Today's Episode is on good internet surfing practises, wikipedia, viewer question and Subscribe and Win! Contest.
Episode #1-12 released on December 5, 2010
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Surfing the internet today is a interesting adverture itself. You have many choices of search engines, information guides, web-sites, resources sites, etc... You, sadly, have many infected, pirated, and spoof web-sites. You need to know how to protect yourself online. How about a few pointers?
Preproduction is about 2 hours per 5 minutes, mostly in research. Post production, uploading, and posting, about 3-4 hours. Recording is anywhere from 15 minutes, to 2 hours, depending on hosts ability to pronounce and say everything correctly the first time. As long as there is no microphone, video hardware glitches, lighting problems, or sound issues.
Our next episode will be on updating your computers drivers and software, the why you should do it, and how it can be done.
Host : Steve Smith | Music : Steve Smith | Editor : Steve Smith | Producer : Zed Axis Productions
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You play Takkar, and are part of a Wenja tribe, you are hunting a Woolly Mammoth baby, and successfully kill it, in order to survive, when a saber-toothed tiger attacks you killing everyone in your tribe, but yourself. Defenseless, you have to build new weapons for yourself using the resources available around you. These first weapons include bow and arrows, spears, and clubs. All of which can be lit on fire. You have to contend with day and night cycles, and survive in the wilderness along side woolly mammoths, dire wolves, cave bears, cave lions, woolly rhinos, irish elk, saber-toothed cats, brown bears, badgers, deer, etc.
Published on April 21st, 2018