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Living Room / Re: Show us a photo of your mutt or other creatures..
« on: September 02, 2009, 10:39 PM »
This is my Cairn Terrier BJ .  I call him my Velcro Dog because he sticks to me. When I not feeling well he will not leave me alone.
                                     Stan

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Living Room / Re: Help? Learning how to drive...
« on: September 02, 2009, 10:18 PM »
How about some tips for a parent (me) teaching a son to drive ? :-\
          Thanks,
                       Stan

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Thank you all for the information.   I am trying Audacity and it seems to work well.
                                               Stan :Thmbsup:

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Hello to all;
                Looking for free Music Edit Software.  I am trying to input music from old cassette tapes and make them into MP3 files.

                                                                                                 Thank you in advance,
                                                                                                                                    Stan :tellme:

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RE Meme time ! Five things people Don't know about me.

1. Spent a year in Vietnam with Coast Guard Squadron One.
2. My son is one year older than my oldest grandson.
3. I always have trouble sleeping at night. ( But not during the day. )
4. Since Vietnam I Hate being in large crowds.
5. My wife of 32 years and I did Foster care for Vietnamese Refugee Children.
                                                                                                                    Stan      :Thmbsup:

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I hate to bring this up, but a magic jack is the cheapest voip you can get.
                                                                                                     Stan Feldman

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Living Room / PC Magazine to go all digital, no more print editions
« on: December 22, 2008, 11:02 PM »
Hello all:
              It seems like more and more newspapers and magazines are going out of business, or all digital.  I still love to site down with my morning paper and a cup of coffee.
                                                                                                       Happy Holidays to all.
                                                                                                                                        Stan

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General Software Discussion / Magic Jack Phone ?
« on: September 13, 2008, 12:43 AM »
I have seen this device called  MagicJack.  It looks like a big USB drive and they claim it can be used on any computer with a broadband connection.  It costs $40 for the first year, and $19.95 a year after that. When you use it a small panel pops up on the screen, with an ad on the left side.

Has anyone tried this new VOIP service?
                                                              Regards,
                                                                             Stan

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Hello all;
              TENS never helped my back pain, but I have had multiple back surgery's so my case is not a typical one. I have a Spinal cord stimulator that is implanted in my back. It does help quite a bit, but it is not for everyone. I Used ANS Medical,
http://www.powerover...ut/proven/index.html
              The most important thing, In my opinion, is to find a good Pain Specialist that you can work with. Every case is different and it took me
years to find a good Pain Specialist. 
                                                           Stay well my friends,
                                                                                              Stan ;D
                                                                                                                    

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I had a problem with Best Buy.com.  I ordered 2 TV sets on the web , to be picked up at my local Best Buy Store.  First set arrived in a box with
no damage, but when I took it home the entire front of the set was cracked across the top. Called Best Buy.com they said no problem, just bring it back and swap it.
    Store manager said he would not take back broken set. Was very rude, said it was .com problem and not his !  I spent 45 minutes on my cell
going up the chain of command until I got to someone who forced him to take back TV.   
    He then would not sell me other TV.  I sent emails to Best Buy.com, but all they said was " sorry ,that is our system."
              I will never shop there again !
                                                                   Stan

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 :Thmbsup:
Welcome back! ( Song Plays in Background ).
     You were missed!
                                  Stan

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Living Room / Is Limewire safe?
« on: October 15, 2006, 01:52 AM »
Has anyone tried Limewire ? Is it safe ? As a Photographer I do not wish to be involved in copyright infringement.
                                     Regards,
                                                        Stan :tellme:

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Living Room / Re: Windows Passwords
« on: September 30, 2006, 12:31 AM »
Thank you all for your help.  It turned out that I had my password correct and Comcast was having a problem and noboby could log in to the Comcast site !! :D
                                 Later,          Stan

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Living Room / Windows Passwords
« on: September 24, 2006, 12:51 AM »
Hello all stations ;
                           For the life of me I can not remember where Windows XP stores site passwords. Also, is there Software to use to store the passwords  ??
                                                                                  Thanks, 
                                                                                                   Stan :-[

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The e-Puppy will read you your email and word documents! It also allows you to hear internet radio and music! The built in microphone allows you to record messages and notes. The e-Puppy also has a LED on its stomach for E-Mail notification. The e-Puppy is easy to operate, with its simple buttons and user interface.

I tried to order one. The shopping cart on the site does not seem to work.



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Sounds great !  Has anyone tried it yet ? :-[

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I just put a link to this site in my store at;   :Thmbsup:
                                                                                                                                                  Stan Railpix http://www.cafepress.com/stans_railpix 

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Living Room / Re: Unprotected Wireless Lans?
« on: May 16, 2006, 11:25 PM »
I can usually see 2 or 3 networks that have no protection at all. One was my neighbor, who I helped encrypy.

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I would wait until until the bugs are worked out. It is Microsoft !! :down:

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