Sometimes your travel plans just don’t work out and you’re stuck in a city with no place to stay. Maybe the hotel was overbooked or your friends are unexpectedly out of town, and you need to find a last minute place to sleep. Here are a few options you can try when you need to take a rest.
Everyone feels it at some point in their professional life: I’m a fraud and everyone is about to find out. It’s healthy to question your own qualifications and take pause, but then you need to find a way to move forward and regain your confidence.
Even professional market analysts have a hard time pinpointing the forces that can possibly explain why the market goes up and down. But there is one thing that seems indisputable: There’s no shortage of brain forces at work when it comes to investing.
Finding time to exercise is tough. You can squeeze in some extra calorie burning by skipping the car and taking public transportation instead. It isn’t the same as going for a run, but a recent study suggests taking the bus or train could still make a difference.
Not everyone has access to professional therapists or psychologists, but we all face life’s difficulties and need to find ways to deal with them. With some simple therapeutic tactics and methods, you might be able to help yourself overcome your more manageable problems.
Microsoft recently announced a security advisory warning of specially crafted Microsoft Office files that can give an attacker the same user rights as the user that opens it. The vulnerability affects all supported releases of Microsoft Windows, excluding Windows Server 2003.
Building a hackintosh—that is, installing Mac OS X on non-Apple hardware—used to require extremely restricted hardware choices and quite a bit of know-how. Now your options are vast and the installation process is fairly simple. With that in mind, here is our always up-to-date guide to building a hackintosh that will walk you through purchasing compatible parts, building your machine, and installing OS X all on your own.