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Rob Reviews Visual Differ

January 10, 2018, 19:10 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQKaiufsIiw

In this 2nd episode of my YouTube Series Rob Reviews, I review Visual Differ (because copying files with finder stinks). Visual Differ: http://visualdiffer.com

#editing#mac#apple#post production#computers#review#tech#youtube#robert james ashe#visual differ#finder
Surface Pro 3: tablet replaces laptop

May 23, 2014, 13:59 PM

http://nonlinearpost.com/surface-pro-3-tablet-repl...

No doubt about it, the new Surface Pro 3 is impressive. Can it replace a laptop? You be the judge. If it can sit on my lap and not burn my legs while it is running, that would earn points.

#hardware#windows#microsoft#computers#laptop#trends#tablets
Sonnet xMac Pro Server Thunderbolt 2 PCIe Enclosur

May 2, 2014, 18:06 PM

http://nonlinearpost.com/sonnet-xmac-pro-server-th...

As some know or have figured out, the MacPro lacks PCIe expandability on its own, but with a little help from Sonnet, one can have the ability to connect up to three (3) PCIe cards in this convenient 4-space, rack mount, Thunderbolt 2 enclosure that has its own 300w power supply.

#editing#mac pro#post production#hardware#computers#rackmount
Warning: Advanced Technology Ahead

November 5, 2012, 16:16 PM

http://blogs.creativecow.net/blog/12056/warning-ad...

I remember the days when CPUs were stuck in a rut. They were barely hitting 1Ghz. Networks were running at 1Gb and beyond and CPUs and storage just could not keep up. Clients wanted redundant, failover capable servers that could handle 600 clients, but SGI was running out of ways to do that. We couldn't make the bus any wider (128bit computers?) and we couldn't make the CPUs any faster. What should we do?

#cpu#computers#128bit

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