You can find out more information about Plex at plex.tv
I really like this software. It lets me access my music/videos collection (that is stored on my desktop at home) anywhere, such as at work or on my mobile phone. I only paid a few dollars for their Android app, the other parts are free. plex.tv/
We use Plex at home with our Roku 3 smart TV box: roku.com
I love the Roland Gaia synth, it’s so much fun to play with. Very versatile and creative instrument with endless possibilities. Hope you enjoy this synth!
Filmed using Sony RX100 and Sony RX100 Mk2 cameras. Audio recorded using Sonar X1 LE on a Roland Octa capture in 24bit 48khz and edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow).
Geoff from geoffmobile.com shows off a really cool and useful Android app, called “Wifi Analyzer by Farproc” which allows you to see the channels and strengths of the competing wifi routers in your home and nearby.
Here is some more info on how this app can be used:
When a wifi router communicates, it uses a channel for its signal. However, there are only around 10 channels available, and if there are too many routers on the same channel the data transfer speed may be slower or you may even lose your connection.
By identifying the strengths of the different wifi signals that are competing with your own wifi router, as well as the channels that they are set to, you can identify possible issues with your wifi router and also may be able to manually set your router’s channel to a different channel to avoid competing with nearby routers.
To change your router’s channel, please see the user manual for your router. It usually involves logging into the router’s configuration screen using a web browser set to a certain IP address, and username and password for your router.
Any questions please let me know and I’ll try to help
P – Positivity and Positive emotions
E – Engagement (flow)
R – Relationships
M – Meaning (contributing to a cause bigger than yourself)
A – Achievement (important to have balance and not get burnt out)
This is Geoff’s Speech #2 in the Toastmasters Competent Communicator Manual – the project is called “Organize Your Speech”.
About the speaker:
Geoff Peters is an active member of two Toastmasters clubs in Vancouver. He has done over 30 speeches and has achieved the Advanced Communicator Silver (ACS) award.
Geoff’s other Toastmasters club is Vancouver Toastmasters Club 59, which meets at the beautiful Kitsilano Yacht Club near Kits Beach on the English Bay waterfront.
For more information, please visit their webpage at: tmclub59.com