Facebook’s security settings and terms of service leave a lot to be desired. Changes that happen every now and then are difficult to follow and certainly not always for the better for users concerned about their privacy. On top of that, what apps are supposed to do and don’t do and how these […]
It is all over the news, but it’s not that new. Microsoft has just legitimized openoffice.org as an opponent office suite… Actually, Microsoft has been answering about Office vs. OpenOffice.org for quite a long time now.
Googling for “office vs. openoffice site:microsoft.com” (without the quotes) just returned “About 2,460 results” in the […]
TIP: Thunderbird – Temporarily Switch Composing Between Plain Text/HTML
In order to temporarily switch your composing format for a message, hold the [SHIFT] key while clicking the “Write” (Compose) button.
If your default format is Plain Text, the message format will be in HTML format. If your […]
Starting fresh with Windows Phone 7 was a bold decision on behalf of Microsoft. Whether it will be a successful one remains to be seen. Being an old Windows CE, Pocket PC and Windows Mobile user about to buy a new phone, I have been waiting for WP7’s release eagerly.
I have been […]
I am a long time user of Windows CE, Pocket PC and lately Windows Mobile devices. I am no fan of Microsoft’s. However, I have always thought their mobile OS, although not always the best and, certainly not open, it was a step in the right direction with decent devices and plenty of software.
It’s time […]
Twitter has never been my favorite, especially compared to FriendFeed, but I can’t overlook the valuable community built around it. Lists have just made it much better, but there’s still no decent way to manage them that I know of and they come with limitations of their own.
Twitter: You are unable to follow more […]