If corporations are people, shouldn't we be able to jail them for being criminals? . . . And, are you telling me we STILL have no federal laws regarding the crap that this guy went through over twenty years ago? I'm talking about internet companies who: Auto-renew a product or service without confirming ... Read more »
As of April, 2017, this works perfectly. These types of tools tend to disappear as Facebook changes its algorithms, but for now it is fast, free, and effective. You see a funny cat video on Facebook that you want to save in your archive. Here's what to do: Right-click it ... Read more »
I'm making a family photo archive, so I wanted to download 50 photos from a relative's Facebook photo album. I didn't want to download them one by one, so I did some research... It turns out there are a lot of "album downloaders" out there that are obsolete and don't ... Read more »
Continuing the saga of the worst product roll-out in history... I'm writing this on March 28, 2017 I have a checking account. I want to review every transaction from the beginning to the end. So, I go to Transactions > Chart of Accounts > and choose the account I want. In the ... Read more »
There should be a chapter in the DSM for data loss disorders, if there isn't one already. I doubt there's a single person who has used computers who hasn't been genuinely, painfully, permanently traumatized by the loss of a file, a phone, an email, a folder, or an entire hard ... Read more »
"My Notes Keeper": the best, most useful, most reliable piece of software ever written in the history of the universe?
Yes, it is. With my very first blog post I will sing the praises of my all-time favorite piece of software: a little shareware program called "My Notes Keeper." It's made in China. It costs $29. It only works on Windows. And it was THE reason I came back to ... Read more »
In this post, I will try to describe the worst experience I have ever had with any software ever. But I have to work on taxes, so the saga will have to wait. ... Read more »