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July 29, 2007

Newsletter 7-29-07

Filed under: newsletter — seniorgeek @ 8:59 pm

I presume that most of you that read this newsletter have some form of Windows on your computer. For those of you that do, this site is a real help.
“Annoyances.org is the most complete collection of information assembled for and by actual users of Microsoft Windows. Explore this free web resource by selecting one of the destinations on your left, or use search to find a specific solution.

Stomp out annoyances (such as the stupid paper clip) with the topics on this site. Check out the various Annoyances books for more advanced, in-depth solutions. Use the discussion forums (links to your left) to talk annoyances and solutions with other annoyed users. “
http://www.annoyances.org/

There are 6,800 known languages spoken in the 200 countries of the world. 2,261 have writing systems (the others are only spoken) and about 300 are represented by on-line dictionaries as of May 11, 2004. This site will help you with the translation of the 300 languages represented.
http://www.yourdictionary.com/languages.html

I know we all have friends that are glad to help us out when we are buying a new computer. Why not go to one of the most trusted sources for all things that any consumer needs. The Consumer Reports. They explain the how, what, when, and where of purchasing an new computer.
http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/electronics-computers/computers/

Most of you know of the great resource that is available from the US Library of Congress. But did you know that they have an information bulletin that keeps you up to date on the latest happenings? The section of the Library of Congress is formatted similar to a newsletter and makes for interesting reading.
http://www.loc.gov/loc/lcib/0703/index.html

Did you know that Google has a dedicated US Government search index? Next time you need to search for anything that the US government has to offer, try the Google government search.
http://www.google.com/ig/usgov

“People with integrity walk safely, but those who follow crooked paths will slip and fall”.

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