The story of why they are no gravatars at JLog is a long one.
Back in the day, a few of you will recall, when JLog began, it wasn’t on WordPress. It was some kinky thing I threw together using NVu. Because NVu is a blank screen. And I’ve never been able to resist a blank screen. They remind me of blank paper. … [continued]
If you’re a fan of portable apps, this will probably interest you.
Cameyo is a virtualization application that turns ordinary software installations into portable versions. … [continued]
Here’s a nifty little tool for editing PDF’s in case you need one. PDF-XChange Viewer. It’s portable and free.
It’s not absolutely everything but it will take you quite far.
My laptop isn’t just old; it’s senile. I see a netbook in my near future. Any advice on which one? I may not be able to answer you right away but will read all comments when I can.
Some interesting reading in the meantime: Intel Introduces Dual-Core Atom Processor for Netbooks
Please share your experience with netbooks and help me make a decision.
Thanks. Signing off…
I made some notes about this awhile back because I’ve seen people asking about it. What does start sniffer mean? This is an adjunct to the post Orbit Downloader. … [continued]
What I’d like is a reliable multifaceted universal file search option with an option in the context menu that will take me to whatever it is I want to know when I want to know it. And some quick editing functions at the same time. In other words, I want everything and I want it immediately. A workable alternative to Windows Explorer. … [continued]
When I buy technological gadgets I always think I know what I’m buying and I’m almost always wrong. I returned the clip-on microphone that I purchased yesterday because of the screaming feedback. Then I narrowed down the USB headsets to two. … [continued]
It was about a month ago when my monitors were giving me all that trouble that I began thinking about unplugging from some of the things I take for granted – like my computer. … [continued]
This describes how to read and write GPS using GPS devices, Google Maps and Bing Maps. If you simply need a fast way to add GPS to your digital images, get GeoSetter. It has Google Maps embedded, IPTC editing run by ExifTool in the background, and it’s free.
The ‘What I Do’ meme suggested by GeneaBloggers. Defined as “what you use in terms of technology to either run your genealogy business or pursue your family history as a hobby”. You’ve already heard most of mine but here we go again. … [continued]