I use several different types of removable media since both of my digital cameras each use a different type. I decided to get rid of my several different card readers and buy the SanDisk ImageMate 12-in-1 USB 2.0 Card Reader at my local Best Buy. This thing is cool, cause… Read More »Removable Drive Icons
Ever noticed that on a default installation of Internet Explorer that you can only have two concurrent downloads? According to the Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 183110, this is to maintain compliance with HTTP specifications. WinInet limits the number of simultaneous connections that it makes to a single HTTP server. If… Read More »Concurrent Downloads in IE
I was trying to get my Moto Q setup the other day to attach to my Exchange Server. When I tried to synch, I discovered that I was receiving some sort of error which was a result of problems with the certificate on my server. I didn’t use certs on… Read More »Windows Mobile 5 and Root Certificates
I didn’t realize how popular online video really was until I read today that Google was purchasing YouTube Inc. for $1.65 billion. YouTube seems to be another one of those companies that was going to wind up facing battles over copyright infringement, but before long they will have agreements in… Read More »Is $1.65 billion a lot of money?
This October marks the fifth season (I believe) of my participation in a fantasy hockey league. Ever since the return of hockey to Minnesota in 2000, I have become more of a hockey fan. Growing up, I remember periodically watching the Minnesota North Stars, but that was nothing compared to… Read More »Fantasy Hockey 2006