Month: April 2009

Seven Essential Applications For Bloggers

I still a little new to this whole blogging thing, so I keep my eye out for anything that will help me out. Darren Rowse over at ProBlogger has a great list of Seven Essential Applications For Bloggers Using Windows. They are Windows Live Writer Evernote FeedDemon RSS Reader Q10 FileZilla FastStone Capture TweetDeck The […]

Windows 7 RC1 Arrives May 5

Kevin Purdy over at LifeHacker reports that the Official Windows 7 Release Candidate Arrives on May 5th. I managed to sign up for and get a beta copy and I’m also subscribed to the Windows 7 Team Blog so I’m hoping to get a copy. I’m really only using it for my media center PC […]

TuneUp Your Music Collection

I found a program the other day called TuneUp that fixes all the song information (track title, album title & album art) for all your music in iTunes. I only tried the free 100 song version as I have already done most of my by hand now. But for the few albums I did do, […]

AlternativeTo Suggests Software Alternatives

Allot of software these days is very expensive, so I like to try and use Open Source software whenever possible. However it can sometimes be hard to find the right program. However Lifehacker has a new post about a site called AlternativeTo, which offers Open Source suggestions to Windows, Mac and Linux applications. You simple […]

What is an Oracle Schema?

Steve Callan at DBASupport has a long artical on What’s in an Oracle Schema?. While I don’t get this exact question much, I do see that some people get confused between a database and a schema. I create them a schema in a database, give them the user name and password and they think they […]

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