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Mpow H7 Headphones After Almost 1 Year

In this video we do a 1 year review of the Mpow H7 Headpnhones! Please watch the whole thing folks! This video was shot on the Xiaomi MiA2 and edited on the MiA2 phone. If you are a creator look at the description below and check out tubeBuddy if you have not tried it yet!

Videos or Links mentioned in this video:
Mpow H7 Headphones: https://amzn.to/2ZnprQk
The Xiaomi MiA2: https://amzn.to/2YSm6sw
VersionTech Gaming Headset: https://amzn.to/34XueJm
PowerDirector Pro: Vist the Google Play Store
MPow Selfie Stick/Tripod: https://amzn.to/2PAQsfP
Tubebuddy: https://www.tubebuddy.com/HighEndCheapTech

Below is the video:

 

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Channels/People Who have helped us out this last year!
Mike Reed’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr8q0k8jNqI9NqllOYOPUPA
AMDTech (Andrew Mark David): https://www.youtube.com/user/andrewmdavid
Linus At TechlineHD: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgfZazkz3uwmbVmvkl0cTbg
C. Butler’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpOj1GoY4hLcr_qOUL7mlmw
Subscriber: Jose Soto (twice!)

That is all,

Tim

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Finally Remembered That I Can Actually Turn on the Firewall on This Server.

Originally posted 2016-10-07 09:40:59.

firewall-setup1This Linux based server has been running on this VM for quite a while on the Chuwi HiBook tablet and being used to running previous tablet based servers in Android, I completely forgot that I could turn on the Linux Firewall.

So starting last night I began looking through the server logs for entries which don’t belong and adding the IP’s to my Firewall, “drop” list. Because IP addresses can change I usually block an entire segment, like 123.123.123.X, where x=all 254 available addresses.

This will likely as not cut folks off from being able to connect to this site, but that is the reality of having a hacker in your neighborhood. 1 bad apple does indeed spoil it for a large number of folks.

So far I have only killed off a few sets of IP’s but the list will grow. On my primary server I have about half of China and half of France blocked off.

That’s about it for this morning.

Tim

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: The Dell XPS 15 After 2 Weeks

Originally posted 2018-05-16 18:48:13.

This one comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and covers the latest Dell XPS 15 2 in 1 laptop/tablet/convertible device.

It comes packed with a lot of features like the Intel Core i7-8705G processor and 16 gb ram, along with 256 GB of SSD storage.

It is fast, looks great, has a fantastic display and does most everything well. However it has a few downsides such as battery life and the web cam placement, watch the video to learn the details on those.

It will do a very respectable job of playing games and can obviously do well at any business application you throw at it.

So let us get right to that video!

That is all for now, except please subscribe to our channel or click those big donation buttons on the website here!

Tim

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Today’s Thoughts on the Incredible Power of Modern Computing Devices That We All Take For Granted.

Originally posted 2016-06-19 12:52:44.

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This is what a “server” used to look like

I have been associated with computers since about 1988 and IT in general , even when it was called IS (information systems), and I remember the “old days” which were actually only a few years ago.

For the younger folks out there, who do not remember the year 1995, because you were not cognizant of the world about you yet, I distinctly remember Bill Gates telling us we would never need more than a 350mb hard drive! Yes children, in 1994/95 we were in heaven if we had storage in the megabyte range!

Now lets fast forward to the  current year, 2016. We can actually run a web server on a freaking tablet! Look at the image at the top of the article  and then think about this: That device had about 1/10th the storage space and at best, 1/4 the processing power of a modern high end tablet! It weighed in at roughly 35 lbs and had numerous screaming fans to keep it cool.

On the other hand the server that I am writing this on has no fans, weighs in at under a pound, including it’s protective case and only makes sounds when it is telling me I have email. The server I am running this site on has more storage capability than the entire rack shown in the image below!

All those big boxes, contained less storage than your phone does!
All those big boxes, contained less storage than your phone does!

What a server used to sound like…(perhaps a very slight exaggeration)

Now certainly there is a lot to be said for huge servers with redundancy and fallbacks, but if you just want to run a simple web site and cough up information and images to the masses, you have that capability with a tablet/notebook/PC these days. This site is currently running on an Asus Z580CA with 4 gb ram and a quad-core 2.3 gHz processor and as I sit here typing it is playing music and syncing my Gmail/Facebook/Yahoo/Outlook accounts. All while being connected wirelessly and allowing me to run a web site.

As for redundancy, well a few clicks and I can back the site up to Dropbox or Google drive, which I do on a regular basis, and I can restore to my Dragon Touch X10 or to my Windows 10 Asus X553SA running a Virtual Machine in Linux.

What this all means is that in today’s world everyone can run a web site as long as they have a relatively fast connection such as cable or fiber if you are super lucky. I use KSweb on the Android tablets to run the server and VMware on the Windows 10 notebook to run a Linux Debian VM.

We truly live in amazing times technology wise folks! Sure, there are downsides to all this. It means that hackers and terrorists can easily setup a web site as easily as you or I, but that is a matter of YOU taking responsibility for your actions and being situationally aware of what you are doing. Never depend on your anti-virus program to protect you 100%, but be aware of information that you share. Always check the address bar on your browser and make sure the site you “thought” you went to is the site you are actually at. Simple little steps can keep you safe on the web. But it is YOU who needs to protect yourself. Your mommy ain’t here to protect and clean up your messes and software, while great only goes so far.

So in closing, lets just take a peek at what the server I am wring this on looks like….

Yeah, less than 7mm thick and no fans!
Yeah, less than 7mm thick and no fans!

Yes folks, than little slab of plastic and glass is the web server (currently), and we should all be thinking, damn! Ain’t life cool in the new millennium +16!

Tim

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The New Zotac Mini-PC Absolutely Destroys the Old Dell Optiplex with a Very Good WD 1TB Hard Drive

Originally posted 2017-02-21 22:37:31.

I know I posted some disk drive speed tests when I first got the Zotac CI323 Mini-PC with a nifty Silicon Power 240GB SSD.

The bottom line here… the Dell and the Western Digital drive are absolutely no match in a straight up  drive test. The numbers are not even close! Obviously we are comparing a much old Dell to a PC that is much faster, but still…

Well I won’t say anything more… here are the Disk scores…incidentally, the Zotac, scored just about the same as the first time I tested it.

Here are the first tests on the Zotac SSD….

 

 

 

 

 

 

The results above are almost uncanny, truly coincidental and I have no clue why they are identical, although I am not complaining.

That covers testing for tonight,

Tim

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