This week’s email newsletter articles are:
- Strange Home Networking Problem Solved
I’ve been fighting a home networking problem for a couple months. The symptoms were strange, though, and the solution was even stranger…
First, let’s consider the network. I’ve got a Cisco-Linksys E3000 wireless B/G/N router with four Gigabit Ethernet ports on it. I’ve also have a couple Cisco SD2008T 8 Port Desktop 10/100/100 Gigabit switches, but they don’t have anything to do with the problem. The problem connections were between wired computer connections and also between wired and wireless computer connections. […]
This Week On-Line — New Articles
With my new design of my Terry’s Computer Tips web site, I now publish articles individually rather than as an on-line issue. That also means that I can link directly to the articles, as I’ve done below:
- Getting Started With Usenet News
Usenet, the Internet-based distributed bulletin board system with over 110,000 separate forums, is still alive and well — over 30 years after it was created in 1980. What do I mean by "distributed bulletin board system?”" Think of it as a forum that is hosted on many, many, many different computers, each displaying some or […]
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This Week Online — Blast From The Past
Articles Newly Posted Online
This is a new individual article this week on my Terry’s Computer Tip web site that was originally posted in my email newsletter.
- A Lost Address Book Window Pane in Thunderbird
I wrote recently to answer a question about how to create an address book in Thunderbird. That triggered long-time subscriber Chet Norris to write about his frustration:
hi Terry just read your article on creating an address book which i did and named it ‘friends.’ i put all my friends addys in there and now
I love the redesign of my Terry’s Computer Tips web site — it makes article posting and maintenance much easier than before. I’m glad I switched to WordPress and the Genesis Framework. On my Terry’s Computer Tips site, I’m using the base Genesis Framework without any of their child themes.