Archive for October 2009

Google's 411 Service

Google’s new 411 service is free, fast and easy to use. Give it a try now and see how simple it is to find and connect with local businesses for free.* * Your telephone company may apply usual charges for making a phone call or receiving an SMS. You will not be charged any additional…

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Macintosh: Create a password protection from a folder

If you ever felt like you needed a little extra privacy for certain files on your computer, this is an easy way to do it. Not only can you keep prying eyes away from your tax documents or holiday lists – you can do it with the software you already have on your Macintosh. Determine…

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From Address Book to Excel for a Mail Merge

Q. I need to do a mail merge with Excel and Microsoft Word. How can I get my addresses out of my Address Book and into Excel? Answer: You have a couple of options. Address Book Exporters Either of these will allow you to export your address book as a plain text file that you…

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Find Me By IP – What Browser Am I?

I discovered this site through one of my friends and thought it was kinda neat. It’s called “Find Me By IP”. It’s simple to use, you just click the link below and you will get a page telling you all about: Your IP address — identifies and allows devices the ability to communicate with each…

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Your Business Card is Crap!

I hesitated posting this video because I didn’t want people thinking I was trying to sell them an expensive business card design. But, this guy really made me laugh. The only thing funnier were some of the video comments. I posted a couple of them below the video. Don’t forget to add your own two…

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Things: Software by Cultured Code

First, I purchased Things by Cultured Code for Macintosh with my own dollars. Second, I didn’t get paid for this review. Heck, they don’t even know I’m reviewing it. Third, I love this application so much, I must share. I think it is brilliant. I purchased Things maybe 6 months ago or so. It has become…

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Where is my BCC?

Question I’m in the Macintosh Mail application. How can I find out who I blind cc’d (bcc) my email to. When I review the sent mail, I can’t see who got blind carbon copied. Is there some incredibly obvious way I can see the bcc addresses in the “sent” email? Answer It should be obvious,…

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Web Hosting: Types and choosing the right one for you.

In the world of web hosting there are a lot of choices and it can be confusing to make a decision. You might wonder what the difference is between $10 a month hosting versus $150 a month hosting. There are three basic kinds of hosting the average person will care about: Shared Virtual Private Server…

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