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Learn Spanish Online with the BBC

January 28, 2011


Who needs a Spanish class when you have the web?

Get 1 gig of Dropbox space – FREE

January 19, 2011


Complete a series of puzzles can increase your storage.

Is your password “password”?

January 5, 2011


I've told this story before, but I've worked at a Fortune 500 company whose default password for their computer systems was "password". How can you change that?

Google Voice invites for students

May 18, 2010


I am a huge fan of Google Voice. But it is still in beta and you need an invite to get in. Now, if you have an email address ending in .edu, you can get a priority invitation. Lucky me, I do have one. I submitted my address and got an invite in less than […]

WordPress blogs hosted on GoDaddy Hacked

April 27, 2010


This blog is hosted on, but I do have a self-hosted WordPress page. So I was horrified when I got this tweet this morning. For either the second or third time, WordPress blogs have been hit with malicious code. Today’s security issue comes from an attack that causes users who find your blog on […]

Want to take notes on the iPad? Here are Apps to look at, avoid

April 12, 2010


I do not want to tell you about how much I have spend on iPad apps in the last 10 days. Mostly, it is because I want to move as many functions to my iPad from my MacBook Pro. The goal: I want to make the iPad replace my M-Pro for most functions. One thing […]

5 things I do on my iPad

April 9, 2010


Here are the Apps and web Apps/Services that I use the most after my first week on the iPad: 1. Evernote: I am typing this in Evernote right now. I have a feeling that this will be my default text editor. I don’t have Pages. For some reason, Simplenote can not type on my Wireless […]