Making MP3 ringtones with Audacity is fun, and easy, too! Here’s a quick guide to get you started! Continue reading
Part 3 in our Audacity series! This one’s all about the effects you can put on what you record! Continue reading
This article covers basic functions of the Audacity audio recorder. Give it a look! Continue reading
iPhones and similar smartphones are becoming increasingly popular, and with good reason. Smartphones are incredible tools, great for keeping track of appointments, listening to music, and surfing the internet. Few, however, utilize the iPhone’s incredible versatility, not realizing its value as a travel companion. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of apps that any traveler should keep on their iPhone.
This article is going to show you how to get the best part of your favorite song as your personal ringtone! (Unfortunately, it can’t help you with your mid-eighties electro pop taste in music!)
That being said, it will hold your hand every step of the way, from downloading and installing a little program to help you do it, through to
How do I make a photo/music/data CD using Windows 7 Movie Maker, that will play on DVD/CD players? The ones I make will only play on computers. I am using an Acer Aspire with Windows 7 Home Edition.
Jack, if you thought you were missing something, you weren’t. Currently, there is no
The iPhone is easily the most popular smartphone on the market, but the built in ringtones are a little trite. Luckily, creating custom ringtones for the iPhone isn’t only easy, but quick.
Start by going into iTunes and picking out a song. When choosing, keep a couple guidelines in mind. It’s very important to choose a song that’s loud enough to be
Robert in Pennsylvania asks:
Can I connect my computer to my CRT television, to watch online video?
The advent of Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Unboxed has meant that more and more people are trying to stream internet videos on their TV. You might think that you need the latest LCD
Downloading EBooks from Project Gutenberg
Amazon recently announced that they were selling more EBooks than physical ones. It makes sense too. With thousands upon thousands of books available for purchase, buying books digitally is easy. Few, however, realize the vast library of public domain books available at no cost online. Downloading free EBooks is one of the easiest ways
How to Upload Videos to Your Google Docs Account and Share Them with Your Friends
Google Docs is one of the best online office applications, as it lets users create documents, presentations, spreadsheets, drawings, charts, etc. from a web browser. The best part about Google Docs is that the online office suite is available for free and can
Windows Media Player 12 comes with a special feature that offers online radio anywhere. You can listen to different types of music including Country, Blues, Talk Radio, Soft Rock, and more. If you’re tired of continually listening to your MP3s and old CDs, you may want to give Windows Media Player 12 a listen. With all the radio stations now available from Windows Media Player 12
Video chatting is the cool new way to communicate in the twenty-first century! One popular video call service is Skype, which we’ve covered before in the newsletter, but I recently stumbled upon another named ooVoo, and it is chock full of useful features, including 6-way video calling! I think many of you will enjoy how you can begin a video call with anyone in the world
Watching DVD movies on TV is fun, and you may like to burn movies to DVD using software on your PC. But, often the subtitles are missing in these burned DVDs. DVD burning software doesn’t provide an option to include subtitle files, that it will burn along with the movie. Also, you can’t drag and drop subtitles while playing a movie on your TV. Therefore, it
Do you ever get frustrated because it seems like your iPod is “tied” to the computer that you sync it with? I know I do! I mean, you can’t add, delete, or download music and videos from an iPod unless it is plugged into your very own computer. If you are using a work, school, or public computer, it won’t recognize your iPod when you connect