12 posts • joined Wednesday 8th July 2009 20:16 GMT
You should know that when disposing of your hardware to 3rd world countries,
it's only certain elements they are looking for, largely metal, used again in cell phones.Kids play on all these junked computers,cell phones, printers, TV's, etc.The workers breathe in poisonous fumes all day.Plus, using the HDD, one can find all kinds of scams.That's why 3rd world countries are the first in scams.
nytimes is my homepage and I'm used to reading it all on the computer,
everything except the editorials.I don't believe this will make enough money
to make up for the loss of printed ads.I was part of a panel that was involved in helping
them late last year.Sometimes, I would receive weird questions that had nothing to do with
the news.But, journalists, editors and IT workers must get paid.Somehow, I don't think this is the answer.
The last thing I remember was signing up for something that would make the file scanner quicker.
It did not.
ms acted upon opera
I have never come across a site that could not be brought up by opera.
What are the sites?
A person complained 'what's the use in internet banking?'.
To those disabled, it's a great resource.
To the not-disabled,
it's the pleasure of not writing checks,
of not having to stamp and mail it.
If I had to write checks out,
it would take away from the rest of life.
I think internet banking is here to stay.
MS Updates changed my resolution.I was unable to bring back the original res
till 5pm est.
I've been banking online for at least 10 years, yet my bank does not have any of my several emails.
I wouldn't even give them an email that I never look at b/c it may lead to phishing for other people.
Golly, I sure miss opera.I miss it b/c I could not that 'lock'.
It just wasn't there.Plus, I had a site that was permanently blocked,
a popular site.
I don't like ff.Where is speed dial?
This has nothing to say about unpatched ff or the slow start-up of 3.5.
But, I worry about people using opera.Be careful.
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