Business cards are usually kinda boring: they contain your name, the name of the company for whom you are working, contact information, and maybe a nice logo. There's nothing wrong with being boring when it comes to business cards, though - they have enough information for someone to get in touch with you. When representing … Continue reading New business cards
Today is a sad day - my TI-82 graphing calculator has begun a slow death...the display is not functioning correctly, misaligning the cursor and output and sometimes going completely dark. This is the very same graphing calculator I have been using since high school, purchased some time around 2001. My TI-82 replaced the TI-83 I … Continue reading R.I.P. TI-82
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Making the mouse forward and back buttons work when using Synergy – finally!
Today I came across this post by Alex Kretzschmar which helped me solve a minor, but also very annoying, problem I had been experiencing for YEARS using the Synergy software: Make your forward / back Mouse Buttons work with Synergy Synergy is a cross-platform software package that allows you to share single mouse and keyboard … Continue reading Making the mouse forward and back buttons work when using Synergy – finally!
Cool Windows Backgrounds
Here are some cool Windows backgrounds I found around the interwebs - all images 1920x1080 (full album here):
Color Calibrate Your Monitor
When designing a web app or map, it is important to realize that the colors you see on your monitor may not be the same colors somebody else sees on their monitor or mobile device. Perhaps you may have noticed that one of your monitors looks a little "off" compared to a second monitor, or … Continue reading Color Calibrate Your Monitor