Profile of Matthew McKenzie
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Articles by Matthew McKenzie
posted in July 2008
When you work online, words are like clothes: Use them carelessly, and you might as well show up for a business meeting in dirty flip-flops and an "I'm with stupid" T-shirt.
Do you use Firefox? If so, allow me to introduce two other members of the Mozilla menagerie that can help you to get things done when you're working online.
If you own a Windows laptop with ATI graphics hardware, updating the display driver is often much harder than it needs to be. The solution to this problem is quick, easy, and free -- and now, it works on laptops running Windows Vista.
Yahoo is clearly gunning for big game with its next-generation Webmail technology Before the company bags an elephant, however, it will have to avoid blowing off its own foot.
Dell's partnership with Ubuntu looks to have something the PC maker's last desktop Linux effort did not: a future.
Open-source support has a problem: People who assume, for no good reason, that it has a problem.
Linux has long made life easy for tire-kickers. The latest version of Ubuntu, however, makes it simpler than ever before to take Linux for a realistic test drive -- without risking a single byte of data on an existing Windows system.
A typical laptop computer is a disaster waiting to happen. There is a quick, cheap, simple, totally effective way to fix the problem -- preferably, before it fixes you.