Just sharing some news: Habanero, the company I work for, was just selected by Calgary Inc. as one of “Calgary’s Best Places to Work” in its July/August 2008 issue. Fourteen companies representing different industries were chosen, and Habanero won in the Creative Industries category. Looking for a job in Calgary? Check us out!
How long do you think it will be until people start calling the John Appleseed phone number shown in the new iPhone demo movie? In case you want to call, here it is: (408) 550-3542. Alternately you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
At the office I’m forced to use a PC for some of my work as our IT department does not want to support Macs internally (for fear of their jobs likely). For those who don’t know, I’m a Mac guy. I like Macs better, do better work on them, am more productive and enjoy the experience of working on a computer that has a end-user in mind.
One thing has been bothering me lately though while working on the PC. Why is it that PC’s lack any reasonable way to take a screenshot?
Apple has this all built-in. I take a screenshot, can crop it, choose the output format (PNG, PDF, JPEG, etc.). On Windows you’re left with either print screen and the labourious task of opening and cropping images or purchasing a third-party screen capture tool. Ridiculous. It’s become such a hassle that I often do screen captures on my mac at home just to save a bunch of time.
Are there legitimate reasons for this windows limitation? Have I missed something? What are your solutions?
I’m up to my armpits in work this week plus have an assignment due for the UBC Web Analytics course. Remembering that life is not all work, please enjoy: