While normally I find the Huffington Post to be Grade A Bull Plop, I’m a big fan of their Fundrace map. Very interesting. http://fundrace.huffingtonpost.com/ (via Lifehacker)
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I recently made the plunge into the new world of Office 2007. The core functionality of Office remains the same. I can create documents and spreadsheets like before, but the interface is MUCH different. Office is now all about the ribbon.
Like the Show Desktop button, I’m also a huge fan of the Address Bar toolbar in Windows XP. Or at least I was until Service Pack 3. The Address Toolbar (RIP) Recently, Microsoft under the guise of a Service Pack removed functionality. I believe the explanation they used was something like, “Due to regulatory requests […]
I’m a big fan of Frank O. Pinion, currently on KTRS 550 AM in St. Louis. He’s a radio genius. One of the players, Karen Vail was let go last week. Frank offers his explanation in an audio file (see below). I commend him for many reasons. Right now, I commend him most for the […]
Back in the late 90’s, Microsoft rolled out a feature as a part of Windows 98 that I have come to love far and away above all others. It was a simple feature that 85% or more of folks don’t even know exists. If they have seen it, chances are they’ve never used it and […]
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