This is a stream of thought post on old school methods. I may do more of these if I get comments. In my desk I keep a Moleskine notebook I got on Amazon for way too much, it’s the one in the thumbnail. I started keeping this thing several years ago to keep track of […]
I was listening to Know How on the TWiT network this morning and they were talking about this service called IFTTT that will “Make the Web Work For You”. The basic idea is that the site will take you various web services like Dropbox, Facebook, Instagram and a lot more (57 in all), and let […]
Heard about IFTTT on “Know How”. A podcast on the TWiT network. I’m testing to see how well the WordPress rules work. If this works I’ll be posting how you can use all this at home and at a small business. Maybe video!
I like to think of modern home routers as your first line of defense against the bad things out there on the internet. They are super important, and everyone with internet access should have one. Most new routers have a lot of features that surpass “route traffic to the internet and back”. Your basic Linksys […]
Just a quick one today. My Google feeds showed a few people searching for ShoreTel not working on a computer not attached to your domain. This is incredibly simple and easy to set up. You do need to know a few things if you’ve integrated your ShoreTel server with your domain, though. By ‘default’ ShoreTel […]
Try this: Call your phone company, tell the menu you are not calling from the number you need serviced. It will ask you to put in your account number or phone number. Hit ten totally random digits and see if the customer service rep can tell you what you put in. It will even say […]