I am a big fan of BCI and Neuro gadgets. This site is very insightful!
Have you ever wanted to create your own PDF out of a set of pictures? A set of scanned notes or receipts?
Because I take notes using pen and paper, often I find myself scanning individual notes as pictures but never really consolidating the related pictures/notes in a single PDF.
For this reason, I created this simple and free/open source Pic2Pdf conversion tool. Continue reading
During my very first trip to Tucson Arizona, I got the chance to go and visit Sonora Desert Museum. I was enchanted by nature.
I would like to share with you some of the photos I took.
Let me know which is your favorite! 🙂
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I share with you some of the photos I took at the PIMA Air & Space museum in Tucson Arizona.
For a full list of airplanes at the museum, please check this Wikipedia article.
Which is your favorite airplane?
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So what is WordAds you ask?
WordAds is the official WordPress.com advertising program which lets you monetize your hosted blog.
I love writing useful blog entries and also like the fact that I can make some passive income that compensates my efforts and time spent into maintaining this blog.
WordAds seemed to be one way to monetize the contents. In order to apply, the minimum you need is a domain name.
You can buy the domain name option from WordPress.com as an upgrade for your free WordPress account.
After you have your domain name, you can apply for WordAds.
In my experience, even if you apply for WordAds that does not guarantee that you get accepted. I contacted the WordAds people and their answer was:
You need more traffic to your site. We cannot give you the exact number but once you have enough users, we will contact you back
Fair enough but they should have said that or written it somewhere before I decided to buy my own domain name. I would have first build a larger audience base and then bought my domain name.
What follows is a nice review of WordAds by Dennis from diaryofdennis.com blog.
If you like soccer and the World Cup but yet cannot afford to leave your office or stop working then you are in luck.
You can do both: work and watch for free.
Look at my laptop screen capture: working and watching the first game on my Windows 8.1 laptop. I love the split screen experience! 🙂
RTE Sport launches the 2014 FIFA World Cup Coverage across television, radio and online!
You are on luck, no need for VPN access and all the workarounds!
Just go to the RTE Sport website @ http://www.rte.ie/sport/soccer/ and click on the “Live match”
For another list of streaming services, please check this blog post.
In this blog post, I am going to illustrate how to reveal the saved Wifi passwords under Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10 in three easy steps.
Do you want to master Batch Files programming? Look no further, the Batchography is the right book for you.
You can just use the WifiPasswordReveal script to automatically reveal the saved password with a click of a button!
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Step 1 – Open the Network and Sharing Center
Right click on the wireless networks icon in the tray bar (just next the clock):
Then right click on select “Open network and sharing center”
Step 2 – List all network adapters
Select “Change adapter settings”
This will give you a list of all available network adapters:
Step 3 – Show the WiFi properties and reveal the password
Double click on the Wifi card adapter icon for which you want to retrieve the password. In my case, I double-clicked on the “Wi-Fi” card.
The “Wi-Fi Status” dialog will show up. Press the “Wireless Properties” button:
Then switch to the “Security” tab:
Press “Show characters” to reveal the password.
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