Written by: Charles McHalePhoto courtesy ownyourpower.biz
Well world, we've come so far with innovation in technology and everyday gadgets and gizmos. The telephone, the television and even the wheel are some of our earlier inventions, but what are some of the inventions that we have today that have been introduced within the past couple of decades? Have we made anything at all? Well the truth is, we actually made a lot of things in that time. How about we take a look?
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This is what happens when Dr. Pooper asks you to write an article about nutrition. So here goes nothing: Your body is like a camera. The light coming through the lens and hitting the sensor is like food going into your mouth and hitting your stomach. The processors inside the camera decide what to do with the information you've just given it, as does your brain when you eat. Too much light and you'll overexpose your shot, too much food and you're likely to...well, you get the picture.
On this episode: Kyle is joined by Alex Zarnoski from Ajazz Tech to explain the pros and cons of recording on tape media and recording on digital media.
Runtime: 50 minutes
Producer / Editor / Host: Kyle Cicilioni
Twitter is for "pr0n." Not only can you follow celebrities, public figures, and friends, you can also follow just about anything. And this isn't to say you can't follow a healthy pair of personified knockers or a happy-go-lucky, singing ding-dong... Twitter can also be a powerful tool for communication and media consumption. I'll do my best to squeeze my remaining thoughts into a cozy 140 characters.
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Mass panic begins with a news broadcast and ends with your wallet. No one news station is to blame. The overall media hype machine is playing games with our sanity and there’s no end in sight. Let’s take a step backwards and try to remember a time before Twitter, Facebook, and the Internet as it exists today.
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