Category Archive: Programming

Aug 08 2012

Windows Live Writer 2012 Released – Nothing is new or fixed.

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Microsoft released a new version of Windows Live Writer this morning and I’m utterly disgusted with what Microsoft considers a new version. Nothing is new with the latest version. Hell, even the name is the same ‘Windows Live Writer’. What’d you [Microsoft] guys do with Windows Live Writer? Microsoft said Windows ‘Live’ is dead; it’s …

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Jan 16 2012

AutoHotKey: MyLittleHelper – Making tech life easier

This is a fairly short post, but it’s really to the point. The power of AutoHotKey continues to impress and be incredibly useful. If you know how to use AutoHotKey, you know exactly what I’m discussing. I use AutoHotKey in just about everything I do… and just about everything I write. I’m a person that …

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Sep 16 2011

Using AutoHotKey to Hack Dragon NaturallySpeaking v11

Dragon NaturallySpeaking is easily my favorite application for productivity. I speak, and it types; I use it for blogging and for work— and have been for the past six years or so. The latest release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking, version 11, worked extremely well, and I understand that the purpose of using Dragon NaturallySpeaking is to …

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Sep 13 2011

Mozilla Thunderbird Plug-in: SocialMail 0.6.2b

One of my favorite plug-ins for Thunderbird; it’s actually the plug-in that saved Thunderbird from being replaced by something else [for me]. SocialMail is a plug-in that mimics the functions of Xobni. Xobni has openly said that they have no interest in creating a plug-in for Thunderbird, and doing for Thunderbird what is Xobni has …

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Aug 18 2011

Microsoft Confirms Windows 8 App Store

The creation of the Microsoft application store is something that I’ve been talking about for years, but sadly, Microsoft hasn’t come around this idea until after everyone else has. Apple and Google have already established themselves with application stores for their operating systems, mainly the smartphones, but now that Microsoft has a new inspiration, with …

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Jun 02 2011

Android Market: What Google Considers Right And Wrong

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Over the past couple of months in watching the behavior of Google, it’s curious as to what Google considers morally correct behavior. Google has decided to punish the android users who have chosen to reboot their android devices. Just recently they decided to deny access for pay-per-view videos for those users who have modified their …

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May 11 2011

Google Rewards Users/Developers of Google Tasks with an API

I believe everyone is aware of the Google Tasks option, to keep your everyday things on track, but for the longest time [it seems] for what ever reason Google didn’t offer an API to that service, making it difficult to believe to incorporate that information with any other application… A lot of users wanted to …

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Apr 26 2011

YouTube Encoding videos to WebM is the right choice

Adobe Flash video has been a hassle for years. First with having to even install the Adobe Flash player and then to endure the lack of timely updates and security problems that Adobe has had with the plug-in. And up until recently, Adobe had not released a player for Adobe Flash or the 64-bit systems; …

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Apr 06 2011

Windows Live Writer 2011 – AutoSaver

This is really nothing, but it may help some people. While Windows Live Writer is a great application for blogging a lot of users are complaining that they’re losing their blogs with Windows Live Writer just outright crashing on them and taking their super log blogs with them. Obviously, this would be frustrating… and Microsoft …

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Mar 20 2011

Using Voice Recognition In The Cloud

In the world of operating systems and usability, and in the realm of voice recognition for the general population, Microsoft, Google and Nuance are the only ones that are competing. Microsoft is the worst of the bunch, while Microsoft does have a good record of voice recognition with their operating system, the GUI is so …

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