On the other hand, I was one of these "juniors" who received a new machine with Encarta already installed. I used it all the time.
But first you have to know that you can divide first. Many don't, I'm sure.
"Mobile Safari" actually sounds like a great name for a mobile porn site.
The Center for Biological Diversity wants to help put a polar bear in your pants with their endangered species condom campaign. They hope that giving away 100,000 free Endangered Species Condoms across the country will highlight how unsustainable human population growth is driving species to extinction, and instill the sexual prowess of the coquí guajón rock frog, nature's most passionate lover, in the condom users. From the article: "To help people understand the impact of overpopulation on other species, and to give them a chance to take action in their own lives, the Center is distributing free packets of Endangered Species Condoms depicting six separate species: the polar bear, snail darter, spotted owl, American burying beetle, jaguar, and coquí guajón rock frog."
I'm a Mac user who abandoned Safari for Chrome. Well, technically I abandoned Firefox, since Safari has always been a last-place choice for me.
Get your Yahoo mail in gmail with POP. You can even set a custom "From" address so that you can send and receive as your Yahoo account.
She could have called Verizon and said "I have a Dell computer with Ubuntu and cannot use my Verizon DSL CD. How can I get online?" When the Dell rep told her that she can do everything she needs to do on this computer (ie, create Word docs), she could have asked "How do I do that?" She did neither (correct me if I'm wrong; I read the article yesterday), and instead called the local media to whine about it. She followed the advice of the "expert" but failed to ask how; that's a lack of problem solving skills, IMO.
It's not the inability to use a computer that makes her stupid. It's the complete lack of problem solving skills.
My company just fired my "IT Executive" boss in favor of hiring a developer turned consultant turned IT manager. The new guy started today, and it already feels like we've got a better plan (our previous plan was to not have a plan).
BobB-NW writes "University of Utah researchers have conducted a new study that drivers on cell phones are to blame for more than causing accidents — they also cause traffic jams. And that costs society plenty, too, in lost productivity and fuel costs."
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