Quick temporary links

May 9th, 2017

Win10 assistance upgrade, Vista

Windows 10 to be like Windows 7


Foods to stop craving

March 15th, 2017


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Writing structure

August 28th, 2015

W = Who – Determine who your most primary target audience is (not to be in the piece of writing).

W = What – Define what it is you are writing about.

W = Why – Discuss why it’s important.

W = Ways – Give 3-5 ways or tips so the reader can apply the “what”.

E = Example – Share an example or case study.

E = Encourage – End with a “you can do it!” paragraph.

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CiviCRM quick notes

August 18th, 2015



March 7th, 2014

I’ve been working on breath control to improve my health, particularly for my heart. I found this nice summary of breathing exercises.


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Thank you letters

October 14th, 2013

Thanks to http://www.themorningnews.org/article/how-to-write-a-thank-you-note


  1. Get yourself some stationery, plain note cards or a selection of attractive postcards (yes, postcards are perfectly acceptable!), and proper postage. Avoid the pre-inscribed ‘Thank you!’ cards in loopy script, as there are times you’ll want to write notes where that aesthetic feels all wrong. Better to choose paper you like. Stay away from full-size sheets
  2. Greet the Giver — Dear Aunt Sally,
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DJ info

November 6th, 2017



okay, that last one didn’t have to do with DJing, so sue me! LOL





Online marketing and coaching info

November 6th, 2017





Windows Win10 fix user experience

October 30th, 2017





Windows 10 turn off updates

October 12th, 2017

I was going to use a laptop for dj work, and of course stupid updates cause music to stutter.

Here’s a post on stopping it. Best to read the whole thing but here’s the crux of the matter:

  1. Press [Windows] + [R] and type services.msc.

  2. Look for the “Windows module installer” and open the Settings.

  3. Switch the start type to manual. Repeat this step for the Windows Update service.

  4. Open the Control Panel and click on Windows Update.

  5. On the left side you can see the option Change Settings. Switch it to “Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them”.

  6. Reboot your computer.

With this steps you set the Windows update process to manual, which means the high CPU usage by the Windows Modules Installer in Windows 10 respectively Windows 8.1 should be fixed. At least it no longer stars in the background. You set the Windows Update to manual, so you have to start the update regularly by yourself.


June 24th, 2017

Passwords are critical. Here’s the best way to create one.

easy complex password