Questions Answered (Rewind)
This past few days, the questions people asked me, well, they seem to keep coming up. (And one I have not heard before would be rather refreshing.) So, some of this is review.
Several people expressed interest in why it seems so difficult printing the information found on webpages — ONLY the information (or map) they want, and not in a minuscule font size, please.
(Seems an awful lot of people think webpages are sheets of paper… they are not. They are strings of code, expressed as 1’s and 0’s. And the items on the page often come ‘glued together’ from several different places (aka “sources”, aka “servers”).
Frequently, you need the aid of a special “web printing” utility to get what you want and only what you want. Such as the one mentioned here:
“Have you ever noticed that when you go to print out a web page, what you see is not what you always get? “
Hopefully you are already familiar with that website; but if you are not, do yourself a favor and click the link and take a look. The blogger is one of my few remaining “daily reads”.
* And, I was further reminded, what is old to us is new to someone else. Elephant Is Bigger Than The Moon (video) Did you hear about Kathy Evans on the game show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Supposedly the dumbest human ever, right?
Hate to tell you, but that email is a hoax (see this Snopes article) as are most “forwarded” emails. But, apparently enough people believe this one.. I am kind of glad it isn’t true… ‘cuz if it was? What would that say about the American public education system?
Oh. Yeah. The same thing everyone’s been saying for decades…
* And once again, the top (aka “number one”) My Most Asked Question proved to be one loyal readers will remember..
Q: Every time I sit at my computer, it says there’s an update available!
I understand. Really I do. Please see my, Why Are There So Many Updates?
(And learn about Secunia)
Today’s quotable quote: “The secret to true happiness is a combination of low expectations and insensitivity.” ~ Olivia Goldsmith
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