Well I’m not sure if it’s definitive but it has most everything that you’ll probably need. The first table is just the most common shortcuts that I use and the 2nd is the complete list. If you want to add to this list I’ve set up a Google spreadsheet. Command Outlook 2011 Go to Mail [...]
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The inspiration for many of my side projects is my wife asking me “why can’t I…” In this case, it was “why can’t I listen to our music library on TV.” So I decided to make SubsonicTV which lets you stream your personal music & video library to the Roku. This little black box allows you [...]
Use the automated SQL generator above to update your WordPress site to a new URL address. Of course you’ve already checked out the tutorial from WordPress and know how to use MySQL. Enjoy!
I was dreading moving from my vanilla AT&T DSL service to AT&T Uverse. From all the posts about the limitations and issues of Uverse, I was concerned that my home network wouldn’t work or that I would have to recreate it. Good news, I was able to keep my fairly complex home network configuration completely intact. [...]
Wireless Distribution System (WDS) allows a wireless network to be expanded using multiple access points without the need for a wired backbone to link them, as is traditionally required (Wikipedia). This how to is specific to Asus RT-N16 and Linksys Linksys WRT54G/GS/GL setup using Tomato firmware. Some basics before we get to the instructions: Assumes you [...]
I use the default Windows Notepad all the time: during meetings, phone conversations, random thoughts, copy/paste in plain text. It’s one of the best MS apps because it does one thing well and it’s fast. So why replace it? Well after using notepad++ and gedit for technical work, I really like the tab concept. So [...]