by MileHighMarketing | 2011-Sep-29 | Blog, Business/Companies, Featured, Productivity, Resource Links, Slider, Software, Tools |
We’re familiar with several Requirements Management tools. Here are some of our favorites, plus a resource link to FREE online tools & services.
by MileHighMarketing | 2011-Aug-4 | Blog, Business/Companies, Collaboration, How-To-Guides, Productivity, Slider, Software | Yesterday GoToMeeting announced a new feature to their web conferencing service...they now support video conferencing with up to 6 meeting attendees sharing their webcams through a new feature called HD Faces. The onscreen display will show the normal presentation (shared screen of the Presenter), and can also show up to 6 webcams simultaneously during the [...]
by MileHighMarketing | 2010-Dec-24 | Blog, Mac, Software, Tools, Videos | One of the most important aspects of presenting is for an audience to be able to follow what the presenter is doing. Clicking the mouse is usually easily missed, so Mouseposé 3 now lets you visualize the mouse clicks by drawing a red circle (or two or three depending on the number of mouse clicks) [...]
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Dec-17 | Blog, Blogging, Browsers, Business/Companies, Featured, How-To-Guides, Knowledgebase, Productivity, Resource Links, Slider, Software, Tools, Web, WordPress |
How to fix problems in WordPress caused by plugin conflicts after upgrading, installing, or activating a new plugin or theme, or upgrading the WordPress platform.
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Jul-9 | Blogging, Other Content, Security, Software, Web, WordPress | WordPress has released an upgrade to 2.8 to the new 2.8.1 which includes some much needed tightened security. WordPress 2.8.1 fixes many bugs and tightens security for plugin administration pages. Core Security Technologies notified us that admin pages added by certain plugins could be viewed by unprivileged users, resulting in information being leaked. Not all [...]
by MileHighMarketing | 2009-Jun-10 | Blog, Computers, Featured, Mac, Marketing, Reviews, Slider, Software |
I had never used iMovie before this, so there was a short learning curve of using iMovie over a period of about 3 days. But it wasn’t a bad experience. There was some frustration getting the transitions to work (some of which I ultimately could not get to work), and I never did get the hang of using the fine tuning editor, but overall iMovie was easy enough to learn for creating a basic movie in a short time frame.