Networking and Internet Standards Organizations
Without standards, the Internet would be chaos. The primary organization that sets
communications standards for the Internet is the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). More ...
Put Commas in Your Java Script Calculators
Writing large numbers with the digits in groups of three make the numbers easier to read.
In this article you'll learn how to code calculator applications that will accept the
entry of numbers with commas, and return results with commas. More ...
The Gamble of Workplace Romance
Because of how much time we spend at work, often more time than we have for socializing
outside of work, the chances of meeting someone that we're interested in at work is very
probable. But is romance compatible with success at work, or can it become a career disaster? More ...
Wrapping Text Around Images
By default the baseline of the image is placed on the same baseline as the text. If you
want the text to wrap around the image, use the image tag's align attribute. More ...
What Are Private IP Addresses?
Normally you have to be assigned an IP address, or a group of IP addresses by a Regional Internet
Registry. However, if you just need IP addresses for an internal network that will not be routed
to the Internet, you can select from blocks of IP addresses reserved as Private IP addresses. More ...
How to Use Basic Linear Gradients in Inkscape
Gradients are a very powerful effect you can use to make your drawings look more professional.
In this article you learn that gradients are very easy to use in the amazing, powerful, and free
Inkscape vector graphics drawing application. More ...
Where to Get Graphics and Photographs for Your eBook
With the resources and techniques described here, there's no reason you can't add charts, diagrams,
illustrations, or photographs to add quality, usability, and value to your information product. More ...
Length of Line on a Grid calculator
To use this online length of a line on a grid calculator click on the grid to define the
ends of a line or enter end point values in the text boxes. More ...
Fix Windows 7 Repeatedly Tries to Update
If your PC repeatedly tries to install updates each time it's shut down, it's most likely
because a Windows update has failed. Microsoft created the System Update Readiness Tool
for Windows 7 because of an inconsistency in the Windows servicing store which may prevent
the successful installation of updates, service packs, and software. More ...
30 Questions comparing OSI and TCP/IP Models
This practice test contains 30 questions related to part 1.1 of the CompTIA Network+
Certification Exam - compare the layers of the OSI and TCP/IP models. More ...
Don't Have Permission to Write to Drive
If you move a drive to another computer, you may lose permission to write to that drive.
That's because the previous system set access permissions for the drive. Here's how to
reset access permissions. More ...
Pain Drug Side Effects
All pain drugs have side effects. In fact, the most common pain drugs; acetaminophen (aspirin)
and ibuprofen (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs or NSAIDs) cause over 100,000
hospitalizations and 16,500 deaths in the U.S. every year. More ...
Is Not Getting Enough Sleep Making You Fat?
Leptin is a hormone that is secreted into the bloodstream by fat cells found in the stomach.
It signals the brain to release hormones that tell you when you've eaten enough. To regulate
normal leptin production, just make you log enough sleep. More ...
Best CompTIA Network+ Certification Exam Preparation Materials
There's a lot of CompTIA Network+ study and exam preparation materials out there,
The ones I've presented here are the some of the best materials available. Most importantly
they all come with computer based practice exams. More ...
NTOSKRNL Missing or Corrupt Error Message
The file ntoskrnl.exe is a core Windows operating system file. If it's corrupt or missing
your PC will not be able to startup. This article shows you how to repair NTOSKRNL missing
or corrupt error. More ...
Man in the Middle Attack
In a Man in the Middle (MIM) attack the hacker places eavesdropping equipment between the
sending device and the receiving device. He intercepts the data, records it and possibly
modifies it, then sends it on to the intended receiving device. More ...
Keep Your Firefox Browsing Private
As you browse the web, Firefox saves a lot of information about your activities: phrases
you've typed into search engines, sites you've visited, files you've downloaded, and more.
There may be times, however, when you don't want other users of your computer to view this information. More ...
Java Script Code to Re-arrange Items in a Select List
In this article you'll learn how to use Java Script to re-arrange items in a select list.
I'll explain the code in detail so that you'll be able to fully understand and modify it
for your own use. More ...
Certain characters have programming meaning to the Java Script interpreter, so you may
have problems with them when using them in a string. If you need to use one of these
characters in a string, you need to substitute it with an escape sequence. More ...