Over the last couple of days we had some problem with the domain record for Energion.com, which I own. Yes, I paid my bill. The name servers changed, though it doesn’t appear to be a highjack. In any case, I … Read More
I’m sure there are those who picked up on this much more quickly, but in case anyone else gets stalled on synchronizing their Documents-to-Go documents on this little beast (Palm Centro) I thought I’d write a little bit about it. … Read More
I’ve upgraded to a Palm Centro with Sprint, thus moving into the 21st century, or so my kids and wife tell me. One would think someone as involved with computers as I am would be OK with phone devices, but … Read More
With Norton Anti-Virus and Internet Security 2006 I reluctantly quit recommending Norton for everything. It was using too much in the way of resources, and it was too expensive for the value provided. In a number of cases internet providers … Read More
I’ve been working on upgrading all my old table based pages to this method for some time, but I wish I’d had clear instructions like these when I first started.
This download from TechRepublic, 10 e-mail habits that waste time and cause problems is well worth reading. These tips could help you (and me!) avoid some problems with e-mail communication.
Well, MediaMax is a service I was contemplating recommending to some of my clients, but based on this (where there is also a link to a google search for “mediamax sucks” producing a large number of hits), I think I … Read More
This is an older post on TechRepublic that they’re listing as one of the top posts for the year, but it has good material for all of us to watch: 7 Warning Signs of Bogus Science. And as a side … Read More
I’ve been testing Blogrush for a couple of weeks (see here), and thus far I am finding the benefits marginal. When I first posted I showed the rate at which people were clicking through my syndicated entries shown on other … Read More
Since I’ve switched to Ubuntu for my main desktop machine, I was interested in this article in Linux Mag which compares the features of Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon with Leopard (Apple). Since I haven’t used an Apple since the Apple II, … Read More