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Where I might say a few words from time to time to notify visitors of changes or additions.
Yeah, right.

Or maybe I will just comment on some current event.

A policy of an eye for an eye, will only lead to everyone being blind.

Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.

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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions                                            

This page contains answers to common "Frequently Asked Questions", along with some tips and links that may be found useful. All are presented below as questions.

Note: The net offers so many possibilities... it is hard to begin to explain. But with just a few clicks (ThreeClicks ) the world is at your finger tips.  

  1. How do I "surf" the Internet ?
  2. Where can I find ... ?
  3. Why doesn't ... ?
  4. Who is Oz ... ?
  5. What is ... ?
  6. When is ... ?

How do I "surf" the Internet ?

The best answer to this question is to use the best browser, Microsoft Internet Explorer.  There are several different versions of IE and users are able to set and change personal preferences in each version. You can of course have more than one browser on your computer, but only one version of IE at the time. So when you decide to upgrade your current version, your older version will be overwritten. When upgrading, the new version will allow you to keep all of your bookmarks, however, other settings that you are used to may be changed. This is especially true of Netscape which tries to take over your mail settings, and adds by default, many useless items to your computer, like an auto start AOL Instant Messenger. Most users already have both IE and NS on their computers and can use them both. Even both at the same time. One must choose only one of them as their default browser. IE does read more code, thus more web content will be viewable as the web programmer intended it. Even the help files of most software are viewed with your default browser. But no matter which browser(s) you decide to use, you will need to keep an updated version and also add a few updated plug-ins to them from time to time. Your default browser is a very important part of your computer so choose carefully and visit the link below regularly. 

Link: Browsers and Plug-ins

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Where can I find ... ?

The answer to the question is to use a search engine. Actually it is best to use several search engines all at once. This one Fast-Find , an edited version of Dogpileseems to return more than enough useful links by using several engines simultaneously. But, if more returns are desired, try All-Find. Or perhaps Reverse-Find is needed. Remember that some webmasters try to get their pages returned in as many searches as possible, by adding hundreds of keywords to their sites. So be mindful of the fact that NOT all the pages and sites returned by a search actually contain information about your search words or subject.

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Why doesn't ... ?

This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. The simple answer to this question is just "becOZ" it doesn't.

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Who is Oz ... ?

The answer to that question may be found by "LQQKing" below.

Quick LQQKup
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What is ... ?

Here are some of the best Dictionary & Thesaurus sites on
the web. Do yourself a favor, and use them to answer your "what is...?" questions!

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When is ... ?

This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question.

This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. This is the answer to the question. Well, the answer to that question eludes me at the moment.

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Just follow a few shorthand conventions for user-interface procedures. Key combinations will be presented like this: Ctrl+Alt+Delete, which means that one should press and hold down the Control key, the Alt key, and the Delete key at the same time. Menu selections will be presented like this: File->Open, which means that one should open the File menu, and then make the Open selection.

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