Multimedia Tech Tips

Techs in the City (Video Podcast)

Video 005: Embed a Google map into your web page. (FLASH video with captions)
Transcript Embed a Google map into your web page. (PDF text file)

Video 004: Use Internet Explorer to move files out to a web server. (FLASH video with captions)
Transcript
Internet Explorer to move files out to a web server. (PDF text file)

Video 003: Use Adobe Contribute CS3 to Create links from your web pages to other web sites. (FLASH video with captions)
Transcript
Use Adobe Contribute CS3 to Create links from your web pages to other web sites. (PDF text file)

Video 002: Use Adobe Contribute CS3 to Create Your Own Web Site: part 2, adding pages, links and photos. (FLASH video with captions)
Transcript
Use Adobe Contribute CS3 to Create Your Own Web Site: part 2, adding pages, links and photos. (PDF text file)

Video 001: Use Adobe Contribute CS3 to Create Your Own Web Site: part 1, getting started (FLASH video with captions)
Transcript
Use Adobe Contribute CS3 to Create Your Own Web Site: part 1, getting started (PDF text file)

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Tech Tips (Audio Podcast)

Episode 18: Use Internet Explorer to move files to a remote computer. (audio MP3 file)
Episode 18:
Transcript: Use Internet Explorer to move files to a remote computer. (PDF text file)
 

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Episode 12: Rescue the hard drive from a broken computer (audio MP3 file).
Episode 12:
Transcript: Rescue the hard drive from a broken computer (PDF text file).

Episode 11:
Keeping up to date with technology information(audio MP3 file).
Episode 11:
Transcript: Keeping up to date with technology information(PDF text file).

Episode 10: Creating iPod video movies using free PC software (audio MP3 file)
Episode 10: Transcript: Creating iPod video movies using free PC software (PDF text transcript)

Episode 9: Concealing the email addresses of recipients when sending email to a large group (MP3 audio file)
Episode 9: Transcript: Concealing the email addresses of recipients when sending email to a large group (PDF text file)

Episode 8: Searching for User Manuals with the Retrevo Search Engine (MP3 audio file)
Episode 8: Searching for User Manuals with the Retrevo Search Engine (PDF text file)

Episode 7: Converting an Audio File from the Windows Media (WMA) Format to the MP3 format (audio version)
Episode 7: Converting an Audio File from the Windows Media (WMA) Format to the MP3 format (text version)

Episode 6: Subscribing to Podcasts: An Update (audio version)
Episode 6: Subscribing to Podcasts: An Update. (text version)

Episode 5: Free software from Audacity for recording and processing digital audio. (audio version)
Episode 5: Free software from Audacity for
recording and processing digital audio. (text version)

Episode 4: Free software from Picasa for managing your digital photos. (audio version)
Episode 4: Free software from Picasa for
managing your digital photos. (text version)

Episode 3: Access the New York Times Select free of charge. (audio version)
Episode 3: Access the
New York Times Select free of charge. (text version)

Episode 2: Printing when no printer is available. (audio version)
Episode 2:
Printing when no printer is available. (text version)

Episode 1: Welcome to Tech Tips. (audio version)
Episode 1:
Welcome to Tech Tips. (text version)

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Last updated September 29, 2008.Video 004: Use Internet Explorer to move files out to a web server. (FLASH video with captions)
Transcript Internet Explorer to move files out to a web server. (PDF text file)