If you’ve been using Google Drive for a while, especially if you use it to share documents, you’ve probably lost track of who has access to what. To get a report of who has access head over to whohasaccess.com and allow it scan your Google Drive. The more you have in your account the...
Join us for next week’s NCompass Live: “Tech Talk with Michael Sauers: RFID, Checkout Kiosks, Security Gates, and … a New Way to Check Out”, on Wednesday, August 27, 10:00-11:00 am Central Time. In May 2014, Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library went through an RFID conversion process. In one week. While closed. But...
Power exists to be used. Some wish for cyber safety, which they will not get. Others wish for cyber order, which they will not get. Some have the eye to discern cyber policies that are “the least worst thing;” may they fill the vacuum of wishful thinking. Presented by Dan Geer at Black Hat USA 2014.
In news that will disappoint monkey photographers nationwide, a draft report from the U.S. Copyright Office seems to make the regulators’ opinion pretty clear on the question of who holds the copyright for a photo — or any work — created by an animal. …And that seems to be the standing of the U.S....
The whole family got together this past Saturday to visit the #1 zoo in the country, right next door in Omaha. Five hours later we didn’t even see the whole place and I was even too tired I stopped take photos somewhere in hour four.
Those of us that still have a need to install and update Java, are generally annoyed by the need to uncheck additional offers as part of the installation process. (I’m talking about you Ask Toolbar!) But, with this latest Java update there’s a new setting hiding within the options labeled “Suppress sponsor offers when installing or updating Java.” Find it in the Java control panel at the very bottom of the Advanced tab. Check it, and the next update won’t “offer” you anything you don’t want or need.
To find the Java Control Panel:
Start, type java, click Configure Java.
Windows XP: Start > All Programs > Java > Configure Java
This one’s way to much fun to save for a Tuesday tech tip. Find a YouTube video and change the url from www.youtube.com to www.gifyoutube.com and press enter. Then choose the starting point in the video, set your length (up to 10 seconds,) click “create gif” and shortly, voilà!