If you are anything like me, you quickly got tired of having to delete the “On such-and-such a date, so-and-so wrote:” attribution quote line every ..single ..time ..you replied to an email in Mac’s native mail program, Mail.app. Oddly, given how friendly the Mac generally is, there is no way to alter, customize, edit, or remove that infernal line through preferences. Or, really, through any other obvious way. Here’s how to change it. Here is how to fix it for all versions, including the change for 10.8 Mountain Lion!
With the travel season upon us, here’s how to find out whether an airport offers free wireless Internet access (“wifi”), so that you can use your laptop to find a place to sleep if you’re stuck at the airport. But first, let us remind you to be very careful when booking your travel arrangements online, and be wary of search engine advertisements for cheap airline ticket sites which are actually phishing sites.
For some reason we have had a lot of searches this week asking how to get rid of Internet cookies. It’s really quite easy, but to make it even easier, we are going to cover it for you here.
Are you one of those people who find IVR (integrated voice response) systems and automated telephone attendants impersonal, annoying, and hey, just plain rude? Do you sometimes think that you’ll go postal if you have to navigate one more voice menu? How many times have you entered your account number three or four times only to find yourself frustratingly disconnected because the IVR system “didn’t understand your request”? Well, if any of the above describes you (or hey, even if it doesn’t) you’re going to be thrilled at what we have found for you!
We’ve talked some about cookies (the kind which are saved on your computer, not the kind which you eat, although look at the bottom of this post for a great cookies-that-you-eat recipe!) Some of the most frequently asked questions which we get regarding cookies are “how can I find out what cookies are lurking […]
“Dear Internet Patrol, How do I read the fine print in the spam’s header information to determine from where the spam really originated? I forwarded one to firstname.lastname@example.org, and they sent me an e-mail saying it wasn’t a correct address. Thank you, Kim” Dear Kim: Here’s how.
The Internet Patrol is an established web presence that provides Internet and technology news and information. The Internet Patrol averages approximately 300k page views per month with over 200k visits per month, the majority of which are generated by search traffic. The vast majority of these visitors are looking for answers to their search queries. Because you can pick and choose on which pages of our site your ad will appear, you can target your advertisement to exactly those visitors and readers who are looking for exactly what you have to offer!