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MikeSel.info was born in July 2006, designed and built by Mike Hudson, Staffed by a team of tech evangelists from all over the globe focused on spreading knowledge and expertise.

Originally a home for bespoke applications Lync (Skype for Business) Custom Status, Time2Epoch, Random File Generator and general blog posts, the site quickly morphed into the information portal it is today.

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Griffin_Logo_Primary_RGBFor a limited time only (Up until 15th February) using the voucher code below, you can grab yourself 15% of any of the products on the Griffin Technology website!

Save 15% with code LUV15.

All you need to do is click the link above, or enter the code LUV15 at the checkout, once you’ve filled your basket with awesome Griffin Tech!



CentOSInstalling Tweepy on CentOS can be a little challenging if you are trying to following other tutorials based on mainstream desktop Linux OS’s.

Don’t forget – to use Tweepy you will need to obtain your keys from the Twitter developer site

Below you can find the commands you require to install on CentOS:

That’s it.. Now you can call tweepy from the command line or scripts.

If you are looking for a Python script to take advantage of Tweepy check out this post from RasPi.TV. Which works perfectly on my Pi and CentOS boxes.



Ozeri Precision II Digital Bathroom ScaleKeeping fit and healthy is something I often (sometimes not often enough) strive to do. So keeping a keen eye on what I eat and what I weigh is an important part of my lifestyle. The market is awash with all sorts of personal health and fitness related technology from wearable tech to home gym equipment. One area of the market which in its self has a mass collection of varying tech is that of the bathroom scale section.

Each set of scales offers its own collection of features and fittings, some being so over complex they even offer pitfalls. However, the American based firm Ozeri are known for their easy to use intuitive product range, and the Precision II doesn’t vier far from default.

 

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Rockstar Games have long since been known for their massively popular series of games ‘Grand Theft Auto’ which premiered on PC and PlayStation platforms back in 1997. Back then it was simply a top down based view on the player and his antics.

It’s fair to say the releases that followed the very first GTA have been breath-taking. Non more so then the latest remastered version of Grand Theft Auto 5, which is due for release on all major platforms on the 18th of November this year.

GTA 5 fetches with it something nobody expected.. That is a ‘first person’ for in-game action. This can be seen in the recently released trailer below. It’s not yet clear it this will make the game any harder, as GTA has never been known for its accuracy around gun control. However, its fair to say the first person view of driving looks awesome.

Grand Theft Auto 5 is available to preorder via the PlayStation Network, and from most popular retail and online outlets.

I’ve been out of the GTA loop now since my PS 3 died its red light death, however I have the new one on preorder and I’m looking forward to reviewing it on release day!



playstation-4Sony’s recent release of version 2.0 of its PlayStation 4 menu system brought with it some pretty exciting features, such as share play and much better media support. However, it’s also thought to have caused a pretty serious issue with those owners who use the sleep functionality (myself included). Internet forums where awash with users from all around the globe talking about how they are unable to wake up their trusty games machines once asleep. Sony have been quick to rectify this, and last night released an update 2.01 which focuses on resolving this issue.

The download should be automatically added to the downloads queue on your PlayStation, and once installed and your machine reboots you should find the issue has been resolved. I’ve tested this, and sure enough – I can now wake my from its sleep once more.




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