Posts Tagged ‘geeky’
A really interesting piece from The New Yorker, presenting the story of a “thief” and magician at the same time:
The rest of it can be read here: Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who ever lived – The Oatmeal
Want to learn a really easy and fast way to block websites, ads, or content on your own? If you are familiar with the Hosts file Windows, it’s as simple as adding a few entries to the table.
If you don’t have a crossover cable to connect two laptops or netbooks, you can use their wireless capabilities. This guide shows how you can use your wireless network cards to create a temporary ad hoc network between two or more mobile computers. The guide is for Windows 7 but it works also for Windows Vista.
Need to connect two computers together and you don’t have a router on hand? If so, you can use a crossover cable to connect two computers and transfer files directly. Read on!
Think you are a command line Guru in Windows XP? Well, test yourself and see how many commands you actually know! Can you create a Windows shortcut from the command line? Or add a new environment variable? Check out this list of all command prompt commands.