As a Computer Lab Instructor for the Postal Service (one of two hats I wear there), I get to share tips and tricks with my fellow employees.
David Pogue, a Tech Writer for the New York Times, has done the same for everyone else here. The article includes over 1,000 comments at the bottom that share other tips from his readers. Whether you use a PC or a Mac, you may find something you didn't know.
And that's a good thing.
It was obvious my six-year old didn't understand the concept of an "oldies" station on the radio, or perhaps he just wanted to update things.
After listening to the Dixie Cup's "...going to the chapel and we're gonna get married," I overheard him sing, "Going to the chat room and we're gonna get married..."
[Joe's Clean Laffs]
WORDS for YOUR WEEK: "Treat your passwords like a toothbrush. Don't let anyone else use them and get a new one every six months." (Clifford Stoll)
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