Monthly Archives: April 2014

How to Post YouTube Videos Longer Than 15 Minutes

By default, YouTube only allows 15 minute video uploads. If you want to upload longer videos, you just need to verify your account with a phone. Here’s the page with the written process – click here. Here’s the video below … Continue reading

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Creating a Movie Using a Picture and MP3

I have a friend who wanted to know how to make a YouTube movie using just a picture and a mp3 audio file. Here’s one fairly simple way to do it with Windows MovieMaker. Open up MovieMaker – it’s a … Continue reading

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Convert M3U to MP3 Files

M3U files are simple text files which point back to a website and the actual location of the MP3 file. Here’s how to get the MP3 file. Open Notepad or something smillar. From Notepad open the M3U file. You will … Continue reading

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LastPass Tutorial

LastPass is the program I use and recommend for people to handle their passwords. ┬áIt’s a bit complicated, but worth the effort once you get it set up. Here’s the link for the User Manual – 224 pages. Leo LaPorte … Continue reading

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Heartbleed and Steve’s Thoughts

As the media ramps up the hype on the new Heartbleed vulernability, Steve Gibson did a great Security Now Podcast #450, explaining the real issues. Here’s my take on what he said. There is no indication that the bad guys … Continue reading

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Viewing Speaker Notes When Presenting

Usually in PowerPoint what the audience sees, is what the speaker sees also. There is a way however for the speaker to view his notes, while the audience is looking a the pretty picture on the screen. Here’s how to … Continue reading

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Skype Phone Adventures

I’ve been looking for another inexpensive way to make phone calls as I close in on my 1000 minute plan. I believe I pay an extra 20 cents a minute for overages, so it can be expensive. I’ve decided to … Continue reading

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