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Sunday, October 17, 2004

Help, please.

Tonight, I'm searching for computer help. For a long time now (months), I have been unable to run ScanDisk on my computer. Because of that, I cannot Defrag either. Here is what happens: Before running ScanDisk, I make sure all programs are closed (using Ctrl, Alt, Delete), turn off the screen saver,... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, October 15, 2004

Wash Off Internet Residue

If you use the Internet a lot (what am I talking about, you're a blogger, aren't you?), here are a few ideas to make things run more smoothly: In a browser window, click on Tools then Internet Options then choose Temporary Internet Files Delete Files (including delete all offline content) In the... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, October 1, 2004

Keyboard Shortcuts for Internet Explorer

If you're a techie, ignore. If you don't know all of these, they can save a little time: F5 Screen.........Refresh down on a web page up on a web page ALT+LEFT ARROW.........back to previous web page ALT+RIGHT ARROW..........forward to next web page... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, September 7, 2004

How I Make (Spend) Money on the Internet

You can read magazine articles or buy books about to see how you can make a fortune selling your old junk, which is someone else's treasure. This is a good deal, especially since in almost all cases, the buyer pays shipping costs, and in some cases, more for "handling." Sellers have the... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, August 29, 2004

How To (Not) Make Money Online

Right around the turn of the century, I realized I had become an expert on how to not make money online. If you’ve been paying attention, you know that there are allegedly millions of people in cyberspace right now making "more than I made at my regular job" online. Early on, I moved toward what I'm... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Frustrated Incorporated

I've been working at computers for quite a while. Since 1987, in fact. A little before that, we had a Texas Instruments T-something that didn't do very much, but was an appreciated gift from my mother-in-law. My oldest daughter was able to create a program that had a little Pac-Man gobble across one... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, August 24, 2004

Making People Scream

Apaprently, in my working life, I've made people scream. Usually, they don't scream at me (that would be my last day in that job!), but perhaps I can be challenging to deal with, I don't know. One of my bosses mentioned mastering the art of the silent scream, although he didn't name me as a direct... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, August 19, 2004

New Addiction

Maybe I'm an addictive personality. I know I'm addicted to FreeCell and other computer games. I know I'm addicted to cats; I can't get enough of them. In the past couple of years, I revived my addiction to knitting. And now, I'm addicted to Publication and money were my first interests... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Little Things You Find Out About People

Today I found out my doctor is a science fiction fan. And a computer newbie. The medical group or association, whatever it’s called, it’s an HMO and a complex of clinics and hospital, has gone computer. Finally. Each examining room has a keyboard and flat-screen monitor installed at the tiny desk... Sign in to see full entry.

FreeCell, Don't Release Me

I like FreeCell a lot. Okay, I love FreeCell. All right, ALL RIGHT! I'm addicted to FreeCell. But it's not my fault; it's my upbringing. The roots are in my childhood, which, by the way, was an unbelievably long time ago. So, be prepared to go waaay back. I was born into a family where we had a lot... Sign in to see full entry.

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