Xournal for Linux: http://xournal.sourceforge.net/
Jarnal – cross platform, runs on Java: http://sourceforge.net/projects/jarnal/
Journal – Windows proprietary
–you can read about them in wikipedia.
These are note-taking applications, which can also be used to edit or annotate pdf files. You can insert a cursor to type in text, or use a mouse or graphic pen to utilize handwriting. Of course, the pen is easier…mouse is a bit awkward. There are a few colors + eraser and some other things I haven’t figured out yet.
The main use I’ve made so far of the first two is to add notes to pdf files for my own use. I haven’t used journal.
Wish I’d known about them when I was wanting to fill out postal forms for bulk mailing for OMUG! Would have been so much easier than my workaround way.
Here’s a site I recommend — http://askbobrankin.com/review_avast_free_antivirus_2015.html
OMUG has published several articles from Bob Rankin in our newsletter from time to time. I have an e-subscription and receive his newsletter on a regular basis. I trust him and his expertise.
Do you want to take a closer look at the Windows 10 Technical Preview, but you don’t want to disrupt your current computing environment with what is essentially an incomplete and potentially unstable operating system? If, so you’re in luck, because you can do so quite easily and without any fear by installing the Windows 10 Technical Preview in an Oracle VM VirtualBox virtual machine. In this article, I’ll show you how.
Get the Technical Preview
To get the Windows 10 Technical Preview, which is available as an ISO file, all you need is a Microsoft Account and an internet connection. To get started, go to the Windows Technical Preview site and read through the information. When you’re ready, click the Get Started button, sign in with your Microsoft Account to join the Windows Insider Program, and then follow the steps to go to the download page (Figure A). Next, download the appropriate ISO file to your hard disk.
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1. there is a movie site tied in through the library called Hoopla.
go to the Library site, and it should be listed.
I use my library card to get free movies there.
2. Overdrive (library too) leads to free books and apparently free movies…
3. VLC: a program for viewing films without the DVD.
This is where I found the program (s) that worked well for me:
If you have a DVD movie, and save it to your computer, then you can view the movie on your computer without the DVD.
I’m going to tell you exactly why your iPhone battery drains so quickly and exactly how to fix it. I’ll explain how you can get longer battery life out of your iPhone without sacrificing functionality! I don’t believe anyone should have to turn off every feature that makes the iPhone so enjoyable to use.
Great article: all of the pages.
With millions of spam emails, thousands of malware websites and an unknown number of cyberattacks taking place on the Internet every day, traveling safely through these interwebs is no easy task. Thankfully, MakeUseOf is here to help.
Being a newcomer on the web these days isn’t always a pleasant experience. Setting aside the fact that you’re trying to learn how to do new things like using email or using your new Facebook or Twitter accounts, there are also threats from all sides that you may not be fully prepared for. In fact, the people behind these threats count on people who are more naive about web safety etiquette.
It’s not only security threats that newcomers to the web should be aware of. There are other types of basic etiquette that you should know when starting out your online experience with services like Facebook, installing web apps, and navigating the Internet in general.
Here at MakeUseOf, we’ve offered a number of etiquette guides for things likeBitTorrent, using emails and forums, and even Facebook etiquette. In this general mini-guide, the focus will be more about the issues and problems that Internet newcomers commonly face, and how to avoid or deal with them.
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Don’t let social media take over and dictate your life. You’re worth more than that.
At best, you might describe it as a compulsive distraction. At worst, it may be a full-blown addiction – a problem that can be symptomatic of deeper issues, such asInternet addiction, smartphone addiction, and more. When you find yourself lacking in digital willpower, sometimes the answer is to block the distractions altogether.
Fortunately, you are neither the first nor the only one to suffer from this ailment. Many tools have been developed to combat it and most of them are freely available. Here are some of the better ones that we’ve used.
I had to use this website for articles to publish for my Chemistry of food, on-line class. Found it very interesting and passing it along.
Storify.com is like Pinterest for articles instead of pictures. It is free. There is a bookmark for Chrome and other browsers.
You can share with Facebook, Google+, etc.
Easy to use AFTER you watch the guided tour . http://storify.com/tour