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What Have I Done for You Lately?
- Java Applet Failure in Accellion Product
- Archiving in the Land of On-Line Archives with Outlook
- Private Meetings Not So Private?
- Make Minute Adjustments in Your Mac’s ScreenSaver Time
- What Can You Do with an off-the-Shelf Android Phone?
- What Happened to the Propagation of Dates in Project?
- More for Copying Drives or Partitions
- Create a New OU with ADManager
- Undelay Typing in Office 2013
- Oh, My Darling! Musica!
- JamesIsIn on Nevermore Be Bothered by Desktop.ini
- Denis Howe on Nevermore Be Bothered by Desktop.ini
- JamesIsIn on Keyboard input ignored for c, h, t, and v keys in specific applications only
- Peter Rush on Keyboard input ignored for c, h, t, and v keys in specific applications only
- JamesIsIn on Office 2013 Confirms Aesthetic Paralysis
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Category Archives: Blech
If you have been following my adventures, you know that I have ripped my entire CD collection (some 14,000 songs) to flac files and have those stored on an Ubuntu machine. (Read the starting article here.) I have thus far … Continue reading
I try to keep my expectations very minimal. In a world of largess this works out pretty well. It also gives me good cause when things defy my expectations. Since my expectations are by design on the low-end of the … Continue reading