Select All Facebook Friends to Invite

Dec 15

Select All Facebook Friends to Invite

1. Install Mozilla Firefox if you don’t already have it and launch it. 2. Log into Facebook and go to your page you want to invite users to. 3. Click on the “Invite Friends” link, and make sure you are searching “All Friends” instead of the “Recent Interactions”. 4. Scroll all the way down on the list until your last friend...

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Steam: Stay Logged In & Remember Password (Firefox)

Aug 30

Steam: Stay Logged In & Remember Password (Firefox)

I’ve struggled with Firefox not offering to remember my Steam Store (or Steam Community) password, and the non-existance of a “remember me” or “keep me logged in” button. I realize that Valve and Steam do this for account security, especially since some people might leave their Steam Store logged in on a public/cafe computer and have...

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Flash Google CR-48 BIOS Without Luigi or Ubuntu

Apr 10

Flash Google CR-48 BIOS Without Luigi or Ubuntu

A while after Google started sending out the CR-48 netbooks, it’s write-protected security system was undoubtedly compromised. Shortly after Hexxeh created a tool called Luigi, which has actually been taken down since then due to a bug he’s found which causes the system to lose its original and unique BIOS. I personally feel he is over-reacting as...

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AirPrint on Windows Hosts

Dec 01

AirPrint on Windows Hosts

When Apple announced AirPrint, they said it would work with any shared printer, but right before it’s release, it killed that off. Apple now claims it only supports OS X machines with select HP printers. Of course there’s unoffical workarounds to get it working with any printer, and also on a Windows host OS as well. It wasn’t that straight-forward...

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Fixed Windows 7 Sound (Popping, Cracking & Skipping)

Nov 25

Fixed Windows 7 Sound (Popping, Cracking & Skipping)

I’ve had some strange issues with my PC since building it… It’s had an odd sound problem in which the longer the PC is powered on, the worse it seems to get. It would crack, and pop, and even skip and cut out for a brief moment. It made consuming any form of digital media unbearable unless I were to reboot the PC beforehand. Now some initial...

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