Jeff Geerling puts the Compute Module 4 through its paces and compares it to the Raspberry Pi 4 and Compute Module 3+, highlighting some great new features like a PCI Express 1x slot on the IO board and NVMe support.

Content index:

  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 03:29 – A Complete Redesign
  • 04:35 – PCIe, USB 3, and NVMe
  • 10:04 – Networking – Wired and Wireless
  • 12:37 – CPU Performance
  • 13:41 – eMMC Performance
  • 14:54 – USB Boot
  • 15:50 – NAS/NFS Performance
  • 17:05 – IO Board Features
  • 19:47 – Summary and Final Thoughts
  • 20:50 – Bloopers

If you create online courseware, being able to integrate quizzes into your slide decks could prove useful for you and your students.

In this step-by-step tutorial video, learn how to insert quizzes into Microsoft PowerPoint using Microsoft Forms.

Contents:

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 1:09 Insert Quiz
  • 2:37 Difference between Form and Quiz
  • 3:08 Add title and description to Quiz
  • 3:43 Different question types
  • 4:18 Add question
  • 5:40 Specify correct answer
  • 5:54 Include message on responses
  • 6:22 Assign points to various questions
  • 6:36 Allow multiple answers, required, and other settings
  • 7:30 Add second question
  • 8:08 Add third question
  • 8:30 Copy, delete, and sort questions
  • 9:09 Preview Quiz
  • 9:28 Set themes
  • 9:50 Share Quiz outside of PowerPoint
  • 10:27 Advanced Quiz settings
  • 12:53 See Quiz in PowerPoint
  • 13:34 Submit Quiz & see results
  • 14:12 Edit Quiz
  • 14:50 Insert pre-created Quiz
  • 15:21 Review Quiz results from creator / teacher point of view
  • 17:33 Wrap up

Once upon a time (around 14 years ago), I was a Tablet PC developer, MVP, and all around fan boy.

In other words, I was into tablets before they were cool. Indeed, I was in to tablets before they were practical.

And this review by RetroManCave of a Azus R2H UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC) indicates many of the shortcomings of this area in mobile computing.

The dark ages of mobile technology were tough. We knew we wanted portability and convenience but the monolithic tech firms of the time were slow to deliver and left the door open for much needed competition from Apple, Samsung and Google to give us what we wanted. The Asus R2H is a relic from that period before the dawn. It is, the tablet Homer Simpson might have built.