Want to take a worldwide museum tour without ever having to leave your keyboard? You need to see Google’s “Art Project”, then! Continue reading
The more I mess around with Google chrome, the more I like it. Just the other day I stumbled across the Autofill feature, which allows you to input your name and address info, so it only takes a single click to fill out all that information on a website. Here’s how you get to it:
First, open Chrome and click on
I adore Smithsonian web sites, because they always catch my attention right away. And this one certainly didn’t let me down. If you just scroll through the featured articles with the arrows on either side of the screen, you’ll see what I mean! There are featured articles on: a pirate
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
Firefox has many loyal supporters, and for good reason, as it has always been a dependable browser, but of the three I use regularly, it has also always been the slowest. Not anymore. Firefox 4.0 Beta 10 now offers speed, in addition to the Firefox trademark dependability and flexibility.
Joe from Lewiston, ME asks.
How can I stop continuous buffering when watching YouTube videos?
Buffering is no fun for anyone, so you are not alone Joe. Videos that continually stop and start on YouTube are a frequent source
Do you have questions about making your home more environmentally friendly? Are you trying to find a green professional in your area to do work on your home? Do you want to read articles on learning how to make your home greener? Well then, you’ve come to the right place.
The first… Continue reading
For me, this site is a must-bookmark site! I hate running across a file extension and not knowing what it means or what program it is associated with. With Dot.What? you can get rid of the guess work and look up your file extension in their database!
Have a file extension you’re trying… Continue reading