I don’t have to use a lot of HTML these days, but it’s always helpful to know how to manipulate it if you need it. In my last post, I had a list of 10 podcasts that I listen to. That list was divided into three different sections. The problem with doing it that way… Continue reading Changing numbers in an ordered list
My wife and I decided to have solar panels installed on our house last summer. It took a few months for our panels to actually get installed and be approved and we have been living on solar power for the past two months or so. I’m thrilled with our decision and I wanted to talk… Continue reading 5 Things Think About Before Going Solar
I’ve been using Autodesk Inventor for half of my life at this point and it’s a software that I love and know well. I’ve been teaching Inventor to my students for the past several years and I wanted to make some videos outlining how to do various tasks in the program. I plan on adding… Continue reading How to change the background color in Autodesk Inventor
Netflix just announced that they are allowing user to download videos to their devices for offline viewing. My wife and I are planning on taking an overseas trip next year and this is welcomed news for the flight. In the video below I show you how to download videos directly to your iOS device. NOTE:… Continue reading How to download Netflix moves to your iOS device
I’ve been getting a ton of unwanted iOS Calendar invites recently and I wanted to take care of the problem. In the video above I show you how to easily categorize and deleted invites quickly.
As part of our solar panel system, we have free online monitoring. The panels run into a SolarEdge inverter, which is web enabled. This gives us the ability to see how each panel is performing as well as monitoring out daily, weekly, month, quarterly, and/or yearly production. It’s a pretty solid system that I find… Continue reading SolarEdge Online Monitoring Review: Basic
With our recent upgrade to solar, we also wanted to get a Level 2 charger for the house. The same people who installed our solar panels, put in our charger as there is a fair bit of electrical work to do for each. Before getting the charger I did a ton of research on which… Continue reading JuiceBox Pro 40 EV Charger Review
My favorite screen capture and editing software Camtasia recently came out with a new version. Needless to say, I got a copy of it instantly and started working with it. After a few hours of use, here are my first impressions: If you are interested in understanding how to use the software, I created a… Continue reading 5 New Things in Camtasia (and 1 disappointment)
Fixing vertical video is quick and easy with Camtasia. In the video above I show how to go about correcting it while still getting a full screened video.
I often rewatch TV shows much to my wife’s annoyance. And on of the things that bugs me about Amazon Video is that it doesn’t do a very good job of remembering what you watched last if you are going through a show again. I looked over several blogs and Amazon support pages and there… Continue reading Resetting watched list on Amazon Video