AIM 6.8 Beta build lets you and the person you’re chatting with see what’s being typed as it’s being typed. Plus: Fring adds Yahoo and AIM support, VTech cordless phone offers IM and IV, FaceTime and Akonix track attacks, and more.
IM Watch: New AIM Shows What You’re Typing in Real-Time
By Vangie Beal, January 15, 2008
Posted in Computers, features, freelance, Freelance Writer, headline news, IM, Instant Messaging, Internet, Malware, My Writing, Opinion, Technology
In my spare time, when I can find some that is, I enjoy checking out online marketplaces. Recently I started using Kijiji Classifieds. I started out using the site to write a user review on Ecommerce-Guide, but as it turned out I actually enjoyed my Kijiji experience and plan to continue using this Classified Ad site. So now I have also decided to add in some writing and the end result is My Kijiji, a blog with hints, tips, news and reviews for those interested in selling on Kijiji. Its still in a beginning stage, but check out the progress and let me know what you think.
Posted in deals, eBay, ecommerce, features, freelance, fun, how to, Internet, Kijiji, online selling, Opinion, shopping
One of the hardest thing about using Vista is figuring out how to get to the settings and network configuration areas. Here are five tips that will help you maneuver through the networking options in Vista.
“In Windows XP, most people will use their computer in Admin login mode. With Vista you can login as any user but still perform administrator tasks. One thing you’ll notice right away in Vista is that some of your applications need to be run in administrator mode, especially some older applications or utilities you use that aren’t supported by Vista. Here is how you can launch applications in Administrator mode.”
Five Windows Vista Tips for Networking and File Sharing
By Vangie Beal