Every time I plug a Digital Camera or an iPod/iPhone in my PC, it’s categorized under “Portable Devices” on My Computer. Normally when it’s a USB Drive, you can easily Right+Click and hit Eject on its Drive on My Computer or from the tray icon bar. But how do I do this on Portable Devices especially on pricey gadgets like a tablet or DSLR?
In general, you can just pull out the device, if you’re not “accessing” or “synching” the device. Meaning, there should be no file operation ongoing. If its a camera, just turn off the camera and then disconnect or remove the USB cable.
If you want to stay updated on everything Android, you may want to bookmark the Official Android Blog now.
Yes! Due to the overwhelming demand for an Android-only blog, Google launched a blog site that is all Android!
The website is http://officialandroid.blogspot.com/ and its called Android Official Blog.
The mark of a true gamer.
It’s a callus from resting that part of the wrist on a hard desktop or uncomfortable mouse pad while holding onto a computer mouse. They’re very common among PC gamers, especially the hard-core ones.
The mark is located at that point where your wrist rubs against the desk when using a mouse. PC gaming involves a lot of mouse movement and therefore a lot of friction on that one point. Console gamers don’t have this for obvious reasons.
Nerd Venn Diagram: Geek, Dork or Dweeb?
Nerd, Geek and Dork Defined by Diagram This is why I love the internet. It is just a treasure trove of some of the most complex questions, to be found on our universe today…Such as this…Life long curiosity answered!
This is a great ice breaker at any party. I don’t know how explanatory it is nor how accurate, but just explaining these terms with a Venn diagram is in itself geeky or nerdy or something. But it is an excellent attempt to chart the topology of the three traits. What a kick. I feel inspired now to draw a diagram to explain the relationship between real life, virtual reality, dream states, and how they all overlap with obfuscation or memory loss.
The Venn diagram above helps the not so tech-slang savvy navigate the difference between the confusing terms “geek,” “nerd,” “dork,” and “dweeb.” Apparently “geek” is at the intersection of “intelligence” and “obsession” — hey, I’ll take it! Obviously, I don’t think that “geek” is an unflattering term or characteristic. After all — geek is chic, right? or is it the new sexy? Does the word “dweeb” make anyone else think of ’90s-era sitcoms? or the guys that call you a dweeb are from the 50s?