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  • How to Use Yubikey on Linux

    How to Use Yubikey on Linux

    How to Use Yubikey on Linux Initial Setup: Download the YubiKey Manager. This will allow you to modify specific properties of your key, and turn certain features on or off. Once you’ve installed the manager, you’ll need to make sure that you have U2F mode enabled on your key. Next, download or create a copy […]

  • [VIDEO] 1 Year Later: Aventon Mataro Review

    [VIDEO] 1 Year Later: Aventon Mataro Review

    This is technically my second Aventon Mataro review. I made a ‘first impressions’ video about a year ago describing my experience clipping into a fixed gear bike for the first time. Overall, this bike has been great to ride for commuting and short errands. I rode the bike with stock everything for nearly a complete […]

  • [VIDEO] How To Make An Outdoor Fogger

    [VIDEO] How To Make An Outdoor Fogger

    So in summary… Danny says there was a guy who posted a video on YouTube a while back featuring this same method for creating an outdoor fogger. (food-grade mineral oil inside a propane-powered outdoor fogger), but for whatever reason, it was taken down. So this video is an attempt to keep the idea alive, and […]

  • Finally Writing Down A 3 Year Old Idea

    Finally Writing Down A 3 Year Old Idea

    I’m just not a person who writes things down. I never carry pens or paper. Even if I do happen to have a pen an paper with me, I rarely use them. I carried a Moleskine for…

  • Turning my Chromebook into an N64

    Chromebook N64 I hadn’t planned on turning my Chromebook into an N64 over the weekend, but it’s what happened. Turned out working pretty well, so I thought I’d share my victory with everyone! Prerequisites: Chromebook (or any laptop) a real operating system (not Chrome OS, but preferrably Linux) a controller of gamepad of some sort. […]

  • Blender, Linux, and R3D

    Blender, Linux, and R3D

    Convert with FFMPEG? If you’re wondering how to edit r3d on linux, you’ve come to the right place. This post is inspired by an official, yet very under-the-radar release of something called REDline Linux released back in mid 2018. As a fan of Linux as well as continuing my quest to discover a complete replacement […]

  • Earning BAT on Brave’s Ad Network

    Earning BAT on Brave’s Ad Network

    What’s a BAT? What’s Brave? How does all this work? Brave is an internet browser built off Google’s Chrome browser. So what makes it different? Brave’s mission is to solve the ever-growing problem of ads that track you and follow you around wherever you go. Brave’s goal is to pay its users every time they […]

  • How To Set Up a Raspberry Pi 3 B+

    How To Set Up a Raspberry Pi 3 B+

    Prerequisites For this tutorial, I’m going to assume that you’ve got enough hardware to get started. And if you got your Raspberry Pi as part of a kit, then you should be good to go. You should have the following: Raspberry Pi board Raspberry Pi power supply (micro USB Output 5V DC 2.5A Regulated, Input […]

  • Why The Breeze Cursor Theme is The Best

    Why The Breeze Cursor Theme is The Best

    Themes So basically, there are themes. Themes can do a lot to change the look and feel of your computing experience. If you’re a Linux user, there’s a good chance you like things customized. Just have a Google for “linux themes” and you’ll see what I mean. You can take this to whatever level you […]

  • Is It Okay To Blog About Different Topics?

    Is It Okay To Blog About Different Topics?

    For the last several years, I’ve had lots of ideas for various blog posts and videos, but there’s been a lot of stuff stopping me from ever making that video or writing that blog post. Early in my career as a video professional, I was blessed with the opportunity to work with several wealthy entrepreneurs […]