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  1. Thats supposed to be a good camera but, I wonder why it is so dark? here is what a little enhancement can do, though. youneverknow
  2. How about using Remote Desk top or other MS Tool to guide this poor fellow through this post.... If the guy with the most experience (TCH TIM OR Madcamp) could log onto this poor chaps computer maybe they could set him straight....youneverknow
  3. Google will make a lot of $ on this and they will know what you are purchasing thus tailoring ads right to your doorstep so to speak... youneverknow
  4. (Moderators please feel free to move this post) Some folks seem to grasp the "show me" approach to learning. Here is their site and what it's about... Free, with no rebate to redeem, at InPictures. InPictures books is offering all of its computer books in PDF format as free downloads for a limited time. Topics include Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, web layout, graphics, and programming. This deal expires July 31, 2006. I haven't checked out all the entries yet but I think there might be something to learn here...youneverknow computer basics Windows XP Mac OS X Tiger Linspire Five-O Palm Devices microsoft office Access 2003 Excel 2003 PowerPoint 2003 Word 2003 Publisher 2003 openoffice.org Base 2.0 Calc 2.0 Impress 2.0 Writer 2.0 web layout Dreamweaver 8 FrontPage 2003 HTML & CSS web graphics Photoshop CS2 Fireworks 8 Photoshop Elements 4.0 web programming MySQL Basics PHP Basics PERL Basic How about you...are you a picture person?
  5. And a very "strong" password! youneverknow
  6. I love the feature that lets you drag you event to another day or time and how easy it is to increase or decrease the event time just by "pulling " the little tab at the bottom. The feature I like also is the ability to turn off or on different events per calendar user...kids appointments in blue, mine in red mom's are purple... youneverknow
  7. I have tried Picasa on the WIN OP Sys and thought it was a pretty good program. Well Today Googel announced the Picasa for Linux...youneverknow Picasa for Linux http://picasa.google.com/linux/ Google stopped offering this in 2012
  8. Maybe a little late, Seattle Washington loads fast!
  9. I don't work for B&R just wanted those ice cream hungy web folks to get creamed! Buy 1 Sundae Get 1 Free @ Baskin Robbins http://www.baskinrobbins.com/ youneverknow Sorry I think this is a US promo.
  10. Oh...Thank you so very much...I guess i couldn't see the forest thru the trees syndrome...Thanks Youneverknow
  11. I used to go into cpanel and could click "awstats". I don't see it any more... am I missing something here? youneverknow
  12. To access the computers at my workplace, we use a "secure ID tag" that randomly changes the 6 digit password every 1 minute. It looks like a keyfob you put on you keyring and is virtually impossible to get around. youneverknow
  13. Here is a free program you may be interested in http://sketchup.google.com/download.html Here are their words... Google SketchUp (free) is an easy-to-learn 3D modeling program whose few simple tools enable you to create 3D models of houses, sheds, decks, home additions, woodworking projects – even space ships. You can add details, textures and glass to your models, design with dimensional accuracy, and place your finished models in Google Earth, share them with others by posting them to the 3D Warehouse, or print hard copies. Google SketchUp (free) is a great way to discover if 3D modeling is right for you. Google SketchUp is free for personal use. No registration is required. youneverknow
  14. I have tried many calendar programs and have not been too impressed. That was before I used Google Calendar. For those of you that have a Gmail account you will find it even more interesting. You can make calendar entries public or private. You can choose the people you want to view or edit your calendar. Here is the official word... With Google Calendar, you can see your friends' and family's schedules right next to your own; quickly add events mentioned in Gmail conversations or saved in other calendar applications; and add other interesting events that you find online. Sharing events and calendars You decide who can see your calendar and which details they can view. Planning an event? You can create invitations, send reminders and keep track of RSVPs right inside Google Calendar. Organizations can promote events, too. Staying on schedule You can set up automatic event reminders, including SMS notifications, and instantly bring up anything on your calendar with the built-in search tool. Worth checking out... http://google.com/calendar
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