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How to select the best Smartphone: This guide lists the major considerations of selecting the phone best suited to your needs. I also tell you which one I chose – and why. Continue reading
Advertising on the Bishop – requesting comments about the new ads being placed on the Bishop of Technology website. Tell us about the ads: content, size & location, number, relation to donations, and other comments. Continue reading
New life for the G-Tablet is here: Two new ROMS were released recently for the GTab that appear to be what the GTab needs to make it live again. Links & easy-to-follow how-to guides are included in the article. Continue reading
Comments working again
OK. I believe that everything (including comments) is working properly now. The new server appears to be … Continue reading
We have FIXED the slow downs and offline times – It is due to the overload of users online (as many as 50 online at one time. We have upgraded the servers and everything is working fine now. Your help is needed! Continue reading
How to fix Facebook
Facebook pages are an extension of your personal identity on Facebook. They allow you to separate your personal identity from whatever focus the page has. The process of creating one may be intimidating but this article should make it easier. Generally, a person will publish a page on Facebook to focus on a particular area of interest. Such pages can link with an external blog for even greater benefit. Continue reading
Thanks to you we are GROWING FAST! October was a GREAT month: readership nearly doubled and the donations are up considerably over the month of September. Special Thanks to our Donors: Michael Young, William Gentry, Jack Ward & Troy Drake.
Windows 8 or not? That was a question that I probably should have considered a bit more before I upgraded. But, since I don’t use Windows a lot, it does not matter that much. Here are some of the quick lessons that I have learned in the short time that I have been using it. I arranged it into “The good”, “The bad”, and the “The ugly.” Continue reading
Laptop Touch Pad Tutorial
I bought a new laptop six months ago and it has taken me that long to learn how to use the touch pad on it! Sounds like I am a read dummy, right? Well, the problems – and solutions – of using the touch pad are multiple. Here is what I have learned: Continue reading
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