Current Issue of Don's Patch
Hold down the Ctrl key as you click the link if
you'd like it to open it in a new browser tab.
#232 July 1, 2018 from http://www.don-guitar.com
6:12 PM, May 31st: Well, as usual I've waited until the
last moment before getting started but knowing that I'm
out of time gives me a great deal of incentive to get with
the program and having almost six hours before I need to
post (any time after midnight CST) means that I may be
feeling pressured but at least I'm not feeling stressed.
I've got this. :)
https://goo.gl/MqAHwF [facebook dot com]
Our email group is a (very) low traffic, non-topical,
'hanging with friends' sort of email discussion
group available to our friends and subscribers.
If you'd like to join the discussion, or just
lurk and 'listen in', send us a message from
our contact page and let us know what email
address you'd like to be subscribed under.
The hands-down, best file compression utility ever.
In the world of Max Vandervorst, anything can become a
musical intrument. Check out his Shows or Music for
Nicolas Bras' articles on rare and strange musical
Maddie Poppe singing 'Homeward Bound' by
Simon & Garfunkel on American Idol 2018.
Taking wheelchairs to new and amazing heights.
https://goo.gl/wZf4c7 [gofundme dot com]
If you missed the 'Laurel' -vs- 'Yanny' controversy,
here's your chance to explore it in depth.
https://goo.gl/avA531 [nytimes dot com]
SoulPancake produces, among many other things, a series of
videos entitled 'My Last Days' featuring people who are
living with terminal illnesses. This is one of them.
How many of these books have you read? [my count is 15]
Of interest to young people (or the young at heart).
I suppose it's because of my southern roots but I love me
some bread and butter pickles. This recipe is tempting.
Whether the word you choose is flutist or flautist, Helena
Schulthess is among the best.
Tim Urban's interesting blog-like explorations into human
A large collection of the sort of stuff we call 'clickbait'
on facebook. https://thewondrous.com/
More of the same but with sturdier underpinnings.
When you click on, or type in, a URL your browser consults
a special directory, called a DNS (Domain Name System)
server, to convert the domain name into what is called an
IP Adress. The IP adress is a string of four sets of up to
three digits, separated by periods (dots) which is the
actual digital address of the website.
What is a DNS Server?
Your internet service provider also provides a DNS Server
for your browser to use but you don't actually have to use
the DNS Server provided by your internet service provider.
Seven reasons for using a 3rd party DNS server.
https://goo.gl/AtHxrj [howtogeek dot com]
A list of free and public service DNS Servers.
I have a childhood memory of watching a 'talking guitar' on
television but I thought Alvino Rey was the guy who played it.
I was wrong. It was Pete Drake.
And this was probably his greatest hit.
Alvino has his own unique place in the history of music.
https://goo.gl/XE9Amn [smithsonianmag dot com]
A rather different sort of country.
How to send feedback or complain about Windows 10 to
Microsoft. https://goo.gl/gH123f [thewindowsclub dot com]
An 'application killer' for Windows.
Ed Bott's curated list of the best sites for support info
on Windows 10 is an annoying, ad-filled ZDNet page but
the information presented is worth the hassle.
https://goo.gl/LquMiD [zdnet dot com]
This publication is only mailed to verified
double opt-in subscribers, and is brought
to you by me, Don Crowder, and freelists.org
with occasional help from my wife, Lisa Miller.
At the time this issue was posted, the current
subscriber count for this publication was 294.
This ezine started out as a bimonthly publication. After a
few years I cut it down to monthly and, just lately, it's
gone back to being bimonthly but with the 'other' definition
because bimonthly can mean either twice a month or every
two months. I didn't know that until I looked it up today.
I find that amusing but honestly, my intention is to publish
every month. I just haven't managed to get that done
recently. Oh well, I'll try again next month.
Best regards to one and all.
July 1, 12:05 AM
Buchanan Lake Village, Texas
Served by the post office in Tow (rhymes with cow), Texas
The Internet: A Weapon of Mass Instruction.
The online version of this ezine is created, in part, with txt2html
, a free and Open Source text-to-html utility I've installed on my Linux Mint 18.1/Xfce
computer. [What is Linux?]
The contents of this page change as each issue of the ezine is posted so you can bookmark this page (save it in Favorites) and return to it any time you wish to see the most recent issue of this publication. If you found this page with a web search or clicked on the link in the ezine and wish to see the rest of this site, choose from the menu below.