Remember cassette tapes? They were an invention that was made of two wheels (or spindles). Around one spindle was wrapped a metallic film. It fed through a plastic shell, and came around a track to connect to the other spindle. You’d put this clever cassette into a “cassette desk” and press play. The spindle that … Read moreSpinning My Wheels
My specific goal was to convert Disney’s The Princess and the Frog from DVD to the COBY player. To quote Lewis from the movie, “Oh, I tried once. It didn’t end well.”
At work, I routinely answer questions from customers. I can usually handle most questions thrown at me. I’m pretty good at crafting a thoughtful response. But this one had me stumped.
Outlook allows automatic “Out of Office” responses to email, but I would like to send automatic “Out of My Mind” replies to all email messages I receive. How can I do that?
If you have never been an administrator for a web site – even as small as this one is – you’d be amazed at the volume and wide range of comments being offered to my articles.
Ryan… has just activated the new feature “facebook esp” How cool is that? Just think it and it goes on facebook! Whoa! What will they come up with next?
About 59 minutes ago * Updated via facebook esp.
As the clerk of my local Church congregation, one of the leaders emailed me a draft document outlining the 2009 missionary plan, which I was to forward to the other leaders. Before hitting send, I noticed that his Internet service provider had added its own idea to our Church’s written plans for fellowshipping our neighbors … Read moreEmail Delivered – Message Altered
Here’s an analogy I’ve used often to describe to people what happens when a computer is low on memory. I cannot fully claim it for myself – I heard the concept somewhere, and perfected the story to make it my own. If your computer where a kitchen, the chef is the processor. No work happens … Read moreLow on Memory
I own both a pencil and a pen. Both of them can be used to write on paper. In some situations, I have used a pencil. When need arises, the pencil does the job for me. But more often, I find the pen suits my needs better. It feels more comfortable to me, and produces … Read moreA P.C. Tale (eat an Apple and enjoy)
Fun Fact # 235: Why you might want to proof-read the message before you let your office’s computer tech use YOUR email address to to send out a message to the rest of the company (because they might think you wrote it yourself)… From: Glorajean Beardall Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 9:07 AM To: Everybody … Read moreFun Fact # 235