Capture 3 beta

MadCap Software announced an open beta of Capture V3, MadCap’s screen capture tool. According to MadCap: Version 3 of Capture builds on the strengths of the initial version of MadCap Capture and dramatically improves cross product integration with the full suite of MadCap Software tools. Additionally Capture Version 3 has added many requested user features, […]

Continue Reading 0

Is Nothing Sacred?

Computerworld reports that a group of hackers claim they have broken into Govenor Palin’s private e-mail account, hosted on Yahoo!. As proof, they have apparently released screenshots of her address book and family photos that were stored in the e-mail account. I’m not wanting this to be a political discussion, in part, because I haven’t […]

Continue Reading 0

Flare 4 Released

MadCap Software announced the release of Flare 4 today. Here is the press release: I’ll post more information later.

Continue Reading 0

One idiot ruins it for the whole group

Remember when you were in elementary school and there was that one really annoying kid in your class who didn’t know when to shut up, and caused the whole class to miss recess or some other fun activity? We have the 21st century version of the classroom idiot happening right now on this here blog. […]

Continue Reading 1

No Need to Uninstall Chrome after all

In case you were ready to uninstall Chrome because of what I said in this post, Google updated the EULA for Chrome to the following: 11. Content license from you 11.1 You retain copyright and any other rights you already hold in Content which you submit, post or display on or through, the Services. So, […]

Continue Reading 4