More and more of my writing happens in the browser, with much of the text being inputed into forms. Whether it is typing articles for my blogs or commenting in others or doing most anything else. While some online applications have spell check built in, most doesn’t. That’s where a browser plug-in for spell checking…… Continue reading Spell check for your browser
Yet another huge exploit in Internet Explorer discovered and published by Secunia The scary part? The exploit can easily allow any site you visit to create windows folders and files on your computer, and thereby destroy your windows installation, turn your machine into a spam zombie, turn your machine into remote storage for illegal material…… Continue reading How to fix Internet Explorer security holes
Its a good question, that I will try to find the answer for. The problem isn’t only limited to network printing, it also involves slower access to network shares, programs running slower when checking documents on network shares etc. The solution to the slow network printing is however quite simple. I would love to know…… Continue reading Why is network printing slow in Windows XP SP2?
Ecto is a pretty cool new tool for MovableType, Blogger, Typepad and Windows users (Uses XML-RPC so it should be possible to use it with any blog system utilizing XML-RPC), at the moment it is in pre 1.0 beta, and this is my first post with it. Will probably report more about features and possibilites.…… Continue reading Windows client for MovableType and more
Some of you might have noticed that theres a project going on to replace todays RSS formats with a format everyone can agree upon. Yesterday Clay Shirky wrote a nice piece called “RSS, Echo, Wikis, and Personality Wars” where he talks about how Sam Ruby has moved the format process away from egos (Need we…… Continue reading How the use of a Wiki is influencing the Echo process
This is a nifty little tool, made in Flash, allowing you to browse your installed fonts: STC fontBrowser [Via Quasimondo]
This is great news. Although the patent has only expired in the US due to the 20 year rule, it will most certainly make it possible for Open Source products to start supporting GIF again without having to pay blood money to the patent holder. Among the products that have already received patches are GD…… Continue reading Expired LZW patent sets GIF free in applications
A cool Flash site for the soon-to-be-released Futurama Game (PS 2 and XBox) Futurama the game Nice looking site, but having to wait forever (on 4 Mbit/s) everytime I make click a link is not fun. Not sure if its the site that has maxed out its bandwidth, or just poor design/programming.
Install Spamnix, this anti-spam tool comes as a free trial and doesn’t cost much to buyMake sure that images in spam e-mails are never shown, most of them are linked with information about who you are – if you open them, they will give you away and verify your e-mail address. You can fix this…… Continue reading A few good tips on how to battle spam with Eudora
Eudora has always been my favorite mail application. It (almost) supports standard mailbox format (one mailbox = one file) so its easy to port mail from one platform to another, if configured right its virtually bulletproof against viruses, and it just works. My one gripe with it is that its only available for Windows and…… Continue reading Spamnix for Eudora evolving