Before Google+, all was grand in Jon’s world of Super Syndication (Much to Jason Dunn’s chagrin). I posted things straight to ping.fm, and it sent it everywhere I wanted. I hadn’t found a really good way to archive my ping.fm statuses, but did have a pretty awesome way to share posts from Google Reader simply… Continue reading Post to Google+, Automate Your Shared Items, And Other Super Syndication Techniques
So how do you give yourself this present of less e-mail? You Unsubscribe to legitimate commercial e-mail! And this is the best time of the year to do it. Why? Well because everyone you have any sort of relationship is trying to sell you something this time of year. So you’ll have plenty of opportunities… Continue reading Give Yourself A Present: Less Commercial E-mail
The following was written for my lab group at work, however it strikes me as something everyone may benefit from. Mail Merge is an awesome tool, and this makes it much more useful when a group shares an incoming e-mail address that replies should be directed to (e.g., sales@ or info@ etc.. instead of the… Continue reading Using Mail Merge With Custom FROM: Addresses in Word/Outlook 2007 or Word/Entourage 2008
http://www.appliedpda.com/ “Easily share your coordinates with others through Email or SMS. Simply select a recipient then press the ‘Send’ button. It is that quick! No extra typing required. The messages are automatically constructed for you by LocateMe.” LocateMe provides a novel way to let others know what’s going on when you’re running late, or simply… Continue reading LocateMe Locates Us a Contest!
Today is the last Friday in July, which means it’s SysAdmin day. The 9th annual SysAdmin day to be specific. Check out http://www.sysadminday.com/ for more information. The blurb on their frontpage pretty much says it all. Here it is, edited for length: “A sysadmin unpacked the server for this website from its box, installed an… Continue reading Happy SysAdmin Day Everyone
OK, I do this often enough that I figured I’d start blogging about it more so I can see just HOW often I do it, and my reasoning. Since I received it in early September (The 7th I believe), I’ve been using the awesome HTC TyTN II. Tonight I decided to put it to rest… Continue reading Device Change!
For the past few weeks, I’ve been receiving a few faxes here and there that are intended for a mortgage company. Best I can figure, someone gave out the wrong number or transposed something and boom – my fax line got put on a bunch of things it probably shouldn’t have. Today was the real… Continue reading Jesus Would Not Be Pleased
I wrote the following How-To in order to help my fellow undergraduates understand the process of applying to Graduate School (specifically in psychology). It’s good information to have, considering that a concise (under 40 pages) How-To doesn’t really exist (as far as I could find). Hopefully this can help you or someone you know. And… Continue reading Getting Into A Psychology Graduate Program
I ran across this feature awhile back and didn’t really explore it until now. I’ve often wanted to send out a class-wide email, but was reluctant to type all the information in to mailing list and send out a mass email that exposed all my students email addresses to each other (I’m the kind of… Continue reading Using Mail Merge To Email Your Class or Group
Way back in January I attended Microsoft’s Exchange 2007 / Vista / Office 2007 launch event in Cleveland. I sat there with one of my fellow Bug Jr. Executives and marvelled at how PowerShell would change the way we managed our Exchange box. Eagerly, I then Installed Exchange 2007 on our primary mail server back… Continue reading Setting Up Brick Level Backup On Exchange 2007 With ExMerge