I am happy to announce that I have fixed the audio issue in episode 2010-05. Randy’s interview is no longer silent. You can redownload the show here. Show notes are here. Discussion is here.
All right, I’ve had more listeners inform me that the interview section of the podcast is silent. I’ll have to re-edit and re-post. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to do so until I get home from Medina Community Band rehearsal tonight. I might even have to hold off until tomorrow after work. Rest assured, though, […]
I’ve received a couple reports of audio issues with the latest Box Center podcast (2010-05). One listener reported that the audio cut in and out, while another said that the audio disappeared once the interview started. If YOU have experienced audio issues with this episode, please let me know. You can use any of the […]
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Can you guess what I’ve taken a picture of? Here’s a hint – that green thing sticking out of the snow in front of the road is our mailbox. Good thing we own a snow blower. I’d hate to have to shovel all of that snow. I can only imagine how much D.C. and the […]
Gina Trapani, one of the hosts of This Week in Google, founding editor of the website Lifehacker and publisher of Smarterware.org, presents a very simple and effective method of keeping your email inbox organized and empty, no matter how many emails you get.
At least, that’s what the blogosphere says…
For the second time since I started this site, I’ve felt compelled to write my congressmen about what I feel is a very important issue. About two weeks ago, the Supreme Court handed down a decision in the case Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. The case focused on the constitutionality of limiting corporations’ independent […]
It’s the end of January, so it’s time for me to bring my iPhone experiment to a close. Let’s see how I did. For the most part, I found almost everything I needed to work exclusively from my phone. Here’s a list of what I wanted to do and what apps I found to do […]
I picked up this all-in-one for the upstairs office in my house earlier today. Now that I’ve set up my laptop at my desk, the old setup of a wired USB printer won’t work. Also, my old Canon scanner won’t seem to work with Windows 7, either. Fortunately a sale came up at OfficeMax for […]