Has anyone else out there noticed that Internet Explorer 8 is a little on the poky side? I’m just so used to Firefox zinging into action so fast, that when I load up IE8 to test something it feels like a decade before the first site loads!
So, I was trolling the Internet looking around for some possible solutions and found this one I’d like to share… Continue reading
Have you ever noticed that when working in a title or text placeholder, the font will just shrink as the text fills the box?
It’s a good thing if you want PowerPoint to help take care of the “making it fit” issue, but it’s not so good if you want the text to be the same on all slides or have a specific font size in mind… Continue reading
Are you looking to looking to spice up and add some excitement to your Internet browsing? One place that doesn’t have to be so cut and dry is viewing pictures and video. Instead of this boring old image search:
How does this look? Well trust me, it is so much more fun and enjoyable! Today, I present to you, Cooliris, a neat new… Continue reading
Do you share living expenses with more than one person? I have a good friend who does; he has to split the cost of rent, utilities, and food with two other people. He was looking for a good way to kept track of it all and asked me for help. I found Scred.
Scred allows you to create pools that track debt between multiple people, balance them… Continue reading
Have you noticed that in Word 2007 your ability to format tab stops seems to be missing?
Are you suffering withdrawl symptoms because you can’t seem to find this little gem?
Ok, so we all know that it’s not really gone but where in the world did they put it?
Well, I can think of a couple… Continue reading
You may not like to use your camera’s flash, but sometimes it’s inevitable. Although some associate it with harsh light, if used correctly, a built-in flash unit can certainly enhance a shot’s quiet appeal. Here are some tips for making the most out of your camera’s flash…
1. Built-in vs. external flash units
A built-in flash unit is generally quite small… Continue reading
Welcome to the site that is going to help you create and maintain your own file library.
Registration is free and easy. Just click the Sign Up or Log In link at the top of the page and then click the register button. Now fill out the form with an e-mail address, and then create a username and password to use on the site. Click… Continue reading
Back in the day buying a processor was as simple as looking at the megahertz or gigahertz and purchasing based on the bigger number. I know there’s more to it than that like onboard cache and what-not, but in comparison to what we’ve got to work with today, life seemed simpler back then.
So, for example, what’s the difference between Core 2 and… Continue reading