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NEW Interactive Intro And GIVEAWAY!! Find Out What and How!

In automotive, food, food of the future, gadgets, gaming, green, música, music, pc, pc gaming, technologia, technology, Uncategorized on December 15, 2016 at 11:00 pm

Unveiling our brand NEW interactive intro and announcing our latest giveaway. Find out how you can win a… wait for it. Nah, you are just gonna have to watch the whole video above. Good try tho. Then you can read the description : ]
MUSIC by: Pablo Cabrera @ BandCamp.com and SoundCloud.com
Check out his other project with his band: A MARC Train Home on Spotify here;

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Unboxing and Showing The 1TB Samsung 840 EVO SSD. Solid State Drive.

In gadgets, technology, Uncategorized on March 1, 2014 at 1:43 pm

Samsung 840 EVO 2.5″ 1TB SSD. Solid state drive’s sustained sequential Read 540MB/s. Sustained Sequential Write 520MB/s.

Music by: Pablo Cabrera.
Song: Coarse Hairs.
Band: A Marc Train Home.
Download at: http://amarctrainhome.bandcamp.com

Linux On a USB Flash Drive. An Operating System in Your Pocket. Part 2.

In cosas, gadgets, technology on February 9, 2011 at 8:05 pm

Part 2: It shows how to install Puppy Linux on an USB flash drive. Then runs on a laptop without the need to install software on the hard drive. Great for a faster web browsing experience protected against spam, spyware, malware and pop-ups. Privacy is greatly improved. Enjoy!

Note: Do not throw the Linux CD (DVD) away. You may need it later. It can be use to boot some computers.

Software used: Puppy Linux 5.1.1 Lucid Puppy.

Link: http://freewebslinux.webs.com/index.htm

~ Music: Beautiful Day – U2 Mark Ronson Remix ~

Notes:
You can still use the CD to boot other computers. I am using an older PC (with a tube monitor and everything) running Puppy Linux 5.1.1 from the drive. Everytime the computer starts, it runs Linux and takes advantage of the speed. It has the DVD 24/7. If there is the need to run Windows for some reason, I just take the CD/DVD out for a moment.

Don’t forget to set the boot options on the bios (Del, F11 or F12 at the start) you want to set the computer to boot from the USB port or CD 1st and then the hard drive.

Linux on a USB Flash Drive. An Operating System in Your Pocket. PART 1. Tutorial.

In gadgets, technologia, technology on December 28, 2010 at 11:30 pm

Part 1: It shows how to download and prepare a CD to later install Linux on a USB flash drive. There you can run the Operating System, save files and open files directly with an array of utilities. Access the Internet, upload and download files. All inside the USB drive. Carry your operating system and important files with you in your pocket. Other uses: Very useful after a computer crash, you can run Linux and then explore the hard drive to recover your files without the need to use Windows.

Links:

En Español: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T0iIt…

Downloads: http://freewebslinux.webs.com/index.htm

How to Use a Nintendo DSi with The R4i SDHC Revolution Card. PART 2.

In gadgets, technology on October 21, 2010 at 1:51 am

Part 2: It shows how to connect the micro SD card and then transfer system, rom and media files (movies, mp3s, pictures and more) correctly. Also: Video conversion and finding the latest kernel. All this using your computer so later you can play them on the Nintendo DSi, DS, Lite or XL together  with the R4i SDHC Revolution flash card. Enjoy. Peace.

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