Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

New transparent phone































its transparent housing varies depending on the weather! Thus, in the sunny days, the screen will be completely transparent.
Window Phone - concept phone On one hand, clear conceptual phones already, so this is not just the first, but on the other, the so-called Window Phone has one impressive feature - its transparent housing varies depending on the weather! Thus, in the sunny days, the screen will be completely transparent, on a rainy day it will appear «virtual» drop, but it is covered with frost frost. Ie translucent screen will look like as well as present a window into a variety of weather. I do not know how it will be practical, but at least, very original! :)

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Technology and Learning Resources

Tech Tips – News and Information about Technology
Faculty Resources
MySolano (Banner) training materials
Changing your logon passwordDell D620 User's Guide
New Telephone and Voicemail ProceduresThink Small! A Beginner's Guide to Using Technology to Promote Learning (Download this article as a PDF file)
$ideas email listWireless Access Frequently Asked Questions
How to install the Solano Community College Certificate Authority (Windows XP - pdf)
How to install the Solano Community College Certificate Authority (Windows Vista - pdf)'Clean Access' Frequently Asked Questions
Staying Safe from Worms, Viruses, Trojans, and MoreRumor - Dangers of Telemarketers Starting to Call your Cell Phone
Articles posted by Jay Field

Dell™ Latitude™ D620 User's Guide

Dell™ Latitude™ D620 User's Guide
Finding Information
System Setup Program
About Your Computer
Reinstalling Software
Using a Battery
Adding and Replacing Parts
Using the Keyboard
Dell™ QuickSet Features
Using the Display
Traveling With Your Computer
Using Multimedia
Getting Help
Using a Network
Specifications
Using Cards
Appendix
Securing Your Computer
Glossary
Troubleshooting


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