Best way to format/partition external HD for OS intercompatibility? [more inside]
Did my iPod Classic finally kick the bucket? It's a generic "Portable Audio Player" now, and Windows refuses to format it. [more inside]
How do I restore a laptop hard drive to factory settings through my desktop? [more inside]
I'm trying to edit the video shot with my Nikon P7000 in Adobe Premiere 5.03, but I get what looks like keyframe issues at the editing stage, rendered or not. iMovie doesn't have the same issue, but I have severe issues with iMovie. Please advise. [more inside]
Should I have any longevity concerns about .epub files? [more inside]
How to craft a strategic calendar? [more inside]
would spamfilters kill an unknown file format? [more inside]
DesignFilter-ish: I'm working on a project involving formatting lesson plans, activities, and readings for a secondary school level.
What are some things I should be paying attention to? [more inside]
I'm considering getting an ebook reader, and I'm trying to decide between the Kindle and the Nook. If I get a Kindle, am I leashing myself to the Amazon store? If I get a Nook, could I buy books from other stores or borrow ebooks from my library? [more inside]
How can I repair / access an Integral/Courier 4GB USB memory stick? When I plug it in Windows 7 [Home Premium, 64bit] says the "Device needs to be reset before it can be used", then "Failed to reset the device to factory default". [more inside]
Final Cut Pro 6 no longer asking me to change my sequence settings to match my clip settings. Why has it stopped doing this? [more inside]
I was laid off in December, but my last day was in November. Which do I put on my resume? [more inside]
Is there a windows utility to read the creator / type information of old (pre OSX) mac files? [more inside]
My team and I are writing a computer application for which aspects of the file format are very likely to change in future releases. The format is in XML. Does anyone know any resources on the web that lays down general principles about how to make a file format that is as extensible as possible for the future (and minimizes the possibility of cross-version breakage)?
How can I make Media Player Classic my default video player in Windows Vista with the least effort possible? [more inside]