Moxi Tip #9: Some DVR Basics

Many prople on this and other forums are long-time Digital Video Recorder (DVR) users, but what about those of you who are new to the DVR world? Read on for some "DVR Basics" that will help you get the most out of your DVR experience... What's a DVR and how does it differ from a […]

Gmail Tip #36: Some Email Management Tips

This tip is inspired by an inquiry by "Debra" about how to find archived email. Though I cover Archiving in Gmail Tip #12: "Archiving" Explained, I feel that some general email management tips are in order. Managing email within Gmail can be easy or difficult depending on how you handle them. Read on for some […]

Moxi Tip #7: Moxi Vs ReplayTV

As a long-time ReplayTV DVR owner, comparisons are inevitable, so here are my rather lengthy impressions of Moxi in comaprison with ReplayTV. This comparison is an enhancement to a posting I made over on the AVS Forum. I have refined it a bit and added some more information, so read on for all you never […]

Moxi Tip #2: Where Can I Get Moxi Information?

Read on to see some links to more Moxi information... Digeo The company that manufactures Moxi. There is a lot of excellent product information here. www.Digeo.com or www.moxi.com AVS Forum This is an excellent resource for A/V technologies www.AVSForum.com HDTV Recorder Forum This is a great resource on the AVS Forum for HDTV Digital Video […]

Moxi Tip #1: What The Heck Is Moxi?

OK, so I'm providing Moxi information. I'm going to add some Moxi Tips. I'll be comparing Moxi to some comparable products. So you ask, "What the heck is Moxi?" Read on to find out... "Moxi" is a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) from Digeo (www.digeo.com) similar in concept to ReplayTV and TiVo, but it goes way […]

Gmail Tip #17: Advanced Search - View Multiple Labels

Gmail has some advanced searching capabilities that, if you take the time to learn, enables you drill down to very specific information. In future tips, you'll learn many of the advanced searching functions, but in this tip, (sent in by "Juan Valera") you'll learn how to search for specific messages based on their Labels including […]

Gmail Tip #10: Some Tips about Conversations

Conversations are very handy. They group related emails letting you easily track what was sent and to whom it was sent. One thing that you might overlook is that is that you need to remember that when you perform an action on a conversation such as "Print", "Move to Trash", or "Report as Spam", you […]

Sony to Suspend Clie Handheld Line

According to a Palm Infocenter article, Sony is "suspending" it's Clie PDAs, not releaseing any new models to the US market this Fall. This hits hard to many CLie devotees. Despite the news, the Sony Clie NX topics here on JimsTips.com will continue to exist. Unfortunatly, I haven't added much new content simply because I […]

Welcome to GmailTips.com!

Wow! Something's new! Yep, after a few years, I decided to migrate from Joomla to WordPress as my back-end site software. I find it to be better for my needs, so I hope that it will let me provide more timely and more frequent content. Second, I have included an RSS feed from the Official […]

Tip #24-HandStory-faking a schedule

This "tip" is very specialized, but some may find it useful... Though I REALLY love HandStory (it's my first choice for offline browsers) I have one small issue: There is no way to schedule when clips are updated. I leave my PC on 24/7, so faithfully around Midnight, HandStory auto-updates. Not bad, but unfortunatly, that […]
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