Buying Computers | What We Should Know

I am in the market for a new computer (Notebook or Netbook) and the last issue of computoredge is hot. I will give you the link here for a few specific educational articles; there are more.

Picking Computer Hardware by Pete Choppin
How much computing power do you need?
Whatever your specific task, the computer you buy should be suited for that task, requiring an understanding of the basic hardware components and what functions they perform.

Picking Operating Systems by Pete Choppin
Making a decision on your computer’s basic configuration.
Your choice of operating system determines to a great extent the applications you can run. What are the pros and cons of today’s common operating systems?

Marketing Mythologies about Macs and PCs by Barry Fass-Holmes
Cupertino and Redmond have it all wrong.
Cupertino’s and Redmond’s competing advertisements are simply wrong because the dualistic view of computers (and their users) is wrong. Rather, Macs are PCs.

EdgeWord: How Much Computer Memory? by Jack Dunning
A Minimum-Memory Recommendation
You don’t know what you will be doing with your computer in the future, so you should always get the optimal amount of memory for almost any possible use.
Plus, an original Jim Whiting Cartoon

And a dangerous email spam to be aware of:

Spam of the Week: Your Photo Is on the Web by ComputorEdge Staff
The latest in annoying and dangerous e-mail currently making the rounds.
When someone tells you there is a picture of you posted on the Web, who doesn’t want to look? Of course, when it comes from a stranger, we should be suspicious.

For all these and more follow the link below:

http://webserver.computoredge.com/online.mvc?article=toc&issue=2748&zone=SD&src=1

Or do a search at www.computoredge.com

Securing Your Home Wi-Fi | Pete Choppin | ComputorEdge

This tips to secure your database when using Wi- Fi may prove useful:

To see the complete and informative article by Pete Choppin go to:

http://webserver.computoredge.com/online.mvc?article=toc&issue=2742&zone=SD&src=mailrev

or use www.computoredge.com ‘s search tool.

“It is not the cards you are dealt but what you do with them that counts.”–author unknown

My Bits N Pieces | Jelena Litvinenko| Tips on blogging etc…

Hello everyone! I just found a blog with excellent educational content that I feel obligued to share with you.  Lots of tips on blogging etc… I hope you find it instructive; let me know what you think. This is the address:

http://my-bits-n-pieces.blogspot.com/

And here is an article to help you improve your blog trafic:

http://my-bits-n-pieces.blogspot.com/2009/04/how-i-increased-traffic-to-my-blog.html

Modern Dance | Malashock | San Diego CA

Malashock Dance.

Interesting pieces and great technique:

www.malashockdance.org

The Speech That Got John F. Kennedy Killed | YouTube

It was in the locker room at the Gym the other night that I overheard a conversation about the speech that got President Kennedy killed; so I did a search in YouTube. If you pay close attention to what he said you’ll be amazed at the courage of the man.


And keep in mind that corporate and government corruption are propped by our lack of awareness and lack of action.

I cannot teach you violence, as I do not myself believe in it. I can only teach you not to bow your heads before any one even at the cost of your life.”–Mahatma Gandhi

eHow | How To Do Just About Everything

I found a really interesting site for my readers to explore. Not only it has articles on how to do just about anything, but you can also make money writing the articles. I have not started writing for them yet, but what I have found about them is positive so far. Your feedback is welcome!
This is their address: www.ehow.com  

“Dance like no one is watching, Love like you’ll never be hurt, Sing like no one is listening, Live like it’s heaven on earth. ” — William Purkey

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