Emory Law School has seen a major upgrade in the last few weeks with the voicemail system with the move to Modular Messaging system from Meridian. One of the major new features is the ability to receive your voicemail in your inbox with an attached audio file of the message. You will also have the . . . → Read More: Information regarding Modular Messaging
As Microsoft Office 2003 slowly fades into the ether, Office 2007 is flashing its muscles at the face of the Emory Law School community. As new students come in, their shiny new laptops will have Office 2007 and it’ll make sense for the faculty and staff to come on board.
I hear grumbling. But it’s . . . → Read More: Office 2007 Resources
Now that the law school has officially entered summer mode, you may have some time to do some computer cleaning of your own.
Within the ELS User Guide is a section devoted to computer maintenance and virus removal. It has videos too! But the narrator is your very own Dan Ra, so please don’t run:
. . . → Read More: Take a deep breath
Lifehacker posted a great video by a percussionist showing some stretches for the wrist. These stretches would be a great part of your daily office routine.
Exercises That Protect Against Carpal Tunnel Syndrome [Lifehacker]
Last weekend, I had accidentally deleted a bunch of my ladyfriend’s data from her laptop and went into crisis mode trying to find a way to recover the data (since an older hard drive with the same folder structure had old data). A little while back, I had posted about a software called Undelete Plus . . . → Read More: Recuva: in case you’re underwata
I like Leonard Pitts’s columns – he’s a generally down-to-earth writer on a variety of political and social issues. Today he’s writing about Twitter.
Leonard Pitts Jr.: Twitter strikes me as twaddle : News-Record.com : Greensboro, North Carolina I will never Twitter you.
In the first place, you have better things to do. In the . . . → Read More: An alternate view on Twitter
I get around.
*Ahem* Because I do desktop support work along with updating this phenomenal blog, I see a lot of user environments–faculty, staff, and student alike. The one thing that really grinds my gears is when I see a bunch of toolbars on people’s Internet Explorer from Google, Yahoo, MSN, Jesus, Buddha, and the . . . → Read More: Browser Toolbars Are Bad!