@brycenz Bryce Ewing
Having #Mixero issues? www.mixero.com dns resolves, mixero.com doesnt, put “22.214.171.124 mixero.com” in /etc/hosts file to fix
Mixero is my current Twitter and Facebook client of choice, thanks to its great stream filtering capabilities and it being Adobe Air based, so it runs everywhere.
My problem starting in were initialy solved by the tweet above, […]
With email dominating a good part of our communication, mailbox management is an ever growing issue. This is primarily intended for people who access their email from at least two different email clients (webmail counts as one) and people who share a mailbox with others.
I want access to my email via webmail and offline acceess […]
Last Friday, October 22nd, 2010, HTC Hellas hosted the first presentation of its recent lineup of Windows Phone 7 and Android moblies in Greece, in the form of the 9th Techblog Workshop. We were welcomed warmly in a very hospitable environment. No less than four of HTC Hellas’ staff and management team were there […]
This client’s PC running Windows XP kept refusing to install the latest Java Runtime Environment. It seems such a problem is not that rare…
To cut a long story short, I came across this RAC_Reaper‘s post Re: Error 1330 (Invalid digital signature in data1.cab) installing 1.6.0_11, where he states:
“… I believe a regsvr32 initpki.dll is all […]
Have you ever found yourselves in a situation with Firefox for Windows where you keep getting the message “Restart Firefox to complete your changes”, even after a restart? It happens if Windows has Offline Files enabled, the Firefox profile resides in an offline folder and you have installed or updated an add-on sensitive to the […]
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 […]
Does your Microsoft Outlook crash lately? A client of mine’s kept crashing for the better part of two consecutive mornings.
To cut a long story short, each time he tried to switch the keyboard to EL (Greek), it would hung with no exception. Several times it even crashed by itself while (re)starting. Repairing the .pst file […]
Apart from its own Ice Tea tech blog, Dipot.com also displays two external feeds relating to Optimization and Standards. I needed to optimize the post titles of these two feeds by getting rid of their long suffixes, both for better looks and for more content within the same space.
The feeds were served by the standard […]