The Mac and PC ads are cute but they are getting annoying! So I thought I’d play two side by side! Enjoy! First the real thing… And now for the real entertainment!
So, on Saturday we were shopping in the local Carrefour when my wife expressed her interest in buying a small type MP3 player, something she could use easily and slip intor her bag… So we perused all the sixty or seventy types on offer: a lot of cheaper OEM type stuff, a few notables, including Creative, Ipod and Sony, and a bunch of other tweenies. And this story is what we learned!
In this post, you’ll read about money making, Asus Eee-PC, Google PR, Hitech and Iphone Knock-offs. To get rich sometimes doesn’t require the smartest of ideas, in fact, NicheGeek describes some ‘stupid’ ideas that have made lots of money. Of course, I’d have to include the Pet Rocks craze as my number 11 on that list! It’s worth… Read More »
Ever have trouble buying cartridges for your printers? Well, try CartridgeFinder.com. It is an easy to operate website that you can search by brand and model, just click on the results that show up. Once you found your model on Cartridge Finder, then enter your zip code to get the complete pricing for your residence. Or you can… Read More »
The Eee PC701 is coming, and coming soon. More details are now avaible for this machine, though you can see my original post here. Eee PC 701 [EeeUser Wiki Home] says of the machine: The ASUS Eee PC 701 (manufacturer product page) is an upcoming ultraportable notebook computer with an estimated starting price of $199 USD.1) It was… Read More »
For many small businesses, like my own, there isn’t enough time to take care of the important but nittygritty stuff like running virus checks, updating software, and backing up data. These kinds of tasks aren’t urgent, but when things go wrong, proper handling of each of these steps can save a ton of money and effort to fix… Read More »
When we are working on our blogs, we tend to focus on a very narrow range of browsers , because these browser are likely the ones that we found installed on our computers when we bought them: IE6.0 or 7.0 on windows machines; Konqueror on Linux; and Safari on Mac…. But what about the visitors who use different… Read More »
I was browsing on StumbleUpon this evening when I came across this rather unique specimen which is claimed to be the smallest Linux computer in the World. I personally can’t verify this claim, but it is a unique product. “The picotux 100 is the world’s smallest Linux computer, only slightly larger (35mmÃƒâ€”19mmÃƒâ€”19mm) than an RJ45 connector.” It runs… Read More »
For those of you who like to do things manually, PCTipsBox explains how you can “double the speed of Firefox”, in their article.How to Double Firefox Speed The article goes into some detail, and there are a couple of suggestions I didn’t know, including the values content.interrupt.parsing, and content.max.tokenizing.time. Of course, you can use the FasterFox plugin for… Read More »