The home page on your browser is the page that displays when you first start the browser. Quite often this is set for Google or Bing or your ISP’s web page to display. Other people have set it to a page they quite often want to go to. On my browsers I have my home page set to www.dwightwatt.com.
My great-grandfather James (no-middle-initial) Farrell first drew breath in County Tipperary, Ireland. Great-pa James’ date of birth is blurry: 1835 or 1838. Centuries earlier, military conquest put a long line of English royalty in charge. They seized Irish land to suit themselves.
I just learned of a book called, “Say Goodbye to your Southern Accent.” Gosh dang. What is wrong with a Southern accent?
It was, perhaps, a most unlikely of scenarios: two alpha males and the need for one of them to get clothes onto a Barbie Doll. Yet the story is true, for my son and I were the ones who, just this past week, found ourselves in that awkward situation...
Originally by: Jeanne Huber
A+ certification is a certification that computer repair technicians can get by a certification agency, CompTIA, stating they are qualified for computer repair.
With avid gardeners up both sides of my tree I am programmed to have a wee, spot of veggies. This year it is much smaller due to less free time and the freezer being full from last year.
Originally by: Lisa Kaplan Gordon
While perusing my internet news feeds recently I came across a story that while perhaps a bit dated, still grabbed my attention. Does anyone remember reading about a decision made by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in California back in February of this year regarding an issue with the American flag?
Dear Georgia Public School Teachers:
The problem was that the person could connect to the Internet, but they could not open any web pages. The network connection showed they were connected to the Internet and this confirmed when they tried pinging an Internet address.
When every town had a department store, highways were full of traveling salesmen “repping” clothing manufacturers. A town of any size had three, four, maybe more stores selling a wide line of clothing and shoes.
I walked into my wife’s office, turned my backside to her, and said, “Could you please check and see if it’s still there? I have just had it chewed out so badly that I’m really not sure; I’m afraid it may be gone...”
Originally by: Jeanne Huber
It would appear as if our president has all but given up — not only on his presidency, but on governing at all. With crisis after crisis at every turn there is no late-night candle burning in the White House. Instead that candle is lighting the way for a series of fundraising events.
More and more people are getting phone calls that there are problems with their PC and that the caller can fix the problems. This raises several questions. How do they know your PC has a problem and will they really fix your PC?
The U.S. Senate race this November between Democrat Michelle Nunn and Republican David Perdue will be one of the more unusual campaigns we have witnessed in Georgia. Neither has held public office and both are anxious to portray themselves as the ultimate “outsider.”
Last year I donated a fiddle to the Douglas County Museum of History and Art. My father swapped his Sears accordion for the fiddle owned by a big-fingered Milam cousin. The cousin lacked an instinct for accordions also and Dad wound up with both of them.
I am getting farther and farther from the days of my childhood, and as such, the memories thereof are fading somewhat. But, like everyone, certain memories have, for whatever reason, etched themselves indelibly into my brain.