Question. Hello, I bought a pink MP4 player (iPod nano clone) from a China or Hong Kong seller. The player works but I can’t connect it to my PC or Mac, when I connect it I get a “this USB device has malfunctioned” or “unknown device” in device manager. Please help me so I can load music onto the player! Answer. You may want to try a different USB cable, sometimes the ones that ship out with the player are
Question: What are some good sites for tracking search engine keyword ranking and for suggesting keywords? Answer: Here is a list of keyword suggestion sites and keyword tracker tools, most of them are compiled from a digital point forum thread. WordTracker – http://wordtracker.com/ Digital Point – http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/keywords/ NicheBot – http://nichebot.com/ NicheBot Classic – http://www.nichebotclassic.com/ NicheBot Ranking – http://www.nichebot.com/ranking/ Vurr – http://vurr.com/ Google Adwords – https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal Yahoo Overture – http://inventory.overture.com/d/searchinventory/suggestion/ Good Keywords – http://goodkeywords.com/ Keyword Count – http://www.keywordcount.com/index.php/welcome Keyword Density –
Samantha and I just got back from a wonderful trip to Florida. One of my best friends got married in Key West. I was the best man and Samantha was the photographer. On the trip down we had a great time and it was an absolute blast once we made it to Key West! Even the trip back was great because we visited my cousins in Mississippi. I hope to write more later, and post photos too :-).
John Odom, or jodom as I affectionately refer to him, had his loft featured on the blik blog: Caption: Jodom’s pimpin’ pad Speaking of Jodom’s place, Samantha will be visiting John in STL after Shannon’s bachelorette party this weekend. She’s picking up a hard drive for me and hopefully she, John and Angela will get to chat a bit and maybe grab a tasty bite to eat :-).
The little creek near our house started running again. We put up four ricks of firewood today. I’m helping Samantha build a weaving bench out of red oak. Working on souping up a Dell M4400 to be a killer notebook ;-). Samantha and I started the P90X workout routine this week, we’re sore. 🙂
This is just a short post because Samantha and I are getting ready to leave for a wedding in KC. Back to the subject of this post. Within a couple weeks we’re headed to Tulsa to pickup a Bridgeport milling machine. It should weigh about a ton. I want to post some pictures and descriptions of the moving process, as well as some helpful links to instructions other people have posted on the web… Other heavy things we’ve recently moved:
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Question: Tonight I was trying to access, via Vista, a folder that was shared from a Windows XP Pro machine. I kept getting a username/password prompt, but there isn’t a password set on any of users! How can I access the folder? Answer: by default Windows XP Professional won’t allow network users shared folder access without a password. So here’s how to allow network access using a blank password: First, on the XP computer that is sharing the folder make