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December 23, 2015

Does the Sega Genesis Retro Classic Gaming Console have an HDMI port?

If you just got a new  Sega Genesis AtGames Classic Game Console 2015 then you may have been surprised to discover a few issues while trying to hook it up to that new tv. Namely that AtGames, the Chinese maker of the Retro Genesis console has not quite updated the console as much as they would have you believe. But fear not! Despite the lack of stereo much less HDMI, you can still easily get that new console to work with your HDTV via a simple Yellow Plug to HDMI adapter. (The Yellow plug is called A/V Composite video or sometimes just av connection)


Here’s an adapter that will convert this classic gem into something a little more usable. The Mini Composite [...]

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November 25, 2015 Text Editor by Github

A few years ago in my review of Notepad++ I said it was the ultimate non IDE code editor. As a long time Notepad++ user I can say this: I never thought I would leave it behind forever!

I want to give a huge thank you to the people at github and the people behind the plugins for is all the best from Notepad++, Sublime, and Cloud9 IDE.

It’s easy to install, portable, and awesome!

My favorite features: (Some via plugins)

SSH File Browser CSS Hex Colors applied in editor (Awesome for CSS hacking) Mini Code Quick Scroll Pane Multi Line editing

Lots more, and I wish I had time to go into more detail here. I will create a Youtube [...]

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January 5, 2015

JK Defrag is Now MyDefrag *Updated 2015

UPDATED* 2015 Hey, just bringing another software review, this time it’s a defrag utility called Mydefrag.

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December 22, 2014

How to decode QR Codes

Ever wanted to know exactly how a qr code works? This video could be useful to you for several reasons, as a web developer, or marketing designer, you can learn how to make your own custom qr codes and keep them functional. Like this one!



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