In what would be considered a DrudgeReport-type moment, I have received exclusive proof that the election ballots that will be used in the upcoming Nov. 2 election contain flaws that are likely to confuse voters.
• Oct 22, 2004
This is tutorial three (of what now looks like four) showing you how to install and customize a multi-user calendar on your web server/site. In this tutorial I will show you how to edit the CSS files to match the site calendar to your web site more exactly. For installation tips see tutorial 1 (installing) and 2 (adding to your web page).
• Oct 20, 2004
I had a problem.
I have an Airport Network, with an iMac in my kitchen. My main computer, a PowerMac G5, is downstairs. I also have a PowerBook that roams around the house. The printer, a Hewlett Packard Officejet D135, is connected to the G5.
• Oct 14, 2004
A calendar that is editable by multiple users can be a great resource for businesses, churches, clubs or other groups that have a web site. In this tutorial I will show you how to add a free calendar to your web site.
• Oct 6, 2004
Looking for a way to save money online? Aren’t we all? At dealnews.com, you’ll find tons of deals on everything from Quiznos subs to Fredericks of Hollywood. Oh yeah, there’s a bunch of computer deals too!
• Oct 5, 2004
It’s that time again. Renewal time for my .Mac account. Apple has upped the amount of storage space from 100 MB to 250 MB. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to reconfigure your .Mac account to provide more email or iDisk storage space.
• Oct 4, 2004
Atari. Nintendo. Super Nintendo. These were the gaming machines of my youth. These were also the forerunners of todays gaming machines like the Play Station 2, X-Box and GameCube. In this tutorial. I’ll show you how to resurrect these old games on your Mac.
• Oct 3, 2004
Most people, when transferring files from one Mac to another, will set up a network but in todays tutorial I will show you how to quickly and easily transfer files using fiirewire disk mode.
• Oct 2, 2004