Tag Archive: Little Bit

Aug 14 2013

Techie Review: iRulu 10” Android tablet

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I have been throwing around the idea of buying a low-end android tablet to play with as a toy. To go so far as to think that I might take a cheap android tablet, strap some sticky magnets to the back of it and mount it to my refrigerator. The idea of having a android …

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Jul 09 2013

FileBot is the perfect partner for Plex Media Server

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The other day I was just mentioning about how much I really enjoyed using Plex media server. Plex media server is really good at going through your existing media and doing a discovery on it to see what they actually are. This applies to music and videos/movies, but to make Plex even more accurate at …

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Jul 04 2013

Microsoft/Skype don’t want you to go off-line

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If you have Skype loaded on your smartphone, you may have noticed an update to the user interface. It’s a little bit more sleeker and has a slightly different look, but one of the things you may have also noticed is that you can’t find the option to log out of Skype. Personally, I’ve noticed …

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Oct 17 2012

Windows 8 bad; Microsoft Surface good – uh?

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Microsoft is on the verge of the releasing their new version of their operating system, version 8. And although I said that Microsoft has done themselves a huge disservice with the operating system itself by messing with the overall look and feel and functionality of the operating system towards something that people only consider a …

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May 09 2012

They continue to muck with entertainment – and pirates still don’t care…

This is a little bit of a rant, BUT… I believe everyone is aware that copying a DVD or a Blu-Ray disc is incorrect; it’s against the law… I rented me a DVD the other night, Underworld – Awakening, and I noticed that it had this new warning on it. Thank goodness for the Internet …

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Feb 16 2012

How to: Send PaperPort Documents to Thunderbird [easy]

There’s a problem with PaperPort  that’s lacking a little bit, but for the most part I believe the overall interface of PaperPort is outstanding, the flow of the application works for me and I can organize my stuff the way I’d like to, but the problem I have is fairly simple and Nuance has been …

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Sep 15 2011

Windows 8: A walk around with Windows Explorer

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Having loaded Windows 8 DP [Developers Preview] on to my VirtualBox machine for testing… I was digging through the Windows Explorer, or the file manager for Windows and I thought I would pass on some things I was noticing with the new interface. The new Windows Explorer is utilizing the ribbon GUI  interface that’s being …

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Jan 14 2011

Can Google’s influence kill h.264?

In a surprising move that would be more reminiscent of something that Microsoft or Apple would do, Google has decided to remove the support for the h.264 video format. h.264 has been the Internet standard for video for the past couple of years; a large majority of newer digital cameras record directly to this format. …

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Sep 30 2010

Auto-linking Bug Found In Windows Live Writer 2011

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Windows Live Writer 2011 was just released, it’s the official release from the Windows live team. I was just going through some settings and some options in Windows live writer and I believe I’ve found a bug in the application. The problem seems to be stemming from the auto linking feature in Windows live writer, …

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