Jotting down notes and reminders on paper is a hazardous undertaking. A piece of paper, or even a notebook, can easily get lost or misplaced. If your house or workplace goes up in smoke the paper notes and notebooks will invariably be destroyed.
Moore’s Law states that the most valuable notes will be destroyed in the fire and the most useless ones will survive!
One way to avoid this is to enter your notes into an e-mail message and the send to yourself. The e-mail will remain permanently in your e-mail system and most e-mail systems, particularly those like Gmail, have very efficient search facilities.
Providing that the Subject Line of the note has been clearly defined you should have no trouble finding that information when you need it.
A quick reminder as to do something can be sent to yourself as a simple e-mail with details of the reminder in the e-mail subject line.
A great service for delayed reminders is NudgeMail. NudgeMail enables you to set a reminder that will be delivered to your email sometime in the future.
You can put as much detail as you require in the body of the message and the Subject Line is where you place a description of the reminder.
It’s a great service and the good news is that it comes to you completely free of charge and is very user-friendly.
I recently exchanged my iPhone for a Samsung Galaxy smart phone.
I was delighted to find that the iPhone still works with data transmission on Wi-Fi without a SIM card. All the apps still work and I can send and receive emails. The iPhone is certainly not a throw away device and still extremely useful as a mini-computer.
The only feature that has been lost with the removal of the SIM card is the ability to send and receive telephone calls and text messages and connect using 3G. Needless to say it requires a Wi-Fi to function.
I you are not sure how to connect your iPhone to Wi-Fi then watch the video below.
Fantastico is a marvelous resource provided by many web hosting services. Here are step by step instructions on how to painlessly install a WordPress Blog on your domain in a couple of minutes.
1. Login in to your cPanel and locate the Fantastico icon in the section called Software/Services:
2. When you click on the Fantastico icon the following screen appears. Click on the link which says WordPress:
3. Click on the link which says New Installation which will take you to another screen where you enter the parameters appropriate for your blog.
4. Add relevant information to each of the fields. See my details instructions below the screen shot:
Instructions relating to the form:
Install on Domain: Select the domain from the drop down box;
Install in Directory: Leave blank if it to go into the root directory otherwise enter the name only of the directory with any slashes (/) eg: “blog” or “news” etc.;
Username: Enter the Username for the Blog Admin Page which will appear at “yourdomain.com/wp-login.php“;
Password: Enter a password for entry to the Blog Admin Page;
Admin Nickname: Enter a nickname if you wish, eg: “John” or “Sue“
Admin E-mail: Enter the email address that you want to use to receive blog notifications. It can be any email that is appropriate and does not have to be on the same domain as the blog. eg: “email@example.com“;
Site Name: The name that will appear at the top of your blog, eg: “Martial Arts for Small Dogs“
Description: This is optional but if you wish to add something feel free to do so, eg: “Everything your dog will need to overcome home invaders“. You can change it later if you wish.
5. Click the Install WordPress Button and follow the simple instructions that follow.
6. I strongly recommend on the last screen that you enter your email address in the form to send instructions that relate to the installation. This is valuable information in case you forget your admin details.
I wish you success with Fantastico and please add your comments to this post if you have any additional questions or comments.