In the third episode we are doing a task that requires flipping 100 virtual coins and tallying up the results. This episode we put into practice more filling skills, learn about Paste Special and the formulas RAND(), ROUND(), IF(), and COUNTIF().
Shoutout to Vinnies Dickson and Hi-Micro in Fyshwick! Found this gem of a game at the local opshop! After borrowing a external floppy drive I get to play this game from 1991 in 2021! Using a DOS emulator to play on Windows 10 from the original 3.5 inch floppies. As you can tell from my… Continue reading Amazing Opshop find! Civilization I the game!!
Our customer today worked for a childcare centre. They have photos they take of the children throughout the year and want to make a slideshow to show the parents at the end of the year! They asked me to teach them how to use a video editing program, so they can make the slideshows. Turns… Continue reading #CustomerRequest Easiest! and Best? way to make Slideshows is with Windows Photo
In this video I share explain what a Powerline Adapter is and demonstrate why they are way more awesome than wifi! Here are the results of my experiment:
My housemate showed me this really cool app that let’s you use your phone camera like a scanner. I have been now using this for nearly 5 years and I love it. So when a customer asked me if I had a scanner they could borrow, I told them about this amazing app. Links: For… Continue reading #CustomerRequest Use your phone for scanning documents! Genius Scan
I currently tutor two kids in Year 10. Unfortunately one of the skills that school has not taught them yet is how to become proficient in spreadsheets. Teaching them the magic of spreadsheets has been the inspiration for this video series. In the first episode we are starting with basic arithmetic and introduction to cell… Continue reading Spreadsheet Skills Ep1+2
This morning I got a phone call from someone saying that they had missed a call from my phone number… I was confused as I had not made any phone calls that day. Similarly earlier in the week, I had called someone back as it looked like a legit Aussie mobile phone number and a… Continue reading The Latest In Scams: Phone Spoofing & Flubot
In the video I did a quick demonstration using the app from the Windows Store called “QR Code for Windows 10” but once installed it is called “Codex – QR Reader and Generator” You can use this app to do the following:– Use your webcam to read QR Codes– Read via taking a screenshot from… Continue reading #CustomerRequest Reading a QR Code in a Video Call for Windows 10
Another day in lockdown, with no end in sight. Though actually I do have some hope as looking at the stats of the covid numbers on COVIDLIVE is much less stressful than having to follow the news cycle and its way easier to see those predictions for vaccination rates. Here is to hoping mid October… Continue reading The best website for pandemic updates
It is the first day of lockdown in Canberra, so thought I would jump into my comfiest clothes and share with you the Top 10 Essential Programs For Windows. For those looking for a list of what is mentioned in the video here they are in order of appearance: Chrome /w Adblock PlusThunderbirdVLC Media PlayerAdobe… Continue reading Top 10 Essential Programs For Windows
Months in the making! I finally got my final design of my flyers completed. In this video I go over the particular tricks I needed to do to make my idea into reality. Software I used was Paint.Net, nanDECK, and Open Office’s Spreadsheet. Luckily I had quite a bit of experience with all of these,… Continue reading How I Made My Flyers
The Olympic ceremony was quite spectacular. Obviously I was a big fan of the drone dance. I think they mentioned there were nearly 2,000 drones for that display. Amazing!! Anyway I wanted to watch a replay and watch more Olympic events than just the ones on the 3 tv channels that 7 had for Canberra.All… Continue reading Watch the Olympics by Downloading the 7+ App
Right after the high of winning at the Space Hack, I had a tumble on my motorcycle and sprained my ankle. So this video I am reviewing the iWalk 2.0 against regular crutches. Price wise we are looking at regular crutches costing $40 at the Dickson pharmacy and only $10 at Green Shed in Mitchell.… Continue reading iWalk 2.0 Review
A couple of weeks ago I went to the Space Hack event run by CBRIN in conjunction with the US Embassy in Canberra Australia. Here is a recap of the ideas from the winning teams. It was a pretty cool event and I was lucky to join a team consisting of 3 Aerospace PhD Students.… Continue reading Winners of Canberra’s Space Hackathon 2021