Friday, March 25th, 2011
This site is inspired by a guy who a took a photo of himself every day for years and then made a video of them – the site creator thought it was cool and wondered what it would take to make it available to the public
I have just migrated from Win 2k to Win 7 and really miss being able to use the keyboard shortcut (Win+U) to do a shutdown of my system. However, I don’t see any way to do this in Win 7. I know I can click Start and then click Shut Down
Chuck from TN asks:
When I’m in a folder in Windows XP, I see a button called Back and one called Up. What’s the difference?
One of these (the Up button) was a feature Windows discontinued in Vista and Windows 7, but if you’re navigating through folders and sub folders in XP and decide
Photography on land is fun, but snapping in the air is sheer adventure. A bird’s eye view is completely different from a general view. Remember, helicopter photography is an art in itself. And knowing what to do, can make for some memorable helicopter photography. Here are some of the different ways you can make the most of your digital camera.
Did you know that most of our communication with words – spoken and written – only really consists of about 7,000 words? Help save disused words from disappearing by adopting one and using it in your conversations and writing today!
When the page loads
There are times when I’ve found myself working in MS Word, and I’ve needed a title or header for a page or section that was more of a title bar… something like this:
To create it, I could choose a text box and then format it appropriately but the reality is that it’s not
If you’ve used OpenOffice.org Calc at all, I know that you’ve found the Delete Contents dialog box.
How could you not?
Every time you select a cell or range of cells and try to clear their contents you automatically hit the Delete button and that annoying dialog
Take me out to the ball game…or not…
Major League Baseball has already started and the Pro clubs are pushing hi-tech upgrades to their parks to lure the fan that watches from his couch in his living room into watching from a seat live in the VIP box (or just from a seat live).