Monthly Archives: January 2012

YouTube Video Settings

I was uploading a video to YouTube and got a message that my video might have video/audio sync problems. At the link below it said, “MOV/MP4 files exported from programs such as iMovie, Final Cut Pro, and QuickTime Pro have … Continue reading

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Reading a Kindle ebook on a Computer

I recently was looking for a book on Amazon and was amazed that it was only available in Kindle format. Since it only cost $3.59 I thought I’d give it a try. You first have to download the app. reading

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Cool Clock – Alarm Clock for Chrome

Veronica Belmont recently recommended an alarm clock program, but which you need to install on your computer. I did a little searching an found an extension I can add to Chrome which seems to offer the same basic functionality. It’s called Cool Clock2.1 … Continue reading

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Printing Trick with Google Chrome

What is baffling is that sometimes when I print, Ctrl P, Chrome hides a secondary popup screen underneath my main screen. I only know it’s there because I see a secondary Print- Google Chrome message on my Taskbar. That the … Continue reading

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Moving from AT&T U-verse to Charter and Magic Jack

I’ve got a friend who is paying $88/month to AT&T U-verse for slow internet and phone service. He wanted to reduce his bill and so we tried this solution. Charter has a new $20/month internet promotion, so we called and … Continue reading

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Making Your Own Coloring Books

One of the interestings things you can do in Photoshop is create your own coloring book for your kids or grand-kids. This is a picture I took and turned it into a coloring page. Here’s how the process works. After opening … Continue reading

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Hiding the Taskbar

  While I normally don’t care if the Taskbar at the bottom of the screen is showing, sometimes it’s a bit of a distraction. I was watching a Hulu video and even in Full Screen mode, the Taskbar would always … Continue reading

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