July 7, 2008
I just got finished tinkering with a free program called Clipdiary I saw in Smart Computing (July 2008, Vol. 19, Iss.7, Pg. 26). It’s basically an “extension”, if you call it that, to the Windows clipboard. What’s so special about it? Well, it remembers everything you “RC & S” (Right-Click & Save) into a little .sql file on your PC. Once you install it, you can press Ctrl+D to open and close it. I find it handy if you’re doing things like uploading videos and/or images on multiple sites.
Here’s a bad video of me messing with it.
May 11, 2008
So, SP3 for Windows XP came out last week. I must say, the pc I’m on does seem to be a little faster. Keyword: little. Oh! Well, there is this one tiny fuck up that I noticed.
Look at the image below:
If you can’t see, on Yahoo Messenger, I use Arial Black, regular, size 10. For some damn reason, it displays it in italic or bold-italic. I thought I was the only one with this problem untill i Googled “arial black in sp3” and saw the first item.
I’m not the only one! I demand some answers, damn it!
April 30, 2008
Would it be possible for the makers of Firefox to somewhat make an actual operating system (OS)?
Like, it would come with the Firefox browser, of course.
I can see the Windows Explorer or Finder/Spotlight file browser almost similar to XYplorer (great program for you Windows users) with a tabbed file browser almost like Firefox.
I guess my question is: if this is possible, would it be better than XP/Vista and any Mac OS?