Posted on May 9th, 2013 at 20:25 1 comment
This is a fun one – especially if you use Chrome.
Posted on May 1st, 2013 at 10:26 8 comments
I know many of you don’t follow me yet on Twitter (@woodyleonhard). Believe me, Twitter isn’t just about teenage angst, Justin Bieber and what cats eat for breakfast.
For those of you who aren’t yet following me on Twitter – sign up, for heaven’s sake! – I just posted a more detailed explanation of the situation at InfoWorld.
(And I got the link right this time. I think.)
Posted on April 29th, 2013 at 22:34 4 comments
Can you believe $85 for a 128 GB USB drive? Wow.
InfoWorld Tech Watch
Posted on April 23rd, 2013 at 06:46 7 comments
I’ve started a series of articles in Windows Secrets Newsletter about moving simple, everyday documents onto the web – where you can get to them with your PC, Mac, phone or tablet, no sweat.
The trick is to use Google Docs (formerly known as Google Apps). It’s free, and for straightforward stuff, it’s absolutely breathtaking. I’m converting my wife’s bakery business over to Google. All of a sudden, employees don’t have to log on with their PCs to update daily reports or receive email. They can do everything on their tablets, or even their phones, for heaven’s sake. And it’s EASY to set up, easy to use.
Part 1 covers moving your email over to Gmail. Yes, you can switch to Gmail and get all sorts of online access (including iPad and iPhone apps; I run my mail on my Android Galaxy Note II, which I’m really starting to like a lot). And you can do it without changing your email address – no changes at all.
Follow the series, as it unfolds, at Windows Secrets Newsletter.
Posted on April 13th, 2013 at 22:20 6 comments
EP wrote with this heads-up:
New security updates for Adobe Flash Player versions 10.3 and 11.7 posted here:
New Adobe Shockwave Player 12 security update posted here:
And reading this Majorgeeks.com April 9 story about Avira & Windows 8 support here:
php?id=38446it looks like Avira will soon have their antivirus products certified by Microsoft as Windows 8 compatible in the upcoming weeks. When it comes to Windows 8 compatibility, Avira seems to be pretty late to the party…so to speak.
Posted on April 5th, 2013 at 06:55 1 comment
Oops. Forget what we said last time.
You analysts, toss out the crystal balls and grow some brass ones.
InfoWorld Tech Watch.
Posted on April 4th, 2013 at 19:36 3 comments
18 months of killed projects.
InfoWorld. [Link fixed. Thanks, everybody!]
Posted on March 29th, 2013 at 11:47 No comments
I’m testing how hard it is to do picture pop-out links with WordPress.