I use Evernote mostly for management of notes across multiple computers and so if my laptop ever crashes again I don’t have to sweat losing all of the notes I have taken. A friend that also uses Evernote was asking about file attachment which I had not used before so I looked into how to do it. Below is information on how to attach files to the Windows desktop premium Evernote edition.
When embedding a linked image into an HTML page it will have a blue border by default which can be helpful at times to see that the image is linked to a URL however most of the time it looks ugly. Use the information below to remove this border completely. The border may show purple if you have visited the URL before however if you have not it will show blue.
The question has come up numerous times about how long Kodak’s www.kodakgallery.com website will store your digital images online. The answer is in the terms and conditions and was changed near the beginning of the year in March. Below is what the policy is as of March of 2009.
Kodak (www.kodakgallery.com) Storage Policy:
I haven’t configured a dial up modem in quite awhile so I forgot a number of the tips and tricks that I used to use back in the good ole modem shotgun days, etc. I was working to get a dial up connection working properly through an SPA-2000 over a VoIP connection. In doing so I was thinking that the modem was actually dialing out to quickly and it might help the situation if I added a delay before the modem actually dialed out. Below I describe how to add a delay to a dial up networking connection on Windows XP.
I have been asked the question numerous times of what PTS and TTY mean in Linux regarding terminals. People ask because they may be newer to Linux and learning how to view a process list they may actually see a serial connection, SSH connection, or a telnet connection in the process list that might show something like pts/0, pts/2, tty1, or tty2 in the TTY column. Most processes will just have a question mark in this column but if something is connected to an actual terminal then it will list where it is connected in the TTY column of “ps”.