Wednesday, February 9th, 2011
Doing a school report? You might want to enlist the power of Google with these handy tricks! Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to design your own super hero? I’m geeky enough to admit that I have! Do you have kids who are gaga for comics? This could be a fun way for them to spend a snowy afternoon this winter.
I found this site fascinating! In 2009, the New York Times focused on 54 people from New York City, from all walks of life. They recorded their stories and proved that New York City is a place filled with characters. Now you can browse the entire
If you’ve recently given up your Microsoft Office 2003 for the “latest, greatest” version, Office 2010, you may be a bit disoriented.
You’ve heard the hype about the new Ribbon User Interface but now you’re faced with actually having to use it…
If it’s not something you’re taking to easily or just feel like you need more guidance, I have a suggestion or two
It’s called a Drop Cap and, while this may not be something that we would use every day, it is a quick and very easy way to add a little something extra to your documents, making it something that would be a good addition to our “Hey, I know how to do that” list.
I adore Smithsonian web sites, because they always catch my attention right away. And this one certainly didn’t let me down. If you just scroll through the featured articles with the arrows on either side of the screen, you’ll see what I mean! There are featured articles on: a pirate
Insomnia? Your phone can help.
If you have an Android phone and you have trouble falling asleep, this one’s for you. Mizo Software Solutions has come up with a great app: Relax and Sleep. This application is a free sound-generator that lets you create your own custom
How much time have you spent customizing the Quick Access Toolbar in your MS Office 2007 programs?
If you’re anything like me then it’s quite a lot…
When you move to a new computer – or maybe decide that you want the one at home to match the one at work – what do you do?