Mr. Leo Laporte has mentioned me several times on his Radio Show "The Tech Guy" hosted by KFI AM 640. Several of the show notes are listed below. Thank you much Leo! January 3, 2004: January 31, 2004: February 22, 2004: May 30, 2004: In other news, I am working hard on getting my Windows XP information pages updated to reflect the (many) changes in Service Pack 2. They will be posted when I finish. Mr. Leo Laporte has mentioned me several times on his Radio Show "The Tech Guy" [Continue Reading]
I did not make my deadline mainly because I wish to catch up on my massive backlog of E-Mail before I post any new content. I still have just over 600 E-Mails waiting to be read. If I do not get back to you, I hope you understand that I cannot answer personal technical support questions. (READ WHY)
I have made minor adjustments to several Windows XP information pages. Very soon, hopefully this weekend, I will post my Windows XP Service Pack 2 findings relating to services. With around 80 pages of printed text to edit, I may not make my self imposed deadline, but I will try my best.
With regards to World of Warcraft Beta, I modified a few UI files to make my life (and maybe yours) a bit easier. The changes include: Quest log is instant and shows level numbers Target tool tip moved from the bottom right to top middle of screen Mods that were taken partially from Cosmos: Party HP/Mana/Rage/Energy show always as text Party Buffs (16)/Debuffs (8) always show And something I conjured up myself (the code was always there, just not used): The HP status display bar fades nicely from Green -> [Continue Reading]
Why can’t I access/check my Hotmail or Yahoo account using my DSL connection? This particular issue came about due to a family member that was unable to check their HTTP E-Mail accounts after a new installation of SBC DSL either by accessing it via a browser or Outlook Express. After over two hours of banging my head against the monitor, I figured out the solution.
This particular issue came about due to a family member that was unable to check their HTTP E-Mail accounts after a new installation of SBC DSL either by accessing it via a browser or Outlook Express. After over two hours of banging my head against the monitor, I figured out the solution: The "normal" way many DSL providers offer their service is using what is called "PPPoE" or Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet. Under normal circumstances, this is fine. However, it can cause issues such as this one. The [Continue Reading]
Today, Black Viper and Flipper McQuack will be joined together in marriage. With over 5 years of being together already under our belt, I would like nothing more than to spend the rest of my life with her.
Four letters and a numeral: “Doom 3.” Enough said. 🙂
A change in the way I publish information (pass and present) on the domain is coming. A new (but very old) philosophy is in my head and I hope to follow through with it. However, due to my “knee-jerking” behavior in the past, I am going to wait 48 hours to ensure that I am doing “the right thing” until it is “active.”