How Does Binary Work: An Introduction

How does binary work? Before you start reading this article, I want you to take a trip back into your past when you were being taught the decimal system. Personally, when I was in elementary school (in the 70’s/80’s), teachers used to use a column system to teach us about numbers: [Thousands] | [Hundreds] | […]

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Monday Morning Links Serving: The March 18th Edition

–How-to: Installing Ubuntu Linux on a usb pendrive This tutorial will show how-to install Ubuntu on a usb stick. Even though this tutorial uses Ubuntu as its base distribution, you could virtually use any type of Linux liveCD distribution. –How to Idiot-Proof Your Parents’ Computer The title of this article is pretty self-explanatory isn’t it? […]

Monday Morning Links Serving: The March 12th Edition

–10 Fun Facts About Storage Just make it bigger, faster, cheaper –Building a Wireless Network for Dummies “I have recently been asked to setup a wireless network in home of one of my close friends. It was then when I first realised how litte people know about wireless technology and implementation.” –Reading your Hotmail email […]

Daylight Savings Time in Canada & USA.

By Al Rozon Contributing writer, [GAS]  Before this year, the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, also known as “Spring Forward”, has always been on April 1st. This year, everything has changed: it will be on March 11th. The end of Daylight Savings Time, also known as “Fall Back”, has also been rescheduled to another date. In previous years, it used to […]

Welcome to [GAS] 2.0!

Hello Everyone! We’d like to welcome you all to the new and (we hope) improved [GAS]. This little project of ours has taken a long time to realize, but after a few long months of procrastination, we finally arrived at our destination. As you can see, [GAS] 2.0 is definitely a big step up from […]