I just posted a new entry to the FriendsInTech website about optimizing the speed of Firefox using SpeedyFox. This program worked really well for me – highly recommended.
Our FriendsInTech production of A Geek Christmas Story is now available for listening – enjoy and let us know what you think of it. Previous productions are also available to listen to.
As a member of Friends in Tech I”m pleased to announce that we’re doing another Christmas special – this time A Geek Christmas Story- the trailer can be heard here and will be available in the next week or so at Friends in Tech
Just uploaded a new post to the Friends In Tech blog on how to quickly create JPEG files from Raw files – the free utility allows you to save space on your camera card and reduces the time taken to write the files too or just register to download IJFR
I’ve posed a puzzler at Friends In Tech about an issue I had when upgrading a NT4 domain to Small Business Server 2003. It will be interesting to see if anyone comes up with the correct answer but also to get some responses from other techs and hopefully it will encourage conversations on the website and forums.
I’ve been invited to join the Friends In Tech team as a blogger which was a nice offer and an honour to take up. I’ll still be posting over here but will have some content on their site too now.
My first post was about the firefox upgrade to 1.5.06 and an easy way to get extensions to work afterwards.
Mike McBride was also invited to post and his first post is about having an appreciation folder in your email client.
If you read either of our blogs you will probably be interested in some of the other Friends in Tech blogs and their podcasts.