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Have you tried the free e-zines from Welsh Libraries?  All you need is a Welsh Library card to set up an account.  The web address is welshlibraries.org
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General Chatty Stuff / Re: Old web links
October 25, 2012, 09:13:43 am
Only got time to look at the first section Mike, but thanks for making another dull day seem brighter.  Margaret
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General Chatty Stuff / Re: Website - Links
October 15, 2012, 03:52:49 pm
Thanks for your reply Mike.  I now remember seeing the 'smart dog' at the beginning of this thread, dated 10th July.  My memory isn't as good as it used to be!     Margaret
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General Chatty Stuff / Re: Website - Links
October 15, 2012, 09:39:24 am
Am I missing something Mike - the last humorous link I can find in the link section is 'invisible drum kit by Rowan Atkinson' - no reference to a dog.   Should I be looking elsewhere?      Margaret
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General Chatty Stuff / Re: Website - Links
October 07, 2012, 04:19:32 pm
Mike,

Now I have realized where the link button is, and scrolled to the bottom of that page, I have found the 'Humorous link of the month'!  Thanks for taking the time and trouble, and I will certainly be looking out for them in future.  Margaret
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Computer and Information Technology / Re: Browsers
October 01, 2012, 10:20:07 am
Thanks for your reply Mike - I will now Google 'How to hide Microsoft updates' - I never think of the obvious!  Margaret
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Computer and Information Technology / Re: Browsers
September 30, 2012, 05:23:16 pm
 Quote from Mike 'This is part of the fun for Geoff and me but may not be how you wish to spend your time.' 

Mike?s comments struck a chord which is why I am still limping along with our original and only computer bought in 2004, running Windows XP and last updated to IE7!  I have Firefox as my preferred browser and use IE only for the Microsoft updates which I customize so I can pick and choose, and have been avoiding the update for IE8 (or IE9) which I used to keep hidden.  This facility seems to have disappeared so I keep on having the notice ?updates are ready for your computer? only to find the update is IE8.  I would be interested to find out

Is it possible to retrieve the ?hidden? facility
Do I really need IE just for Microsoft updates and if so
Should I be updating to the latest number even though it will probably cause me grief

Thanks in advance 

Margaret


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Exercise Your Brain / Re: Where in the World?
December 19, 2011, 11:05:45 am
If it is correct I am not taking the glory!
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Exercise Your Brain / Re: Where in the World?
December 18, 2011, 06:51:52 pm
My husband thinks the answer is Rome ? all roads lead there so we?ll get there in the end!
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Wales's former First Minister presents his personal guide to getting the most out of life after 60.
Episode 2 is available until the end of the week on Radio Wales
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01757rz 
It contains a section on the U3A in general and the Porthcawl branch in particular.