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How to crop a layer in Serif Affinity Photo

This guide will show you how to crop an image in Affinity Photo. This is a workaround until an “official” method exists:   1. Select the Marquee Tool 2. Marquee Select the area that you want to crop 3. Go to the “Edit” menu and click on “Copy Flattened” 4. Go to the “Edit” menu […]

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The Ra̶̷m̶̷b̶̷l̶̷i̶̷n̶̷g Musings of an Aging Millenial

The ENIAC is as legendary as it was useful. when it was invented in the early part of the 20th century it ushered in a new era, the age of “The Computer” had arrived! Fast forward a few decades to the present and you will see that the world is now vastly different than it […]

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Cheap Windows Tablet as MIDI Host

The MIDI Chronicles | Recently I purchased a Launch control XL to accompany the Novation Circuit that I’ve had for a while now. I think that I may have been a little too excited when I acquired my new toy because I completely overlooked the fact that it requires a USB MIDI host for the […]

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Davinci Resolve 12 “No OpenCL”

I recently installed the free copy of Davinci Resolve 12. I haven’t had the opportunity to fully test the program yet but it looks to be leagues above my current video editor (Movie Studio 13 Platinum). I watched a few videos of the software in action and it is impressive especially when used for its highly […]

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The Consumer Hard Drive Debate

Over the course of working on and around computers, I’ve found that there is one thing that people always seem to be concerned about, and that’s hard drive performance/reliability. The hard drive is one of the most important components of a PC and can be best classified as a semi-permanent storage medium for all the […]

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My experience with Powerline Networking

Powerline Networking | The network cable has been around since as far back as I can remember. Ethernet as we know it was patented by the Xerox company in the mid 70’s and standardized by the IEEE n the 80’s. As much as people dislike running cables and networking the “right way”, it is a […]

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Zurich Airport by Erez Attias
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The Age of the Interconnected Society

  I remember a time when the internet was a place to work. You were either researching stuff or uploading the results of the stuff you researched. It wasn’t a “fun” place, it wasn’t chic nor sexy. The worldwide web was just that, a platform for communicating with your peers in ways that never existed […]

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iPhone SE, sometimes less is more!

iPhone SE | Phone technology has been advancing at a rapid pace in the last few years. There are now mobile devices with specifications that rival computers. Initially, the mobile trend was geared more towards portability. Practicality and functionality were not at the forefront of phone design. A good example of the form over function […]

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Introducing the Amazon Tap & Echo Dot!

AMAZON TAP & ECHO DOT | When the Amazon Echo was released from the amazon stables. I was one of the first people to write about the device. I eventually pre-ordered, received and love my Amazon Echo or “Alexa” as she likes to be called. When I initially reviewed the product I had a few questions on […]

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The Denon MCX8000 is on my wishlist!

Denon DJ MCX8000 UNITS BACK IN STOCK If you’ve ever thought about getting into the digital DJ game, you probably know by now that Pioneer is king. Their products are refined and their marketing is second to none. As far as controllers go you would be hard-pressed to find the quality and features available in […]

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