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Watch Movie From Computer On Tv
- ON-TV, also known as National Subscription Television, was a subscription television service launched in 1977 by Oak Industries, Norman Lear's Chartwell Enterprises and Jerry Perenchio. Oak was a manufacturer of satellite and pay-TV decoders and equipment.
- "on Television" or "on TV", was a long running late-night television programme on ITV. The programme was a clips show that featured a number of unusual or, (often unintentionally), amusing television programmes and commercials from around the world.
- a small portable timepiece
- look attentively; "watch a basketball game"
- Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time
- Keep under careful or protective observation
- a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
- Secretly follow or spy on
- A film, also called a movie or motion picture, is a story conveyed with moving images. It is produced by recording photographic images with cameras, or by creating images using animation techniques or visual effects. The process of filmmaking has developed into an art form and industry.
- Motion pictures generally or the motion-picture industry
- M.O.V.I.E. is a video game written by Dusko Dimitrijevic for the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC and was published by Imagine Software in 1986.
- A story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images and shown in a theater or on television; a motion picture
- a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"
Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill : A Call to Action Against TV, Movie and Video Game Violence
There is perhaps no bigger or more important issue in America at present than youth violence. Jonesboro; Paducah; Pearl, Mississippi; Stamps, Arkansas; Conyers, Georgia; and, of course, Littleton, Colorado. We know them all too well, and for all the wrong reasons: kids, some as young as eleven years old, taking up arms and, with deadly, frightening accuracy, murdering anyone in their paths. What is going on? According to the authors of Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill, there is blame to be laid right at the feet of the makers of violent video games (called "murder trainers" by one expert), the TV networks, and the Hollywood movie studios--the people responsible for the fact that children witness literally thousands of violent images a day.
Authors Lt. Col. Dave Grossman and Gloria DeGaetano offer incontrovertible evidence, much of it based on recent major scientific studies and empirical research, that movies, TV, and video games are not just conditioning children to be violent--and unaware of the consequences of that violence--but are teaching the very mechanics of killing. Their book is a much-needed call to action for every parent, teacher, and citizen to help our children and stop the wave of killing and violence gripping America's youth. And, most important, it is a blueprint for us all on how that can be achieved.
In Paducah, Kentucky, Michael Carneal, a fourteen-year-old boy who stole a gun from
a neighbor's house, brought it to school and fired eight shots at a student prayer group as they were breaking up. Prior to this event, he had never shot a real gun before. Of the eight shots he fired, he had eight hits on eight different kids. Five were head shots, the other three upper torso. The result was three dead, one paralyzed for life. The FBI says that the average, experienced, qualified law enforcement officer, in the average shootout, at an average range of seven yards, hits with less than one bullet in five. How does a child acquire such killing ability? What would lead him to go out and commit such a horrific act?
335: E is for Electronics
Sunday January 31st
So they're not all plugged in but pictured above is our Playstation 3, Wii, 42" TV, Computer, Xbox 360, and stereo receiver. Mmmmm no geek is without a plethora of electronic gadgets with which to waste oodles of amounts of time with and we are no exception.
Thus begins a new era of work scheduling. Because of the Olympics Brandi's schedule becomes insane. We're working all sorts of crazy shifts so that we don't have to get that much childcare. I think all this coming month we need 5 days to have people look after her which isn't that bad.
So after the difficult time getting Belly to sleep last night I ended up having insomnia again (re: crazy eyes). I ended up playing Fallout until about 1:00 when Isobel woke up again. I crawled into bed with her and eventually fell asleep. Morning came too quickly though and she was ready to go by 8. I managed to keep her out of our room and annoying Brandi with Rice Krispies but even that didn't dissuade her from
knocking on the door a bunch.
After a video call to Sharron we bundled up and headed out to run some errands. First stop was getting rent from
Brandi's bank and putting it into mine. Thus ends our first month's stay in the new place. We've basically just got a couple boxes in our room and a couple out in the public areas to unpack and then we have to reorganize it all.
From the bank we went to Toys'R'Us to get some more sippy cups and diaper genie refills. Stopped for lunch at the food court and picked up Whip It the roller girls movie with Ellen Page. Walked to Save On Foods for a few groceries for dinner and then to the mall to get the BBQ pork that Michelle said Isobel liked from dinner the other night.
We got home and watch
ed Whip It while trying to get Isobel down for a nap but she didn't co-operate. She was a little cranky the rest of the afternoon and finally went down to bed at 7:00 while we finished up the Chris Eccleston series of Doctor Who.
Brandi's popped a Tylenol to hopefully help her sleep and I'm about to force her into bed.
New Computer Setup
My home office, separated into work and play sections.
On the left, the 28" monitor is powered by my gaming rig:
8 Gb Ram
Windows Vista Ultimate
is my entertainment computer and is used to watch
, emulate PS and PS2 games and an occasional round of TF2.
My Lenovo x200 powers the two Dell S2209Ws, which are to the right of the monitor. This computer hasn't been used much recently, but is used more when when lectures start again.
The four Samsung 2342BWX are powered by my work computer / server:
2 Gigs RAM (not enough, I'm guessing the IGP is hogging a lot of system memory to drive the high resolution)
ATI 3450 + IGP in surroundview
Cable management is really important as my Roomba loves to get stuck on cables. Generally, I take a plastic garbage bin that has never been used and put all my extension cords and excess wire into the garbage bin. The roomba just hits the garbage bin and moves on.
The four monitors are mounted on a mount from TykeSupply.com (I'm plugging them because they make a high quality, inexpensive monitor stand)
Originally, I was planning to hide the desktop inside the IKEA organizers, but the doors trapped the heat, so I had to remove them. Right now I am considering using water cooling for the gaming machine with a Zalman Reserator so I can put the door back, and some ducting on the server so I can direct the airflow, but I'll deal with that in my spare time.
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