Archive for the 'Blogging' Category

Free Stuff From Your Free Email Account

March 23, 2010

Yes you can get all of the stuff in the title for free from live.com, msn.com, msn.com, gmail.com, yahoo.com, mail.com and others. I will begin a series of articles in the next few days with tutorials about how to get these things to work for you. Simple things like your own home page from google called igoogle, blogs from google’s http://blogspot.com. You can get hundreds if not thousands if gadgets for your blog from google. Live.com offers a free website that is professional and east to set up. Yahoo offers all of these things too. From their home page set up. You know where you get the weather and movie star updates. Watch for these articles, because they will possibly be mixed in with other articles. Go ahead; sign up for the email reports. They are free and will get this and every article that I write straight to you email box as soon as it is posted. Bringing you all types of information about how to use your internet, email, browsers, outlook, and lot’s of other stuff like software downloads, security and spyware questions, connection and install questions and even Microsoft Word and other MS software questions. Even writing and email etiquette tips You can also leave questions yourself in the comment sections of any of these articles and get them answered to your satisfaction and with great accuracy and common everyday lingo, to make the experience anything but technical and yes it’s free. So come on don’t be afraid that’s the first answer to every computer question is don’t be afraid it won’t break. Thanks for your support and interest in http://thenontechytechadvisor.wordpress.com . Keith Russell

So I’m starting a Blogging at Denny’s blog!

February 24, 2010

Hey ya’ll,  You might remember a couple of articles that I wrote a while back about blogging at Denny’s.  Well, I got so much good input from my final draft editor and from my paper publishers editor that I’ve decided to write a Blogging at Denny’s Blog.  It’s already up at http://wordpress.com but I haven’t choose a templete design, widgets or anything yet.  How ever I will have it “cooking (pardon the pun) with gas this coming week!  That makes over 32 blogs!  Wow I have to work where I eat to just get to eat!  Let me know about your ideas by email at keith@keithrussellenterprises.com .

I am going to have a blog opening up on the http://wordpress.org platform very soon.  I”ll keep you guys posted (another punny statement)!  Help me and my webmdesigner/hosting guy (www.thedesktoppublishers.com ) figure out how to make my website the best it can be, by checking it out and emailing your suggestions to keith@keithrussellenterprises.com .  The site link is www.keithrussellenterprises.com .  Thanks gang. TKR

WI-FI a very cool tool and resource!

January 12, 2010

 

One real cool resource and computer tool to know about is WI-Fi. Of course you should know that working form a lap top is almost always better than working from a PC. Why is that? The mobility factor plays a key role. This alone is enough to keep you focused on utilizing this tool over the PC. Some folks prefer the MAC (Apple) over the PC because of security and large memories and some other goodies that they are famous for. Yet I still work on a windows compatible lap top, mainly because of its commonality and availability along with the major portion of American people.

Some users still equate laptops with downtime due mainly to hard drive crashes from not having enough RAM (virtual memory). Yet these problems can be considered obsolete with the demand for larger hard drives and RAM memories because of the many video and audio demands of the younger public. In fact computer electronics become so much more user friendly each day because of consumer demands primarily based on their entertainment values, which makes it so much more economical for those of us who work on the internet. Especially if you want to write or you need to promote yourself on the internet. There are so many cool free tools available to utilize in site form. We will get into those later.

Back to WI-FI – I kind of got sidetracked – The thing about WI-FI is you can access it for free in so many places, like the Denny’s that I’m writing in right now. It is a very common thing to find in college towns and it’s almost everywhere in these towns. You can’t do this if you are on your PC. If you are a writer or blogger the coolest thing about this is the ambiance and the atmosphere. Inspiration is so alive when you’re in these settings. For instance right now there are a couple of girls and guys from the local college (UTA) they are talking about their friends who drink too much, some of which cheat and the like. There is a video flat screen playing the local Denny’s XM radio or satellite TV station. It gives a triple window with a power point of one of the Pussy Cat Dolls while she is singing in the main window and the power point is playing on a smaller open window to the right of the main window and just below that is the time and temperature. Normally, I don’t do any editing while I’m writing but it’s kind of fun to try to perfect what I’m writing as I go tonight. Well the ambiance made me feel competitive and like a celebrity writer in a play or TV screen play. Which is a popular and constant thought of mine, since being the # one blogger in America is one of my favorite meditations and goals. Anyway you know that fun and passion should be a particular aspect of what you do for a living.

Lap tops and WI-FI rule. Why? You can take a Lap top with you where ever you go and the WI-FI is free in most places. For the sake of our other ramblings and musings from other blogs and writing venues, let me qualify free – at Denny’s you still have to buy the coffee or tea to work well in your network and being kind, although a free gift still has to come from inside you and you have to give it away. So technically it’s not free, but the cost is usually minimal considering the payoff and lots of time the cost is just as rewarding as the dividend. WI-FI is a very cool tool. But it requires a laptop.