Category Archives: Nomadicy
Move to Washington DC or Seattle a study on the best places to live in the small. It was a struggle for me when I lived in big-home and car-centric Los Angeles.
Though I had switched to a Motorola Droid, I kept carrying my iPhone with me. But now that I have Google Listen, Evernote and VIP Access for Android, I have duplicated all of my critical apps on my Droid. Itâ€™s … Continue reading
Monday I had to factory reset my Motorola Droid. I was unable to wake my phone. It was on, the green new mail light was flashing, but when I pressed the power button to wake it up, nothing happened. The … Continue reading
Wear your shirts till they’re thread bare. When you wear out your shirts, save the buttons (don’t forget the spares) and collar stays before you throw it out. Use the buttons to repair shirts that don’t carry spare buttons and … Continue reading
Couldn’t figure out why my Linksys WRT54G router wasn’t connecting to the modem Comcast sent me. After spending most of last night, and part of this evening, I found this site. Unplug your comcast modem for 30 seconds so it … Continue reading
The Nomadicoder is now using WordPress!
One problem I have with on line blog software is that you have to be on line to post entries. I’m giving Ecto a try. It appears to let me draft my posts off line and possibly even queue up … Continue reading
MacDevCenter.com: Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 4 by y Franï¿½ois Joseph de Kermadec — This is the fourth part of a series discussing how to travel safely with your Mac OS X laptop. Today’s focus is on what … Continue reading
Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 3 by François Joseph de Kermadec and François Joseph de Kermadec — This is the third part of a series discussing how to travel safely with your Mac OS X laptop. Today’s focus … Continue reading
Here’s part 2 Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 2 by François Joseph de Kermadec — This is the second part of a series that will run over the next few weeks discussing how to travel safely with your … Continue reading