How to fix audio/video stutter with flash in Debian / linux and Chrome

Jun 28th, 2012 | By

So today flash went from bad to worse.  It was doing some weird stuff as the video track would lag behind and then catch uip and lag and smoetimes it would just restart the video all together on youtube so I decided to unintall flash-nonfree and install gnash in an attempt and that just made
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Netvibes – This will change your life, your virtual one at least

Jul 9th, 2010 | By

HTTP://WWW.NETVIBES.COM In my experience with talking with folks that are much more tech savvy than I, one of the most surprising things is how few people know about Netvibes, even more surprising is how few people in the world actually use this brilliant free resource.   I’ve had this post in draft forward for well over
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Volume Control icon/applet is missing from notification area

May 4th, 2010 | By

Can’t remember when this happened to me but after some upgrade in the past my gnome-volume-control-applet just stop appearing in my notification area.  From what I understand this is due to the full integration of Pulse Audio in the last linux builds, but either way it was a pain in the arse as this little
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Open Source Alternatives to Commercial Software

Jan 24th, 2010 | By

I found this article today and wanted to reproduce it and share it around even more as it is such a wicked list.  More and more we are getting to a place where there are so many great alternatives to commercial software that you can almost see the business model starting to collapse. Enjoy Graphic
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The dire situation in Haiti – What can you do?

Jan 15th, 2010 | By

According to recent stories we may be seeing up to 200,000+ people dead in Haiti and over 1/3 of their capital city needing to be rebuilt, which ranks it in as one of the deadliest natural disasters in human history and in the top 10 deadliest earthquakes ever recorded.  With the advent of microbloggin and
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Massive Sale on Hummingbird2(50% off) – Grow your twitter network now

Nov 5th, 2009 | By

Hummingbird2 Pretty killer sale on this program now, regularly $200.00 or so I believe down to $97.00.   It’s the best twitter growth program around without resorting to spam and twitterbotting the crap out of your lists, which no body likes.  Better yet it’s all done in Adobe AIR so be it Mac, PC or
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A Shout out to Kelowna and Okanagan Video Game Developers

Oct 31st, 2009 | By

At the last OK Game Developer Cluster meet-up we discussed the need to get more people networked and involved in the local Game Developer here in Kelowna.  It is a wonderful blessing to have Disney and Club Penguin in our beautiful city as they has no doubt inspired many people to pick up the trade
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Everything you wanted to know about Facial rigging but were afraid to ask

Sep 11th, 2009 | By

An animator friend of mine is starting to dive into the realm of facial animation so I promised him I’d dig up as many resources on Facial Rigging as I could.  So instead of just sending it over to him I figured otheres might be able to benefit from my hard work 🙂  This is
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Some Great 3D Studio Max tutorials

Sep 5th, 2009 | By

A friend put out the please for 3D studio Tutorials and Resources today so I’m answering that call: – I can’t even describe how valuable this site was when I started learning Max.  There is a broad swatch of video tutorials for all levels of expertise – Great tut sets, a lot on
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New personal blog

Aug 1st, 2009 | By

I finally got around to registering and decided that it would be the home of my personal blog.  I’ll be keeping all tech and science related stuff here and post the more personal opinionated stuff over there.  So keep an eye on