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How To Have Fun On The Computer Without Internet

Article by Roberto Sedycias

Many people love computer games and today there are so many Internet dependent games, like virtual world and role playing games that entice people and make them thrilled with the interactive nature of these games. However, there are games on your computer that you can play without the need of any Internet. They are all solitary games, of course, unless you want to play against your computer, but they are living testaments to the fact that a computer does not need to rely on Internet for you to have some fun.

You can play games like Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, Minesweeper, and other card games that are each fun in their own way. At least, they are a way to spend time and have some fun if you are in a place where you have a computer but no Internet. Many times, if there is no Internet, people just put the computer down in desperation because a computer seems to lack any purpose if you cannot surf the web or download music or do something interactive.

But, there was a time, once, long ago, when Internet was not there and people still had some fun with computers. For example, if you removed the Internet from your device, you might see that there are other things you would be motivated to do. With things like Microsoft Word Processor, you might be able to unleash your poetic side and write poetry and fiction stories. You can use things like the document choice list to create birthday cards, flyers, hand outs, pamphlets, and well decorate invitations. These things require a creative mind and can be an enjoyable task if you let yourself fly with it and have fun.

Also, the devices like PowerPoint and other things allow you to make creative slideshows. Certainly all of this sounds more like work and a chore than any kind of entertainment but if you use these tools to do something fun, you might find that you actually can have an artistic experience on your computer that makes you highly productive in a way that browsing the Internet browsers could not have made you be.

You can even create movies on the computer without any kind of Internet. For example, with programs like Windows’ Movie Maker and Windows’ Photo Story, you can create amazing videos and movies by using things around your use. Using a webcam, scanner, or camera, you can take photos of various things, whether it be baby pictures leading up to your adulthood, and you can load them onto Photo Story and add audio tracks and visual effects and create a moving and touching slideshow of your life.

Or, with Windows Movie Maker, you can put photo stills together, add audio, and then the program will turn it into an animated movie. You can add your own captions and be the author of a great short film or something using photo stills of a subject that captures your interest. Make movies the old fashioned way and do it without any Internet, turning your computer into a personal film studio where great flicks are made.

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Ron Flax Promoted to Vice President of August Schell, Rockville, Maryland – VCDX-NV, VMware NSX, Nicira, SDDC

Ron Flax Promoted to Vice President of August Schell, Rockville, Maryland – VCDX-NV, VMware NSX, Nicira, SDDC

Rockville, Maryland (PRWEB) February 02, 2015

Flax, who joined August Schell in 2008, has over twenty-five years of experience in the high tech industry. He was most recently August Schell’s Director of Virtualization Technologies where he built out August Schell’s Software Defined Data Center practice by acquiring the necessary experience and credentials with a focus on cloud projects that incorporate VMware’s network virtualization product, NSX. Flax is one of only a handful of engineers who possess VMware’s most coveted certification; VMware Certified Design Expert for Network Virtualization (VCDX-NV). Under Flax’s leadership, August Schell has maintained a long history with VMware’s NSX product as well as the precursor technology acquired by VMware in 2012, Nicira Network’s Network Virtualization Platform (NVP).

Flax has been involved in every aspect of deploying software solutions and gaining successful customer adoption in his roles at August Schell. Flax has engineered and orchestrated successful customer Data Center Automation deployments at organizations such as Army Knowledge Online, the National Security Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and other Intelligence Community customers. Prior to his role as Director of Virtualization Technologies, Flax served as a Senior Consulting Engineer supporting August Schell’s most prestigious Data Center Automation and Virtualization customers.

Prior to joining August Schell, Flax was a Server Automation Solutions Architect at Hewlett-Packard/Opsware and served as a Senior Technical Product Manager at Apple Computer where he designed, developed and implemented portions of Apple’s A/UX product and internal worldwide computer network.

Flax is a University of Maryland alumnus where he studied Industrial Technology and Computer Science.

According to Bill Schell, August Schell’s President and CEO “We are excited that Ron has accepted this promotion to Vice President where he will provide leadership of August Schell’s continued and rapid growth in our Software Defined Data Center practice which will incorporate Compute, Network, and Storage virtualization technologies.”

About August Schell:

August Schell is a preferred provider of advanced information technology professional services, products, and solutions for large organizations primarily involved in Defense and National Security. August Schell is considered a premier professional services provider for implementations of VMware’s NSX network virtualization technology.


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CSI?s Gurnee Campus to Host Presentation from Kenosha Kingfish General Manager Jake McGhee

CSI’s Gurnee Campus to Host Presentation from Kenosha Kingfish General Manager Jake McGhee

Gurnee, Illinois (PRWEB) February 11, 2015

On Wednesday, Feb. 11, Computer Systems Institute will welcome Jake McGhee — General Manager for the Kenosha Kingfish baseball organization — to the CSI campus in Gurnee, Illinois. The free event, which takes place at 5330 Grand Avenue, is open to CSI students from Gurnee as well as surrounding communities, including Waukegan, Racine, and Kenosha. During the Community Resource Event, Mr. McGhee will speak about business management, sports marketing, and related job opportunities in our current economy. Designed for students in the Business Career Program, this informative presentation will help prepare CSI graduates for the working world.

As one of 18 teams in the collegiate-level Northwoods League, the Kenosha Kingfish practice at Simmons Field in Kenosha, Wisconsin. This popular, minor-league style organization provides entertainment for local Wisconsin residents and visitors from the Midwest. In 2014, the City of Kenosha invested more than $ 1 million to restore the 83-year-old Simmons Field, and the Kingfish played its first official season at Simmons that year. The team ranked third place in the South Division, with an average of over 2,000 fans per game. The Kenosha Kingfish, Madison Mallards, Green Bay Bullfrogs, and Wisconsin Rapids Rafters are all managed by the same ownership group.

As General Manager of the Kingfish, Mr. McGhee oversees the team’s day-to-day operations, not limited to player transactions, contracts, and overall finances. Mr. McGhee has extensive experience in sports management and marketing, which makes him an ideal guest speaker at CSI. In addition to his role as Kingfish General Manager, he has worked with the Madison Mallards for three years, including two seasons as Corporate Account Manager. His duties for the team have included field maintenance operations, financial management, stadium management, and the supervision of more than 70 fan ambassadors at games. During this time, Mr. McGhee has seen the Mallards advance through the Northwoods League, while managing the overall game-day experience and working with local business leaders to promote baseball outings for their employees. Originally from Hartland, WI, Mr. McGhee earned his bachelor’s degree in Finance and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

About Computer Systems Institute:

CSI offers postsecondary career programs in networking, healthcare, and business designed to be completed in as little as 32 weeks, as well as English Language and professional programs for international students. The school has five Chicago-area campuses in the Chicago Loop, Skokie, Gurnee, Elgin, and Lombard, plus two Massachusetts locations in Charlestown and Worcester. Collectively, the campuses serve students from more than 70 countries.

Founded in 1989, CSI is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award certificates. ACICS is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the US Department of Education and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. CSI is approved by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs to accept the GI bill, and authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. It is also a Microsoft IT Academy and Prometric Testing Center. For more information, visit

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Pico Computing Scores Technology Triple Play with Micron Hybrid Memory Cube, Next-generation Xilinx FPGAs, and OpenCL

Pico Computing Scores Technology Triple Play with Micron Hybrid Memory Cube, Next-generation Xilinx FPGAs, and OpenCL

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 17, 2014

Pico Computing , the technology leader in FPGA-based acceleration, today announced the first-time convergence of three groundbreaking technologies to bring unprecedented system performance and bandwidth to a compact supercomputing workstation, complete with the ability to implement designs on the platform using OpenCL™, a C-like programming language.

Pico Computing’s Trifecta™ is a high-performance, low-power turnkey workstation solution that even software developers without knowledge of hardware description languages can use to dramatically speed up their applications. Not only does Trifecta accelerate applications spanning packet inspection to bioinformatics to image and video processing, it also accelerates the technology adoption curve by providing a complete system solution that encompasses and advances game-changing technologies including Micron’s Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC), Xilinx’s 20 nm UltraScale™ family of all programmable devices, and the open standard hardware programming language, OpenCL. Further enabled by Pico Computing’s HMC Controller IP and FPGA programming and management framework, the entire solution fits on a single PCI Express card housed within an air-cooled, small-footprint desktop computer.

Highlights of the technologies integrated within Pico Computing’s Trifecta platform include the following:

Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC)

The HMC provides tremendous benefits to memory-bound applications—particularly those that require high bandwidth and fast random access. HMC devices operate up to 15 times faster than DDR3 and consume up to 70% less energy, while delivering exceptionally high bi-directional bandwidth.

HMC Controller IP

Pico Computing’s HMC Controller IP has been specially tuned to operate with Xilinx UltraScale devices to deliver the industry’s first and only 15G HMC solution. The solution implements the full HMC specification, but is also highly parameterized to yield truly optimized system configurations to meet exacting design objectives. The number of HMC links addressed, the number and width of internal ports, clock speeds, power, performance, area, and other details can be “dialed in” to yield precisely the performance required. “Through our partnership with Pico Computing, we are pleased to enable a solution for application developers that offers the highest memory throughput in an FPGA design achievable only with UltraScale devices,” said Tamara Schmitz, director of technical marketing for power and memory at Xilinx.

Pico Computing Framework

Implementation of the HMC controller and programming of the FPGAs is made easy by virtue of Pico Computing’s framework—a Linux-based run-time environment that provides the essential link between the application running on a host computer and the hardware algorithm, or firmware, implemented in the FPGA(s), and automates the FPGA programming overhead.

Xilinx UltraScale FPGAs

Xilinx UltraScale devices support the full HMC bandwidth and offer up to 120 transceivers, ideal for bandwidth-intensive HMC applications. The Trifecta platform leverages the industry’s only shipping 20nm FPGAs, along with a validated HMC IP core, to bring 15Gb/s HMC designs to market now.


In contrast to traditional FPGA design flows, OpenCL enables significantly faster time to market by facilitating a higher level of design abstraction that also realizes end designs with enhanced performance and greater power efficiency. Software developers can now easily create highly parallelized, computationally-intensive applications on the Trifecta platform to yield truly optimized systems, versus the limited performance provided by generic, general purpose hardware. By transferring the program execution to dedicated programmable hardware—and leveraging the HMC to break through the memory wall—applications running on the Trifecta platform can realize dramatically improved performance.

The combination of breakthrough memory technology, next-generation programmable logic, and a standard parallel programing language will not only accelerate developer adoption, but transform application acceleration across a wide range of application domains.

The Trifecta platform will be available in beta version in first quarter, 2015.

About Pico Computing

Pico Computing is the technology leader in high-performance computing. Our modular, highly scalable HPC and embedded systems solve the biggest of the big data computing challenges—from the edge to the data center to the desktop. Whether targeted to PCI Express-based HPC or standalone embedded applications, Pico Computing’s massively-scalable architecture, built upon Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technologies, brings orders-of-magnitude performance gains, greatly reduced energy costs, the industry’s smallest form factors, and simplified application design. To learn more about Pico Computing, visit

About Xilinx

Xilinx is the world’s leading provider of All Programmable FPGAs, SoCs and 3D ICs. These industry-leading devices are coupled with a next-generation design environment and IP to serve a broad range of customer needs, from programmable logic to programmable systems integration. For more information, visit



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Speech Technology Industry Organization Challenges ?Dire Predictions? About AI

Speech Technology Industry Organization Challenges “Dire Predictions” About AI

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) February 10, 2015

In recent news, we have heard about the dangers of Artificial Intelligence (AI) from some of the brightest (and richest) people in the world. Steven Hawking, for example, recently told the BBC, “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.” And Bill Gates and Tesla’s Elon Musk recently issued similar long-term warnings.

The Applied Voice Input Output Society (AVIOS) has promoted the development of commercial applications of speech and language technology for 34 years, and exemplifies AI technology developing more slowly than expected. Speech recognition and natural language applications, such as personal assistant software, has finally matured to mainstream applications only after decades of effort. The organization announced that the overstatement of what AI technology can do and how it does it can create unfounded fears that slow the advance of valuable and difficult technologies that aid humans much more than they challenge them.

“We have much more to fear from the misuse of computer technology by humans—cyber-terrorism and cyberwarfare—than from the machines themselves,” Dr. William Meisel, Executive Director, AVIOS, said. “The dire predictions of danger from ‘intelligent’ technologies such as natural language understanding runs the risk that we don’t fully pursue the huge benefits they will be providing.”

AVIOS gave examples of some of the potential benefits, benefits discussed in detail at the organization’s upcoming Mobile Voice Conference April 20-21 (

A personal assistant application on a mobile device in our business and personal lives can in effect increase our intelligence and skills by being an always-available source of information and facts. It can make the assets of the Web available simply through an inquiry in the language we have been taught since birth.
Language technologies can expand our memories by letting us store information by just telling an application to remember it and retrieve that information by just asking for it.
Language technologies can do web searches that return answers rather than links.
Specialized natural-language applications can help a company’s employees fight “digital overload”—too many devices, too much communication, and a challenging range of enterprise applications, making individuals and organizations more efficient and effective.
Language technologies can provide tools to learn reading or speaking a language, and can help us communicate internationally with automatic translation. In schools, technology can be a one-on-one teacher for students struggling with learning to read.
Language technologies can allow us to continue to be productive if we develop physical limitations to typing or seeing.
In automobiles, speech interaction can make use of the growing infotainment, navigation, and mobile-phone-connectivity features safer, as well as making us more productive on the go.

“A more natural, intuitive, and always-available connection with digital technology in effect makes us smarter and more efficient,” noted K. W. ‘Bill’ Scholz, president, AVIOS, and president, NewSpeech. “It can, for example, provide, on-the-job training, letting workers learn as they do, developing new skills.”

Meisel noted that one trend creates a major new category of creative jobs. “Since conversation can engage an individual more tightly than simply listening or reading, we will see a new category of digital and web applications that converse with us, and adapt their responses to our responses. This is, for example, likely to eventually be a major trend in advertising, what the Wall Street Journal called ‘chatvertising.’ And interactive entertainment and information sources that require much more material than a linear book or movie will probably require a team of writers, providing more jobs for creative people.” (See Can Artificial Intelligence create a new non-technical job category?)

The detailed program of the fifth annual Mobile Voice Conference, April 20-21, 2015 in San Jose, California, has been published at

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