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Monthly Archives: November 2009
Back in 1978-1979 I was in my final year of college and was teaching part time at a small private school. I have always been fascinated by electronics, and a bit of an early adapter. At that time, the big … Continue reading
Jason Hiner of TechRepublic, in an article titled The market has rejected Linux Desktops. Get over it shows that Linux market share in desktop computing has hung in the +/- 1% ranger for a decade and suggests this is unlikely … Continue reading
Boulders 2 Bits provides a link to Media Convert, which has a huge selection of document conversions you can perform online. I haven’t worked with it yet, but it’s definitely in my bookmarks.
One of my clients uses this wide format printer. After switching to Vista on his work station he had intermittent problems printing. The print job would do everything normally, but simply would not print or show up in the queue, … Continue reading
A while back I wrote a post on how to save when shopping for groceries (Grocery Shopping 101). Yesterday I encountered another example of one of the things I mentioned. Grocery placement on the shelves is not for your convenience. … Continue reading