Monthly Archives: January 2010

I Hate Red-Eye

One of the things I hate doing is going through pictures of people and having to go in and manually fix red-eye problems. It’s time consuming and tedious. Picasa 3.6 seems to have come up with a pretty good solution. … Continue reading

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Slideshows – My new favorite.

While there are lots of ways and programs which will do an ok job for a slide show, my new favorite is irFanView. While it is a FREE photo editor, I use it mainly for its slide show feature. Just … Continue reading

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Mouse Tricks

Tip #1 – One of the things which bugs me with many sites is that you may have to do lots of scrolling to read the text. If you just scroll with your mouse scroll wheel it may only move … Continue reading

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Buying a New Camera? Pixels Don’t Count

Since I’m in the market for a new camera, an article in the NY Times by David Pogue explains why and how you shouldn’t buy a camera strictly on the mega-pixel count. His research showed that when printing and enlarging … Continue reading

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Getting Computer Help via ShowMeWhatsWrong.com

Trying to describe what you’re seeing on a computer screen can be maddening as you verbally try to describe what you see on the screen. ShowMeWhatsWrong gives you a fairly easy way to capture a short video of your screen … Continue reading

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How to Move a DVD to YouTube – the basics

As usual there’s more than one way to do what we want to do – here are two options. Note – this will only work for non-copy protected content. 1. Here’s the free and cheap method. Move the DVD to … Continue reading

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Free Web Site

Another player on the FREE website scene has emerged. Its name is Weebly. It’s similar to WordPress.com and Blogger.com and has most of the same features. It’s a bit more intrusive at pushing its Pro Accounts features, which cost you … Continue reading

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