Tuesday Tech Tips

Tuesday Tech Tips

Dec 17, 2012 | No Comments

Tweet As we head toward the end of 2012 my brain sure is getting tired.  Too many irons in the fire as they say.  Speaking of irons. Oh wait, we are supposed to be speaking of tech tips.  Sorry got a little distracted.  On with the Tuesday Tech Tips show! Tired of your super secret text […]

Tuesday Tech Tips

Tuesday Tech Tips

Jul 30, 2012 | 4 Comments

Tweet Hey Gmail users! Are you used to doing the copy/paste dance to create emails instead of clicking on an email link on a website to avoid having the wrong email client pop up?  Via the magic of HTML5 and the magic of Gmail, you can open those email links via a Gmail compose window. […]

Tuesday Tech Tips

Tuesday Tech Tips

May 23, 2011 | 2 Comments

Tweet Are you a big fan of Google Maps and feel like the Maps application on your iPhone is falling behind in functionality?  Maybe you would like to access your starred locations and My Maps data stored in your Google Account. Whatever your reason, Google has enhanced Google Maps for mobile browsers on Android and […]

From Firesheep comes FireShepherd and a Facebook Bonus

Jan 30, 2011 | No Comments

Tweet I wrote a blog post last week about the dangers of a new Firefox browser extension called Firesheep.  My good buddy Lee (aka @JustaSunGod on Twitter) immediately brought to my attention a program that was created to render Firesheep unusable by flooding the local Wi-Fi network with packets designed to turn off Firesheep.  The […]

Firesheep: You Need To Read This

Jan 23, 2011 | 2 Comments

Tweet Pay attention my fellow readers.  I know many of you travel or spend time in coffee shops and access free Wi-Fi hotspots but there is a danger lurking out there.   Developer Eric Butler has created a Firefox extension called Firesheep. This free Firefox extension collects cookies that have been broadcast over an unprotected Wi-Fi […]