From the “oh crap” file, a breach at a payments processing firm may have compromised as many as 10 million credit and debit card accounts from all the major cards after it discovered an intruder had access credit card data in early March.
Global Payments, a company that processes card transactions, confirmed late Friday that […]
One of the most interesting things to come out for smart phones is the interest everyone has in QR codes. I have people asking me about QR codes all the time at work. There’s a great article in [Cleveland.com] about how small business are flocking to the meme. There’s also some great advice from experts […]
Perplex the Windows 7 users in your life by turning their screen updside down or sideway. Simply hold down CTRL ALT and hit the arrow keys on the right hand side of the keyboard. What a great trick huh? Just be sure to put your phone on DND if you’re the IT person or you’ll […]
So this morning I sent off an email to the folks at Speedtest.net after I tried using their site to check my connection speed on my iPad. Here’s the gist of my email.
“This morning I tried to use Speedtest.net on my iPad to check the connection speed of the wifi I’m using on my […]
I bought my Wacom Intuos tablet several years ago and even though it’s one of the dustiest things on my desk, it’s garnered a place in my heart. For editing photos it’s my tool of choice and I really couldn’t do the photo production work I do without it. Wacom has released a new version […]
If you’ve been thinking about getting Photoshop CS5.5 wait. Photoshop CS6 is just around the corner and it’s packed with a ton of new and exciting features. In this video Julieanne Kost gives a walk through of her 6 favorite new features and let me tell you, some of them are pretty awesome. The only […]
What’s in the PRAM?
PRAM in OSX stores user specific system and device settings. The exact settings stored in your computer’s PRAM varies depending on the type of computer as well as the types of devices and drives connected to the computer.
Some information stored in the PRAM includes:
Display and video settings such as […]
After a week of record rain, floodwaters across eastern Australia have forced the ground-dwelling spiders—and at least 13,000 people—to flee their homes, according to Reuters.
The rampant webs blanketing vast stretches of Wagga Wagga are likely “a dispersal mechanism that allows spiders to move out of places where they’d surely be drowned,” […]
QR codes are all the rage and, like blogs, most people don’t understand how or when to properly use them. Here’s a great site dedicated to all the ways people fail when implementing QR codes. Check out WTFQRCODES.COM.
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