Friday, May 25th, 2007 by Andrew
Want another way to scroll up and down on a web page?Just click your scroll wheel in your favorite web browser and drag your mouse up and down. Continue reading
Welcome to the site for the Rest and Recuperate Equine Care Society. What is it? Well, I’m glad you asked. It is a retirement home for animals located on Vancouver Island, BC.
They take in animals who are past their prime and let them live out their lives happily on their farm.
Navigation is simple. You will find it on the side menu… Continue reading
Do you PSP? Well, the population of people who own a Playstation Portable is rapidly growing, so I thought I would share a little information about it. Here you go!
The Playstation Portable, or PSP, was originally released by Sony Entertainment America on March 24, 2005. The PSP is designed to be a miniature version of the Playstation video game console. However, playing video games is only a small… Continue reading
Just One More Thing About Sections
Having trouble with the formatting of different sections? Have you changed formatting (maybe borders, columns, etc.) in one section, expecting the changes to be contained there, only to find that the change happened everywhere?
When you start trying to change formatting within a section, you need to pay close attention to one extra detail.
Be sure to place your cursor within the section to… Continue reading
All this week, I have been seeing stuff about an FBI wiretap. I even saw something about it on your message board, but I’m still not sure what the whole deal is with it. Can you explain it a little more for us? Thanks!
You know, I’ve been seeing stuff about that all week too and I just haven’t had the time to really check it… Continue reading
Save Internet Radio
The other day, we ran an article on how it seems like the days of Internet radio are quickly dwindling down. Well, after that, I received an e-mail from one of your fellow readers and it looks like we were wrong! Yes, the date for everything to end is still set for July 15, 2007, but that leaves a lot of time for all of us to… Continue reading
Welcome to a site that is just filled to the brim with cute cat videos. Why am I bringing you this site? Well, I am an avid cat lover, but there is this amazing video of a cat doing the kind of tricks a dog would do and I just couldn’t wait to share it with everyone I know. (That one is the May 6th, 2007… Continue reading
A lot of faithful Firefox users have been presented with a lot of errors while using Firefox with the new operating system of Windows Vista. These intermittent errors can be very annoying, especially when you are right in the middle of editing a very important document with your favorite Web application, etc. So, today we are going to deal with two of the most frequent Firefox errors in… Continue reading
Seeing the Unseen
So, if you followed yesterday’s tip on section breaks, you may have come to a point where you felt that life would be so much easier if you could only see where all those sections begin and end. Am I right?
Should this be the case for you, here’s a little follow up information to help you out.
If you’re looking to “see” the breaks, you’ll need… Continue reading
I know you’ve mentioned before certain things that Web sites can see when we’re online, but they were always mixed in with other information. Can you give us a basic list of them instead?
I sure can! It’s very important to know what Web sites can see when you’re visiting them, so I’m not going to waste any more time. Let’s get right into it!
If… Continue reading
You may be thinking, “Oh, it’s just another game.” Well, you’d be wrong! Not only is it a game, but it’s a trivia quiz as well. In order to make your Xs, you have to answer the question for that square correctly.
The trivia spans the globe as well. You could be asked anything from, “Where was Mother Teresa born”? to “Who played Claire on 90210”? History… Continue reading
Internet Radio: Is It the End?
Here’s some information about Internet radio that you may find interesting. Read on!
They say the end of the Internet radio age is quickly approaching. But is it? Internet radio is usually a free radio broadcasting service that transmits the music and/or radio shows to your computer, all while you surf the Web. Most of these Internet radio stations are completely independent. They are… Continue reading
Paragraphs, Pages and Sections Too?
Okay, so we all have experience with paragraphs and pages in MS Word, but did you know you have further options for sub-dividing your documents?
Well, let me fill you in.
According to Word’s online help, Sections are “a portion of a document in which you set certain page formatting options. You create a new section when you want to change such properties as… Continue reading
How often do you use CDs and DVDs? Maybe you use them to burn music CDs or perhaps you use DVDs to copy your favorite movies. I’m sure some of you use them to back up all the data on your computer too, right? No matter what you use them for, have you ever thought about how long they’ll actually last? I mean, they can’t last… Continue reading
With today’s digital photography tip, I will be giving you a few helpful hints on how to save your memory card from losing the pictures you take. Keep reading for some more details!
Now, while these tips are elementary, not many photographers adhere to them. I’m hoping you will though. Here are a few tips that will help you protect all those precious photos you’ve taken. Remember… Continue reading
Computer Storage Devices
Awhile back, we covered the different types of hardware used with computers. You know, basic hardware and the extra hardware you can buy separately, etc. (You can read here for that article).
So, I thought it would be nice to cover the different kinds of computer storage devices that are available as well. And that’s exactly what I’m going to do today!
Knowing what kinds… Continue reading
I use Hotmail as my main e-mail program and every once in awhile, some of the e-mails I want to go to my Inbox are automatically sent to the Junk folder. I’ve set up my spam filters and everything, but it still happens sometimes. How can I make it stop? Please help me!
Wow, I can’t even imagine all the frustration you must feel when that… Continue reading
Stay On Longer
Do you Yahoo!? If you’re an avid Yahoo! user, you probably use it for pretty much everything you do online, right? I mean, they have e-mail, an instant message program, games, different groups you can join, music you can download, sports news, the yellow pages and so on and so forth. Either way you look at it, Yahoo! has all your needs covered. Plain and simple.
So… Continue reading
I know it’s an unusual name for a Web site, but you are going to love what you find at Shorpy! It is “The 100 Year Photo Blog” and it gets its name from a boy who lived around the era of when these photos were taken. You’ll see photos from the dawn of time, all the way to the 1940s. That’s a pretty interesting concept, right?!
One… Continue reading
Do you ever have trouble keeping track of all your passwords? I know I sure do! Every Web site I visit seems to have different criteria for their passwords and I really don’t like all my passwords to be the same. That way, if one of my passwords got out somehow, other people wouldn’t have access to all of my accounts.
I’ve even had this problem with usernames too!… Continue reading
Squint No More
Ever find yourself squinting at the buttons on the toolbars in various MS Office programs? Wish they were bigger?
Well, your wish is my command. Relief is just a few clicks away!
To begin, you need to go to the Tools menu, Customize choice. (Or right click over any toolbar and choose Customize from the toolbar list).
On the Options tab, you should see the Large Icons
Start Menu Programs
How often do you look at the items under your Start menu? What’s all there? Is everything that’s listed there really necessary? Well, either way you answer that last question, you may notice that in the very first column of your Start menu, there is a list of programs. You may also notice that those are programs you’ve recently used. Continue reading as I explain what exactly… Continue reading
Do you like tennis? I loved going to tennis games when I was in high school and I always wanted to try playing. However, with not being very athletic, I never did. But now, I can play tennis to my heart’s content with this new Flash game!
Two New Vista Tips
I thought I’d give you a double dose of Windows Vista tips today. I hope you don’t mind too much. Keep reading for all the Vista action fun!
1.) Using Smaller Start Menu Icons
The new operating system of Windows Vista uses large icons by default in the Start menu. But what if you don’t like them that way? Is there a way to change them… Continue reading
Do you frequently find yourself staring at the printout of an MS Excel worksheet and wondering just what you called that file?
Or better yet, even if you think you know what it’s called, where exactly did you save it?
Here’s a quick suggestion that may cut down on the “lost file frustration” you may be feeling. Let’s try putting the file name, either with or without the… Continue reading
When you open your Web browser, does it sometimes open in a smaller window than you’d like? If that happens, are you constantly going up to the Maximize button and making the screen larger? It’s happened to me before and let me tell you, it gets old real quick. So, what can you do about it? Well, allow me to give you a couple options. Read on!… Continue reading
Welcome to Trendiki! It’s a fashion haven where you can not only rate clothing, accessories and shoes, but also share your choices with your friends. The best advice I have on getting started is to click the FAQ link, because not only does it explain what all you can do here, it will guide you through making your fashion lists, sharing them with your friends, rating items and… Continue reading