of 41 MPG on my 4 cylinder 2000 plymoth voyager van. I was also injecting water vapor and offsetting the voltage on the oxygen sensor to allow t he computer to trim fuel injection. This is the same design that high efficiency water torches (HHO/browns gas) use. I also lit the gas just to watch it burn.
17 Dec 2007
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http://live.pirillo.com - We haven't opened the phone lines in awhile, so I thought it would be fun to take a few calls tonight. This first one comes in from Quahog. Apparently, the caller is afraid of computer viruses, and put a plastic bag over his computer to protect it.
27 Dec 2007
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Ive done this to people several times. I feel bad because one guy even went as far as trying to reset his computer to factory condition before i got a chance to tell him it was just a joke. VERY easy to do and needs no special software. All you need is your MSpaint program or any other program that lets you crop images. If anyone uses this prank idea... please leave a message here and let us know how the 'victim' responded. I cant wait to hear from you all. Be sure to let them know its just a simple prank before they do something stupid. LOL
21 Dec 2007
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Another video about Jack Sparrow and Elizabeth Swann from Pirates of the Caribbean. This video is strictly somethings that happened between them. I messed up on the credits at the end because the program was acting dumb...so dumb that I was about ready to throw my labtop out the window! I need a better movie maker badly...it even shuts down after you use so many clips, so you have to waste space on your computer to save the movie so you can import it back in. (This creates less clips....but it is a pain in the butt) Oh well, at least I can still create movies with it. If anyone knows a movie maker that is free that is better than Windows Movie Maker...please let me know! THE CLIPS BELONG TO DISNEY AND THIS WAS JUST MADE FOR FUN, NOT FOR MONEY
31 Dec 2007
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This is a project that we built at school for christmas. it use a computer to control everything and a projector to show videos (it is not it the video).
9 Jan 2008
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Yet another computer prank you can pull on your friends! As I was watching this video over to look for any mistakes, I realized it was hard to read some of the text, so heres the instructions: Right click on any Icon on the Desktop and select "Properties". Copy the current target and paste it in NotePad, then save it. Change the target to: Shutdown -s -c "Haha! You have a virus!" -t 15 Note You can change whats in the quotations to whatever you want. You can also change the number after -t to any number you want, that's just how long it takes the computer to shutdown. For example, it could be: Shutdown -s -c "Lol, I hacked your computer!" -t 25 Have fun!
12 Jan 2008
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Ben talks to Doug Little from Wacom Technology about their very impressive pen displays. This takes tablet computing to an entirely new level with much higher precision than previous tablet inputs. Find out more at www.wacom.com
13 Jan 2008
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Black Inventors and Scientists - Philip Emeagwali Excerpt from: TIME magazine http://www.time.com/time/2007/blackhistmth/bios/04.html BLACK HISTORY MONTH by Madison Gray EMEAGWALI . COM P H I L I P E M E A G W A L I A C a l c u l a t i n g M o v e It's hard to say who invented the Internet. There were many mathematicians and scientists who contributed to its development; computers were sending signals to each other as early as the 1950s. But the Web owes much of its existence to Philip Emeagwali, a math whiz who came up with the formula for allowing a large number of computers to communicate at once. Emeagwali was born to a poor family in Akure, Nigeria, in 1954. Despite his brain for math, he had to drop out of school because his family, who had become war refugees, could no longer afford to send him. As a young man, he earned a general education certificate from the University of London and later degrees from George Washington University and the University of Maryland, as well as a doctoral fellowship from the University of Michigan. At Michigan, he participated in the scientific community's debate on how to simulate the detection of oil reservoirs using a supercomputer. Growing up in an oil-rich nation and understanding how oil is drilled, Emeagwali decided to use this problem as the subject of his doctoral dissertation. Borrowing an idea from a science fiction story about predicting the weather, Emeagwali decided that rather than using 8 expensive supercomputers he would employ thousands of microprocessors to do the computation. The only step left was to find 8 machines and connect them. (Remember, it was the 80s.) Through research, he found a machine called the Connection Machine at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, which had sat unused after scientists had given up on figuring out how to make it simulate nuclear explosions. The machine was designed to run 65,536 interconnected microprocessors. In 1987, he applied for and was given permission to use the machine, and remotely from his Ann Arbor, Michigan, location he set the parameters and ran his program. In addition to correctly computing the amount of oil in the simulated reservoir, the machine was able to perform 3.1 billion calculations per second. The crux of the discovery was that Emeagwali had programmed each of the microprocessors to talk to six neighboring microprocessors at the same time. The success of this record-breaking experiment meant that there was now a practical and inexpensive way to use machines like this to speak to each other all over the world. Within a few years, the oil industry had seized upon this idea, then called the Hyperball International Network creating a virtual world wide web of ultrafast digital communication. The discovery earned him the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers' Gordon Bell Prize in 1989, considered the Nobel Prize of computing, and he was later hailed as one of the fathers of the Internet. Since then, he has won more than 100 prizes for his work and Apple computer has used his microprocessor technology in their Power Mac G4 model. Today he lives in Washington with his wife and son. The
9 Feb 2009
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For more info, visit emeagwali.com From: TIME magazine http://www.time.com/time/2007/blackhistmth/bios/04.html BLACK HISTORY MONTH by Madison Gray EMEAGWALI . COM P H I L I P E M E A G W A L I A C a l c u l a t i n g M o v e It's hard to say who invented the Internet. There were many mathematicians and scientists who contributed to its development; computers were sending signals to each other as early as the 1950s. But the Web owes much of its existence to Philip Emeagwali, a math whiz who came up with the formula for allowing a large number of computers to communicate at once. Emeagwali was born to a poor family in Akure, Nigeria, in 1954. Despite his brain for math, he had to drop out of school because his family, who had become war refugees, could no longer afford to send him. As a young man, he earned a general education certificate from the University of London and later degrees from George Washington University and the University of Maryland, as well as a doctoral fellowship from the University of Michigan. At Michigan, he participated in the scientific community's debate on how to simulate the detection of oil reservoirs using a supercomputer. Growing up in an oil-rich nation and understanding how oil is drilled, Emeagwali decided to use this problem as the subject of his doctoral dissertation. Borrowing an idea from a science fiction story about predicting the weather, Emeagwali decided that rather than using 8 expensive supercomputers he would employ thousands of microprocessors to do the computation. The only step left was to find 8 machines and connect them. (Remember, it was the 80s.) Through research, he found a machine called the Connection Machine at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, which had sat unused after scientists had given up on figuring out how to make it simulate nuclear explosions. The machine was designed to run 65,536 interconnected microprocessors. In 1987, he applied for and was given permission to use the machine, and remotely from his Ann Arbor, Michigan, location he set the parameters and ran his program. In addition to correctly computing the amount of oil in the simulated reservoir, the machine was able to perform 3.1 billion calculations per second. The crux of the discovery was that Emeagwali had programmed each of the microprocessors to talk to six neighboring microprocessors at the same time. The success of this record-breaking experiment meant that there was now a practical and inexpensive way to use machines like this to speak to each other all over the world. Within a few years, the oil industry had seized upon this idea, then called the Hyperball International Network creating a virtual world wide web of ultrafast digital communication. The discovery earned him the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers' Gordon Bell Prize in 1989, considered the Nobel Prize of computing, and he was later hailed as one of the fathers of the Internet. Since then, he has won more than 100 prizes for his work and Apple computer has used his microprocessor technology in their Power Mac G4 model. Today he lives in Washington with his wife and son. The
9 Feb 2009
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This is how to clean up your computer to have it run faster, with Disk Defragmenter
28 Jan 2008
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This Video Shows You How To Tweak System Settings And Things To Do For you Computer To Run Faster.Best Viewed Full Screen
27 Jan 2008
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Aliens say HELLO on your computer desktop and take My Computer to the Alien's Laboratory
29 Jan 2008
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An easy way to set up a webserver so that you can use php jsp asp and all other web page formats from your computer. To use the file keep them into C: xampp > HTDOCS
28 Sep 2008
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This video shows how to conect your Ipod to your radio and listen to your favorite music trough your radio boxes. You can also connect your computer to your radio this way, the possibilities are endless.
20 Feb 2008
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A video of my production to teach you how to make an invisible wallpaper / screen of your computer, to send it to your friends and fool them!!
12 Feb 2008
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When I had to kick the side of my computer to get the hard drive to start up (it was only a 1 yr old Maxtor), I knew it was time to clone it as soon as I could. I used my Copy Commander 9 Program to make the clone of my old drive on a bigger WD one. Then I decided to back up my wife's computer by cloning her hard drive to another too. Here is how I did it. If your hard drive is over 3 years old,you may consider doing this too and get a bigger hard drive at the same time.
20 Feb 2008
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