We love our computers and our cellphones and our other gadgets and we’d rather not know what electromagnetic radiation is doing to us. … [continued]
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) … [continued]
At the risk of sounding irreligious, I like ActionOutline better for collecting and printing email than EverNote 2. … [continued]
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.
MindMeister is online mind mapping software. You can set up a free account and keep up to three mind maps. What I’m about to explain only takes one. … [continued]
Tracfone is a pay-and-talk service that works in the U.S. only. It’s illegal to try to make it work anywhere else. … [continued]
I used to use a special wire attached to my land-line for recording phone conversations. Now that Skype is my regular phone I’m interested in the possibilities for audio recording with Skype. It’s not included by default. … [continued]
People, people, people. More Google keywords. … [continued]
I’m still losing the Battle of the Inbox but not without more plans for how to win. Reminds me of that wasp on my side mirror. Who, by the way, came whizzing past my head the other day and it’s seriously winter here. Do they never sleep?