Amazon.com makes it a bit difficult to use the e-commerce company’s donation service, AmazonSmile (or Amazon Smile) that gives 0.5 percent of shoppers’ purchases’ value to charity. My bookmark fixes the problem.
In the much mask era of the new coronavirus, we’re all getting crafty to protect ourselves against the spread of COVID-19. My how to guide to making a mask involves no sewing and requires simple and cheap materials. It’s not an N-95 defender, but it might help with droplets.
A guide to using a URL to create a new Google Doc in a specific folder in Google Drive.
Wading through today’s media universe, you may think there’s no way for your content to stand out. Worry not. The 7R media strategy will put an end to the cruel reign of the cat GIF.
WordPress fails to give you a quick link to your draft posts out of the box. My plugin fixes that.
Just like you get your body into a certain position to make meditation more effective, so too can you position your thoughts to move more easily into the Zen zone. Here are 13 statements that help me.
I often make HTML files that I drag directly into Adobe Acrobat in order to convert them to PDFs. The program inserted a very annoying footer each time that showed the location of the file on my hard drive. Something like “file:hardrive/folderfolder/etc/etc.lah…”. I could delete it manually, but never was there an option in the… Continue reading Prevent automatic footer insertion with Adobe Acrobat HTML to PDF conversion
In Brad Pitt’s movie about speedy zombies, Israel’s spy agency uses an information analysis technique that can help all of us find better solutions.
I’ve been repeatedly visiting the Google play store to see if the 16gb Nexus 4 is available. All that heavy clicking got very tiring. After fruitlessly searching for a way to take scheduled screenshots of the page that would automatically upload to a page on this site (Page Crescent Page Saver was the best option… Continue reading Tracking Google Nexus 4 availability