I love Sticky Notes, the application which Microsoft began including with Windows 7. My motherboard died, and I had to get a new computer. I needed to restore all my helpful Sticky Notes, and this article explained how. Thank you, Lincoln Spector.
A client told me he could not connect to the Internet. When I arrived at the house, I saw that the ethernet cable was not plugged into his laptop. I connected the cable, rebooted the computer and, voila, Internet. Later, we unplugged everything and connected wirelessly. I did not think to figure out why he was not previously connecting wirelessly, so I that’s a mistake on my part.
But I did do this part right: I put a label on his laptop above the ethernet port, a label on the wireless router above its ethernet port and a label on the ethernet cable itself.
I already had LinkedIn & Tumblr accounts, but I had not heard of Path. So I created a Path.com account, but I did not add any contacts. But maybe it’s the next big thing. On Tumblr, I had two blogs. It was a simple matter to create a third specifically for Help Us Get Online.
The theme I use on this blog allows me to automatically update my Twitter account and Facebook page with each new blog entry I publish. I’m learning Google’s new product for businesses, Google+ Pages. I successfully updated the Help Us Get Online Page, but the privacy setting for the post was not public. I followed these instructions, and I’m hoping that this blog entry will update the page and be visible to the public.
Changing who can see your Publicized posts on Google+
After you have authorized your Google+ connection, you can change this setting by going to Settings > Manage apps & activities from within Google+.
P.S. It worked! But I had a grammatical error in the blog subject header. I’ve corrected it, but it remains where it was automatically entered into the Google+ Page.