More fun in techdom. My wife’s laptop hard drive was filling up…becoming more fragmented…and therefore, slowing down. I decided to give it the gift of a new life. I purchased a 100gig hard drive with a 16mb cache. Installing on a dell is a snap…sorta. My problem was, I didn’t see the adapter that was attached to the old drive, so when I installed it, the system kept saying that there was no drive…grrr.
Macs rule! Simple, elegant and the stuff just works.
Prime example: new digital camera.
After our old digital camera died and we purchased a new one, we, of course, wanted to see how well it worked. The test: take a picture and get it off the camera and on to a computer.
For the Mac: a matter of minutes with zero configuration needed. iPhoto did it all perfectly
There has been some discusson on the hiptop forum about who has received the update and when…and the moderators of the forum kept saying that it was completely random. Well someone figured out how to “force” the update to happen. It was a bit of a pain but it actually worked for me (continual shutdown and restart of the device). I now have it!
Nice to breathe life into an old gadget!
I’ve been playing around with MediaWiki…it is quite a bit of work! However, for someone new to it, it is a but overwhelming. Trying to find documentation on how to modify skins and such proved a bit daunting…
Trying to get my teeth into it.
WP (WordPress) seems to be a pretty nice piece of work. I find that any Open Source web-ap that is extendible through plug-ins or extensions is great. Things like Mambo, phpcollab, WP are my personal favorites right now. (Although, phpCollab is a bit stale and a bit harder to extend…)
OK, this is pretty crazy…my issue at work printing HTML emails has been resolved. What I don’t get is how something that has been documented for many years can continue to crop up. There have been so many different approaches to fixing it but it seems like only one actually works.
So, bottom line, if you ever encounter any issues with printing HTML emails within Outlook (but plain text are fine), follow the direction of the file linked here [Outlook 2003 HTML Printing Registry Fix] .