On the 200th anniversary of your blessed birth, it is my esteemed honor to thank you, Monsieur Louis Braille, for giving me and thousands and thousands like me, who seeÂ by the candles ofÂ theÂ mind, a means, a written language to explore the path of life with those who see by the light of the stars.
The name Braille!Â Ah, thereâ€™s something about your name.Â Perhaps itâ€™s special because I know that without you, I would not be what I am and I could not become what I one day hope to be.
Please Click Here to read more about Monsieur Braille and to learn how you can help further Braille literacy in your community.
Hello My Fellow Windows Wanderers,Â
Want to have all of your Windows Computer performance statistics located in one easy-to-use place on your Desktop?Â
Download What’s Going On:Â A One-Stop Spot for Vital System Statistics.Â Read the rest of this entry »
I hope you find the following answer, found in PC Magazine, as helpful as I.
STILL MORE CONFUSION OVER 64-BIT COMPUTING
by Loyd Case
I imagine that my system must use a 64-bit processor to use 64-bit software, and with that the whole motherboard and all hardware must be 64-bit capableâ€”is that so? Or can I install a 64-bit OS on any system, regardless of the hardware, processor, and motherboard? Read the rest of this entry »
Let The Tracking Begin
Hello My Fellow Product Purchasing Partners,
As you may or may not know, many of the so-called free priority mail tracking services are either going offline or are beginning to charge fees for SMS package tracking update alerts.Â While each individual shipping service may offer a free SMS tracking system, signing up for said services is no small feat, to say the least.
No worries, though, friends as there still remains a free, reliable, all-in-one, and trustworthy package tracking service that will send you near instant updates via email, SMS messaging, RSS feeds, Facebook, or Twitter.Â Â
This service tracks packages shipped via UPS, Fedex, USPS, DHL, and several other carriers.
Click Here to go to Track This.com and, as that wise sage of old, Mark Marcus, once said, â€œLet The Tracking Begin.â€Â
Hereâ€™s an article, by Neil J. Rubenking, that provides the solution to the problem of not beingÂ able to copy files to a USB Thumb Drive that has plenty of free space available.
MarkÂ Read the rest of this entry »
Best selling Novelist, poet, playwright, mountain climber, deep sea diver, big game hunter, curator, sherpa, business tycoon, singer, songwriter, seamstress, wordsmith, philanthropist, bacon connoisseur, master magician, snack-time technology taste-tester, award winning chocolatier, baker, professional card-counter, theologian, exorcist, cellist, the Fifth Beatle, and Nobel laureate Mark Marcus sits in the window of his favorite Dairy Queen restaurant enjoying a large watermelon-flavored Arctic Rush slurpee.Â
His Smartphone, with Caller ID, alerts him that he has an incoming call from the attorney of his soon-to-be ninth ex-wife, Sasha, a world-renowned supermodel.Â Read the rest of this entry »
Hello Fellow Candle Shore Comrades,
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TOP 10 TWITTER TIPS FOR BEGINNERS
by Sean Ludwig
Ready to jump into Twitter, but don’t know how to get started? Follow these 10 tips and you’ll fit right in:Â Read the rest of this entry »
Hi Mark.Â Have you tried out the Samsung Saga from Verizon Wireless?
Before I write my answer to your inquiry, please keep the following in mind:
This is just my opinion and is in no way definitive.Â Read the rest of this entry »
Hello Fellow United States Taxpayers,
If youâ€™re anything like me, you have many concerns about the wisdom of this new stimulus plan signed into law by President Barack Obama.Â Â
I have always been a little suspect of his promise to make our governmentâ€™s actions more transparent to the people of the USA.
However, I must admit that I am somewhat impressed, mind you, only somewhat impressed, with the new government sponsored website, recently launched, which promises to keep us informed as to where and how our tax dollars are being used.Â
Click Here to go toÂ Recovery.gov, which, I must admit, gives me a little hope.