With his 90th birthday in July, a trip into space scheduled for later in the year and a new book out next month, 2009 promises to be an exciting time for James Lovelock. But the originator of the Gaia theory, which describes Earth as a self-regulating planet, has a stark view of the future of humanity. He tells Gaia Vince we have one last chance to save ourselves - and it has nothing to do with nuclear power...
Windows 7 is not able to index the contents of network shares or mapped network drives. This has been frustrating me and many others for some time. There is a workaround for this detailed below:
Example - your old windows xp machine has all your data stored on it and windows desktop search 4.0 installed and indexed. You have a Windows 7 PC and you want to search for files on the win xp machine but the inbuilt desktop search cannot index netwoked computers or drives.
Solution - On the windows XP machine Install windows desktop search 4.0 and index all the files and folders you wish to search.
share the folder or drive on the windows XP machine.
In windows desktop search options add a unc path eg \\server\drive
On the windows 7 machine, map the network drive from the windows XP machine to a drive letter.
log onto the mapped drive using the user name and password you would normally use to log onto the windows XP machine.
On the windows 7 machine open the mapped network drive and type the words you want to search for in the search box at the top right of the window. The indexed locations in windows desktop search 4 should quickly appear on the windows 7 machine.
How it works - Windows 7 search is retrieving indexed information directly from windows desktop search 4 on the windows XP machine without having to re-index the mapped drive. This is a much more efficient method of searching than the microsoft recomended method of enabling offline files and basically storing local copies of all your network shared files.
Motivational Speaker - Veraunda Jackson tells us it's ok to quit, shows us how and provides a dose of straight talking advice.
In honour of Douglas Adams memory, the transcript of his speech at Digital Biota 2, held at Magdelene College Cambridge, in September 1998. Douglas presented this ''off the cuff'' which only magnifies his true genius.
Glastonbury festival reminds me that I am lucky. It opened my eyes to a whole new world outside the “Rat race”. I am the luckiest person in the world, Just being here.
I am writing you with much concern after having read of your hearing to decide whether the alternative theory of Intelligent Design should be taught along with the theory of Evolution. I think we can all agree that it is important for students to hear multiple viewpoints so they can choose for themselves the theory that makes the most sense to them. I am concerned, however, that students will only hear one theory of Intelligent Design.