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RedShark Summer Replay: Recently there's been a resurgence in sales of vinyl records. We don't really know why. And we think we can prove that vinyl i
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We are in the telecommunications field. We can save the planet more effectively than nearly any other industry. Stop commuting. Stop business travel. Do things remotely and electronically. We’re are...
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Looking to learn about the history of modular synthesizers? The documentary I Dream of Wires serves as a primer and it's now streaming on Netflix in the
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The entire idea of a "custom USB cable designed specifically for digital audio" is complete nonsense. Such drivel indicates a philosophy of marketing-magic-over-engineering. Signals that the rational should stay away!
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Over the last couple of years I’ve been exploring the realm of webcams. Along the way I’ve encountered some confusing things involving the Microsoft LifeCam Studio. To be more specific, some have claimed that it’s capable of delivering 1080p video, while…
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Yes! The future is built upon IP networks. If the application is voice you might as well call it VoIP.
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If you want to stop renting your cable box, this is one great way.
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We implemented a configuration change to our customers' Polycom phones to cut down on SPIT calls.
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No, no, no...you time slice the audio to the driver as the speaker rotates! See also the Hammond Leslie speaker https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leslie_speaker
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Update on SPIT Calls to Polycom Phones | OnSIP
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We implemented a configuration change to our customers' Polycom phones to cut down on SPIT calls.

I’m Canadian – and I have a right to vote
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But I’m an expatriate and the Harper government won’t let expatriates participate in Canadian elections

RedShark News - Enjoy your digital films and videos while you can... bef...
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This is a hot topic, so we're giving you another chance to read this: If we don't do something fast, all of our digital films and videos wil

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Verizon is a $120 Billion a year company. They are, more than anything else, a cellular telephone company. So it is forgivable that they sol

I am so grateful to have met you Lava Vine's Charbono
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With only 65 acres of the Charbono grape planted in the US, I am one of the lucky ones to have tasted this unique, rich purple almost black

Mobile-Friendly Test
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This test will analyze a URL and report if the page has a mobile-friendly design. Learn more about the mobile-friendly criteria and how it m

Forget Whatsapp - Facebook Messages goes WebRTC - Big Time - BlogGeek.me
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Facebook just unbundled Messenger from its main website, and added there WebRTC in a very meaningful way. What does that mean to the rest of

Squeeze Ctrl - Android Apps on Google Play
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Remote control for the Squeezebox system. Control your Squeezebox players from your Android device. This app controls Squeezebox players con

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Colin here. International roaming by AT&T and Verizon are unethical rip-offs. Both of them charge about $20,000 per gigabyte while roaming.

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Colin Here. Verizon is a seriously deranged and inept bureaucracy in my opinion. Well, really, so is AT&T, but historically Verizon has had

Adding a non-sip ipcamera to your Asterisk
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Adding non-sip video sources to you Asterisk PBX. Presentation for Astricon 2014, Las Vegas http://www.astricon.net

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If you are not familiar with Peter Drucker, he was an Austrian-born American management consultant, educator, and author, whose writings con

RedShark News - Unearthing the world’s earliest satellite photos
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In a heroic feat of dark data analysis, two climate scientists from the University of Colorado have rescued 50-year-old images from Nasa's N

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I do prefer video conferencing over audio-only meetings, and I find myself increasingly annoyed with audio-only forums. The audio-only call

New Plugin Arrives to Bring Web Browsers into WebRTC
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Given reports from Smith's Point Analytics that suggest the market for cloud-based RTC will be worth $4.8 billion by 2018, it's clear that t

There is no quality in averages
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We are falling short in terms of the "structural engineering" for broadband because we are using the wrong resource models of the "materials

The Gray Report: Why mainstream media always wrongly assumes wine prices...
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A few days after the Napa earthquake, which I covered extensively for Wine Searcher, I was a guest on a southern California radio program. T

Top 5 Challenges To Add Web Calls to Truphone VoIP Platform
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This presentation is a practical example on how WebRTC can enable calls from browsers to VoIP clients and PSTN, and the related architectura

Don't. Eat. Here. Ever. Seriously, go across the road to the IHOP. It's better.
Quality: Poor - FairFacilities: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The menu is good. I choose the Chef's menu, which is a 3 course fixed price offer for $28. There were three appetizers, three entrees and three deserts offered. It was a Wednesday evening and the place was very busy, hardly an open table. The first course arrived quickly, but the second course was quite delayed. The wait staff was attentive and courteous, but very busy. My one wish was for a better choice of wines by the glass, especially Italian wines. I would have appreciated a Ripasso or Barbera where they only offered a Sangiovese.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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