Tuesday, November 9th, 2004 by admin
How do I rename a file?
There are at least three ways to rename a file…
You could click the file name once to highlight, click a second time to make it available to change, then type in the new file name.
Welcome to one of the nicest encyclopedias I have found in a long time. This is an encyclopedia about mythology, folklore, and legend.
To use the encyclopedia choose the “Explore” section. This will allow you to explore through the articles until you find something that strikes your fancy. It is setup by categories: Mythology, Folklore, Bestiary, Heroes, Image Gallery, Genealogy, and Featured
I love the crisp, clean look of this site. And it is even easy to use as well. Two thumbs up for excellent design. What’s more, it’s full of interesting content. You can browse this site in two way—you can look at the “Most Recent” section or head right to the “Start the Tour”.
If you choose the “Most Recent” section to
Well, for those of us in the United States you’re probably aware that tomorrow it’s time to vote. Regardless of who you are voting for you may need some information on voting. This is my first time voting in an election so I sought out some information on the process.
This site is great because it covers it all from the basics to the nitty-gritty… Continue reading
I can’t seem to get any attachments in my email. Outlook Express says that it removed “unsafe attachments” from my email. How can I start getting attachments again?
A: Constant bombardment from internet villains makes me wonder if WWW actually stands for “Wild, Wild West”! We yearn for safe browsing. We long to send and receive email without being harassed. That’s why we install anti-virus software… Continue reading
If you know teens who want to know more about the electoral process, this site is really cool. Like the other Ben’s Guide to the Government site I brought you earlier this year, it is setup wonderfully and is very easy to understand. This one is for grades 9-12 so its on a high school level.
You start with learning how… Continue reading
What is “transportation futuristics”? According to the site’s intro, “Many of us are familiar with covers from Popular Science that depict commuters buzzing around in tiny aircraft and landing on rooftops, or fanciful drawings of vehicles that run on roads, float on water and also take to the air. The basic problem many of us face each day—how to get from Point A to Point… Continue reading
This site offers “Old-House Community and Know-How, Restoration Advice, and Home Improvement,” so if you own an old house, or are thinking of buying and renovating one, this site could be a very handy resource.
I live in a house built originally at the end of the 1800’s or the beginning of the 1900’s
Need help meeting the math standard in grades K-5? This site is both a resource for students and for their teachers. I think the parents, and grandparents, of children K-5 are interested in knowing what the standard is. What do their little loved ones need to learn? How can they assure that they do learn it?
This site can help you figure that out. You… Continue reading
This is a site dedicated to photography. But not just any kind of photography, this is a site dedicated to night photography. Here you will find galleries of night time images, workshops, resources, exhibits, and even their forum “Night Talk”.
The Gallery is wonderful. In
Find out what happened today in literature. When I was browsing this site on October 26th I got to read a lively bit of history on Hans Christian Anderson’s life. You’ll notice that the day’s article is displayed on the home page and you can read it without registering. A two week free trial is available, after which… Continue reading
Let XP Resize Pictures for Your Email
A few weeks ago we mentioned “Send to” (see 10/26/2004 newsletter). One of the Send To options listed is “Mail Recipient” which allows you to send a document or picture to someone via email (using Outlook Express).
If you choose this option for a picture you will be given the option to “Make all my pictures smaller”… Continue reading