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Category: Technology

Articles on Technology, Gadgets and more.

2005-05-19

Netscape 8 Released Today

I’ve been using the Netscape 8.0 Beta off and on for a couple of months now. I wasn’t especially thrilled with it, since I’ve been using Firefox as my browser of choice. Having said that, Netscape may be the right browser for you. I’ll explain why below: Page Rendering The most important feature of 8.0 … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2005-01-28

Google Desktop

I finally broke down yesterday and decided that I would give Google Desktop Search a chance. This morning, I tested it out for the first time. First impressions: It’s quick! And it returned results I was quite impressed with. I also enjoy its’ integration with Google.com. That was a nice touch. I’m still concerned about … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2005-01-20

Problems with the Iomega 250Gb Network Hard Drive

PowerServe just bought an Iomega 250Gb Network Hard Drive to store our creative projects on. The way this drive is supposed to work is you 1) plug in all the cords; 2) plug the NetHDD into a switch/router; 3) the blue light comes on and the drive is ready for use; and finally 4) run … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2004-12-27

Yahoo Complies – Sorta

Kudos to Yahoo for revamping their homepage (http://www.yahoo.com). The new look is a little bit easier on the eyes, with better organization, aliasing on the icons… and the code behind the scenes is more standards compliant. One problem I noticed, though, is that they use an embedded stylesheet along with a mess of javascript that … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2004-08-07

Free Yahoo Search Engine Submission Link

Ran across this on Yahoo! today. It’s the link for free search engine listings. I resubmitted my blog, because I don’t know if it has propogated on Yahoo yet. If you’re interested, check out: http://submit.search.yahoo.com/ (Note: This may require an account with Yahoo! to use.)

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2004-07-21

Free XHTML/CSS Editor…

This tool seems pretty darn cool. Check it out. http://www.chami.com/html-kit/download/

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2004-07-02

New MSN Search Technology Preview

All I can say is … So far so good. I’ve been pretty disappointed with Google’s results lately. Most queries end up with results that have been hijacked by search engine garbage … or are completely irrelevant. Microsoft seems to be doing pretty nicely with their new search technology. The queries I ran returned pertinant … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2004-04-21

I love technology.

I’ve been a busy little worker bee at home. I setup an 802.11g wireless network at my house. The D-Link router I got is pretty nice. My whole property gets a pretty strong signal. I’m able to use my Dell Axim, desktop PC and Apple PowerBook on the network now… all at the same time. … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2001-07-31

good lord, i’m tired…

i was at Linda’s house til past 11pm last night trying to restore her power mac g3 to working condition. i’m almost amazed that i was able to do it. it’s not often that you’re able to restore a hard drive to working order. i arrived at her house in edgefield just after 5pm. when … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2001-07-23

Palm’s are Kewl!

This is my first entry to the website, prepped exclusively on my Palm m100. I tell ya, I really can’t imagine how I got along without one of these before. I feel like I’m more organized than ever before. Anyway, my meeting with the SGA Executive Council went remarkably well. They really love the concept … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.