As a company, we love serving our community in many different ways. In the past, we have done several hands-on projects, raised money, and collected food for various agencies. Of course, there are many people who need and ask for help, but the minute two young men approached me about supporting the North Gwinnett Robotics Club, I knew I had to bring it before the owners. Why did we choose to support them, you ask?
Ok, I found this one this morning and just thought it was cool. Select some text (using whatever method you desire), hold CTRL and Shift and press either < or > to decrease or increase the font size. This works in Microsoft Word, Outlook, and probably other Microsoft programs as well. I tried it in OpenOffice Writer and it did’t work there however.
Along similar lines, while in a web browser you can hold CTRL and press + or – to increase the font size that is being displayed.
The internet is full of handy tricks, and you may have heard of this one already. But, I just accidentally stumbled upon it when I fat fingered the wrong key while trying to use another trick I learned a million years ago and thought I might share. [Read more…] about Another “Handy Keyboard Shortcut”
Remember in elementary/middle school when you liked a girl? Boys had their own way of showing their affection for the opposite gender. Punching, pushing and kicking them were all socially acceptable ways to show the girl you liked that you in fact liked her. [Read more…] about Aww, I guess I AM loved
Note to self:
Do not take April Fool’s day off. Coworkers when armed with information like “man, I don’t see myself ever getting married”, or “man, I’m sure glad I don’t have to ask permission to go somewhere”, or the ever popular ”weddings are like funerals, only with better food” they tend to use it against you. One side of the coin it sucks having your wall spammed, but on the other side at least I know what they were up to. We work in an environment where nothing good comes from silence. If they did nothing, I would have likely taken Monday off too so that whatever they planted in or around my desk would have died or moved to another cube. [Read more…] about April surprise from my tormentors, err co-workers