I finally got around to hooking up my Laserdisc player to the new QKK Mini Projector and gave it a spin earlier today. QKK must have had old collectors like […]
LaserDiscs have always been my favorite home video format ever since I bought my first LD player, back in the mid-90s. I knew about it back in the 80s, but […]
I don’t know why, but I really enjoy watching older movies and seeing them use the off-the-shelf computer technology that was available at the time.
Previously, I posted a review of the QKK Mini Video Projector, which I recently purchased from Amazon.ca. This is a brief follow-up to share with you my experience as a […]
Since moving out to the homestead, my wife and I have been wanting to create our own outdoor movie theatre. Well, we finally bought our first mini video projector, the […]
Recently I happened across the Canadian media production company, VEI (Visual Entertainment Inc.) and noticed that they had the distribution rights to several old T.V. show from the 80s, which […]
This is a follow-up to my initial review of the ExeGNU/Linux operating system I recently installed on my Lenovo laptop.
Although I’m very pleased with Q4OS Linux, which has been my operating system of choice for over six years now, I happened across Exe a few weeks ago and decided […]
This evening, my wife and I sat down to watch a couple of movies that we haven’t seen for a while. First, we watched “A Knight’s Tale”, which is one […]
Since the Trinity Desktop Environment is based on the original KDE 3.x desktop, one of its cornerstone applications is the Konqueror file manager/browser. Now, although Konqueror hasn’t aged very […]