I have a lot of PDFs and some of them contain my notes and annotations. How can I single out the annotated files without opening them all, one by one? [more inside]
I am searching for a ballpoint pen - Papermate Pendulum. Can anyone help me find some? [more inside]
Is there any coded thing to find and collect *.mp3 from my hdd according to my loved last.fm songs and make a .m3u ?
Is there any coded thing to find and collect *.mp3 from my hdd according to my loved last.fm songs and make a .m3u ? I scrobble mainly from my PC so it would be really great to have this possibility of possibilities !! [more inside]
Can I search my Mac by relative creation/modified date? [more inside]
Please help me find this. I've exhausted my online searching skills. [more inside]
How would I find my Chicago doppleganger? [more inside]
How to find a movie title, given plot details? On the web, without bothering humans. [more inside]
How can I narrow down a search for a specific company in a foreign country (in this case Brazil). [more inside]
Is possible to disable "find in page" on Safari 4 Beta? [more inside]
How do I change it so the find function in Firefox 3 isn't case sensitive? [more inside]
Can you help me find an email address for Harriet Hall, MD - aka the "Skepdoc"? [more inside]
I need to do a massive replace of Flash object HTML code throughout an entire site. I really don't want to download each page and fix it by hand. [more inside]
How do I find someone's email address from the web? [more inside]
I'm writing an query in MS Access to get column 1 = product ID, column 2 = product Description. However, the description field has addtional spec data that I don't need. I want to remove anything after the first word, meaning remove after the first blank space. Example: Prod ID Prod Desc 10-362-3 Packing DT 12-345-5 Seal XT L-23 Desired result: 10-362-3 Packing 12-345-5 Seal I tried to use FIND or SEARCH functions to identify the position of the first blank space and to truncate everything after that. However, Access does not recoganize either FIND or SEARCH. Does anyone have any idea how to accomplish this? Thanks.