Monday, June 19, 2017

RaptorGL Soccer Season is Over

What a Season!!!

It was a fabulous season for the RaptorGL team. We had one practice a week and a game or two on the weekend. T-shirt turned out "OK", they messed of the aspect ratio and the color, but it was dirty and stinky at the end of the day anyway :))
There were 12 Raptors in the team and they worked hard to earn an amazing record of 12-1-1. Thats right, thats 12 wins, 1 tie, and 1 loss. 

We ended and celebrated the season with a mandatory (according to the players) pizza party at a local pizzeria. We decided to do Fall soccer as well and hoping to have the same players.

It was an adventure and I'm glad we got out of our comfort zone and did it. It sure got me out of the office and running on the field. And let me tell you when you need to keep up with a dozen youngsters you better bring your A game :))

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

RaptorGL Plays Soccer

Excited to announce that RaptorGL is sponsoring a Youth Park and Rec soccer team. Look forward to seeing the Raptors kick lots of goals. Nervous about how the logo will be printed on the tshirts since it is a single color print only. 
Will keep you posted as the season progresses, GO RAPTORS GO! 

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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Fix FaceTime HD camera turned off on Apple Cinema Display

Here is how I fixed the "Camera is turned off" error for my 27" Apple Cinema Display
I have been running into lately an issue when trying to use skype, facetime or any other application that uses the camera. All of them says the camera is turned off. After googling around I finally found an easy workaround.
Open up terminal and type this command in
$ sudo killall VDCAssistant
After running this command your camera will turn on when a supported application launches.
Can't believe how easy it was, and now I don't have to do a full reboot to fix the issue.

You can create a simple function in your ~/.profile file so you don't have to remember the command.

function fixCamera(){
    sudo killall VDCAssistant
}
Then you can just open the terminal next time and run this command
$ fixCamera
You can find me on twitter @LZAntal