This photo gallery gave the wrong name of the product designed by Delroy Dennisur. It's called the Power Conscience.
This post was updated with the corrected spelling on Clare Munn's name and a new photo credit, which had been provided incorrectly by a company representative. The photographer's name is Clinton Fein.
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This post was updated to correct the number ILM initially provided of computer-generated shots in the film. There were 540 CGI shots in the film.
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This post initially misstated GasBuddy.com's data source and spotter Milt Krantz' name was spelled incorrectly.
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If you create custom AutoCorrect entries to speed up your typing in Microsoft Word as I described on Monday, you might need to move those entries to another PC someday.
Years ago, Dave Rado wrote a Word macro for backing up and restoring the program's AutoCorrect files. It still works for Word 2007--or at least it did on my PC.
First, make sure macros are enabled. In Word 2003, click Tools > Macro > Security > Security Level, and select either of the bottom two options. In Word 2007, click the Office button, choose Word Options > Trust Center &… Read more
This article incorrectly spelled the name of Iberdrola and T. Boone Pickens.
If I had a nickel for every time I've typed the word "Microsoft," and another two cents for each occasion I've had to enter "Windows," I just might own the dang company by now.
I'll bet you've got your own list of terms you've typed so often you can barely see the letters on their keys anymore. But there's no need for you to spell them out each time you need to use them. Just enter them once in the AutoCorrect dialog box in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other … Read more
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A typo has been fixed in paragraph 6, changing a reference of megabits per second to kilobits per second.