Thursday, November 02, 2006

HEY! You Like Traveling!

So, You traveling huh? Then go to "ytbtravel's Robo1 Travel" and you will save lots of money on traveling, it not one of those big time companies, who don't care. The person who runs the site is a nice lady.

Friday, September 22, 2006

How to add RAM to a laptop

How to add RAM to a laptop

How to install dual monitors

How to install dual monitors

How to install a graphics card

How to install a graphics card

Build a Computer Part VII: Power Up

This video shows you how to power up your newly built computer and get it running.

Build a Computer Part V: Assembly in the Case

This video shows you how to assemble and mount the power supply, cover plate, motherboard, standoffs, and wires in the case.

Build a Computer Part IV: Processor and RAM

This video shows you how to add your processor and RAM to the motherboard.

Build a Computer Part III: Make Sure You Are Grounded

This video shows you how to make sure that you're grounded when you're working with your computer.

Build a Computer Part I: It is easy!

This video is part I in a series of videos showing you how easy it is to build your own computer.

Build a Computer Part II: Basic Parts

This is video shows you the basic parts you need to build a computer.

Computer Tour

Have you always wondered what is on the inside of your computer? This video takes a look at the inside of a computer and examines the seven major parts.

Friday, September 15, 2006

House Robbery

Two guys breaking into my brother’s house and stealing his stuff. Wyandotte Michigan.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

9/11 shooter, shooting people jumping from buildings

This is a clip from the CameraPlanet 9/11 Archive. For information regarding full resolution clips of this material, or the archive - email

Word Trade Center, September 11th, WTC, Terrorism, New York, Osama Bin Laden.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Voyage 200 User Review

The Voyage 200 3D graphing calculator from Texas Instruments

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In Living Color Season 5

Monday, August 21, 2006

Water Warriors

When water costs soar, residents of Highland Park, Michigan demand to know who will foot the bill.

Topics: Water, Community, Activism, Sustainability, Women's Rights, Civil Rights, Government, Michigan

A Girl Like Me

Color is more than skin deep for young African-American women struggling to define themselves.

Kimora Lee's Old Nose.

This is a small clip of Kimora's old nose before her nose job.

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Martha Jane's Liquor Store Robbery

Here is the graphic surveillance video Friday that shows a robber, Tony Swinnie, 34 smashing a liquor bottle into the head of storeowner Martha Jane Ezra, 62.

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Happy's Pizza Commercial [Full]

This is a Happy's Pizza Commercial, a Detroit pizza place, The Four Tops are singing in it. Only one original member is left in the group, two original members die, and Levi Stubb left. First Lawrence Payton on June in 1997, and then Renaldo Obie Benson on July 1, 2005 new members are Theo Peoples and Ronnie McNeir, Roquel Payton.

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The Williamson Family Reunion 2006 Video Part 2

This is The Williamson Family Reunion 2006 video part 2, at The Holiday Day Inn in South Carolina. For a Family Barbeque. On June 24.

The Williamson Family Reunion 2006 Video Part 1

This is The Williamson Family Reunion 2006 video part 1, at a Retirement Center in South Carolina. For old fashioned barbeque. On June 23.

Christmas 2005

This is a video from Christmas 2005. See Robosapien dance. Sorry that its so dark.

At The Airports And Flying

Here we are at The Columbia Metropolitan, Detroit Metro Airports in the tunnel, and Flying in the air.

On The Road

This is a video of us on the road, at a Kangaroo Gas Station, and at The Holiday Inn in South Carolina. Like my lil' cousin said "I'm Videocameraing it!" LOL!

Random Clips

Here are some random clips of my room and my mom.

The Detroit Winter Bast 2006

This is before The Detroit Winter Bast 2006 got started, a preview. And see Al Allen of FOX 2 News Detroit too!

The V.O.T.M. is Aaron Hall - Don't Be Afraid Video

here it is

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Detroit Fireworks 2006

This is the video for The Downtown Detroit Fireworks Show on June 28, 2006. This video is 22 minutes long. I hope you like it so, enjoy!

Friday, February 17, 2006

T.T.N:Brother's New MFC With A 2.5in LCD!

"Brother Introduces New MFC-820cw Mutli-Function with Wireless and Color LCD

2006 International CES
CES Booth #31123

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 5, 2006--Brother International Corporation, a leading manufacturer of multi-function products, today introduces the MFC-820cw ($249.99*). This Multi-Function Center(R) product features the company's first model with a 2.5" color LCD and comes with a built-in 802.11b/g wireless interface. Its 6-in-1 versatility includes color inkjet printer, copier, scanner, PhotoCapture Center(R) feature, fax and PC Fax functions. It begins shipping in February 2006.

Demand for wireless peripherals like the Brother MFC-820cw is very much on the rise and according the recent market analysis by International Data Corporation (IDC), ongoing growth in the use of these products in home and small office environments is a key contributing factor.(1) The MFC-820cw is built around the same attractive, space-saving design as previous models in Brother's stable of ultra-low profile inkjet MFCs. Among its many feature highlights are:

Photo quality color printing/copying/scanning, Stand-alone color faxing, A Flip-up 2.5" color LCD display for previewing images, easy menu access, and more, Built-in wireless (802.11b/g) and wired Ethernet network interfaces, Up to 6000 x 1200 dpi(2) color printing, Up to Built-in 10-page automatic document feeder

from Brother:
"We see a growth in the demand for wireless peripherals both for the home and small businesses. In fact the trend toward low-cost network connectivity will continue to spur on growth," said Don Cummins, Vice Presr on the network(4), Fax documents from computers on your network using the Brother software(6), Receive faxes to any Windows(R)-based computer on the network, Access images that are stored on media cards inserted into the PhotoCapture Center(R) of the MFC-820cw.

When using the built-in 802.11b/g Wireless connectivity the MFC-820cw has the SecureEasySetup(TM) feature, which allows you to easily install the MFC on your wireless network. This feature automatically configures the wireless network and security settings of the MFC-820cw with the push of a button enabling simple and secure communications with a wireless router supporting SecureEasySetup(TM) feature."

I think brother almost have me, but I'm going to wait for the update for the currnet printer I have with is the MFC-5840CN!

Sunday, February 12, 2006

T.T.N:Intel Stops Plans to Forgo 4GHz!

"In an unexpected move, Intel today announced that it will not move ahead with a 4GHz Pentium 4 after all. The chip, originally scheduled to appear by year end, is being cast aside in favor of larger-cache Pentium 4s at speeds of up to 3.8GHz. These P4s will have 2MB of L2 cache, similar to the Pentium 4 Extreme Edition targeted towards the deep-pocketed enthusiast crowd. P4s with the 2MB cache and clocked at 3.8GHz will begin shipping in early 2005; models with the larger cache running at lower clock speeds will follow.

The decision to drop plans for a 4GHz plans are a result of Intel's change in focus with regards to both processor strategy and marketing. Developments such as Intel's new processor labeling scheme along with the increased focus on dual cores demonstrate that Intel's clock speed fixation is at an end. In his article on the future of Prescott, Hannibal laid out Intel's CPU performance improvement strategy for its top-of-the-line desktop processor:

Intel's Pentium 4 architecture (a.k.a. Netburst) is predicated on the assumption that the former approach - shrink the core size and raise the clock speed - will translate into both better performance and better sales, because it's easier to sell MHz than it is to sell added functionality. The problem with this approach is twofold and can be summed up with two terms: transistor leakage and power density.

In Prescott's case, it looks like the answer is to try your best to adapt the old design to a new set of circumstances, rather than throwing it out the window. This means cranking way back on the clock speed increases, and taking advantage of Moore's Curves by adding functionality to the die instead.

The decision to increase the size of the L2 cache on the Pentium 4 along with the move towards a dual core design for Prescott demonstrate how Intel plans to continue performance enhancements on a CPU that's at the end of the line in terms of clock speed. Not that the Intel's situation is anything like Motorola's a couple of years ago, but the decision to increase the amount of cache across the board is reminiscent of the Motorola PPC 7450, which shipped with 256kb of L2 cache and 2MB of L3 cache in an attempt to wring extra performance out of the design.

Another factor in the decision to cancel the 4.0GHz part is likely a low expected return on investment. With dual core CPUs due in 2005, it's quite possible that a fully-qualified 4.0GHz part might not arrive on the scene until some time in 2005, maybe not until around the same time that the dual-core chips begin shipping. Such a delay is not out of the question, especially given that since the transition to 90nm, Intel has run into delays each time it has tried to step up the P4's clock speed. So for the foreseeable future, it looks like dual cores, increased cache, and 64-bit architecture will be the name of the game for Intel as it transitions to Merom, which is based on the older Pentium III architecture and due in 2007."

Shop at The Tech 4 U Store!

Now you can buy stuff with the "Tech 4 U" logo on it. Prices are low, and if you want to help support "Tech 4 U" this the place that has everything with the logo on. Now here is a list of things to buy from my store!

T-Shirts, Sweaters, baseball Jerseys, Spaghetti Tank Tops, Tank Tops, Hoodies, Long Sleeve T-Shirts, Hooded Sweatshirts, Sweatshirts, Golf Shirts, Jr. Raglans, Cap Sleeve T-Shirts, Tracksuits, etc.

Infant Creeper, Bibs, Sweaters, Baseball Jerseys, Sweatshirts, T-Shirts, Hoodies!

Mugs: Large and Regular, Steins, Mousepads, Pillows, Framed, BBQ Aprons, Tile Boxes, Coasters, Wall Clocks, and cute little Teddy Bears!

Hats & Bags:
Caps, Tote Bags, Messenger Bags!

Stickers, Buttons & Magnets:
Stickers, buttons, Magnets, Bumper Stickers, License Plate Frames, Ornaments!

Posters, Prints and More:
Calendar Prints, Journals, Posters!

Postage Pals, etc.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

The V.O.T.M. is Al B. Sure!'s "Off On Your Own (Girl)"

The Video Of The Month is "Al B. Sure!'s" - "Off On Your Own (Girl)" from his first album In Effect Mode in 1988.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Sony's Memory Stick Pro Duo Making 8GB in 2006

"No real surprise, but it looks like Sony will be releasing their 4 and 8GB Memory Stick PRO Duo cards in 2006. So you'd better start saving up now if you really want to make your new Sony Ericsson W810i into a $1500 8GB MP3 playin' musicphone.'

T.T.N:Toshiba make a 0.85-inch 4GB in 2007!!!!

"Remember those Guinness Book of World Record setting 0.85-inch drives from Toshiba? You know, the ones that were hitting at the end of 2004 only to be delayed for mass production until the summer of 2005? Well, that very same 4GB 3600RPM spinner is now shipping. However, Tosh concedes that consumer electronics companies looking to actually mass produce product with the drives will have to wait until 2007 to take delivery. Jeepers. So what does Toshiba do after such a boondoggle? Easy, pledge to bump capacities to 10GBs using perpendicular recording techniques. Oh Toshiba, your insolent belief in the boundless possibilities of (your own) progress would make Bertrand Russell proud."

Monday, January 02, 2006

Hands-on with the iSee 360i

So last night at ShowStoppers (which is probably the weakest of the evening press events that flock around CES) we got to play with the iSee 360i, a new gadget we'd originally feared would turn out to be mere vaporware. In case you missed the announcement the other day, this thing is a dock for the iPod nano, iPod mini, and 4G and 5G iPods that lets you watch video on a 3.6-inch, 320 x 240 LCD screen (by using your iPod as USB mass storage drive to stash video and music and photos). We figured they'd find themselves on the receiving end of a cease & desist from Apple -- or at least the receiving end of some nastly glares from Stevie J. during Macworld next week -- but apparently the company is made up of ex-Apple people who have managed to secure both Jobs' blessing and a license for their dock adapter.

We only spent a few minutes playing with the iSee, but its QVGA screen was bright and clear -- we only wish they'd gone for a widescreen display -- and rather than try and reproduce the iPod's interface, they've decided to go with an icon-based UI that gives you the option of navigating your video and music collection by cover art.
The iSee obviously adds enough to your iPod to make it comparable in size and weight to an Archos AV500, but there's something undeniably clever about a device that lets you add some extra functionality to a gadget you already own. All they've got to do is bring the price down, $249 seems just a little too steep, doesn't it? Either way, their rep, Melanie Vuynovich (who was also our hand model for the shoot) told us that the iSee 360i will ship this quarter, we'll keep an eye out for the launch. Click on for more pics.