Archive for June, 2010

More on BP Oil Leak Cleanup

Kevin Costner  says he has the solution that will save the Gulf of Mexico from BP’s ruinous oil catastrophe. He’s not kidding. Watch him talk about this machine that, according to him, extracts 97% of oil from the water. Costner has been funding this project for 15 years (and invested at least 20 million dollars!), […]

More on Cloud Storage, Backup, Synchronization and Sharing Using Dropbox, Livesync and now Office Live.

I have written previously about cloud storage and backup solutions and how to use those to synchronize data between your many systems at different locations on differing platforms. Most cloud storage and synchronization services can synchronize between differing operating systems too! You can share and access files from Windows, OS X, Linux and even Smartphones. […]

Speed Up Windows 7 with ReadyBoost and Removable Drives

When your PC and especially a netbook goes low on memory (RAM), it is bound to slow down. It does try to get that extra memory from the hard disk, but that hardly enhances the overall performance. Most netbooks ship with 1Gb of Ram, and many older netbooks shipped with even less.  Even if you […]

Windows Live Writer WordPress 500 Internal Server Error

This problem cropped up and recently and really got me pissed. I absolutely LOVE Windows Live Writer. If you post often to sites or blogs this is probably the best tool I’ve found for easy posting, short of a full fledged website/content management application or system [Dreamweaver, SharePoint or the like]. I will post much […]

Real Credit Score Answers

Identity theft is all over the TV adds, and internet these days. Making it seem as if everyone will be a victim whereby they lose all their money and have their credit completely ruined. Truth is this will probably NOT happen to the vast majority of people EVER! Heck, my own brother had his messed […]

Another Adobe Security Failure

With recent reports showing that Adobe Flash combined with Acrobat are the largest vectors for malicious software in the last year this news is not good. PDF attacks alone actually accounted for 49% of all web based security issues last year! Adobe’s reporting a flaw in some (read just about all!) versions of Flash and […]