Saturday, February 9, 2008: Everything tech: your calls, comments, instant messages and emails about technology and pop culture...it's Online Tonight with David Lawrence for a Saturday.
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Tonight's notes: (?)
Ripping defined via Geekspeak, browser issues all over the place with problems with Safari on an older iMac and Mozilla not recognizing an install of Quicktime and more.
Massive controversy erupts over advice given to a caller about USB 2.0 - does connecting a USB 1.1 device to a USB 2.0 controller slow down all the data to USB 1.1 speeds? Also, why Norton Internet Security won't allow a caller to get online with a Cingular Wireless card and more.
Read only files, permissions, attributes and more from a power user, why I recommend letting computer technicians do small simple upgrades, why inverters need to be used when trying to use your laptops in cars and more.
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