The ol’ switcheroo

I enjoy answering great questions in my favorite Windows Live Groups. This one came to my attention yesterday on Live Soapbox, and I thought it would make a good “how-to” post for the Clubhouse. I hope you’ll agree. Q: I'm about to close down my e-mail account and move to another. What happens to the …

Virtual insanity

Whether you’re a web developer or just an enthusiast, you might like to have multiple versions of Internet Explorer installed for testing purposes. The problem is that installing any given version of IE uninstalls other versions. So what are you supposed to do, maintain a fleet of PCs with different versions of IE installed on …

Linked in

I’ve previously written about the goodness that is RSS, and even commented on how the Windows Live properties, such as Spaces, are rife with various feeds for just about anything you’d ever care to share. Today, I want to draw your attention to another simple but effective way that Windows Live integrates RSS: Shared Favorites. …

Pull the plug

Has your Windows Live Spaces page become unmanageable? Or are you rediscovering your passion for blogging after an extended hiatus? Sometimes, you just have to know when to throw in the towel and get a fresh start. Luckily, Spaces allows you to completely wipe out your space with surprisingly few clicks. On your space's main …

Heads up

I finally decided to spruce up my Windows Live space by giving it a touch of personal branding. I’ve always maintained a simple layout, but I’ll admit it was pretty boring. It was important to me to keep my main page looking neat, uniform, and consistent with the rest of my Windows Live pages, but …

iSore

Ok, so pretty much everybody already knew exactly what Apple was going to announce today. The iPad was bestowed upon us mere mortals by his Steveness. If you haven’t seen it, take a gander. Be sure not to stare directly at it for too long. Maybe I’m just being a Luddite, but it looks like …