Using Netgear Wireless Bridge Mode to maximize Gigabit Fiber Internet WiFi

Curious how to actually get gigabit internet speeds out of your gigabit fiber internet service? Today we’ll show you how to set up a WiFi router in bridge mode to connect a hardwired business VOIP phone, printer, or NAS box  to your WiFi network without sacrificing latency or quality!

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Hamburgers at The Graves Drive-In, Perry FL

The Graves Drive-In was a thriving drive-in theater in the 1950’s, and a social hub for the community. The theater itself is long gone, but the original concession stand remains. Sisters Edwina and Judy started working there as kids when their parents owned the theater. If you want a genuine, no-pretenses hamburger that suddenly makes you remember your childhood, sunny days that didn’t seem overly hot, bike rides, adventures, and Saturday nights piling into the car to see a movie at the drive in, the Graves Drive-In is your spot.

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Sony HDR-MV1 Music Video Recorder

The Sony HDR-MV1 is aimed at Zoom and GoPro users, and has found a nice niche market in semi-pro YouTube artists and musicians. This is a fixed focus camera using Zeiss lenses with a wide 120 degree field of view, and excellent low light sensitivity. I’ve been using this little Sony for a few months now, and love the quality of video and how rugged this little guy is.

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Review: EBS Multi Comp True Dual Band Bass Compressor Pedal

Purists will try to tell you that if you have perfect control of your instrument, you will not need a compressor for the bass, but I will tell you this: the first thing any recording engineer will do on a studio bass track (when recording an album) is compress it! Why? Because it brings out the nuances of the playing while keeping the massive volume spikes that a bass will generate under control.

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