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Author/Consultant Jeremiah L. Byerley
Hello! I am Jeremiah Byerley, NewTek NDI developer, technical consultant, author & former Lynda.com CTO. Working for companies such as Higher Octave Music, EMI, Activision, IDIMedia (Blaylock & Company), Anysoft and a contributor for online syndication company Storyful.

Enjoy the articles, tutorials and curated selections.

NDI – NewTek’s video revolution

Video has moved to the network! NewTek’s NDI (Network Device Interface) is quickly becoming the new standard for video professionals.…

Feeling extra out of focus? It might be related to mental health.

We are in a pandemic and mental health has become a part of the conversation. If you are feeling extra…

How to sync your Apple and Google calendars to end scheduling woes

Having Google and Apple calendar scan be daunting to keep track of. Which appointments are where? With a few steps…

Fixed: Resetting a Logitech bluetooth keyboard

I've had a Logitech Bluetooth keyboard for a few years, it got stuck paired to a device and it basically…

Mount an FTP server as a hard drive on Linux

Having your server mounted as a local hard drive makes editing files easy. This is great for transferring files from…

Add SSDs, Wi-Fi and more to your NUC, laptop or other small computer with M.2

Your small computer or laptop may be upgradable with an M.2 slot. Many machine have one of these ports for…

Enter the Matrix – gotop is the coolest linux/MacOS graphical CPU RAM & process monitor

gotop is my new favorite linux command. I shamelessly have it running on all my servers & Macbook, it displays…

iMessage For Android: How to Get It And Use It

How To › Android iMessage For Android: How to Get It And Use It Share Pin Email Print   Android Tips & Tricks Basics Guides & Tutorials Installing & Upgrading Key Concepts Samsung Quick Tips By Sam Costello Writer Sam Costello has been writing about tech since 2000. His writing has appeared in publications such […]

Google’s AI And Deep Learning Researcher Warns About AI-Fueled ‘Mass Population Control’ [Opinion]

Data is capital. Technologists and privacy advocates have been warning about – and campaining against – the prevailing, arguably exponentially growing, tendency of state-aided and private companies to mine, gather, repackage, and monetize user data. Probably the biggest story of the week, a saga that has occupied the headlines of media outlets worldwide – the […]