Ted Wallingford got the scoop from Sightspeed’s Peter Csathy about their new and improved video mail feature. Faster, smoother, cooler. Gonna try it!
The good news is that hovering your mouse over just about anything in the Skype window will display a tool tip (a little one-sentence definition or status report). However, I found that almost right away I needed a cheat sheet for the online status icons, those green or gray clouds beside each contact. If you have anything […]
Analog audio signals: Analog audio signals are used to transmit voice data over telephone lines. This is done by varying or modulating the frequency of sound waves to accurately reflect the pitch of the sound. The same technology is used for radio wave transmissions. ATA: ATA or the analog telephone adaptor is the hardware device […]
Did you know that for the year 2006, “J” was the most popular letter of the alphabet? Okay, I made that up. I have no idea if it’s true, but three out of ten most popular baby names last year started with J…. I had a comment a few days ago from Eric C. wanting to […]
What is Skype: Skype is communications software that you can use on your computer, tablet, smartphone and other devices. It runs on computers running Windows, Mac and Linux. You can do instant messaging, voice calls and video calls My Experience with Skype: I first started using Skype about four years ago mostly for the instant […]
You’ve seen a few posts already announcing SightSpeed’s Peter Zottolo debut as DirectTV host for Fizz Newzz. Personally, I think that anyone who can move his or her eyebrows independantly of one another (and in complete control) deserves a shot, so way to go SightSpeed Guy. And how about a company (SightSpeed) that actually pays their employees to […]
Carolyn Schuk has a post about the much blogged iPhone introduced this week at MacWorld. An evolution instead of a revolution. Should we be disappointed with the lack of innovative features or impressed with the breakthrough design for a phone? Some lively comments posted as well.
This is my first post in awhile. I checked out during the holidays (for me the “holidays” consist of the day the kids are out of school ’til the day they go back–that’s a week from now). But my-o-my, the blogging community has been going strong, even over the break. I guess the VOIP world […]
So where have I been? Somewhere between snowball fights, Christmas shopping, and my other job I missed the fact that there’s another VOIPGirl in town. But thanks to some blogger friends, I’m up to speed. Did you ever play nicky-nicky-nine-door as a kid? You know, like run up and ring a doorbell and then take off, […]