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iPhone 4 Tutorial Part 1

In this section we cover:
Powering and Locking, Home Screen Layout, Soft Key Usage, The Home Button, Volume Controls, Keyboard and Text Entry, Placing a phone call, Multitasking, Declining Calls, Voicemail.
This tutorial was made by MobileConceptz Group LLC. Although demonstrated on an At&t iPhone 4 it is still applicable for the Verizon Wireless iPhone 4. Copyright 2011 MobileConceptz Group LLC All rights reserved.

iPhone 4 Tutorial
iPhone 4s Tutorial

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Newegg TV: How To Build a Computer – Part 2 – The Build


Welcome to Part 2 of Newegg TV’s How To Build a Computer tutorial: The Build!

In this episode we’ve gone for epic-scale length and detail. We have two complete builds to share, and step-by-step instructions for how they’re put together.

To make the video even longer, the first half covers an “external build”, which involves connecting your core components outside the case to do a test boot and make sure everything is working. Defective parts are rare, but they can put a damper on your build if they’re not identified early in the process.

Next up is installing parts into the case, cable routing, and the moment of truth: the first boot after assembly is complete. Enjoy!

For Your Reference:
Part 1 – Choosing Your Components: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPIXAtNGGCw

Part 3 – Installing an Operating System & Finishing Touches: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxaVBsXEiok

Here are some helpful links:
Newegg’s DIY PC Combo Store – http://bit.ly/malqnf

“Build A” Parts List: http://bit.ly/qOkK8F
“Build B” Parts List: http://bit.ly/qE5btI

– Credits –
Camera, Editing, Titles: Mr. Lam
40+ Minutes of PC Building and Tutorializing: Paul

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FileXChange: share files between iPhone and Mac, PC, Linux and Android by iStartApp

FileXChange is available on the AppStore: http://itunes.apple.com/au/app/filexchange/id428955307?mt=8

iStartApp is proud to present FileXChange, the application to use your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad as a flash memory, and transfer files with Mac, Windows, Linux and Android devices.

FileXChange main features include:
– Enhanced ease of use: intuitive graphics and video tutorial
– File transfer through WI-FI and Bluetooth
– File transfer with most operative systems including Android
– Email, zip and unzip functions
– Most common file formats supported
– Password protection

With its user-friendly interface, FileXChange is specifically designed to make file-transfer a straight-forward operation. As the user opens the app for the first time, a video tutorial will guide him/her through the main features of FileXChange.

FileXChange supports most common file formats, including:
– Word files (.doc, .docx, .txt)
– Excel files (.xls, .xlsx)
– PDF (.pdf) Keynote (.key)
– Numbers (.numbers)
– Pages (.pages)
– Powerpoint (.ppt)
– Most image formats (.png, .jpg, .gif and more)
– Most audio formats (.mp3, .wav, .aif and more)
– Most video formats (.mp4, .m4v, .mov and more)

For more information, visit our website: www.istatapp.com

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The Most Comfortable Chair

Since 1993, pretty much 365 days a year, I have spent an average of 10 hours sitting in front of a computer. Many of you are probably in the same boat. It’s not until I came to Vancouver that I started researching the “perfect chair”. Books such as The Chair by Galen Cranz and The Breathing Book by Donna Farhi were eye-openers for me. One thing I’ve learnt is that the perfect posture doesn’t exist. Or rather, as Cranz says, the perfect posture is… the next one.

Healthy mind and body are all about movement, so the first thing a desk chair for long-term use should do is support you comfortably, and let you easily switch between several different postures.

Unless you are an established meditator (I’m not) or just all-around very fit in body and mind (I’m not) you probably twitch and slouch in your chair. You’re not concentrated, or maybe your back hurts.

Now, many chairs like “The Leap” by Steelcase or Herman Miller’s “Aeron” boast sophisticated ergonomic features. To me they look and feel too plastic. Not so as you sit onto the memory foam and contoured seat of a Lifeform, with half a dozen different handles within reach for adjusting the chair’s to every possible angle imaginable.

Ahh, memory foam, is there anything it can’t do? Being pressure and heat sensitive, memory foam conforms to individual body shapes. This spreads your weight to a larger surface area, reducing pressure points that cause cut-off blood flow. The effect is further enhanced by the contoured seat, which also acts as a bump preventing the tendency to slide out and slouch. Blood circulation is increased not only from the reduced pressure points, but from the deeper breathing allowed by a more upright position, encouraged by the lumbar cushion and forward tilt features of the Lifeform. Sitting with an erect spine at about 115 degrees to your thighs is supposed to be the ideal posture both for your spine and for concentration. While most chairs do not come with a seat that can be tilted forward, Lifeforms lets you do that at ease. You can either fix the position or let it rock back and forth.

(Actually, a kneeling chair is probably ideal for such perched sitting, as it also redistributes some of your weight to your knees. But these are taxing for long-term computer work. You want to lean back at some point, and the knees may start to hurt.)

The Lifeform also lets you tilt backwards the seat and the backrest independently, pivoting on the front area of the seat pan. Such a reclining position not only takes some pressure off your hip area, but allows blood to return to the heart easier. You may have noticed that as recline, your heart rate goes way down, which is essential for rest. The Lifeform, in many ways, gives you the best of a recliner and a kneeling chair, with an infinite combination of adjustments in between.

Based in Calgary, the company manufacturers and sells its chairs exclusively through “Relax the Back” stores. Lifeform was originally founded by Danish immigrants to Canada, who used to make saddles. This tradition has evolved into producing what may be the most truly ergonomic human-centered chairs around, ones that come with a lifetime warranty.

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This magazine/folder holder will blend right into your office or home with all your books and organizers. Your other organizers however, won’t feature the smallest size and largest capacity covert motion-activated voice recorder on the market today! 1GB internal memory and micro SD card compatible up to 16GB, features up to 2465 hours of “on board” record time. http://tinyurl.com/4se5pgc – Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/spy-store-open-24-7-365 (888) 344-3742

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How to use ‘File Sharing’ Application – Transfer Data to Iphone/Ipod Touch

Its ‘File Sharing” application (Previously called Memory Stick), for those users who want to make your Iphone/ipod touch devices as a memory stick or Flash drive to secure there Data. Meaning transferring your data from your computers to your Iphone/Ipod Touch over WiFi. It’s easy to use and works with Windows and Mac. It requires 2.2.1 or Higher Firmwares to Operate.

Download “File Sharing” from here:


Once the files are on your iPhone or iPod Touch, you can view them, making your device a portable file viewer.

File Sharing can view the following file types:

• Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)
• Microsoft Excel (.xls, .xlsx, .csv)
• Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)
• PDF Files (.pdf)
• iWork Pages documents (.pages)
• Safari Web Archives (.webarchive)
• Web Pages (.htm, .html)
• Text Files (.txt, .cpp, .c, .m, .h)
• Graphic Files (.bmp, .gif, .png, .jpg)
• Movie files (.mp4, .mov)

*****Have Fun with it*****

(By the way the theme on Iphone was “RuetProductions”, available in Cydia.)

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