There was a very handy button in Word 2003 that you could click to reduce the size of your document by one page. more
Startup's Gizmo Brews Ethanol at Home
A new company hopes drivers will kick the oil habit by brewing ethanol at home that won’t spike food prices. more
Fake MP3 attack hits 360,000 PCs
Attackers are using fake MP3 files to launch one of the largest malware attacks in recent years, experts warned today. more
US State Department loses a lot of laptops
It has surfaced that the US State Department can’t account for up to about 1,000 laptops, perhaps as many as 400 of which belonged to the department’s Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program. more
Purdue builds own supercomputer — on Monday morning
Technicians at Purdue University wanted to assemble their own supercomputer, and they had some high expectations. Apparently, they could have set them even higher. more
Virtual Memory Low–What to Do?
What should you do when you get that vexing message that your computer’s virtual memory is low? more
XP SP3 crashes some AMD machines
The long-awaited and much-delayed update to Windows XP, Service Pack 3, is giving owners of machines with AMD hardware headaches aplenty it seems. more
Interesting Observation About Covert versus Overt Ops
A 90 second video here…
How Little Do Users Read?
On the average Web page, users have time to read at most 28% of the words during an average visit; 20% is more likely. more
Can You Bottom-Line That for Me?
Microsoft Word 2007 includes a strange but handy feature called AutoSummarize. more