Admittedly, I’m not the best at checking my credit card statement for unauthorized charges. But I’m going to get in the habit of doing so now. I noticed a charge by WEBROOT ANTI VIRUS – BROOMFIELD. Supposedly it’s an automatic renewal of a subscription, but I don’t recall ever paying for the software in the first place. I tend to have a pretty good memory of things like that, but Webroot doesn’t come to mind, and a visit to the website doesn’t ring any bells either. I’ve searched my email archives, and no purchase history.
Requesting a refund was almost too easy via their website, but I’ve yet to see it actually be processed. So we’ll see. Last resort will be a credit card dispute, because I’m not paying $59.99 for some software that I never even purchased and will never even use or trust to install.
By default, most of the well liked autocorrect features, such as the first word of a sentence, are disabled with no easy to enable them.
To fix this, create a file called winword.exe and copy it into the Outlook 2013 directory that contains outlook.exe. After restarting Outlook, the autocorrect features that you are likely wanting should be available.
I’ve had a Droid Razr Max for over 4 months now. Obviously it’s worlds different that your average cell that has just a minimal camera, texting, and of course phone capabilities.
What I Love
First off is the much nicer 10 megapixel camera. That again is worlds different from my previous 2 megapixel camera. I like the ability to capture those on the go pictures with minimal loss of quality, without the hassel of the dSLR.
Text messaging is so much nicer since conversations are threaded rather than each message being an individual entry.
The convenience and availability of having internet access is very nice, and with that there is no need to carry along a GPS on road trips any longer.
Apps. I’ll post about my favorite apps at a later date.
What I Hate
The size of the phone is a little annoying because I’ve always carried my phone in my jeans pocket, and I’ve already noticed wearing on my pocket rims from having to get it out of my pocket throughout the day.
My family and I have enjoyed your service for quite a number of years now. A loyal customer I would say we are. But, you have a horrible business model when you blare on TV that you are offering a special of phone, internet, and cable for just $90/mo, for new customers. Keyword new. What ever happened to rewarding your loyal customers? Aren’t we the ones that keep you in business? Apparently you don’t appreciate the business at all, because when I called about the promotion, your sales associate made it clear that the special only applies to new customers and you can’t do any better for your existing customers. Perhaps it’s time to switch companies? Almost like you should shop around on your auto insurance, perhaps it’s time that everyone starts shopping around on a regular basis for their phone/cable/internet service and become a “new” customer somewhere else and get a sweet promo rate there.
I’m not sure what kind of sick individual it takes to hack a site such as WhatCancerCantDo.com, but they obviously have no heart. I’ve changed the passwords, updated everything to the latest (both WordPress and all the plugins), yet the hacking continues to happen. At first I thought it may be just cached versions of the pages, as I was using a cache plugin to improve performance, but it turned out not to be that.
index.php file is being hacked with
?php if (is_file('php5.php')) @include('php5.php');? which changes all of the text to the spam words and adding spam links all over the place. A search has found that I’m not the only one dealing with this, but has not turned out a solution to preventing it yet. Any ideas?
I’m fortunate enough to have made it to becoming a Top Rated Seller on eBay. It’s a process that takes time, some transaction volume, and dedication. I’ve got a hang up though. It comes from wanting to take a spontaneous trip, yet not let it affect my ratings and my business. I first thought that by upgrading to a Store, you can put an away message that would ward off the negative ratings that would result in not being able to meet your target handling time for your listings, but that was quickly shot by making a quick call to eBay to verify that the away message would give you leniency on the handling time. I mean you would think that, wouldn’t you?! Nope. Apparently even though you are away, you are expected to carry out business while you’re away.
I can’t be the only one that’s had this scenario happen, and the guy at eBay said that it’s something they are looking into. I wonder why it took them this long though? I mean because a vacation is not unheard of.
I’m not sure why, but the idea of running an e-commerce website, one in which a product was produced and mailed out has always been an interest of mine. Partly because extra money is nice, but also because it’s nice to build something and see it grow. Back towards the end of High School, and the time that we took some classes at the local college, we ran an e-commerce site, but the part that it was lacking was the products. We essentially were distributors but had everything drop-shipped. It was fun, but it wasn’t long before it just became a hassle due to shipping costs, never being able to get them exact from the suppliers, suppliers dropping the ball on sending items out in a timely manner, etc.
I’ve been buried in a project now for nearly three months with my brother, and it’s working out like we have always wanted something like this to. We’re using WordPress to operate the site, using WooCommerce to pull in the store functions, and with just that, we’re beginning to see traffic from Google that is becoming more than just traffic—sales.
For the past couple of days, every text I have sent and even those sent to me have be held in limbo, and then delivered at the most inconvenient time possible, 5AM. Not only does 5AM not coincide with my alarm clock, it ruins my night of sleep. Thanks Verizon. Today has been hit or miss so far, so I’m just curious to see who all sent me messages and thinks that I’m ignoring them thanks to Verizon. I’m crossing my fingers for none, seeing as that also would mean no unexpected 5AM wake up.
As long as I’ve been a member of eBay, I’ve only ventured into selling once before, and it was years ago. It didn’t work out so well—basically a waste of time because there was no interest in the items I was selling at all. I guess there’s just not that many people looking for 1955 Chevrolet rear doors. It was worth a shot though, right? I do wish that the fees were what they were back then though.
The past few days I’ve listed a few items up, and really was blown away with how complex the fee structuring is nowadays. So many combinations, final value fees, fixed listing fees, extended length fees—you name it. eBay definitely knows that they have the online auction market, and has no qualms at all about charging an arm and a leg for their user-base. But hey, if I can manage to find some buyers and make a few bucks even after all the fees, I’ll be happy.
I’m all the time sending YouTube videos that may only have a relevant or specific part that I want to show someone. Instead of having to tell them where to skip forward to, it turns out to be pretty easy to set the video to start at that specific time instead.
#t=XmXs to the end of the url, replacing each X with the time you desire—the first X for the minute and second X for the second.
For example, if I were wanting to link to
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-ONhpNeWQA and wanted to show you the segment that starts at 28:40, the url would look like
It’s discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit. — , Blithe Spirit