Friday, March 11th, 2011
This is a fun a site where the author makes commentary via graphs and diagrams that all fit on an index card – thus Indexed.
It is really easy to navigate because it is setup blog style, so all you have to do is
Ron from Australia asks:
In the email program, Mozilla Thunderbird, how can I put a shortcut icon to the Inbox on the Mail Toolbar?
Ron, I found nothing native to Thunderbird that would do what you asked. However an add-on is available called Quick Folders that offers that option, and it worked
Children can be tough subjects for a photographer. They are not as patient as adults, and are always on the move. So, if you want to take great photos of your kids, try these top tips.
1. Get down – One of the quickest fixes for achieving great photos of children is to get down to their eye level. Too many
OpenOffice.org Writer: Creating Duplicates of Selected Text With a Simple Drag and Drop
When you’re looking to duplicate something in an OpenOffice.org Writer document how, do you accomplish the task?
Let me guess… you select it, copy it then move to the new location and paste it… am I right?
I watch a lot of investigation television. One night there were back to back episodes of investigations into suspected lead poisonings. There were kids eating lead paint chips and it was just awful, but it got me to thinking about the fact that I live
The iPhone is easily the most popular smartphone on the market, but the built in ringtones are a little trite. Luckily, creating custom ringtones for the iPhone isn’t only easy, but quick.
Start by going into iTunes and picking out a song. When choosing, keep a couple guidelines in mind. It’s very important to choose a song that’s loud enough to be
RootsMagic is a really useful free program that enables you to lay out your family tree. It has many tools available for tracking information about your family and their ancestry. I found this program to very practical and loads of fun, right off the bat.
Upon initial installation, you’re asked to do an update to get the newest version of the
Welcome to The Animal Detector, a site where the author tries to capture video of the nocturnal animal activity in his neighborhood.
Navigation is setup blog style. So you just scroll down the page to see the previous entries. You’ll notice on
Welcome to National Geographic’s website devoted to the forces of nature. After the earthquake in Japan, and the tsunami it caused, this site seems even more interesting because you learn what these forces of nature are and how they work.
Do you like to watch documentaries? What about watching them for free and being able to share them with your friends and family? If this sounds good, you should try Snag Films. I’d recommend that you start at the About page to find out just what Snag is