My main need, when I’m writing, is to maintain a history of rewrites. Some of us are a bit self-conscious with our writing and think we can’t do it really. Other people can but we can’t. And we might just keep putting it off altogether. Continue reading
Bookmarks are the cheap cure for being overwhelmed.
Simply — When I sit down at my computer I’m either doing my own work or reading, watching or listening to someone else’s. Multitasking is trying to do more than one at the same time. Continue reading
We love our computers and our cellphones and our other gadgets and we’d rather not know what electromagnetic radiation is doing to us. Continue reading
TiddlyWiki version 5 is a re-work of the original. It can be used for anything (blog, journal, research…) but I’ve done a trial with bookmarks.
This describes how to read and write GPS using GPS devices, Google Maps, Bing Maps and XnView. (Updated from July 2010) Continue reading
At the risk of sounding irreligious, I like ActionOutline better for collecting and printing email than EverNote 2. Continue reading
I decided I’d try to do a Randy Seaver and increase my blog subscriptions to a couple thousand and follow them every day, too.
First I had to find his secret. Either he has way more time than the rest of us, or he’s got a secret.
Changing the Master Password in KeePass is very simple to do. It’s the password guarding all your other passwords so it’s important to make it a secure one. Continue reading
This demonstrates how to zip and unzip files and folders using either Windows 7 or the free program, 7-Zip. Continue reading
If you want a letter that doesn’t change every time you plug in your external drive, you may need to assign one. To change or assign a drive letter in Windows, start by plugging in the drive. Continue reading