Normally, we take a more serious approach to science. Well, let’s forget that for today as we take a look at the strangest things in space!
Not only can you check out the Top 10 strange things in space, but you can rate them too. On a scale of one to five, one being not strange and five being really strange! Once you rate… Continue reading
Windows Media Player 11 Beta
It seems like only yesterday I was saying goodbye to Windows Media Player 9 (WMP 9) and now WMP 11 is out in beta. They grow up so fast, don’t they? I know WMP takes a lot of heat compared to iTunes, Winamp and even MusicMatch as far as digital players go, but I have always liked WMP and I like this new version as… Continue reading
CD Burning With WMP 10
Do you have the Windows Media Player (WMP) program downloaded on your computer? Do you have a CD burner either installed inside your computer or as an external device? If so, did you know that you can burn CDs any time you want with just those two things? Well, if you didn’t, you know now and I’m going to go over the procedure with you… Continue reading
View It Your Way
Have you ever found yourself wishing you had different information displayed in MS Outlook for your e-mail?
Yeah, me too.
There are just certain things I’m interested in seeing and some stuff I don’t care about at all.
If only it could all be done my way.
Oh, but wait.
It can be my way!
With a few quick clicks, I can set Outlook to give… Continue reading
I have a laptop and just in the past few days, my screen has become very dark. I can hardly use it right now because it’s so dark. Do you have any suggestions for this?
This type of thing seems to happen all the time, unless you happen to be one of the lucky laptop owners who escapes it. Even if it hasn’t happened to you… Continue reading
Pulse vs. Tone
If you use a dial-up Internet connection, you may have come across the dialing choices of pulse and tone. Do you know what the difference is between them? If you don’t, you’re not the only one, because I’ve had a few people e-mail me about this very subject just recently. Let’s go over it a little bit and hopefully you’ll understand it better by the end.
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If you love to read (and you know I do), I think you will love this site. Bookcrossing is a very interesting twist on a book club. How does it work? Well, the first thing I did was register/join bookcrossing. This is free, fast and easy to do. Just click the Join Bookcrossing link on the side menu, fill out the requested information and click the Join Now… Continue reading
Lost in the Crowd
I don’t know how many of you are familiar with what happened over at AOL during the first week of August, but it was some pretty big news. Apparently, two AOL employees released information on over twenty million private online search records. Although AOL states that the information was stripped of any identifying information, ensuring that none of this information would compromise any of the individual… Continue reading
As a part of different projects I am working on, I am required to be online more than eight hours a day. As much as I love being connected to the Web, the amount of information I come across everyday is simply overwhelming. The tough part comes when I have to organize and save this information for later use. As anyone can guess, the bookmarks folder in my Firefox… Continue reading