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5 tips for Organizing your cables

January 28, 2012 By: Administrator
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The modern home entertainment center is an amazing thing. Stunning HD video, immersive surround sound, internet-powered movies, games, and more. But a glance behind that sleek HDTV and all those components often reveals a disorganized mess of cables. These five tips will help you tame those tangles and get your cablesd under control.

Step 1: MAKE A PLAN


 
The most important and most overlooked aspect of proper cable organization is planning. It's human nature to want to get your shiny new toy pumping out light and sound as soon as you get home, but this mentality can also lead to shortcuts, poor choices, and an overall lack of planning on how things get connected. Taking the time to think through your audio-visual cabling, especially if you're starting from scratch. It will go a long way

How to take care of your Digital Camera

February 16, 2012 By: Administrator
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Here are the few tricks to help you take care of that precious camera so it will be very well protected over its lifetime.

Lens Care

The lens of your digital camera is its eye or window to the world - it is also the most important component in any camera. To take care of lens, make sure that you never, ever touch it directly with your finger. Also make sure that you put on the lens cap when not shooting pictures. If you really need to clean the lens, use a good lens cleaning equipment. Investing in a good lens brush, lens blower and lens cloth is very important. Never use paper towels as these can scratch the camera. Facial tissue should not be used to clean the lens of a camera either as the fluid and chemicals on the tissue can cause problems.

 

Temperature

Always keep the camera out of the sun. One mistake an amateur photography enthusiasts makes it store

SimSimi is a popular web-based artificial intelligence conversation program created in 2002 by ISMaker. Other websites call it a chatbot in which the program responds according to the text supplied by the user.
 
The answers generated by SimSimi application is based on more than 10 million question-and-answer scenarios that are saved to its database. Until today, Simsimi is continuously learning through questions from random users.
 
SimSimi is unable to give a 100% accurate answer to the sentence or question that users put in its text field. However, if

Having a CTRL + ALT + DELETE login sequence makes your computer more securely, this method prevents automatic login to Windows operating system and making more vulnerable to threats. Eg, changes to system settings, changing password or even the virus will function as well.
In this tutorial, we will tackle about on how to enable CTRL + ALT +DELETE login sequence or Secure Login to your Windows computer.

For Windows XP

  • Login to your computer as an Administrator.
  • Click the Start menu, select Control Panel, and then double-click User Accounts.
  • Click Change the way users log on and off.
  • Click to select Use the Welcome

by: Teki
During Acer’s Media Challenge in Davao on Friday, we were given the chance to use the Taiwanese PC maker’s notebooks in one challenge that involved writing a few lines of text.

We thought the notebooks used were just the usual ones that have already been released in the country, until somebody pointed out that an Acer Aspire S5 was actually part of that notebook fleet.
 

The Acer Aspire S5 was first unveiled during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January this year, and was one of the new line of

Last year, the NTC has sent out a memorandum to all carriers (Globe, Smart & Sun) asking everyone to lower their regular SMS rates down to Php0.80 from Php1.00. It should have been in effect since November 30, 2011.

We first reported back in July 2011 where NTC ordered telcos to reduce interconnection charges from Php0.35 to just Php0.15. The difference of Php0.20 will be passed on to consumers effectively making regular SMS rates cheaper at Php0.80.

However, if you will notice in your postpaid bill or even when you check your load balance for prepaid, the going rates for regular SMS is still Php1.00 and not Php0.80 as mandated by NTC.

Well, as expected, all the

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