“They dove beneath the waves, and helped to win massive global wars. But submarines can’t submerge forever. Eventually, these old warhorses get swept away by history. Here are some images of the most haunting dead submarines of all time.”
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August 15th, 2012 · No Comments
Getting Music (MP3) to your Nexus 7
Plug in your Nexus 7. Open the folder view from your OS (i.e. in Windows, use Windows Explorer, in Mac use Finder), double click Internal Storage then again on Music. This is where you need to copy and paste all your music too.
So go find your music. If you use iTunes you can drag and drop music from iTunes to your desktop or elsewhere. Drag your music into your Nexus 7 and in Windows select Yes. In Mac it just works…
August 14th, 2012 · No Comments
The Google Nexus 7 home screen is set in portrait mode, but you can rotate other screens by turning the screen rotation lock off.
To do this, swipe down from the top of the screen to access notifications and then click on the icon that has the two arrows forming a circle. If you see a padlock in the circle it means your screen is locked. If you see an icon with a rectangle you can rotate your Nexus 7 screen – with the exception of the home screen.
August 13th, 2012 · No Comments
In Google Chrome if you have multiple tabs open you can just swipe the screen to change them. You don’t have to click on each tab.
If you have 6 tabs open just swipe the right side of the screen and Chrome changes between tabs.
April 16th, 2012 · No Comments
Do you use Facebook but not trust that Facebook’s default security is good enough? Welcome to the majority!
This is my guide to making your Facebook account secure. Well, as secure as it can be and still be nice and usable.
It’s pretty easy, just follow each of the steps right through to the end.
Anyone can do it – and it is free.
The whole guide is after the jump…
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April 7th, 2012 · No Comments
How are you saving the things that matter to you? A harddisk crash can happen pretty damn quick and it can cost a lot of money to get back vital files. I’ve had this happen. So for the files that matter, I’ve switched to cloud storage – Dropbox. For example, over on my other website, StoryAWeek, I have the HTML stored with my webhost, and my actual stories, which are a mixture of different file formats stored on Dropbox.
If my harddrive fails, the files are easy and FREE for me to get back. If I have a house fire, or a break-in, same applies; I get my work back to me.
If you are not using cloud storage yet, why not? You really should.
February 24th, 2012 · No Comments
See these incredible pictures over here.
February 21st, 2012 · No Comments
Neat list of what *should* be in series 7. I agree with all of it aside from the last – a multi-Doctor Who story would be neat!