We've used the green screen again on Category5 Technology TV this week, and I really dig how it's looking. What do you think? I feel like it gives us a much "bigger budget" look since we can put ourselves in what looks like a very expensive studio set through the magic of chromakey and Telestream Wirecast.
We finished up the computer build this week, and will test it out on Week 527, and Carrie and Jenn wrap up their series "Shattering Loneliness".
Enjoy the videos!
This week at a glance: (Sorted by duration, longest to shortest)
Installing Ubuntu GamePack (00:59:20)
Category5 Technology TV
The computer seems to be running great, and Sasha will tackle installing the OS this week after Robbie does a few finishing touches behind the scenes. Sasha, Jeff and Robbie also have the latest in tech news, including some info about the WPA2 KRACK exploit.
OS Installation - Sasha's Computer Build - Part 9 (00:28:08)
Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
There are a few more things we have to do before we can start gaming on Sasha`s new gaming rig, and this week we set out to accomplish most of them. From installing the Kingston HyperX Savage SSD to activating the AI overclocking functions of this sweet ROG motherboard and setting our boot order, and finally installing Ubuntu GamePack. All that`s left to do is install our nVIDIA drivers and play games until our eyes bleed.
Shattering Loneliness - Part 5: The Response (00:24:41)
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In Psalm 139:19, David takes an unexpected turn that at first glance seems out of place. Let's look at David's perspective and conclude our Shattering Loneliness series by deciding how we'll respond: with intimacy.
Top Stories for the Week Of October 18, 2017 (00:23:08)
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Here are the stories we're covering this week:
- An airplane flying nearly half a kilometer in the air was hit by a drone in Canada.
- It's easy to hack Subaru door locks using a Raspberry Pi.
- Windows 10 is under fire by the Dutch data protection authority.
- Android ransomware DoubleLocker encrypts data and changes PINs.
- In security news, WPA2 has been cracked, and you need to hear about this if you use WiFi.