domingo, 20 de janeiro de 2013

Small computers makes to understand the principles of computing

Hey guys, it's me again! So, do you think that computing it's kinda hard to understand? All those stuff about hardware and chipset sometimes can be difficult but, recently, in the UK a company invented a small device called Raspberry Pi, that is a little computer that sizes like a credit card!!

But the cool thing about Raspberry is not its size, but how it was made. The computer is a very simplified system that follows the same Von Neumann architecture that has been used since the 50's and is still very practical for modern computers. It was developed to make the principles of computing in a very simple way to understand, I mean, really simple. You don't need to know anything about computer technology and you can connect the Raspberry Pi in any device that also has a computer and reprogram it to make something, or to make homemade devices that is programmed to make something, use your imagination!

Here it's a photo of this great computer:

Here, for example, it's a usage between raspberry pi and AirPlay:

Anyway, if you want to learn computing in a easy way, and for cheap prices (something like 60 bucks) then, raspberry pi it's the best option!

domingo, 13 de janeiro de 2013

Homemade PBR burner

Hey guys, so I'm back after a long time, hehe. I always liked those homemade stuff, they are very easy to make and I have fun on crafting things at home... Yesterday I was lurking around in the internet and I've found this tutorial on how to make a homemade "oven" that can be used, for example, to cook something fast or maybe your son is bored and better than watching tv is to use the creativity to make cool homemade gadgets...

So, as you can see, the image below explains in a very easy way how to make it:

quarta-feira, 14 de março de 2012

Browse wars

Sup everyone?
It's been a long time since the last post but here I am!
I saw this image some days ago on the internet and I just find that it's very interesting to share here.
It shows us in a very cool way how was the last years about the browsers that appeared recently.

Just click on the image to enlarge it, u know...

See ya then (:

sábado, 4 de fevereiro de 2012


Hey everyone, what's up?
So, as you can see there was 2 weeks without posting and today I'm here to talk about something that envolves indirectly the subject of technology.
I'm quite sure that you had already hear about this "SOPA" and "PIPA" stuff.
Don't think that this is things of the past and the problem is solved because it isn't.
The big corporations are still wanting to profit upon your liberty and now it has a new name and a new strategy:
I think u didn't hear about that because the mainstream media has close business with the other mp3-profiters-pigs.
But they are negociating a way to absorve us every piece of money
see the video below:

And TELL EVERYBODY, and then TELL EVERYBODY TO TELL EVERYBODY. All must KNOW and CARE for their rights, don't stand still, move fowards.

till next post! ;)

domingo, 15 de janeiro de 2012

Motherboard issues

Sup everyone?
So, today I'm here with an image that I think that it's just perfect for this site.
It shows us a chart with the possibles problems that the motherboard or the CPU can have and how to find the origin of the problem and a solution.
Click on the image to enlarge it.

See ya. (:

segunda-feira, 2 de janeiro de 2012

A little post about logistics

Sup everyone?
It's been a long time since i've posted here, but i'm back!!! :D
I'm gonna show u guys an lifehack that I've downloaded somewhere over the internet.
It's about ways of transportation. It gives us some interesting information about logistics that can be usefull.
Anyway... the image is below, just click to enlarge it.

See ya later! (:

terça-feira, 6 de dezembro de 2011

Ascii table

Hello everyone, wazzap?
So, I'm studing now at computation university in my city and I'm gonna tell u a little bit about this so important thing for computing that is the ASCII table, that menas American Standard Code of Information Interchange.
So, we know that all the information in the computer is stored as a binary code, that's the only thing the computer actually 'understands'. Therefore there is a association between some 0-1 combinations and letters and that's called the ASCII table. It's essencial for computing.Anyway, there is a image below with the non-extended version of the table and below the extended version.
The codes are in Decimal and hexadecimal.

 Ascii Table 1

Ascii Table 2