Part 1 of my look at Burst as a possible alternative to low-paying Adsense Ads – the background, and getting started.
Epson’s Photo R220 and an overview when it comes to installing on an XP machine, and a Mac.
Solving the shutdown and sleep freeze issues on a hackintosh running 10.4.7.
I grabbed my first ever USB hub – the i-rocks IR-4300 and gave it a whirl. Pictures, specs, and instructions are included.
One possible solution if Vista refuses to stay asleep.
Installing the ML-1210 on Vista, and over a network is a painful combination. I managed to do it, but it took a lot of trial and error. You’ll see why.
Vista didn’t launch with drivers for all built-in items, and one of them was the 3C940 network controller. This is how I got it going.
The b0 error has plagued a number of hackintosh users (including me), so I’ve listed a common fix.
Firefox likes to store it’s data buried within a hard-to-find directory. I mention it here along with the destination directory you’ll need if doing a Windows-to-Linux transition.
Not *quite* a rant about printers and ink, but feel free to convert it into your own rant.
A few basic tips beyond the “conventional” wisdom when it comes to improving fuel economy. I assume you’ve done the basic stuff, and suggest a few unconventional items that may be worth a try.
A little story about the “why” of my journey from XP to Vista to Linux.
The process for removing a timing belt from an 89-91 Sprint/Metro/Firefly, since I’ve done this about a dozen times.
A full process with pictures. This might mirror the process for other rear wheel bearings too, if you’re interested.
A look at Logitech’s headset, and some problems I ran into 2-days in.
I hate bars showing up while I’m watching a video. Unfortunately, Windows media player got “stuck” and I needed to manually disable them via the instructions listed here.
How to get the broken key out of the ignition by removing the lock assembly. Burglars: Please don’t read.
A review of the Energizer Battery Cooker. I mean… Battery Charger. No wait, I was right the first time.
Working through the security policies of Windows Server 2003 to do some simple file and printer sharing.
Some crown corporations are awful and wasteful. MPI has actually been pretty decent lately.