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About NormSpace

Hi, My name is Norman a 40 something family guy that works in Information Technology just a fancy word a guy that works in some form with computers or software. This my blog about whats on my mind and other stuff.

I am a native Southern Californian adjusting to North Carolina life in Charlotte. So let me answer the questions that everyone asks me:

1. Why did you move here? for my family

2. Has it been and adjustment for you? Yeah Duh! very different lifestyle

3. Do you like living here? Surprisingly Yes

4. Do I miss Southern California? Yes and No, I miss a lot of things in California, But I don’t miss the SMOG, Traffic and the high cost of living.

You can say this site is work in progress. Thanks for taking the time to read my blogs.

Norman

You can follow me on Twitter where I love posting the tech new I find: http://twitter.com/Stormancast

Youtube Channels: NormSpace/StormanCast (Random/ Tech): http://www.youtube.com/normspace

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1. Jim - CountryComesToTown - November 17, 2008

Nice blog Norm!

2. Davis Whiteman - November 18, 2008

Hi, Norman. I’m a fifty-something guy who works in financial services. Your picture looks familiar from the WordCamp event on Saturday. Did you enjoy it? I thought it was pretty cool. If you get a chance, check out my slightly skewered take on it at my blog, davisw.wordpress.com.

3. sandra johnson - December 18, 2008

Hi Norman,
I watched your video on installing memory on iMac and you used 2 Kingston Value Ram DDR PC2-5300 (2GB) Notebook Ram.
When I searched for this item on the Kingston website it wasn’t there. Customer service recommended the item I posted below. What are your thoughts on this particular memory card?
BTW, here is the information from my Mac:
Model Name: iMac
Model Identifier: iMac5,1
Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo
Processor Speed: 2.16 GHz
Number Of Processors: 1
Total Number Of Cores: 2
L2 Cache (per processor): 4 MB
Memory: 1 GB
Bus Speed: 667 MHz
Boot ROM Version: IM51.0090.B09
SMC Version: 1.9f4

Kingston Customer Service Suggestion:

Search Results for: KTA-MB667K2/2G

Description: 2GB Kit
Mfgr’s System P/N’s: MA369G/A (Apple); MA751G/A (Apple)
Form Factor: Memory Module
Pieces/Unit: 2 (Two 1GB modules, totaling 2GB)
Warranty: Lifetime†

stormannorman - December 18, 2008

If you called Kingston Customer service I would feel pretty confident. I have been buying ram from them for a long time and with a 100% success rate with different brands PC and Mac’s. I hope this answer your question or second opinion. Thank you for taking the time watch the lifetech101.tv videos. Happy Holidays!

4. John Coran - December 19, 2008

Hi norman, Have just watched your green screen video tutorial (excellent content)
I am trying to put a video on my web site similar to this (copy and paste to IE)

http://motiliti.net/oys_carrie.htm?s=http://www.instant-cash-center.com

I have got my head around the chromakey part but I am stuck at how to overlay the video with a clear background and onto the website as shown in the above demo.
Any tips or tricks would be most welcome.

Regards John

5. Corey Creed - January 25, 2009

Very cool. Welcome to Charlotte. Almost all of us have moved here from somewhere, so join the club.


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