July 30th, 2018

if you are aware of it,
acknowledge it, and
know it is wrong
but don’t do anything
then is the same as participating in it

Anita Hill

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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Get attention from an email subject line

November 13th, 2018


Asking a question in the subject line of an email is a powerful attention getting technique

headache relief

November 2nd, 2018


1. Reach behind your head and place your thumbs on either side of the spine, just under the bony ridge (called the occipital ridge) at the base of your skull. Press firmly as you slowly tilt your head forward and back. As you lean your head back, you’ll feel your thumbs moving deeper.

Do this several times, then move your thumbs out toward your ears about one-half inch and repeat, dropping your head forward and backward. Keep the pressure firm. Do this until you reach the edge of your skull close to your ears. Trigger points in this suboccipital muscle group are the most common cause of tension headaches.

2. Next, place your index and middle fingers at the base of your skull, on either side of your neck, just below your ears, which is the top of the sternocleidomastoid (SCM) muscle. Apply firm pressure for 10 seconds, then move your fingers down the muscle about one-half inch.

Again, apply pressure for 10 seconds and repeat all the way down the muscle until you reach the collarbone. Then repeat the same pressure, hold, and release back up the SCM. The SCM has seven trigger points, making it one of the most highly concentrated trigger-point areas in the body.”

Elevator Speech Creation

October 14th, 2018


Free portable calendar programs

September 4th, 2018




August 11th, 2018


“asio4all.com to download and install an audio driver called ASIO4ALL. ASIO stands for Audio Stream Input Output. And ASIO4ALL basically powers up your computer’s sound card, giving it access to multiple inputs and outputs independently at the same time.”


review https://www.soundonsound.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=62623#p563296