Tag Archives: Mouse

Driver Phishing

By | October 20, 2009

Maybe because it’s early in the morning, but I fell for this little scam pretty easily. I’m going to call it “driver phishing” because it has all the hallmarks of a phishing attack, although it’s probably legal. I’m looking for the latest drivers for my Logitech webcam, so I type in Logitech QuickCam driver in Google. An ad… Read More »

Directory of RSI Software

By | November 9, 2006

This is the first in a number of posts about RSI, or Repetitive Strain Injury, the subject of this week’s column, out tomorrow. Here is a collection of software designed to ease RSI. RSI software tries to help in a number of ways: working out how long you’ve been at the keyboard and reminds you to take breaks;… Read More »

Give Your Mouse A Bath

By | December 6, 2005

Those who got excited about the idea of a washable keyboard (which I wrote about in a WSJ.com column a few weeks back — sorry, subscription only; a version appeared on the BBC World Service, and is available as a podcast) can now get excited about Washable Computer Mice, from Unotron: Unotron’s pioneering mice design configurations and materials… Read More »

Amazon’s Popup Storefront

By | June 13, 2005

I’m not sure this is new, but it’s an interesting feature of Amazon’s new look storefront: a tab that expands as you move your mouse over it: changes to this: (resized). Move the mouse away from the pop-up and it disappears. Not a bad navigation tool. Related Posts:Revenge Of The Popup January 21, 2004 Another Kind Of Popup?… Read More »