One of my favorite features of Weblogs.us is the ability to use your own domain name. No extra fees, no forced advertising, just the free ability to use a domain name of your choosing Here is an updated guide that shows the process of setting up blog to use your down domain: Status » Archive » Using your own Domain Name with Weblogs.ushttp://status.weblogs.us/archives/240NOTE: Thank you to Kate at KateReads.com for submitting this updated domain name setup FAQ entry to
Interesting snippet about a recent documentary highlighting Branson performers: Filmmakers AJ Schnack, David Wilson and Nathan Truesdell let us see what’s behind the curtain of all those music shows in a small Ozark town famed for its wholesome image and apple pie performances. [...] a chance to get to know the families, the performers, the drama and the reality when the glittering costumes come off. The subjects, including the Presley and Lennon families, are open about their lives on stage
Pretty cool article over at CNET: This is only available for Spreadsheets, but it’s one of the neater advanced tidbits that makes use of Internet connectivity. Using two special formulas, users can create cells that will update constantly with data or information gleaned from Web searches or Google’s finance service. This works for things such as stock symbols, sports statistics, or any other piece of information you want to source and keep up to date automatically. Spreadsheets users can have
Today was the first time I encountered the term ‘boundless informant’ and now more information is becoming available about the intelligence monitoring project: Boundless Informant: the NSA’s secret tool to track global surveillance datahttp://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/08/nsa-boundless-informant-global-dataminingThe National Security Agency has developed a powerful tool for recording and analysing where its intelligence comes from, raising questions about its repeated assurances to Congress that it cannot keep track of all the surveillance it performs on American communications. Boundless Informanthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boundless_InformantBoundless Informant is a big data
When I tried N2A (Nook to Android) I had pretty good luck with a 64GB Class 10 Sandisk card: N2A cards 64GB Nook HD+ Android reviewhttp://www.jdhodges.com/blog/n2acards-64gb-nook-hd-android-review/Santa brought a shiny Nook HD+ for Christmas this year. I immediately started hacking/enhancing this delightful gift by utilizing N2A’s Nook to Android 64GB Android Jelly Bean conversion… However, it seems that N2A no longer supports 64GB cards N2A Cards | Why do you no longer offer 64GB N2Ahttp://desk.n2acards.com/customer/portal/articles/1051674-why-do-you-no-longer-offer-64gb-n2a-preconfigured-cards-or-instant-downloads-The answer is very simple; the cards did
The small form factor (SFF) product category is really heating up! Apple pioneered the mass market consumer small computer arena with the original G4 based Mac Mini way back in 2005. Recently Intel took it a step further with their Next Unit of Computing (NUC), releasing a machine considerably smaller than the Mac Mini: 31.3 cubic inches vs. 85.5 cubic inches… yet it still packs significant computing power. This is becoming less of a niche market and much more mainstream.
AdWords advertisers have received a nice little perk in their inboxes this morning Here’s some play time: $5 Google Play credit And the corresponding redemption process is quick and effective: Kudos to Google for a nice gesture to their AdWords advertisers
Here is the complete Intel NUC lineup including their new i5 and i7 models! If you need more details click the images for access to larger versions… Intel is really releasing some nicely upgraded models, however, I still hope Haswell NUCs arrive sooner rather than later! [to be updated as more models are released]