Category Archive: Software

Feb 24

New InfiniteWP feature!

With the new update in Infinitewp (Full review coming soon) now it asks you “Are you sure?” when you click update. It may do it other places and I haven’t found them yet.

Oct 07

Crashplan

Crashplan is a program that offers many features. Crashplan comes in free and paid versions. The free version lets you backup to local media, such as a folder, another hard drive, or another computer on your network. You can also backup to a friends computer. The paid or plus addition lets you backup to the cloud, set …

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Sep 17

Dropbox: Still my favorite

I have been using Dropbox for a while now and even though other companies have introducted their own versions. I continue to use dropbox. Now I haven’t purchased a Dropbox plan yet, I’m happy with the 8.4GB I got from completing stuff and referring people to them. If I do run out of space I might consider to upgrade my dropbox …

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Sep 01

How to Capture Packets with Wireshark

Show Notes: “Wireshark is a very powerful and popular network analyzer for Windows, Mac Linux- a tool that is used to inspect data passing through a network interface, be it your Ethernet LAN or even Wireless radio. These series of data are considered Frames, of which include “packets”. Wireshark has the ability to capture all …

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Jul 22

Microsoft Office 2013 Preview is here

[notice]Webcast Video Below Is On AutoPlay[/notice] Just a few days ago microsoft release the Office 365 Home Premium Preview. When you signup for it you can install the office package on 5 machines. If you don’t want the Office 365 you can get the programs separately. Now my first impressions of the new office are …

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Jul 19

Cinemagraphs: Almost like animated GIFs but a little different

If you haven’t seen them you should. They are called Cinemagraphs. They are almost like animated GIFs, well they are GIFs but in normal animated GIFs you have  a series of photos. These are made form video files. The main difference is that usually in animated GIFs the entire photos or objects move. Well in Cinemagraphs only …

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Feb 14

Make A Complete Website From Scratch – Part 4:Servers

Make A Complete Website From Scratch – Part 4:Servers Before we can continue with PHP and MySQL, we first have to set up our own server. This video shows you the steps you need to take in order to host your own website from your own computer. Links used in the video: http://www.wampserver.com http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2008/09/how-to-install-or-upgrade-lamp-apache-mysql-and-php-stack-on-linux-using-yum http://www.mamp.info/en/index.html …

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Feb 14

Make A Complete Website From Scratch – Part 2: CSS

This is the second of a five part series showing you how to make a complete database driven website from scratch using only a Text editor. This episode covers the basics of CSS and how to use CSS to enhance and simplify the layout of multiple webpages. You can find more information CSS and the …

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Feb 13

Tinkernut – Make A Complete Website From Scratch

Tinkernut (Daniel Davis) is doing a video series on how to make a website from scratch. Tinkernuts videos are very well made easy to follow and understand. The series can be found on his website or his youtube channel. I will also be posting the videos on here.   Make A Complete Website From Scratch …

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Feb 11

Update All Your Apps At Once – HakTip

I think its weird how they have a program to update other programs. But hey it works and it will make some things easier.

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