Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Computer Tips [ Amazing Google Flu Outbreak Predictor + Combat The Flu Online + Cool New Email Provider -Time To Switch? + Easy Printer Problem Fix ] 11/19/08

Computer No, this isn't Steve. You can tell because Steve never wears a suit :-)

Quick Tips

Get Your Printer Online

So, tell me, have you ever gone to print something out and you can't do it because you get an error message that says "Printer Offline?" It happens to the best of us, but that doesn't make it any less annoying! So, what can you do when that happens? Luckily, you have a few options you can try when you need to get your printer back "online." Would you like to hear about them? I thought you might. Well, keep reading and you will!

The first thing you should try is simply turning your printer off, wait a minute or so and then turn it back on. That may fix your problem right then and there. If not, try disconnecting the cable that hooks into your computer and then reconnect it. After you do that, you'll also want to restart your computer to make sure everything lines back up. If you're still having trouble after that, try sending something to your printer to print and when you see the printer icon pop up in your taskbar, double click on it. Then go to the File menu and make sure the option of "Work Offline" is unchecked.

Another thing you can try is right clicking on the printer icon and selecting the choice that says "Set printer online." Or, if all else fails, there may be an actual button on your printer that can help you get it connected again. If your printer has one, it will say something like "Online" and you can press that button to reconnect your printer so that it will print once again. Now, all printers are different, so don't hold me to that, but if your printer does have that button, it's an easy fix for this type of problem. Hopefully your printer situation can be fixed with one of these suggestions, but if not, you can always refer to your user manual or contact the manufacturer for additional help. Good luck, my printing friends!

~ Erin

Don't stop now! Make sure you keep reading to learn all about the similarities and differences between CDs and DVDs, find out how you can easily remember your saving places in MS Word 2007 and learn all about a brand new e-mail service called BigString. Also, be sure to stay safe by reading this week's security article thanks to Gary and of course, don't miss out on Amanda's Cool Site of the Day!


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This phenomenal tiny storage solution is anything but small (when it comes to storage that is). With 8 GB of space, it's like the Grand Canyon of flash drives! This is equivalent to carrying around 11 CD-Rs!! It is definitely your portable media solution, allowing you to carry a whoppin' 8GB of your documents, spreadsheets, files, programs, photos, videos, music, and important back-up material, all in one extremely small device!

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Finally, After Years Of Searching-

I Have Found Them...

The Perfect Headphones!

Magnificent! Perfect! Comfortable! Crystal Clear! Amazing! Fabulous! These are just a few of the words that I could use to describe these amazing Sentry Headphones.Wait until these headphones wrap around your ears, then you will know what I am talking about! These headphones are simply the best headphones that I have EVER come across!!! I will never wear another earbud or headset again!

Personally, I hate earbuds! In fact, they convinced me that I have odd shaped ears. Those things are simply not comfortable and they are always falling out of my ears. You should see me on my morning jog, I am constantly plugging an earbud (normally the right ear) back into my ear, just to have it fall out again within a few steps! Then, by the end of my jog, both of my ears are sore after those things have been sticking in them for about 30 mins!

Because I hate the earbuds so much, I have been searching for a headset that is lightweight, comfortable, and will stay on my ears while I run! Well, let me tell you, I have searched for years! Then, just the other day, when I thought I had given up and that I would have to settle for those stupid earbuds the rest of my life, I came across these headphones. I said it once, and I will say it again, these headphones are wonderful!

First, they are really lightweight. Like earbuds, these headphones don't have that annoying, heavy, strap that wrap around your head to make them stay in place. However, like headphones, this pair has padded earpieces that comfortably rest on the outside of your ears.

So, you are probably wondering how they stay in place? Well, these headphones have nifty little hooks that hook onto the back of your ears as if you were wearing glasses. These little rubber hooks secure the headphones in place and are extremely comfortable. Today, I wore them all day at work, and forgot that I had them on!!! I was shocked!!!

And the quality of the sound could not be better! You will not miss a single beat with these headphones! Even better, the head phone jack works with my computer, my iPod, and my AM/FM radio! These headphones could not get any better!

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This is an absolutely fabulous MP3 player- I'm tellin' ya, this is one deal you don't want to pass up! Containing 512 MB of built in memory, this MP3 player will give you hours of listening enjoyment!!

Plus, if you need extra space for more songs, this super cool MP3 player has a SD/MMC memory card slot, which will let you put in an additional 512 MB memory card, ultimately giving you space to store over a whoppin' 123 songs or 8 hrs of your favorite music!!!! With that kind of playback time you will always be groovin' to your own beat while on the go!

But this MP3 player gets even better! This fantastic listening device comes with its own built in digital radio!!! This radio works so well that I can pick up my favorite radio station while sitting in my office (a place where I am surrounded my concrete and no windows!)

Once again, that still isn't all that comes with this, Nope! This MP3 player includes its own set of super comfortable earbuds WOW!!!

Now, let's talk about the MP3 player. First, it is sooo easy to use! Just plug it into a USB port, and a little window will open up! Then all you have to do is drag and drop your favorite MP3 files onto it, and you are good to go! This device is truly plug and play- nothin' could be easier!

What is even cooler is this device uses a blistering-fast USB 2.0 interface which can quickly get your music onto this mega cool MP3 player. Plus- it doesn't play just MP3s. You can store WMAs on it too, and they play just as clear as MP3s!!! Now that is really cool!!!

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Computers 101

Can you please explain the difference between CDs and DVDs? And how about their ROM drives? Are they really all that different?

I sure can and yes, they are! There seems to be a lot of confusion when it comes to those two types of media. These days, most computers come with both a CD ROM drive and a DVD ROM drive and because of that, I think a lot of people assume you can use either drive for either type of disk. Well, that's just not the case. Yes, the drives are the same size and shape, but that's where their similarities end. Let's check out some of the differences and get all of this cleared up, shall we? Here we go!

For starters (and this is the biggest difference), DVDs have seven times the capacity that CDs do. If you're not sure, that's quite a bit! Now, I know you're probably thinking, "How can that be possible?" Well, DVDs use more layers than CDs and the way DVDs are written is quite different as well, which is a huge booster for the DVD's capacity size.

Now, it's time for a little background information. CDs and DVDs both store their data in little grooves that run all around the disk. Our CD and DVD ROM drives then scan those grooves with a laser beam, which is how we're able to listen to music or watch a movie on our computers. They both also work with lands (reflective bumps) and pits (non-reflective holes), which help to represent the digital information the CDs and DVDs need in order to work.

With that said, DVDs work with much smaller pits than CDs. Basically, the smaller the pits, the more data you can fit onto the disk and that's how DVDs overcome CDs in terms of available space. As a matter of fact, the normal pit length for a DVD layer is 0.4 and for a CD, it's 0.834. Also, the tracks along a DVD are a lot closer together than on a CD, so that allows for more tracks per disk. As you can see, all of that information runs together to give a DVD a lot more room than is allotted on a CD.

That's also where the biggest difference between the CD and DVD ROM drives comes into play. Because DVDs work with such smaller pits, etc., they need a special drive that will be able to read them. Therefore, a DVD ROM drive cannot read a CD and vice versa (a CD ROM drive cannot read a DVD). That's why most computers these days are coming with both drives already installed. So, while it may seem a little wasteful, now you know why it's necessary!

Want to know some more differences? Well, like I said earlier, the layer sizes for CDs and DVDs are quite different as well. Along with DVDs having several more layers than CDs, they're also much thinner. That helps when the laser beam inside the drive is reading the DVD. DVDs also come with double sided layers, which obviously, allow for more information all the way around.

Another big difference is that DVDs can access data a lot faster than CDs can. They also have a better error correction method. And one last difference is the recording format the two types of media use. DVDs record using the Universal Data Format (UDF) method and CDs are not compatible with that type at all. The UDF format allows DVDs to store data, video, audio or a mix of all three onto a single file structure. That file can then be accessed by any drive or computer. CDs just can't say the same.

Now, I know it may sound like DVDs are the best option when it comes to certain things, but don't forget that there are times when a CD is just what you need. Sometimes DVDs are just too much and a simple CD will do. Either way, the two media formats are very convenient and handy for all of our recording needs. You have to give props to both of them for all they do!

~ Erin

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MS Office

Now, Where Did I Save It?

Here's a tip idea that stems from a reader question! Specifically, she's looking to put the file name in the footer of an MS Word 2007 document and she can't seem to locate that option in the new program.

So, let's go search for the file name field for Word 2007's footers.

First, you need to create the document's footer. That can be done under the Insert tab on the ribbon, Footer button.

Once you're in the footer, under Header and Footer Tools, the Design tab will open.

From that tab, choose the Quick Parts button.

Choose Field from the Quick Parts list.

In the Field dialogue window, choose FileName in the left column.

In the middle column, choose the formatting you want Word to use for the file name.

Finally, in the right column, be sure to check the "Add path to file name" checkbox if you want the entire location of the file in the footer. Without that option checked, you'll only get the file name and not the actual location where it was saved.

Click OK to save your choices and return to the document's footer.

Voila. You'll never have to wonder where you saved a file again!

~ April

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Who Wants To Come Home To A Dark House?

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Guess what, people? It is starting to get dark out wayyyy tooo early! Don't you hate coming into a dark house? Or if you go out of town, don't you hate leaving all your lights off? Well we found some absolutely amazing light sensors that automatically turn on at dusk and off at dawn! How cool is that?

These amazing light sensors are simply phenomenal!! Every house hold needs a set (or 2) of these!!!

Better yet, they are sooo easy to to install! All you have to do is screw them into your lamp's socket and then screw your light bulb into the sensor! There are no screws or tools involved! :-) Better yet, you will never walk into a dark house again!

What is really cool is that this sensor is adjustable! It can tell when it is dark out and when it is light out. So guess what? You will never have to worry about trying to set a timer, guessing what time it will be dark and what time the sun will rise! Now that is really awesome!

These sensors are perfect for when you are out of town too! Scary robbers will never suspect you are away with your lights automatically turning on and off! This is like the cheapest home security I have ever seen! :-)

I just picked up two sets of these!!! See, they even work outdoors and are perfect for my lighting next to my front door! So I put one set outside, and then I use the other set inside! I just can't get enough of these sensors!!! You are going to love them!

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OH, Yeah - The Coolest 4 Port USB Hub You've Ever Seen!

What A Brilliant Design!

You'll Never Use A "Regular" Hub Again!!

You've Just Gotta Read This:

So we sold this awesome hub this past weekend in Software Deals- and it did sooo well, that we couldn't resist extending this amazing offer to our Computer Tips Readers at the special SUNDAY ONLY PRICE!! This is one hub that I will not live without! Check it our now!

Sick of unplugging your hardware just to use a the USB Port? Even more sick of having to crawl around to the back of your computer and playing contortionist to find the free USB port? Well, have I got the cure to all your hardware sickness! This 4 USB 2.0 Hub!!!

Oh, but the big deal with this is the absolutely brilliant octopus-like arms that make plugging in your devices soooo much easier than a normal hub! I mean, you know how it goes - it's a huge hassle to pop a USB plug into a tiny, crowded port. We've all been there - adjusting, jiggling, flipping and pushing the plug just trying to get the stupid thing in.

Well, these arms make it so easy to plug in your USB devices you may find yourself buying computer accessories just so you can use it :-) Yup, finally a way to plug in your USB devices without the hassle! Just grab a free plug, turn it anyway you like, and pop your plug in! It doesn't sound like much, but let me tell ya, once you try it, you'll be hooked! I have one plugged into the front of my computer right now, and anyone who tries to "borrow" it is in for a serious hand-slappin'!!!

Oh, and it's more than just a pretty face too! It provides 4 hi-speed (2.0) USB Ports in a small compact size! This hub takes up almost zero space since it's mostly just cords! It will free up gobs of space your desktop! This guy is so small, that it could easily fit in your pocket!!! Really! You can take it anywhere, making it ideal for both notebook or desktop computers!!! (I can't wait to take this on the road)

Even Better- it even has 100% hot-swappable protection. What does this mean? Well, I wasn't quite sure either and went over and asked out tech guy, Gary! Nonchalantly, Gary said that hot-swappable means that you can simply plug it in to play, then yank the plug out it when you are done! You don't need to take the time to formally eject it or have to worry about the stuff you have plugged in!!!! Cool :-)

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Continuous E-mails

So, tell me, have you ever received an e-mail that just kept going on and on and on? You know, it was basically just one long line of text. Well, if you have, you know how frustrating that can be. I mean, it's so hard to read an e-mail like that, because you have to scroll back and forth and it just takes way too long. Want to know how you can fix an e-mail like that or even better, how to prevent ever getting one like it again? Then you've got to check out the tip on our homepage today. It'll give you the answer straight up!

Keyboard Sumo

Are you having a bad day? Maybe your morning just went all wrong and you can't seem to get back on track. I hate it when that happens! Well, if you need to relieve some stress, I have just the thing for you. It actually comes from the cool site we're featuring on our homepage today. It's called Keyboard Sumo and it allows you to just waste away some time right from the comfort of your computer chair. Be sure to check it out!

Here's the link you need: Enjoy!

Tip of the Day


Have you ever wished your e-mail would do certain things for you? Well, today, I want to introduce you to a new e-mail service you might like. It's called BigString, but before I go into any detail about it, I have to ask you a couple questions. Have you ever wanted to erase an e-mail that was already sent? Or, how about ensuring a private e-mail wasn't forwarded, saved or printed? Would you like to record a video right in an e-mail? Luckily, all of those things are just a few of the features BigString boasts. So, let’s check it out!

To get started with BigString, you first need to create an account. Here's how:

1.) Head on over to and click on the Sign Up link.

2.) Now, you’ll need to set up a username. Type in your choice and click on Check Username. BigString is relatively new, so there are plenty of choices for usernames. If your choice is available, click Continue.

3.) You’ll then have to fill out the usual information: your name, password, set up a security question, etc. Once you're finished, click Continue.

4.) Next, click on Take Me to My Inbox and you'll see this screen:

5.) To begin typing an e-mail, click on Compose.

Now, here’s where the magic begins! You can select from all different types of e-mails. Let’s check them out!

  • Recallable Messages – These are messages that expire after a certain number of views, an exact time or a time after it was opened. They can also be edited. For example, if the wrong information was sent to the wrong person.

  • Quick Destruct – Messages that destruct after either 15 to 30 seconds or one to two minutes after being opened.

  • Regular with Tracking – These are messages that can be tracked by how many views they've had.

  • Video Mail - This one allows you to record a video using a Webcam. The video can be set to self-destruct after a certain number of views.

  • Secure Mail – This uses encryption to keep your e-mails private.

  • Regular – Of course, you have the option of sending a normal e-mail as well.

6.) You can experiment with sending e-mails to yourself with those different options. I’m sure you’ll notice that it's rich-text formatting, which is similar to MS Word. You can also embed an image if you wish. To send an e-mail, simply click on the green Send button.

Now, I’d like to show you how to recall and self-destruct messages!

7.) First, click on .

8.) Here you can see that an e-mail I sent to myself hasn’t been read yet. To self-destruct it, just click on the checkbox and then click on Self-Destruct.

9.) Now, let’s say I wanted to edit the following message:

10.) Just double click it and type in your corrections. Then click on Update. It’s as easy as that!

11.) As for the video e-mail, I have a Webcam and I've recorded a short clip. When the recipient gets the video, they'll have to click on a link to be directed to a video player similar to this:

That's it. Now, go on and enjoy all that BigString has to offer!

~ Neil Patel

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Today's Feature

Google Flu Trends

Did you know that Google is not just a search engine company? Everyone knows about and all of the programs and features it offers to help the everyday computer user, but many people don't know about the other part of Google called is a part of the company that uses its technology to help the world in many ways. The newest part of the Web site is called Google Flu Trends. It's a feature that looks at search trends dealing with the flu. It monitors to see what parts of the country are searching for articles related to the flu. That way, they can predict which parts of the country are being affected by a flu breakout.

Google Flu Trends then puts all of the data together into a map of the United States. The map shows where they believe flu breakouts are happening. If you're concerned about a spell of the flu hitting your area, you can check the Google Flu Trends Web site to see if others are reporting flu related symptoms in your area.

To look at the Google Flu Trends map, you can visit this Web site.

There are other worthy causes that takes on as well and you can read all about them on the Web site. Until next time, stay safe out there, my friends!

~ Gary

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Amanda's Coolsite


Welcome to Namepedia, an encyclopedia for names! Have you ever wondered what your first name means? Would you like to find out how your last name originated? Maybe you’d like to find a baby name. Well, you can do all of that and more right here!

In the center of the main page, you'll find a search engine. It has four tabs above it: First Name, Family Name (last name/surname), Full Name and Real People. There's also a More option, but I didn’t use it.

Type in a first name if you just want to try it out. You can use your own name or you could use my name. I put in Amanda and clicked on Search.

After you search and choose the entry you want, you'll find the origin, meaning, relations, pronunciation and even a rating for the name on the page. It was really neat to listen to the different pronunciations of my name.

Along the top of the page, there are more tabs. Some correlate with the search engine and some don’t. They are: First Names, Family Names, Real People, Baby, Interactive and More.

I really liked the baby section. You can even create your own list of baby names. To do so, you’ll need to register for the Web site. All you need to do is click on the Create an Account link at the top of the page, put in an e-mail address, a password and then log in. You should then get a confirmation e-mail. Now, choose how you’d like it to appear: public, friends only, private, whether the child is male or female, where they’ll live, what language they’ll speak and the 10 names you like.

People can then vote on the names you picked. That would be a great way to get your friends' and family's opinion on baby names you’ve chosen. Check out the list I created as an example here. They can then rate the names you picked and offer you three more ideas of their own. They can also leave a comment and then click on the Send My Opinion button.

If you’re into celebrities, the Real Name section is for you! Here you can search for famous people by name. For example, Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett and Emmy Rossum. If you search, they’ll give you the full name of the celebrity, their nationality and what their profession is. Also, at the bottom, you'll find articles about them.

This Web site is definitely worth bookmarking for all your naming needs!

~ Amanda

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