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I had a problem recently where I could access a webpage via my smartphone but not at home. They have different internet connections so this is the fix. It is a bit geeky but if you follow step by step you can do it too. Here is the link to the webpage and below is […]
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Once in a great while, something truly revolutionary comes along that’s so overwhelming advanced, it honestly changes everything. This is one of those times, and it’s not hype, it’s HUGE. Virtually everybody who’s marketing online uses an email service provider that delivers both broadcast and autoresponder email messages, right? If you’ve ever lurked in forums […]
My Story of why I do not follow the virus and spam paranoia of the Big Companies – by David Ashton – October 2009 Have you ever had a problem with viruses on your computer? I have, or should say used to have. I now use a free (better than windows) firewall called Zonealarm, the […]