Don’t we all love games. But, nothing stimulates the mind more than a game that needs you to rack your brains. That is what Rotate and its successor Rotate2 hope to establish.
If you’re on a Mac or you have already upgraded to Internet Explorer 7, then you’ll be pretty lost about how your site looks like on lower versions of Internet Explorer. For me this is a big problem because half my visitors to my several sites are still using IE6 and you have to admit that IE6 is a pathetic browser. IE7 is a lot more compliant and displays sites a lot correctly than its predecessors.
I’m very picky about how I play my music and videos and have several different media players installed that fulfil different purposes. One such player is jetAudio Basic which is my primary player for playing folders or playlists. jetAudio comes in a free Basic version and a paid Plus version.
I always wondered how Mark had those small yellow posts over at Weblog Tools Collection. It was only after a while that I realized that they are what are called Asides. Asides as the name goes is something aside your normal content.
This tutorial is for those of you who have the cPanel as your hosting control panel. cPanel’s File Manager is a very powerful and versatile tool to use to upload your website. A very useful feature offered by it is the ability to extract zip, tar and gz archive files.
Almost everyone who has SSH access to their accounts will be well aware of PuTTY which is a free Telnet and SSH Client. PuTTY has saved tonnes of time because using shell is a definite time saver over most other methods. If you have just one site to manage, then it isn’t a problem.
Using Adobe Reader has been the traditional method of viewing PDFs, can’t blame them since they are after all the main folks behind the PDF revolution. However, one complain that everyone has had wrt Adobe Reader has been its massive load time. I will admit that the latest version, 8, does load extremely quickly.
Have ever converted an audio-tape to digital format? If you are doing so, the normal way is recording via the Line-In. The recorded audio is a single long file.
Normally to shutdown Windows, you need to go to you Start Menu » Turn Off Computer » Turn Off I use my keyboard for this purpose by hitting in the shortcut keys, Windows Key followed by U and U. Carol has a tutorial on getting the same thing done by creating a Windows shortcut. You can create a Shortcut on your Desktop (read a similar tutorial) with shutdown -s -t 01 The -s issues the shutdown command and the -t 01 sets the time to one second.