His wife left a note for him to prepare dinner that evening:
“Shepherd’s Pie needs to be taken out of the fridge and placed in the oven at 140 degrees.”
In today’s printed issue of USA Today (Section D – Life / Destinations & Diversions) is an article entitled “15 Unforgettable Summer Vacations.” The cover page has a gorgeous photo of the Cedar Street Bridge Shopping Mall that crosses Sand Creek in Sandpoint, Idaho. I spent the bulk of my adolescent years in this small …View full post
Right now there’s no easy way to sync your office documents back and forth to Google Docs (uh, hello Google?!), but if you’re comfortable at the command line, developer site Webmonkey details how to automatically back up your files to Google Docs using a Python script. The universal Google data backup and sync app is a long time in coming—someone build it, please!
View full post
No matter how clear you write it, some folks just can’t grasp that you’ll be out of the office for a certain period.
The Outlook development team’s blog explains how you can insert a miniature, HTML-formatted calendar into your auto-replies. You basically email yourself an Outlook-formatted, date-selected calendar, copy it from that email, and then paste it into an Out of Office message. You could also likely paste that same calendar into any email service that supports HTML signatures, and if you give that a shot—or find another way of creating mini-format calendars—let us know in the comments.
View full post
The Performancing Extension for Firefox is a blog editor which operates directly within the browser. Some of it’s primary features are: Works with all major blog software Easy WYSIWYG Editing Trackback, Technorati and Del.icio.us support I think I’ll test drive it for a while because it looks like just the ticket for my Wordplace Blog …View full post