Tag Archives: online database

The Context (Menu) Revolution

Either we’re spoilt or something is really changing and others better catch up. Either way, I like it. Software is becoming more integrated. With features like Firefox extensions and other tricks we are able to move material from one program to another, check the spelling of a word, value of an amount in another currency,… Read More »

Stop It Before It Starts

A program I’ve found highly useful of late is Windows Startup Inspector. It does something Windows XP should do, but doesn’t: Allow you to decide what programs do and don’t start when Windows does. It sounds dumb until you realise that most programs these days — including a lot that should know better — automatically… Read More »