Control Philips Hue Lights From Your PC – with this GNOME Extension

Background: We have purchased a lot of Philips Hue lights, which are lights that can be controlled with a wireless device like your phone. You can change their colors, and of course they can be white as well. According to Wikipedia, "Philips Hue is a line of color changing LED lamps and white bulbs which … Continue reading Control Philips Hue Lights From Your PC – with this GNOME Extension

Mountains and Lakes Scene Low Poly – Check out What I Just Made | Blender Graphic Design

Yesterday I posted my 3D Isometric Bedroom and talked a bit about it. Today, my graphic design project was to create a low-poly mountain scene. Specifically, I wanted to make it in such a way that there was a lake or river surrounding the central/main island, with some background mountains too. This one came out … Continue reading Mountains and Lakes Scene Low Poly – Check out What I Just Made | Blender Graphic Design

3D Isometric Bedroom – Check Out What I Just Made | Blender Graphic Design

Yesterday I posted about low-poly modeling in graphic design, and I shared some of the cool graphic designs I created. Today, I decided to make something slightly different. It's called an "Isometric Bedroom." If you search that phrase in a web browser and view the images, you'll probably see images similar to this: Source: Medium.com … Continue reading 3D Isometric Bedroom – Check Out What I Just Made | Blender Graphic Design

Low Poly – What is it? | Blender Graphic Design Technique

Low-poly is a style/technique used in 3D modeling, and it is used to create interesting geometric representations of real objects. In the word "low-poly," the "poly" means "polygon" (referring to the number of shapes in an object, or mesh, which is the word for all the lines, vertices, and faces that make up a 3D … Continue reading Low Poly – What is it? | Blender Graphic Design Technique

How to Add Spaces / Separators to the Bookmarks Tool Bar in Chrome

If you've ever wanted to add separators to your bookmarks toolbar so you can group your bookmarks in Chrome, you may have realized that it doesn't support that. In this article, I will show you how to add separators to your bookmarks bar in almost any web browser. It will look something like this: I … Continue reading How to Add Spaces / Separators to the Bookmarks Tool Bar in Chrome

How to Make Simple Glass in Blender 2.9

This is the first time I have posted something about Blender on this website. So first, what is Blender? Blender.org says that "Blender is the free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, video editing and 2D animation pipeline." Basically, … Continue reading How to Make Simple Glass in Blender 2.9

Updating Ubuntu: A Cool Trick All Linux Users Should Use

If you've been using Ubuntu or any other kind of Linux, you've probably wanted to update your computer, or at least some packages that you've installed. In this article, I'll be showing you a cool trick for updating your computer. After you read this article, you might think that this trick is really obvious, but … Continue reading Updating Ubuntu: A Cool Trick All Linux Users Should Use

5 Different Ways to Change Desktop Background/Wallpaper in Ubuntu 20.04

Who knew that there are 5 different ways to change your background image in Ubuntu? Method 1: Use Settings to Select a Default Image This method is one that most people find out right away. To do this, right-click on your desktop, and click "Change background..." It will bring you to the Settings app. You … Continue reading 5 Different Ways to Change Desktop Background/Wallpaper in Ubuntu 20.04

How to Install GNOME Extensions

First off, a GNOME Shell Extension (Or just GNOME Extension) is an add-on for GNOME created by someone outside of the main GNOME developers. Since GNOME is open-source, people are able to create these unique third-party GNOME Extensions. Setup First, you have to install GNOME Tweaks. You can get it from the software center, or … Continue reading How to Install GNOME Extensions

How to Install GNOME Themes – Application Themes, Cursor Themes, Icon Themes, and Shell Themes

Hello everyone! Today I will be showing you how to install new GNOME themes. Starting Off The difference between shell themes, application themes, icon themes, and cursor themes is that application themes change the appearance of windows, shell themes change things like the notifications and the top panel, icon themes change application icons and folder … Continue reading How to Install GNOME Themes – Application Themes, Cursor Themes, Icon Themes, and Shell Themes

How to use iMovie – The Basics of Video Editing

Want an in-depth tutorial on iMovie? Did you just realize that you like video editing? Want to learn how to make amazing videos, trailers, and movies? iMovie is probably your #1 choice for video editing, at least after you read my article.

Dim Harold

My brother Derek and I have created a show on YouTube, and it's called Dim Harold. The show is created using stop-motion, and Legos. What is Stop-Motion? Stop motion is a type of animation involving taking many pictures. Let's say that we want to make an animation of a car moving. You'd take a picture … Continue reading Dim Harold

Beginning Python

A few years ago, I got a book about how to program using Python. I tried it, and then, for some reason, I just stopped eventually. Then, I tried it again but the computer I had then didn't have the 'up to date' version of Python. It didn't have a certain feature I needed. So … Continue reading Beginning Python