From what I have read, the Apple air tags are actually better than Tile, I mean as long as you have an iPhone.
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The number of likes on my Instagram posts has gone down by 50% in the past few days. Simultaneously, IG has been spamming me to upgrade to a business account and pay to promote my posts.
I just want people to see my art, and IG holding my art hostage until I pay. They're not even being subtle about it.
Jesus, Tom, that's horrific.
Tuesday night my iPhone updated its iOS & now my podcasts won’t load. I can access the app but my library won’t load - is there anything I can do about this?
Does anybody know of a good PC time-tracking app that will automatically track where I spend my time on my computer? I know these must exist since I know companies track their employees this way, but I can't seem to find something simple that does what I want it to.
Basically I want something that I turn on at the beginning of the day when I turn on my laptop, and that when I turn it off at the end of the day, it will tell me "You spent X minutes in Excel, Y minutes in Adobe Acrobat, Z minutes in Word, P minutes in email, D minutes in Twitter, and Q minutes in that game you shouldn't be playing while working."
I don't need to assign time to specific projects, or know what specific files I've been using (though I suppose knowing the files I open would be nice). I'm torn on whether I actually want it tracking my internet activity but I do use search, online dictionaries & style guides, wikipedia, etc. for work, so it would be good to know where I am when I'm in my browser.
The key feature should be that it in no way requires me to take action when I stop working for 15 minutes to read Twitter.
I've created a nifty slide show for the local Otter Lake church's 100th anniversary basically composed of a bunch of photos and church type piano music in the background. I have created this on a Windows platform, and the firehouse where it will play is on Mac of course. What format should I save it in? Will it run if I save it on a flash drive? Should I just see if they can hook up my laptop to their setup?
I've never actually done this before, but I am the person in town who "knows computer stuff", so you know how that goes. The choices in the software I am using are AVI, WMV, FLV, MP4, and MKV.
The Mac should be able to play an MP4 with no issues.
Great! That is one of the formats I used. Thank you.
I was sent a .BIN file ... I have no idea how to open or read it or do anything with it. I tried searching and it seems to be an outdated ... something. This was a file that was supposed to be a PDF - one of a bunch that were sent out and returned as PDFs and came with a different PDF. Any suggestions?