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Monthly Archives: October 2008
TechRepublic has an excellent video, and a text article. I have been slow in moving toward Vista, but I now have a few installations to deal with. The basis of this video and article is that often one wants to … Continue reading
. . . according to TechRepublic’s Jason Hiner.
I encountered this and found the answer here, but I would also note that my system has xtightvncviewer rather than just vncviewer. Executing the command in a terminal automatically changes the selection, but if you’re looking for it in Synaptic … Continue reading
Two years ago this month my father passed away at age 86 after a full and interesting life. He was an amateur radio operator starting in his teens, and he passed that on to his family. I am without equipment … Continue reading
You can download it here, or find a review at pcmag. HT: OpenOffice.org Training, Tips, and Ideas.
Of course, it’s on the Energion Publications Announcements blog. I set out to brighten up our theme and clean it up a bit. The new theme adjusts to browser width and also has the same header and links that we … Continue reading
My mother’s computer slowed down and eventually became unusable after upgrade to Windows XP SP3. One option, of course, was to remove SP3, but we couldn’t even get things working well enough for a reinstallation. (Note that I’m typing this … Continue reading
Jason Hiner thinks not. The problem is likely less that Vista is bad, than that it is new and different and just a little clumsy for people who are accustomed to Windows XP. The idea of resolving security issues by … Continue reading
With a tip of the hat to TechRepublic, let me suggest Delicious to you for bookmarking. Why not just use browser bookmarks? The root cause, for me, is gas prices. Huh? What do gas prices have to do with it? … Continue reading
Here’s some fun on that topic from TechRepublic.