5 Useful Apps that are Worth the Money

May 28th, 2013

By Lonnie Waugh, Web Developer/Programmer, Bitstorm Web I am a huge proponent of Open Source software and there is indeed a huge number of amazing applications out there that do not cost a dime. However, there are also a large number of paid applications that deserve a good hard look as well. There can be [...]

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A Fresh Breath of OS: Meet Peppermint!

June 25th, 2010

Peppermint, or “Peppermint OS One” is a new Linux distribution focused on speed, user-friendly installation, small footprint and the integration of several cloud applications. I first heard about Peppermint through a tech magazine I periodically receive and decided to do a bit more research focusing on some independent reviews. Peppermint OS has been brought to [...]

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TDH Marketing Stakes its Claim on Google Earth

April 30th, 2010

With our deed in hand, a digital camera, measuring tape and a little bit of time, the TDH staff set forth to stake our claim on Google Earth. In case you are unfamiliar with the application, Google Earth was launched in 2005 and lets you fly anywhere on Earth to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, [...]

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Synchronizing Video on Multiple PCs Using Adobe Director

April 5th, 2010

When the 20th Century Fox picture “Jumper” staring Hayden Christensen was being released on DVD, the launch event was scheduled to take place at the Appenzeller Visualization Laboratory in our very own Dayton Ohio. We were tasked through our partner, daytaOhio, to come up with a compilation of video clips that could be played using [...]

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