There are several online backup services to choose from out there. Out of them all so far Mozy has been my service of choice. I just have the Mozy Home Free version which allows 2GB of storage. I know 2 GB is not a whole lot these days but I only back up MP3′s of some of my guitar recordings. So far it seems to be enough. There are different backup plans you can purchase at varying prices. Let’s take a look at the free software.
Today’s Time Killer really is! 5 Minutes To Kill yourself gives you 5 minutes to run around the office to find a way to off yourself. If your having “one of those days” this game is a great stress reliever.
How many times have you wanted to share a screenshot with somebody… so you created your screenshot using one tool, then uploaded to some image hosting site, and then 5 minutes later you finally have the link to send to them. What if there was a way to do all of that in 5 mouse clicks in just a few seconds?
Today’s Office Time Killer is a lot of fun. Fancy Pants Adventures: World 2 developed by Brad Borne is a great adventure world that flows smoothly and allows you to take your mind off the TPS reports. Plus, what is not cool about playing soccer with snails?
I got positive feedback when asking members of our forum if I should write articles related to home recording and production and I thought I would start writing different articles on some of the techniques I use. I am by no means a professional with any of this what so ever. I am just a musician and geek who loves to play with tech. I have covered some home recording in previous posts and today I thought I would show you how to record a guitar track with Cakewalk Guitar Tracks 3. I rarely recommend commercial software, but this utility shouldn’t break the bank and it’s my favorite. In this article I am going to assume you already have or are familiar with Cakewalk. For a great overview of Guitar Tracks 3 you can check out the Cakewalk Site.
If you are a big fan of both Google Reader and Firefox, you’ll be interested to know that Google’s iPhone version of Reader is a perfect fit for the Firefox sidebar, and with a few tweaks we can make it really fit well.
Since we all know working for “The Man” sucks, I thought I would start posting cool time wasting games you can play while the boss isn’t looking. To start with I thought we can take a look at ESPN’s Pressure Kicker 3D.
This article was written by our excellent reader Leon Steadman.