Previously PADI didn’t include the PADI Open Water Course PowerPoint presentation with their IDC Crew Pack, but now they do. Unfortunately, on some Apple Macs the IDC Crew Pack Open Water PowerPoint presentation doesn’t work so well. Here’s how to fix it.
After nearly a year of touching nothing but Apple Macs, we experienced a sudden computer shortage in the office and I had to breathe life into an old Compaq Presario CQ40. The old machine was heavily bogged down by Windows Vista, so I downloaded Ubuntu 12.04 and was up and running in no time… untilContinue reading “Ubuntu 12.04 and BCM4312 LP-PHY Not Connecting to Wireless”
Last week, iCal 3.0.8 running on Mac OSX 10.5.8 stopped importing and sync’ing delegates from shared Google Calendar for 2 of our oldest Macs. Blah.
By the time this post propagates the problem might likely be solved, but it’s worth a mention for poor plebs like me who spent their whole morning trying to find out what’s going on. iCal on Apple Mac can’t delete calendar entries from connected Google Calendars. From a user’s point of view, the problem isContinue reading “iCal Google Calendar Update Delete Problem”
I was just reading Matt Mullenweg’s post about the new WordPress 3.1, and after backing up the 42.8Mb database (!) decided to upgrade and see what’s new.
I bought my first Acer product in Singapore in 2000. It didn’t last too long that time either.
Well, after 3 days of road tripping from Kota Kinabalu to Sandakan, we’re almost home. And just in time for New Year’s Eve too.
I recently downloaded WordPress for Android from the Android Market, and currently have lots of time to kill, so I thought I’d try it out. Start timestamp: it’s 10:21 now.
This is Part 2 of A Day in the Life of the HTC Desire Z. I left you hanging just before lunch, so join me as we continue…
It’s not so much A Day in the Life of the HTC Desire Z as it is My Life after a day with the HTC Desire Z.