Friday, September 14th, 2007
The API is basically a set of routines, protocols and tools that are used in the building process of software applications. Continue reading
I found another nifty time Web site for those of you in the U.S! Now, the page you load into will be set for the current Eastern time, because that’s the time zone I follow. To change it, just simply click the yellow Change Time Zone button above the map. That will allow you to select your state and its time zone. Easy, isn’t it?!… Continue reading
Points to Consider
Photography should be approached a bit like journalism. Before you embark on your pictorial expedition, you need to first ask yourself the four Ws and one H. You know, who, when, where, why and how. Once you know what you’re looking for, photography becomes much more organized, focused and fulfilling. So, if you’re the kind of person who likes to take your time with your photos, here… Continue reading
Hello! Before I start in with today’s tip, I would like to tell you about something that I am just crazy about. It’s probably something many of you are crazy about too. It’s something that entertains us and it takes us to a whole new world for approximately 90 minutes. Do you know what I’m referring to? Yes, I am talking about movies. And even better, that’s exactly… Continue reading
Controlling Displayed Days in Outlook’s Calendar
Here’s the scenario: You’re working in MS Outlook, setting up your calendar appointments and you’re getting pretty tired of the day-by-day display. So, what do you do? Well, you probably go to the View menu and choose one of the other view options.
Those are some pretty good choices, but what if you need to work ahead a week and a half or… Continue reading
Do you know if Microsoft has set any security patches in place for the month of September yet? If so, what are they and when should we be looking for them? Thanks for your help!
Wow, you guys are good! It’s only a few days into September and you’re already asking about the security updates Microsoft issues each month. That shows you really care about your… Continue reading
Searching for Posts
Are you one of WorldStart’s message board users? (If you’re not, you really should sign up. It’s free and it’s a great resource if you’re ever having computer trouble!) If you are, I’m willing to bet that you sometimes use it to look for help with a specific problem. Am I right? After all, that’s what the message board is for! It’s there to help… Continue reading
Welcome to a Web site devoted to logical fallacies! This page is divided into two frames. The left frame contains the alphabetical menu, as well as, the search engine. The right frame contains the main menu with the following sections:
What are the Fallacy Files? – This section explains what the fallacy files are and how they came to be.
What is a Fallacy? – This section… Continue reading
Using Vista’s Cursors
Have you tried Windows Vista yet? If you have, you’ll probably agree that the cursors it offers are pretty darn cool! They come in all shapes, sizes and colors. So, to add on to that a little more, I have something special for you today! With this tip, I’m going to show you how you can use the Vista cursors right on your own computer, no matter… Continue reading
Drop It to a New Date
Have an appointment in your MS Outlook Calendar that was just rescheduled?
Looking for a quick way to move the information to the new date?
I bet you’ve already figured out that you can change the appointment time within the daily detail with a simple drag and drop to the new time, but did you know you could also change the date of the… Continue reading