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n Goverment Information Exchange (GIX)
"The GIX not only connects you to the Federal Directory and Yellow Pages, but it can direct you to Electronic Shopping Networks and Intergovernmental Collaboration sites. Some of these intergovernmental topics will take you off-site, so don't be disconcerted when you see the farewell message from GIX. You can return with a click of Navigator's Back button and continue to look through job listings, health tips, and a comprehensive list of federal agencies organized by agency name (CIA; FDIC) or service category (benefits, grants)." This information was quoted from Tara Calishain's little booklet, ComputerLife's excerpts from: Official Netscape Guide to Internet research.
n Adult Men and Women Tune In!
A christian group explains what a herem is. Here's what they say: The term herem is notoriously hard to translate. It may be translated "banned" or "devoted things." It refers to plundered items and people captured during the course of holy war. herem involves consecration, the giving over of the captives of war to God. Consecration is a word that suggests worship, and once we understand herem warfare in its whole context, we can see just how appropriate that understanding is.
N Native Subjects
I wanted to buy a digital camera but found out the following from J&R Music and Computer World: "The flash makes a burst of light for shooting inside or in low-light conditions. The type(s) of flash available vary from camera to camera. The flashes built-in to most digital cameras have limited range and adjustability (on average, these flashes do not work well beyond 10 feet) in comparison to external flash options, which can provide a much more powerful and versatile flash." I like taking pictures in doors, so that's a negative. I also like blowing up favorite photos to 8 x 10 in., but I don't like buying expensive printer supplies just to print a few photos. So the computer connection of digital cameras is not worth the loss of professional photagraphy.
Less comical links are more interesting like this local television station link WWLTV.com from New Orleans, Louisiana. Its sponsors, New Orleans' WWL News channel, won an Associated Press award for its content in the month of June 2000.
n Music and Health
Here's a copy of a report on Music Theraphy, by Eliasar M. Simon, M.D. This medical report says music is benefitial to your intellectual health. Academically, I am an intellectual, and I have the records to prove it. I have been listening to and living music since I entered college in 1986. I started with pop and theatre, but around 1997 I switched to hard rock and heavy metal. I now have Metallica's Master of Puppets, Reload, and Garage Inc. albums. I made this surprising switched because metal lyrics suit the tougher life of computer science students better.
In other health news, Internet support groups allowing any one to join are available for various health issues.
The best way to back up your PC is to keep your important files in the folder 'My Documents'. Your desktop should not contain important files because public users may corrupt them. You will not find this desktop advise from another source, but it makes good sense. A backup company called Argentum writes software based on this centralized policy. They explain PC backup as follows:
The My Documents folder most likely contains many of your important files. Most Windows programs, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access save their data in My Documents folder. The My Documents folder may contain subfolders such as My Pictures, My Music and My Downloads that you may wish to backup separately. Those folders usually take up a lot of space, and they are therefore recommended to be taken care separately.
We recommend backing up only those files that cannot be easily re-created. Generally speaking, these would be files that you create and save to your hard drive. Files that you created usually have a name that you assigned to them. Do backup your personal files, such as files created or named by you, files that are difficult to re-create, your financial files, files used frequently, like your contacts, files special to you, like your digital pictures. Don't back up operating system files, program files or applications, those with the .exe, .dll, .ocx, .hlp or .chm extensions. Don't back up temporary files with the .tmp and .bak extensions.
Also note that you may have placed some of the important files on your desktop, the common location for program shortcuts and start icons. Many users tend to do this. My Documents, a standard Windows folder for storing personal documents, is where we are advising you to put all the important documents, pictures, files, and any other information you don't wish to loose, so that your data can easily be backed up from one central location. The default location of My Documents folder will vary depending on what version of Windows you're running:
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