Many folks have switched to all-in-one printers that include the ability to fax, and some people even still have dedicated fax machines with the landline.
However, what do those of us do when we don’t have either a dedicated fax machine or an all-in-one printer, and we don’t want to pay a monthly fee to send one or two faxes every two or three months?
We find sites like the following that allow us to fax free! Read More
If you’re an exclusive Gmail user, it’s possible you’ve run into the issue of how to draft anemail now and how to send it later. You may have set a calendar event to remind you to send your draft, or you may have set a reminder on your smartphone to sound an alarm to remind you to log into your Gmail account and send your draft.
Both of those methods are viable, but what happens when you don’t have an internet connection on your computer/tablet? What if you can usually send/receive email on your smartphone but you can’t get a wireless signal at the very time you need to send your draft?
If you’re using the same password for almost all your accounts, you’re playing with a forest fire.
If a hacker figures out your one-for-all password, then s/he’s going to have access to almost your whole online (and some of your offline) world.
I know it can be a pain in the rump to have several passwords, but it’s going to be more of a pain in the rump if several of your accounts are compromised. You will have to go through the hassle of closing down accounts and changing passwords, emailing family/friends/colleagues to let them know you’ve been hacked and even canceling bank acounts, debit/credit cards and/or services.
Take the guess work out of finding out what particular font a site is using by visiting MyFonts‘ online application called, WhatTheFont.
You can either upload a file, such as a saved screenshot or a logo, or enter the URL of the site where the font exists. If you are uploading a file, make sure it’s 2MB or smaller. That is the size limit stipulated by MyFonts.
Once you’ve decided how WhatTheFont will analyze the font, by file or URL, the next step in the process is character selection. WhatTheFont will attempt to recognize as many characters of the font in the image or from th URL you provide.
With the extra security at airports and the escalating prices of plane tickets, sometimes flying can just be a pain in the rump.
With the price of gas rising almost weekly, driving can cause you pain at the pump.
Sometimes it might be beneficial to split the cost of traveling by meeting in the middle, whether you decide to fly or drive.
So how do you determine the midway point without one or the other of you flying or driving much farther than the other?
You use a site like MeetWays, whose tagline is “Meet Me in the Middle.”