I can’t ever properly Re-Tweet a truly interesting Tweet. That is because truly interesting tweets come from people who care about Tweeting interesting things. That means they don’t necessarily care about chopping their tweet down small enough to be re-Tweetable like those who care more
Does your computer Initialize Places Bar all of the sudden when you try to open or close Microsoft Office files like Word Documents? It’s your My Places Bar. You just didn’t know you had one. Make it stop.
Microsoft has released the official (no trojans) version of the Windows 7 Release Candidate on its website. Unlike the Windows 7 beta from earlier this year, there is no rush this time, at least not yet. Microsoft says that the RC will be available until
I recently stumbled upon NetSurveyor while trying to find the more well known NetStumbler utility. NetSurveyor seemed to also do what I was looking for, so I decided to give it a try. NetSurveyor 802.11 Discovery Tool Features As with NetStumbler, the standard usage of
Because I have no intention of registering for an account at ABCNews just to comment on its Twitter story, I’m posting my comment here. Read the story here first. If you insist on skipping reading the original story, the premise that Twitter IS a really
So, today, I’m poking around my Windows Live account. I’ve had it for a while, but I’ve never really done anything with it. Basically, my entire reason for having it was to use Foldershare and then Windows Live Sync to keep some files and folders