Even though Easter was a few days ago, there's still time to find "virtual" Easter eggs. A virtual Easter egg is an intentional hidden message, in-joke or feature in a computer program or software, a DVD or CD, web page or video game.Leena Rao posted her favorite Easter Eggs on TechCrunch, and you can check the comments for even more.My favorite (virtual) Easter egg is in the
By default, Outlook displays the Desktop Alert above the system tray on the desktop. If you want to change where the Desktop Alert appears on your screen (or modify how long it appears, its transparency, etc.), follow these steps:
1. On Outlook's menu bar, click "Tools" and select "Options".
2. Under "E-mail", click the "E-mail Options" button.
3. Under "Message handling", click the "Advanced E-mail Options" button.
Last week it was my turn to publish a post at the Project Play blog, and the topic seems like too good of an idea not to share with a wider audience of staff who might not regularly read the postings there. So for this month's Internet topic, I'd like to simply point you there to read all about how to add new search engines to your Firefox. Here it is: "Customize Firefox to Search Si