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BLACKPINK – ‘Kill This Love’ M/V

After a sweet Hi there’s always a bitter Bye After every crazy High there’s a Price you have to pay There’s no answer to this Test I’ll always fall for it Yes I’m a slave to my emotions Screw this heartless love Here I come kick in the door Give me the strongest one So […]

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How To Spot A Fake iPhone

So, I received this box it looks like an iPhone, you take a glace around here, iPhone 6s, the back looks the same I mean it looks like an iPhone, But it ain’t an iPhone This my friends is a high quality, high caliber chinese iPhone knock off Lets go ahead and find out what […]

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Plein Air Oil Painting of the Ayer Rajah Telecommunications Complex

Hi! My name is Alvin Mark. Today we will be painting the Ayer Rajah Telecommunications Tower It’s over there. We’re here at the Singapore Polytechnic parking lot. I’m all the way here (in the west) on a Tuesday evening because there’s a figure drawing workshop that’s happening this evening. And I thought why not spend […]

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Compression: Crash Course Computer Science #21

This episode is brought to you by Curiosity Stream. Hi, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to Crash Course Computer Science! Last episode we talked about Files, bundles of data, stored on a computer, that are formatted and arranged to encode information, like text, sound or images. We even discussed some basic file formats, like text, […]

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Macintosh SE Restoration and SD-2-SCSI upgrade

I recently picked up this old Macintosh SE for $10. It’s pretty yellow, dirty, and has quite a few scuffs on it. But for $10 I can hardly complain. So the first thing I wanted to do was plug it in, power on, and perform what we sometimes call the smoke test. Well, I was […]

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Fake electronic load and Portable 48V power supply v2

hello chip this is Alexandra again today as I told it in my last video I I want to talk to you about this module I made and I need to rebuild this for sure to have it more secure more reliable and for this I need to put to add more batteries behind because […]

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LGR – Commodore PET Computer System Review

[typing] The year is 1975 and Commodore Business Machines had been successfully designing and selling calculators for half a decade. But there was a problem: Texas Instruments, who provided the chips that powered Commodore’s calculators wanted in on that hot mathematical action. So they increased the price of the chips to exorbitant levels, which meant […]

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