Battlestation – Wall Mounted PC

Recently I finished my latest project, building a wall mounted PC. This is something I have thought about for a long time, and I finally got around to doing it. I even went above and beyond by adding a wall mounted TV and some nifty LED lights. Even though I’m not the best handy man,

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Link to a Section inside a Word Document

  Image you have a massive document full of various sections. This might be an IT policy document for example. In other documents or web pages, you might want to reference the sections inside this document. For example, “See section 6.1.12 of the IT Policy document for more information about requesting new hardware”. Well normally

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Twitch Bot Tutorial (mIRC scripting)

I’ve been playing around with writing Twitch bots for a while now, and I figured I learned just enough that I could create a little video series on the topic. I’m not a professional developer, but I think my videos would be helpful to people new to scripting who want to give it a shot.

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Document Sets vs Custom Folders

Recently I have had the opportunity to utilize Document Sets in some projects I had been working on. I think they are an amazing tool, but not without their limitations. Check out this blog post from SharePoint Analyst HQ if you would like to read up more on that topic. Also if you are not

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SharePoint: Version a Document Set through a Workflow

The Problem So I have been playing around with Document Sets lately and I really like them. They are an awesome tool, but I just found an unusual bug (feature?). It turns out you cannot version Document Sets automatically. If you go into your library settings and turn on versioning, that only applies to the

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Review: Chair in a Room for Google Cardboard

In this video I continue with my review of apps in the horror genre. Last time I review Sisters which had more of the make-you-jump elements. Chair in a Room on the other hand creates an incredibly intense and suspenseful experience. It also is quite beautiful with a nice artistic style and incredibly creepy music.

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Review: Sisters for Google Cardboard

In the above video I give my brief review of a really cool app called Sisters made my Otherworld Interactive. This is a good example of what I think will be a huge genre in the virtual reality world, which is the horror genre. There’s something about be stuck with no where to run that

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Drunk of Legends Explained

I spent the last couple of months working on this bot called TechaMud. Using this bot I created a game called Drunk of Legends. I separated the name of the game from the script because I might play other games, and the same bot could be used to play those as well. Anyway, the point

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Check out my Twitch Overlay

In the above video, I go over my general Twitch overlay / interface for League of Legends. I just wanted to show what is going on with my stream because it might be a bit overwhelming at first. This is also kind of an introductory to my mIRC scripting tutorials which I will come out

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Getting NFC to work with Google Cardboard

In the above video, I show how to use the NFC tag with Google Cardboard. There was a lot of confusion on what this tag was used for, and honestly it doesn’t really add a ton of functionality. You can use this tag to open a default program, and in this case we set it

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