Author Archive for: mark
Generally speaking, too many people shape their lives around technology, instead of shaping technology to fit their lives. This site aims to provide tips and solutions to allow you to get more from technology.
Entries by Mark
The Spanish police should teach classes on the proper way to stop a criminal.
I love Microsoft Excel. Excel is far and away my favorite application. It has recently helped me lose over 30 pounds.
I use Excel all the time. I’ve been on the 2007 version for quite some time and I still can’t get over the ugly pastel color scheme that Microsoft provided us with for the new version.
Dear Sony Pictures: 2012 sucked. Bad. Please do refund me 158 minutes of my life back. Thanks you in advance for your help with this matter. Sincerely, Marktastic
A while back, I got a Bag of Crap from Woot. It included a limited edition (1634 of 2000) Woot Bucket. I have not found a good use for this beautiful bucket in the year or so that I’ve had it, so I’m selling it and a few other Woot collectibles. If you would like […]
Recently, I mentioned Awkward Family Photos and Photobomb. Since then, I’ve found a couple more great sites chock full of hilarity. These wonderful sites also provide an RSS feed so you can subscribe using your favorite reader. People of Wal-Mart
I’m a fan of So You Think You Can Dance on Fox. I’ve posted before about my favorite routine on the show. And I was extremely happy to hear that season 6 of SYTYCD would be on this fall; no more waiting until summer for the next season. The one good thing about tonight was […]
If you are like me, you have several USB Keys sitting around doing nothing. It’s time to repurpose those old drives. Turn them into a swiss-army drive that contains any possible program you might need . . . and for free! I’ve been a big fan of the Portable Apps suite for some time. Granted, […]
Computers have made your life easier. But they wouldn’t work without nerds. Today is the day that you thank the nerd in your life for saving your bacon and for keeping your computer running. http://www.sysadminday.com/ Gifts of food, technology and cash are of course welcome and encouraged.