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Corporate Video – Ramco Systems Simplifying Business & Technology Through Right Solutions

March 2, 2013
Corporate Video – Ramco Systems Simplifying Business & Technology Through Right Solutions

Simple Answers to Complex Problems! Follow @RamcoSystems (www.twitter.com on Twitter and on Facebook (www.Facebook.com OR Visit:www.ramco.com

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Trik Seo Facebook Fanpage Page One.mp4

January 6, 2013
Trik Seo Facebook Fanpage Page One.mp4

Tricks For the Order’s First Blog Search Engines Google, Yahoo, hopefully this Page One Seo tricks can help trik seo facebook fanpage

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Video SEO – SEO Video – Video SEO Services – SEO for Video – Youtube Video SEO – Video And SEO

January 6, 2013
Video SEO – SEO Video – Video SEO Services – SEO for Video – Youtube Video SEO – Video And SEO

www.youtube.com www.youtube.com For Video SEO CLICK… www.thinksketch.co.uk Are you looking for Video SEO? Are you aware it is possible to do Video SEO for your videos to get them to the top spots that they deserve? You can now stop searching and visit our website below to find the answers….

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How to make your iPad a Desktop Computer – iPad + Bluetooth keyboard + Bluetooth Mouse + Monitor

July 28, 2012
How to make your iPad a Desktop Computer – iPad + Bluetooth keyboard + Bluetooth Mouse + Monitor

This video shows how you can make your Jailbroken iPad a desktop computer or better yet how to use both a Bluetooth keyboard and Bluetooth mouse with your Jailbroken iPad. www.iamthereforeipad.com I did a crazy thing today, I made my iPad a desktop computer. I paired a Bluetooth keyboard and a Bluetooth mouse to my jailbroken iPad. it worked pretty well, but not without issues. Here is what i used Hardware iPad (Jailbroken) Logitech Bluetooth diNovo Keyboard Verbatim Bluetooth mouse Apple iPad to VGA adapter ($29.99) Desktop Monitor Software btstack Mouse (free, downloaded from Cydia) btstack Keyboard ($5, downloaded from Cydia) DisplayOut ($0.99, downloaded from Cydia) This answers the question: Can I use both a Bluetooth keyboard and a Bluetooth mouse with the Apple iPad? Note: Other videos say Bluetooth Keyboard in description but uses Apple keyboard dock which is not Bluetooth.

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How to program a quantum computer #1: hello multiverse demonstration

July 24, 2012
How to program a quantum computer #1: hello multiverse demonstration

Today I will be demonstrating the Hello Multiverse programme for a quantum computer using the D-wave toolkit. You will need the following things: D-wave toolkit: www.dwavesys.com (these are the instructions in order to get the D-wave toolkit) Python 2.6: www.python.org NOTE: You will need some experience of the python programming language and some knowledge of quantum theory. D-wave tutorials are here: www.dwavesys.com Tutorial: Step 1 : Download python 2.6 and the d-wave toolkit (once you a login to the d-wave portal) Step 2: install python Step 3: install d-wave toolkit (current version is 1.4.0-alpha1) Step 4: Open up python 2.6 and enter the following script: # Import D-Wave’s Python API from dwave_sapi import * conn = LocalConnection() # Using the emulator solver = conn.get_solver(‘c4-sw_sample’) # mimics a Rainier system with 128 qubits #define the problem h = [0]*128 # Emulating a Rainier 128 qubit processor J = dict() h[48] = -1 # The qubits with their current energy levels h[53] = -1 h[52] = -1 h[49] = -1 J[(48,53)] = -0.5 # The energy levels between the qubits J[(48,52)] = 0.2 J[(49,52)] = -0.3 J[(49,53)] = 0.8 # This means the computer will run this 100 times and ask for the solutions answer = solver.solve_ising(h,J,num_reads = 100)['solutions'][0] # How the output should be structured print ’48 = ‘, answer[48] # Answers will be the final state of the qubit print ’49 = ‘, answer[49] print ’52 = ‘, answer[52] print ’53 = ‘, answer[53] input(“nnPress the enter …

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Computer City Repairs: The Premier Destination for Laptop Repairs

April 24, 2012

            What if there was a way to save a fortune by simply repairing your laptop instead of buying a new one? What if a local company could offer you the service that you expect and an unparalleled customer service experience without costing an arm and a leg? If this sounds too good to be true, then you’ve come to the right place. Computer City Repairs, centrally located on Westwood Blvd in Los Angeles is your one stop shop for laptop repairs, where you can find technicians who fix anything from your laptop screen to the motherboard. And, given that we also offer a free diagnostic and free estimate, it’s not hard to see why we can say that we are the best computer repair in Los Angeles. When it comes to laptop repair, our affordability and quality of service simply cannot be beat. We offer the following services: laptop motherboard repair, laptop video repair, laptop keyboard replacement or repair, laptop power jack repair, mac repair and upgrade, mac book screen repair, apple osx repair and support, and laptop screen dim image. If you are having problems with an overheating laptop then we can also resolve that issue, and can help with any laptop fan issues that you may have. For those who own a PC and are experiencing problems with the operating system, we also specialize in Windows Repair. We provide windows xp repair, vista 7 repair, virus removal and data recovery. Our specialty is laptop screen replacement, which can save you a pretty penny. A damaged screen can prevent you from fully utilizing your laptop, not to mention that it can affect the value of the laptop itself. So, why spend money that you don’t have to by buying a completely new laptop when you can just bring it to Computer City Repairs and have our experienced and highly trained technicians replace the screen for you. We also provide our clients with networking, as well as server support. We understand that you want to get the most out of your laptop, so we strive to make it suit your needs by  helping you to make certain that it can easily access the internet and is running at its top efficiency. Our technicians are also skilled in laptop data recovery , to ensure that the information that you have stored on it is still accessible, even if the laptop is not necessarily in working condition. Our main goal at Computer City Repairs is to provide our local customers with a dependable, affordable and customer support focused laptop repair service. We strive to give you an inexpensive alternative to buying a new laptop, without asking you to sacrifice the level of customer service and quality of repairs that you deserve. Computer City is conveniently located on 1416 Westwood Blvd. Suite, 204 near the Wilshire Corridor. Their expert staff has all the answers to your computer repair needs. Check out their website at http://computercityrepairs.com/ for a comprehensive list of services or call them at (310) 940-7222.

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LCD Monitor Problem. Help Needed.

September 28, 2011
LCD Monitor Problem. Help Needed.

Help needed for my LG Flatron W2242T-PF LCD Monitor!!! Don’t really know what’s happening here and couldn’t find any answer closed to my problems before I decided to take any actions of repairing this monitor by myself. I’d owned this monitor for almost 3 years since Jan-2009 and it was on my wife’s PC. She hardly use, maybe about an hour or two per day, and it’s mainly for her surfing the web and so on, and she don’t play any hardcore/graphical intense games. This problem had occured about 3 days back without a warning except an electrical buzzing sound from a Choke or an Invertor behind the panel, since about six months of usage before I’d passed down to her, and I don’t think the buzzing sound would cause this on 4:55 ~ 5:30. I had dismantled it to check the capacitors and none of them seemed to be bloated which I’d initially thought of to be causing this problem. I’d checked the ribbon cable leading from the PCB to the LCD panel and the backlight, no problems found. So, what’s the real problem here? Hope you guys can give some answers by leaving the in the comment below. A very BIG Thank You for watching and in advance for your answers.

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