I just found a really cool website while I was trying to figure out why my middle mouse click is not opening hyperlinks in a new tab. I’ve got to get back to solving that problem, but I absolutely can not forget to make quick comment about what I found, so I further investigate it myself.… Read more
If you have been using StartPage as your primary, private/ privacy search engine, then you may have noticed the Instant Answers feature as you’ve been searching but might not have even realized it.
Not unlike what Google offers, StartPage Instant Answers is available on their privacy promoting platform.… Read more
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Let this text be the answer you’ve awaited. Relax, for this people search begs to expedite this minutia of people processing. All that is not in momentum for the betterment of greater goals, I wish to identify, understand, assess, and execute solutions, congruent with your mission statement, the general morale, the company pride, honoring the people who make up what I presume is a hard-working, motivated, educated team.… Read more
If you’re not aware of the service, I recommend the following for transfer of large digital media. It ask you no questions; It tell you no lies.
It only wants from you 2 key bits of potentially identifiable data:
- A legitimate e-mail address for the desired recipient(s) of the file(s)
- the so-called Your E-Mail Address (for purposes of recipient understanding the origin of the files)
Though it is, for lack of a better term, somewhat the pain-in-the-ass when it comes to writing Regular Expressions, Florian’s Notepad2, based on Scintilla, is the text editor I use more than any other, as it simply launches almost immediately (i.e.… Read more
It’s not that I necessarily yet enjoy the arguably crass humor of Seth MacFarlane’s animated sit-com “The Family Guy”, but rather that I appreciate the occasional learning which takes place in the context thereof. The same is true of MacFarlane’s “American Dad”, though it appeals more to my political sensibility than the former.… Read more
I authored the following text in review of yet another webkit-based web browser, ChromePlus, as featured by the software repository, freewarefiles.com. Featured there amongst the hot or latest updates software releases, it quickly caught my eye, as it is rather a Google Chrome clone, apparently distributed with a pre-installed set of features otherwise available as options, or unavailable in Google’s archetype.… Read more
D’ya ever have one of those web sites– your own site, of course– which you forget about, which every so often you recall only for an Awesome Bar pop-up, or the URL auto-completion pop-up in your web browser, or any means of stumbling-upon-things easily forgotten, which– upon investigation– is revealed to be a veritable embarrassment (if not provoking of a genuine, Homer Simpson-esque “Doh!”… Read more
O/S: Microsoft Windows™, Linux [most] distributions, Mac, and others
Experience: Beginner – Advanced; Everyone
Note: In this context, a “beginner” is any User who is new to Web Design / Web Development, and software commonly used in the practice thereof.