Category Archives: Tech

Open-AudIT and OCS Inventory AG might be useful for churches and other non-profits that need basic IT asset management solutions.

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Amazon’s Video Event Tomorrow

Just thinking out loud… What if Amazon’s video event tomorrow goes in an unexpected direction? 1. Lots of rumors of both a set-top box (a la AppleTV) and an HDMI dongle (a la Chromecast). 2. Game controller rumors. 3. Rumors … Continue reading

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The Hackintosh Way – Part 3

I’ve slowly added back in some of the additional hardware I got for this machine, ensuring that everything works smoothly across the way. I also set up the machine to use my machine’s iTunes library in order to test fullscreen … Continue reading

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The Hackintosh Way – Part 1

I’m finally taking the leap and building a Hackintosh – the old Mac mini I’ve been running at home is just way too slow anymore to keep up with our iTunes and iPhoto libraries, not to mention the web and … Continue reading

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Here’s a cool post on re-using an LCD screen. Just takes a part you can order from eBay.

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Retrevo Manuals hosts a ton of manuals for various consumer electronics and other household products.

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Verizon FiosFAQ is an independent site with Q&A about Verizon’s FiOS service.

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Homemade Spacecraft on Vimeo

A father-and-son team designed and built a homemade spacecraft that took video all the way up and back down. WAY cool.

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Lifehacker Car-Buying Tips

This Lifehacker article on using Kelly Blue Book online via a cellphone saved someone money has links to other helpful car-buying tips. Worth a read.

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How to install a CableCARD tuner in your DIY Media Center. An interesting tutorial from Engadget HD…saving for future reference.

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