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I was one of the July 2012 backers and I finally received my OUYA right on Memorial weekend on Saturday afternoon.
Here’s my unboxing, thoughts, and if you don’t have time to see the whole thing and you’re thinking about getting one, get it, totally worth the $99. They did a great job overall, this thing can play any Android video game, it runs Android 4.1 out of the box, it can also stream video really nice as well (see the Twich app to watch live streams from gamers worldwide to get the picture of the streaming capabilities)
I can safely say “I love OUYA”.
(and sorry for the pronuciation, the way to pronounce it is “OOH-Yah”
30 fps drop frame timecode
Editing mode: Custom
Frame size: 1920h 1080v (1.0000)
Frame rate: 29.97 frames/second
Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels (1.0)
Fields: No Fields (Progressive Scan)
Sample rate: 48000 samples/second
Total video tracks: 3
Master track type: Stereo
Audio 1: Standard
Audio 2: Standard
Audio 3: Standard
Codec: MainConcept H.264 Video
TV Standard: NTSC
Frame Size: 1920 x 1080
Filed Order: None (Progressive)
PAR: Widescreen 16:9
Bitrate Encoding: VBR, 1 Pass (some recommend 2 Pass)
Target Bitrate [Mbps]: 13.89 (nitrate could be lower 8-10 MB/s if file size too large)
Maximum Bitrate [Mbps]: 15.36
Output Channels: Stereo
Audio Quality: High
Bitrate [kbps]: 128 – 192kbps depending on how important is the audio vs file size (background noise vs music video)
Advanced Settings->Precedence: Bitrate
(Make sure to turn on Captions, the GoPro microphone is not the best)
Quick video demoing the details that make a difference of driving an electric car.
Here’s a sneak peak of the next generation flagship file sharing client for the mobile world.
This next generation will include a brand new user interface with a more streamlined experience, you’ll be able to search, access and consume your files better than ever with FrostWire for Android, which will integrate tightly with FrostWire for Desktop, no matter on what operating system you run, with absolutely no setup required, just run and share.
Get the current version of FrostWire for Android free today, as soon as 1.0 is out you will receive the update message.
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On this episode
Wish I was part of a secret society, a great unconditional support network.
Let’s form our own, only smart folks looking to change the world for the better should be in. Thoughts about free energy from the earth’s magnetic field (what would’ve Tesla done if he had wikipedia). Thanks to the 60 to 90 people who watch, I’m not talking to an empty room, yay.
Come to think about it, some religions are just that (powerful brotherhoods in the open), they just have a mythical pretext to come together.
We should also be looking for the next leap in philosophy trends, we need new forms of interpreting reality to have a leap in technological progress. (just the way the introduction of “science” (scientific method, testability) propelled us to the world in which we are now)
Learning and living philosophy is REALLY important. Just as we evolve in every other knowledge field, we must evolve as philosophers. When some philosophers decided that reality had to be questioned (tested) we came up with the scientific method, which brought about more innovation in the last 200 years than in thousands before it. Just because we started questioning our reality differently than before (like shit was made by god and stuff, we learned stars where massive balls of hydrogen and helium collapsing into heavier elements which make up most of what you and I are made of.
What will the next breakthrough in philosophy bring to the aid of our creativity?
Something as simple as the invention and adoption of bread was a key driver for the foundations of agriculture and the evolution of civilization.
I think the outlook of the future is not so good when we look at the eating habits of the average american person, which seems to be similar to other consumption habits in American society. We eat crap, we buy crap, we watch crap, we listen to crap, we waste time on stupid things, the top search trends on Google show that americans just care about gossip and vanal things.
If the future of this country depends on the majority of the people in it (and not in a brilliant few that drive innovation and cannibalize on the majority), I think american supremacy has its days numbered, not to mention that we’re going to keep spending a lot of money on healthcare thanks to our eating habits.