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Spring has sprung, although it has been quite a chilly beginning so far. It is spring nonetheless and I have decided it is finally time to spread my love of streaming technology in a fun new way. So, riddle me this folks: what do you get when you add...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWriting a novel is about as far away from nursing as it gets but that’s just what Tina Pollick has done. Her first novel, “Gabriel,” a paranormal romance, was published Jan. 23. Pollick said she started writing just last summer....
email@example.comCalling all gamers! If you haven’t heard yet, the Humble Bundle crew has their latest bundle available. The bundle’s retail value is worth more than $210. Hurry if you want to get in on the fun because tomorrow is the last day to get the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgInstalling old 32-bit software on a new 64-bit computer running Windows 7 or higher can be a challenge. This week, I will be addressing this issue, in particular what happens when one tries to install an older Adobe CS2 Suite that previously was used on...
Tags: Linux, Hulu, Microsoft Windows, Gaming, Microsoft Corporation
Contributing WriterIn today’s world, everyone wants to be green. People are looking for ways to do the things they love in a way that’s kinder to the environment, uses less resources and preserves natural resources. This week I got to thinking about ways our...
Guess what’s new? Amazon Kindle packages are now available for check-out. These small-but-mighty electronic libraries are designed to give patrons an exciting look at the world of e-reading — and you’ll no longer need four book bags...
email@example.comAmazon is overflowing with goodies these days. In addition to the new content deals that Amazon Instant Video users are sure to love, they have announced the launch of their all-new Kindle Fire HD tablets and fifth generation Kindle e-readers. Among...
WJMS 8th-grade DC trip meetings set There will be two informational meetings Thursday, Aug. 30, about the West Jessamine Middle School eighth-grade trip to Washington, D.C. The meetings will be at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria (before and...
Contributing columnistWe all know having a hobby is important, but sometimes it’s hard to decide on a new hobby because you don’t know where to start or how much it will cost. Here are five hobbies you can start and pursue without costing a penny. Reading: Whether...
Contributing WriterWe all know that having a hobby is important, but sometimes it’s hard to decide on a new hobby because you don’t know where to start or how much it will cost. Here are five hobbies you can start and pursue without costing a penny. ...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe latest 12.04 Long-Term Support (LTS) release versions of the Ubuntu family of Linux distros were released last week. The 12.04 version of the distros, code-named Precise Pangolin, will be supported until 2017. One thing I like about the Ubuntu...
Tags: Amazon.com Inc., Linux, Travel, Tourism and Leisure
Assistant Director Angela Turner, told me about a website that will be of interest to anyone who uses a Kindle e-reader and likes a bargain. It’s called Pixel of Ink, www.pixelofink.com, and it’s devoted to steering Kindle users to free and...
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