–How to Monitor Websites that don’t have RSS Feeds
Not so long ago I got an email from one of the readers asking if there is a way to be notified about site updates when the site doesn’t offer RSS feeds. And since there are plenty of popular sites that don’t provide any feeds I thought it may be a good idea to write about it.
–How to survive the switch to Digital TV
Did my TV screen just shrink? That’s the question a lot of people will be asking after installing one of the converter boxes that will keep their older TV sets tuned in to over-the-air broadcasts after February 17, when most stations will switch from analog to digital transmission. Related Material: Digital Television: What you need to know.
–From Win32 to Cocoa: a Windows user’s conversion to Mac OS X
A hardcore PC user finally jumps ship and discusses how Windows lost its “wow” and Apple gained a customer.
–Have Your Mac and Windows Too with Boot Camp
Boot Camp is a great way to consolidate the computers in your life and to run essential Windows programs that aren’t available on the Mac. Here’s how to set up Boot Camp to get a Mac and PC all rolled into one.
–10 Ways to Pimp Your Blog
In this article, Lifehack.org provides 10 great tips to help you pimp your blog.