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Wednesday, July 23

1406156400 Tech News 2Night
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Thursday, July 24

1406221200 Tech News Today
1406224800 Know How...
1406228400 The Social Hour
1406233800 Coding 101
1406237400 Home Theater Geeks
1406242800 Tech News 2Night
1406246400 OMGcraft

Friday, July 25

1406307600 Tech News Today
1406311200 This Week in Law
1406318400 Android App Arena
1406329200 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, July 26

1406397600 The Tech Guy

Sunday, July 27

1406484000 The Tech Guy
1406498400 This Week in Tech

Monday, July 28

1406566800 Tech News Today
1406570400 Triangulation
1406575800 iPad Today
1406588400 Tech News 2Night
1406590200 Marketing Mavericks

Tuesday, July 29

1406653200 Tech News Today
1406656800 MacBreak Weekly
1406664000 Security Now
1406671200 Before You Buy
1406674800 Tech News 2Night
1406678400 All About Android

Wednesday, July 30

1406734200 FLOSS Weekly
1406739600 Tech News Today
1406743200 Windows Weekly
1406750400 This Week in Google
1406761200 Tech News 2Night
1406763000 The Giz Wiz
1406768400 Ham Nation

Thursday, July 31

1406826000 Tech News Today
1406829600 Know How...
1406833200 The Social Hour
1406838600 Coding 101
1406842200 Home Theater Geeks
1406847600 Tech News 2Night
1406851200 OMGcraft

Friday, August 1

1406912400 Tech News Today
1406916000 This Week in Law
1406923200 Android App Arena
1406934000 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, August 2

1407002400 The Tech Guy

Most Recent Episodes

FLOSS Weekly
Episode #302: Open Mirage July 23rd, 2014

Mirage OS is a library OS that works across a variety of cloud computing and mobile platforms.

Tech News Today

The good side of drones.

All About Android

Google's enterprise vision for Android.

Before You Buy

Jason Howell previews the OnePlus One smartphone.

Security Now

To what degree is iOS a Surveillance tool?

Tech News 2Night

Apple ramps-up larger screen production.

MacBreak Weekly
Episode #412: iTime July 22nd, 2014

Apple granted 'iTime' smartwatch patent.

OMGcraft

A simple alternative to Minecraft servers.

Tech News Today
Episode #1054: NY-Fi July 22nd, 2014

New York's plans to replace phone booths with Wi-Fi hotspots.

Marketing Mavericks

The evolution of internet based radio and its future.

Know How... 92

Cognitive Radio, OS X Tips, and Make a GIF

May 8 2014

Will Cognitive Radio be the most advanced form of wireless, OS X tips, make a .gif using Adobe Premiere, and a better way to monitor your camera.

Cognitive Radio

DARPA aims to create a software-based communications system called Cognitive Radio, combined with old drones as wireless hotspots. It could provide un-jammable High-Speed internet to the battlefield or in areas with no ground infrastructure. Article Link Here.

OS X Tips & Tricks

Record Video / Audio
Using Quicktime you can easily do a screen or audio recording.

Animations & Zoom
Hold the "Shift" key and close a window. Wooosh! Silly i know, but hey you can do it. If you use "command" and "+" or "-" you can zoom in or out. Pressing "command" and "0" puts the screen back to normal.

Force Quit
Apps freeze and or crash. You could force close and app using "command" "option / alt" and "esc", but there's another quicker way.
If the app in question is selected, simply click the Apple logo and hold "shift" this will force close the app without the second "Are you sure?"

Hidden Options
Once again clicking the Apple logo brings a drop down, if you look closely you'll see some have "..." which are called ellipses, if a option has and ellipse next to it, that means it'll open a dialogue box. Say you'd rather just skip the dialogue box, hold down option and it will perform the action right away.
Also "About this Mac" switches to "System Information", moving over to the volume option, if you just click the volume button, only a slider appears. But if you hold down "option" it'll display your audio options. If you hold the "option" key while clicking on the WiFi logo, you'll be presented with details about your connection.

Move Menu Icons
It doesn't take long for the menu bar to get cluttered, but you can fix that and organize it to your preferences by holding "command" and dragging the icon where'd you like. If you drag the icon off the bar, it'll disappear in a puff of smoke. One note is that 3rd party icons can't be moved. If you accidentally delete an icon, don't worry in the settings you can still re-enable.

Login Items
Open up Settings, and go to Users & Groups, in your User, click on "Login Items". Here you'll see a list of programs load on boot up. Here you can get rid of programs by hitting the "-" button at the bottom. You can also add programs to launch at start by hitting the "+" button.

Permissions
Without getting too deep into it, if you're getting some weird errors and your Mac seems to be running sluggish one thing to try without having to alter any hardware is to Verify and Repair your Permissions.
In Spotlight search for "Disk Utility" or navigate to "Applications > Utilities > Disk Utility" here you click on your HD, and press the "Verify Disk Permissions" this can take a few minutes. Once finished you'll see a list of permissions needed to be fixed. Click the "Repair Disk Permissions" this will also take a few minutes.

CCleaner
Here's a program that I've used for quite awhile on the PC, CCleaner is a program that can help streamline cleaning, uninstalling, startup programs, and also repairing permissions. Running the cleaner will clear out your cache of cookies, download history, trash and whatever else you have selected on the list.

Create a GIF in Premiere

Export as a animated .gif

Monitor for Your Camera

Marshall M-CT5 5 Portable Camera-Top Field Monitor

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