and attach one of the tags to your glasses. Voila your problem has been refocussed to a new issue - finding the remote for this device.
I suggested to a friend that he attach his oft-lost glasses to one of those neck chains. He complained that he would forget that they were hanging around his neck. My reply: Make the neck chain out of barbed wire!
Doesn't seam to work for windows 7 I've found that I do better not wearing my reading glasses when on the computer so hardly ever wear them any more can't seam to get my point across to the eye doctors that I want my reading glasses to have a focal point at 30 to 48 " from the screen so about 10 years ago I just quit going to them my eyes have thanked me for it
Innocent thread about forum enhancements, then fun stuff like shortcuts and keyboards crept in and poof, my favorite stab at QA!
the company rolls out new Quality Assurance Program, The Big "Q"
Naturally, Assurance is too late for Control....
Click on the pic, don't squint to read it, squint from laughter.
Scott Adams, some kind of brilliant!
...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...
Dilbert's creator Scott Adams has made quite a name for himself with his blog: Scott Adams' Blog . In addition to being a cartoonist, he's also a computer programmer, a Berkeley MBA, and an influential writer on topics like critical thinking and persuasion.
In Firefox, simply holding down the Ctrl key and rolling the scroll wheel will increase/decrease the font size on the page.
I know you guys have pretty much stayed away from merchandising inthis site with the exception of the plans and classified ads but I for one would like to see a HMT.net product line with coffee mug caps key fobs ink pens pocket knives, the ones use box cutter blades and fold up to 2 /12 inches long,"T shirts although printed differently than the Tool of the week "T" shirt to keep that on especial. Maybe even jackets on special order.
I also know I will catch a lot of flack from even mentioning this because as has been stated by a few the reason they like this site is it is not about the money.
But items such as these make great gifts.
Whenever I'm out and about wearing my HMT net "T" shirt I am always asked about the site which usually turns into lengthy conversation about making their own tools the URL is always written down for them. I shrill for this site almost on a daily basis
My house pockets and shop would be filled with HMT memorabilia.
DIYer (Sep 12, 2017)
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