If you're of an age--somewhere between 2 and 81--you're familiar with The Kingsmen's seminal frat-rock hit, "Louie Louie." And if you've ever aspired to stand in front of crowds of the inebriated, making a load of racket, it's one of the very first songs you attempted to play.
Apple may have sold gazillions of iPhones in the latest quarter, but the questions about iTunes are still coming strong. This week, I look at three interesting questions. How can you label live recordings by date and set? How can you sync from iTunes Match to a non-iOS iPod? And what are those mystery columns that show up in the iTunes library?
Few design projects are as nerve-wracking--and important--as designing your own business card. Just like the clothes you wear, your business card tells the recipient if you're professional, artistic, or a big ol' ball of cheese. Aside from the aesthetic message, you've also got to pack a ton of info into a tiny-teeny space and keep it readable. To put your best business card forward, try following these essential design tips.
You can't directly boot into Windows 8's Safe Mode; you can only reboot into it. Here's how to get around that using a key drive.
Lost your Wi-Fi network? Can't get a proper signal? Before you call your ISP try these easy DIY fixes.
Microsoft's new browser isn't available just yet, but Windows Insiders can already reap some of the benefits through Internet Explorer.
Not sure how to deal with sticking your stuff in the cloud? Determining your cloud 'personality' can help.
Reader Phil Rogers has more images than he cares for. He writes: