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Phil Kerpen: Obama,Tech-Socialists Stole Internet from the People, We Must Take It Back

Exclusive—Phil Kerpen: Obama,Tech-Socialists Stole Internet from the People, We Must Take It Back For over a decade, professional liberal organizers and agitators – backed by a tidal wave of big liberal foundations and Silicon Valley corporate money – have told … Continue reading

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What is your baud rate?

To a computer geek this is like watching old family movies. What is your baud rate? Do you have a “graphical” browser? I remember asking people I was helping if the Netscape “activity indicator” was doing anything. Those were the … Continue reading

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My Favorite Study Bible

If you are having problems viewing this email, please click here. Dads and Grads Special: Get a Discovery Reference Library and Features-Plus for Just $24.95! Put a smile on your dad or grad’s face with our best selling Discovery Reference … Continue reading

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Outlook 2010 – Favorites disappear

Here is a list of possible fixes I found. Outlook 2010 – Favorites disappear Start-> Run; outlook.exe /resetnavpane  < This worked for me.  If the problem reappears I’ll just change the shortcut to launch Outlook every time to include this … Continue reading

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Informing Ourselves To Death

  Following speech was given at a meeting of the German Informatics Society (Gesellschaft fuer Informatik) on October 11, 1990 in Stuttgart, sponsored by IBM-Germany. Informing Ourselves To Death by Neil Postman The great English playwright and social philosopher George … Continue reading

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This is a first.

 I think this tops any error I’ve seen!                                                

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Someone shared a clip with you on Vimeo

  You can watch it here: Diigo V5: Collect and Highlight, Then Remember! Learning these tools in the 21st Century is like learning to read in the 15th. About this video: “Awesome cloud-based information management tool that enables users to … Continue reading

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