Author Archives: chrisadmin

Part Time Mobile Internet Connections

As fulltime RVers, we have no problem signing a 2 year contract for Internet service from Verizon, but we know many people who only travel part time. What are their options for mobile Internet service? A couple years ago, your … Continue reading

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Computer Tote-ing Travelers

We RVers like to have our laptop computers with us everywhere we go.  But, how to carry them?  I have watched people walk by on their way to the Wi-Fi hotspot just carrying their computer under their arms, with the … Continue reading

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Amish Buggy Ride – an example of using MovieMaker

We are currently in Elkhart, Indiana.  We’re here for the Gypsy Journal Rally last week, and the Escapade next week.  Last Friday we were invited by our friends from TechnoRV to join them for dinner at an Amish Family’s home.  … Continue reading

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Amish Buggy Ride – an example of using MovieMaker

We are currently in Elkhart, Indiana.  We’re here for the Gypsy Journal Rally last week, and the Escapade next week.  Last Friday we were invited by our friends from TechnoRV to join them for dinner at an Amish Family’s house.  … Continue reading

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Windows 7: Snapping Windows

Windows 7 has added several innovative ways to move your windows around the screen, and manage your desktop. A great way to familiarize yourself with them is to watch the Microsoft official Windows 7 videos. I just want to tell … Continue reading

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How to Find Images / Clipart

We all know that pictures are worth a thousand words. But how do we find the picture that says the right thing? There are millions of images available to us now on the Internet. Did you know that you can … Continue reading

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Updates are Like Rabbits

Updates, Updates, all those *maddening* updates. I just have to vent. Updates are important, and I will continue to accept them and wait for them to install, but OMG they’ve become SO numerous. If you live in a house and … Continue reading

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Gmail: How do you organize email messages into folders?

We all have too much email these days and it’s hard to stay organized.  Most email programs give you a way to create folders and store groups of email in those folders.  Gmail doesn’t have folders, but it has ‘Labels’ … Continue reading

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Blogger for Small Business

I’ve been using Blogger for our personal Blog since we began our RVing adventure in 2003.  It is drop-dead easy.  When I started, it only accepted text – no pictures, no videos.  Over the years, they’ve added many capabilities while … Continue reading

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Windows 7 Search

We’ve been using Windows 7 for 9 months now, and Vista for 2 years before that, so the Search feature is second nature to us now, and if you attended any of our Vista seminars, or watched the videos, you … Continue reading

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