Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Brian Livingston

Brian Livingston has more than 30 years' experience as a computer manager and technology writer. His latest book is Muscular Portfolios. He is also the author or co-author of 11 books on Windows software.

Will Outlook 2007 Wreck Your E-Mail?

If you switch to Outlook 2007 from some earlier Microsoft e-mail program -- such as Outlook 2003 or Outlook Express -- many of the messages you receive...

Now, Rechargeable Batteries You Can Rely On

Rechargeable batteries are a great idea. Who wouldn't want to use batteries that would last years and years, with a few periodic rechargings? Up until now, however,...

Put a Projector in Your Pocket

Most of us don't carry a laptop projector with us when we travel -- but that might change with the emergence of new technology that allows projectors...

Lead Generation via Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing -- the practice of allowing thousands of small Web sites to send potential buyers to your e-business site -- is entering a renaissance of sorts. I...

Affiliate Marketing Gets Its Own Web 2.0

LAS VEGAS -- It seems like everyone is buzzing about "Web 2.0." This catch-all phrase is usually used to explain fast-growing portals, such as MySpace and YouTube,...

Tiny Bluetooth Adapter Leading Micro Revolution?

The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which was held in Las Vegas earlier this month, focused enormous media attention on really BIG subjects, like which vendor was...

Best of Executive Tech, Part 2

Here’s Part Two of our year-end “Greatest Hits” collection of Executive Tech columns – all readers’ favorites. Happy holidays! IE 7 Unbalances QuickBooks If you install IE 7,...

Best of Executive Tech, Part 1

Here’s a year-end “Greatest Hits” collection of Executive Tech columns. Next week we’ll post another bunch of readers’ favorites. Happy holidays! How to Know When Unsubscribing Isn't...

Has the ‘SpamThru’ Trojan Doubled Spam or Not?

Screaming headlines in the past few days have proclaimed that unsolicited bulk e-mail -- known universally as spam -- has broken all known records. But is...

A Unique Cell Phone Gift

It isn't often that you see a technology -- or a Christmas gift -- that's appropriate for pre-teens, retired people, and truck drivers. These groups are all...

Holiday Gifts for the Executive Geek

Most of the time, I urge my readers to be cautious and frugal. But now it's the Christmas shopping season, so that advice has to go right...

Behavior Blocking Coming to (Some) PCs

A major U.S. Internet service provider (ISP) plans to offer a novel security technology to its millions of customers within the next month. EarthLink, based in Atlanta,...

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As artificial intelligence has become a growing force in business, today’s top AI companies are leaders in this emerging technology. Often leveraging cloud computing and...