Robbie and Christa take a look at the CyberPower GreenPower UPS, an economical battery backup with higher-end features such as a full LCD display, better-than-average surge protection, a $500,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee, and cost saving, environmentally friendly features. A large assortment of viewer questions this week as well.
Notes: Audio issues are bugging the chat room tonight. We hope the new microphones will be operational soon! Please bear with us as we must use one of the old lapels in conjunction with the single headset.
Robbie Ferguson and Christa Wells presents in studio.
The month of birthdays.
TwitPic (our behind-the-scenes photos posted to Twitter) is now on the Category5.TV web site.
Talking about the weather. But it's okay, because this was record-breaking.
Robbie's adventures with driving around in the heat with no air conditioning.
Viewer Comment: Robbie couldn't figure out what color shirt to wear tonight.
Y2K was 11 years ago! Can you believe that much time has gone by?
Call for viewer pictures.
Thank you to all who have donated to Category5.TV, and to those who have set up recurring donations.
Robbie was at the Data Connectors security conference in Toronto a couple weeks back and met up with Jen from ESET.
How the banner ads on Category5.TV support the show.
Viewer Comment: Put all your sticky notes on your forehead.
Viewer Question: Is there a utility or script to turn my Ubuntu 11.04 into a server? Or can I install LAMP onto the existing system?
Viewer Question: NVIDIA vs. AMD/ATI. Go! Is NVIDIA still preferable for Linux?
Viewer Suggestion: F.lux is an awesome tool to automatically dim your monitor on Windows, Linux or Mac. [Link is below]
Robbie provides a copy of ESET CyberSecurity for Mac to Christa, so her Mac will stay safe from all the nasty Mac viruses.
Top stories from the Category5.TV Newsroom
Feature: The CyberPower GreenPower 1500VA/900W UPS.
How CyberPower is able to save you around $75 per year in hydro bills with their GreenPower UPS.
Viewer Question: When are you getting back to the Linux distro series?
Viewer Question: I am a disabled person who relies on TV for entertainment. I can't afford to pay for cable TV, so I'd like to switch to Internet-based programming. What do you recommend as far as setup goes to get things going—to use Internet broadcasting as a replacement for standard cable TV programming?
Category5 Technology TV is on iTunes.
The mic adapters still don't work for the new microphones.
Why you should click on banner ads on Category5.TV.