*LOWEST. PRICE. EVER!*
16 MASSIVE GIGS...
One GOOD LOOKIN' Strontium Flash Drive...
Tough As Nails! Awesome Design! It Gets NO Better Than This!
We've NEVER Sold 16 Gigs for This Ridiculously Cheap!
IF YOU'RE A TOTAL SUCKER!
When we got the new pricing for these, we were completely blown away!! I have seen 16Gb flash drives go for at least $50 all over the place! I've had staff - and even some friends - say things like "Really, these are 16GB's - brand new?" My answer is always the same - "Yep - you got it!"
STRONTIUM is a KNOWN Name Brand - This beast is NOT a Generic!
It is definitely your smartest portable storage solution, allowing you to carry a HUGE 16GB of your documents, spreadsheets, files, programs, photos, videos, music, and important back-up material, all in one extremely small device!
Seriously - This Price is UNBELIEVABLE AND UNBEATABLE!
PS - We're not sure how long our inventory is going to last on these as it is a limited time deal! So, get to the site as soon as you can ~ before our supplier increases the price!!
Is there any way to get my Google Calendar to show up in Mozilla Thunderbird?
Thunderbird is one of the most used desktop email clients out there. With all of its functionality, it’s a definite choice for just about any email task. Google Calendar, on the other hand, is a feature-rich web-based Calendar application that, if added to Thunderbird, will help you enjoy best of both worlds. However, Thunderbird does not come with a built-in Calendar. So here is a step by step guide to add Google Calendar to Thunderbird.
1. Fire up Thunderbird and go to Tools > Addons. Once you are there search for Lightning.
2. Once you find it, use the install button to add it to Mozilla Thunderbird. You will need to restart Thunderbird to complete the installation.
3. You will now see a new label Events and Tasks in the Thunderbird menu bar.
4. Now, in a similar way, install another extension called Provider for Google Calendar 0.8 to allow bidirectional access to Google Calendar. Search for the term Google Calendar in the add-on tab to find it.
5. Now log in to your Google Calendar account in any browser. Go to Calendar Settings.
6. Go to the Calendar tab and click the calendar you wish to add to Thunderbird.
7. Scroll down until you reach the Calendar Address section. You will have three options to copy the address of your calendar. Right-click on the XML option and copy the link location.
8. Now in the Thunderbird window, go to File > New > Calendar.
9. Choose On the Network and proceed. In the next screen, choose Google Calendar and paste the calendar address you copied from your Google Calendar settings (step 7).
10. Press Next and you will be prompted to enter your Google Calendar username and password. Press next and name your calendar, choose a color and opt to show the alarms.
Now that Google Calendar is added to Thunderbird you’ll never need a separate tool to keep track of your events or emails.
OpenOffice.org Calc: Pasting Text into One Cell or Many Cells
If you’ve ever tried to paste text into a spreadsheet then you know that it doesn’t always go as planned.
You paste a list of 4 items into a cell, expecting them to be in 4 different cells… instead you find yourself staring at a list of 4 items in a single cell.
Instead of this:
you got this:
Yeah, I know – not the plan…this time.
Click here for a solution!
(Note: For those who have installed COMODO’s Defense+ system, these alerts will look familiar at first glance. However, there are a number of options and informational dialogs which are unique to the COMODO Firewall Alert system, and as such should be analyzed just as carefully, if not more so, as a new Defense+ Alert.)
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Also, I found the history provided on the main page to be very interesting. I also found it interesting that the building is still used for helping children and adults with developmental disabilities.
To enter the site click, the Enter the Halls of A.G.O. button. This will whisk you into the heart of the site where you will find the message board for communication, alumni web sites, photos, memories and more.
So if you’re an alumni of Angel Guardian Orphanage, or a friend or family member was, check it out today, and get reconnected with other alumni today.
New Computer? GREAT!
How Will You Transfer Files and Programs Over From Your Old One?
A Transfer Cable, You Say?
OK - But Transfer Cables ONLY Transfer Files!
What About ALL of Those EXPENSIVE Software Programs?
What's The Matter? Why Are You Freaking Out?!
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Can You Push a Button? THEN YOU CAN DO THIS!
A Frightening Little Story...
Bill just got a new computer. He's SUPER excited, and can't wait to get it booted up. Slamming the door behind him and throwing his keys on the table, he rushes to the living room and starts to unbox that shiny new PC.
In walks his roommate, Fred. Fred knows a thing or two about computers and has no problem giving Bill advice - even though he can be quite smug about sharing his knowledge...
"Hey Fred! Check it out - I FINALLY got a new computer!" Bill says, eagerly awaiting approval from his nerdy roommate. "It's SO much better than my last one. I can't WAIT to get everything transferred over from that old piece of junk!"
"Well Bill" Fred says in a smug, all knowing voice, "that's a nice idea and all, but how are you going to transfer everything over just using that old transfer cable of yours?"
With his face starting to redden, Bill stammers "Wait...wha-what do you mean how? I've got that cable thingy...it'll do the trick, right Fred? RIGHT?"
"Wrong!" Fred laughs. "That thing'll only transfer over your files. What about all of that expensive software you've invested so much money in, Bill? What about that? How do you think you'll get that transferred over?"
After letting Bill suffer in silence for a few moments, Fred introduces Bill to LAPLINK PC MOVER WITH CABLE...
The most INGENIOUS program EVER created for PC users!
If you are planning on getting a new PC any time in the near future - LapLink PC Mover is AN ABSOLUTE MUST-HAVE! If you're buying a new computer with Windows 7 on it - it's even MORE important that you have this! Here's why!
Move EVERYTHING From Your Old PC to Your New One With EASE!
This awesome software lets you transfer everything - from your files to your software programs - onto your new computer. Most transfer cables only let you transfer over old files...but what about all of that IMPORTANT software that you've spent a FORTUNE on?
Moving files is simple - moving software is not. In fact, it's nearly impossible!
When most software is installed, you get components and pieces of the software scattered all over your hard drive .
Manually finding every part and putting it back on a new computer, placed where it should be and registered with Windows is almost impossible.
UPGRADING FROM XP TO 7? WANNA KEEP ALL FILES AND SOFTWARE? READ ON!
This is the ONLY program on the planet that allows you to do an upgrade from XP to Windows 7 while keeping ALL of your files and software! Why? Because for some reason, Microsoft will NOT support a direct upgrade path to Win7 from XP. You can buy it, but once you install it - you're in for a nasty surprise! You'll be told that ALL of your software is now gone, and that it'll try to relocate it. It can't. Hope you backed everything up..
Mosquito Beach Stormy Rainbows
This was easily one of the toughest photos I’ve ever created.
It was taken one cold, rainy morning in Pictured Rocks National Lake Shore along Lake Superior - Mosquito Beach to be exact. I had backpacked in and set up camp to facilitate... (More)
Blue Hen Falls In Autumn
This is one I’ve been trying to bag for awhile – since my film days in fact! See, each time I’d stop to shoot the falls (usually in autumn), I’d end up with VERY little water flow. Instead of the nice robust waterfall you see here, I would typically... (More)
Stormy Sunset At Sleeping Bear
We had been trying for three days to get something – anything – at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
The first evening saw a sunset that was blocked by clouds, the second was clear and colorless, so this was our last chance. If we didn’t get something here... (More)
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