The watch industry has, by and large, taken a hit with many people carrying around cell phones these days. Who needs a watch when they can look at their phone for the time? Casio thinks that they have an answer to that question with their […]
You will want to customize the AutoText feature in Word in order to get the most benefit when working with words and phrases that you find yourself using over and over again. Fortunately, it is very easy to do this in versions 2007 and 2010.
I am a senior citizen, officially deemed an ‘aged pensioner’ (what an awful term!). I’m happy to report though that I do still feel young at heart…. sometimes! I’ve spent many years ‘fixing’ computers and my ‘clientele’ has grown from family and friends to friends
In 1893 , the first electric car is built in Toronto, Canada. The result of a collaboration between patent attorney Frederick Featherstonhaugh, engineer William Still and carriage maker John Dixon, Featherstonhaugh drove his electric car for 15 years. Learn more at http://blogs.autonet.ca/time_machines/general/canadas-first-cars/.
[notice]Let me start by saying that I’ve missed being able to post semi-regularly over the past couple of months. October and November were crazy for us at Fizziology, and I have been extra busy keeping up with the demands of our rapid growth. Things have
Once you have created your AutoText entries, you may, at a later date, have a need to edit them. There is no special editing feature to accomplish this in MS Word unfortunately. The best method to edit an AutoText is described below. Follow these
This guide is presented in response to a request from DCT Forum member Lanie. Lanie has run out of usable space on the system ‘C’ drive but has a large secondary partition, ‘D’ drive, which is near enough to empty. You can view the Forum
In 1998, the Space Shuttle Endeavour was launched on the first mission to begin assembling the International Space Station (ISS). Two days later, the U.S.-built connecting node, Unity, was coupled with the Russian-built control module, Zarya, which means Sunrise, and the space station was a
In 1968, Control Data Corporation (CDC) announced the CDC 7600 supercomputer, considered by many to be the first true supercomputer. The CDC 7600 was capable of 15 million computations per second and placed CDC as the leader in the supercomputer industry. Learn more at http://www.computerhistory.org/VirtualVisibleStorage/artifact_main.php?tax_id=03.04.01.00#5.
One of the most common complaints regarding Windows 8 has been the so-called ‘missing’ Start button – have a look around any discussion forum or blog and you’re bound to find numerous references. In fact, there are already at least half a dozen or more 3rd party products available
In 1993, NASA launched the Space Shuttle Endeavour with an IBM ThinkPad 750 on board. On a mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope, the crew used a notebook computer in space for the first time. The IBM ThinkPad 750 was used to observe color