Monday, July 6th, 2009
Here’s a great tip on how to take pictures at night without a flash! Continue reading
I know I’ve been talking a lot about blogging lately. It is probably because my mom has had me help her set up her own blog and I’ve been looking into all the different options out there extensively.
I love Wordpress, but I have zero desire to design a theme for it from scratch. So I wanted to find a great offering of Wordpress themes that were free and easy… Continue reading
Yahoo will be introducing a new data center in Lockport, NY, one that the company hopes will become the world’s most efficient data center. This facility will be powered mainly by hydroelectric power from Niagara Falls, completely use outside air to cool the servers and have a yearly PUE average of around 1.1 or better. The company also annouced that it hopes to reduce the carbon footprint… Continue reading
When you use MS Word do you find yourself updating the exact same information in many different files?
For example, maybe you have a weekly sales figure that is put into several different Word files each week.
Do you open all the files and change the information in each and every one? Even with a copy and paste process it still can take quite a bit of time.
Or, is… Continue reading
Do you need a website that is safe for kids; one that has games and a free email service? Then Zilladog is perfect for you. It is a website specifically for kids, created by parents. They can talk with friends and family with the free ZillaMail email service. Also, they can play the most popular child-safe games approved by parents.
1. If you want to create a Zilladog ZillaMail account… Continue reading
I’m not trying to sound like a broken record here, but just yesterday Microsoft announced yet another major security issue for windows XP users that have IE7 and IE6. Unlike last week’s vulnerability that only affected the MS direct show plugin, this new issue affects multiple ActiveX controls that could be used to hijack your computer.
Both of these issues only work on older browsers and operating systems… Continue reading
We’ve talked before about shortening URL’s to make the easier to link, and send. But have you ever wondered about the reverse? Where exactly are those short URL’s sending you? Well now you can find out! With Long URL Please you’ll be able to reveal the URL behind the shortened version.
There are two ways to use it. If you use Firefox, you can just install the Firefox extension. Clicking… Continue reading
Today is an exciting day in the world of Google.
As I’m sure many of you already know, Google is not just a search engine. For more than 5 years now, Google has offered web based services for email, documents, calendars and chatting. These services, called Gmail, Google Docs, Google Calendar and Google Talk, have been used by millions of people around the world, but there has always been… Continue reading
A while back, Amanda wrote about a coolsite called HULU.com. HULU is a site that allows you to watch all of your favorite TV shows without having to hunt around for them or do anything illegal. Here’s how it works:
All major TV networks these days put their newest TV shows on the internet. After a show airs on TV, they… Continue reading
I don’t know about you but I tend to go through my e-mail messages and then “sort” them. You know, delete it or move it to some folder or another.
When moving messages I simply drag and drop them into their new location using the folder list.
The problem inevitably is that I accidentally drop some into the wrong location.
Usually I realize it right away but still have to… Continue reading