Forming Functional and Friendly Forms – June Web Design News

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School is out for summer, but Computer Courage is here to educate you about web design and WordPress skills all summer long. This is the first of a series of educational newsletters to help you get more out of your website. This month we highlight the amazing integration of Gravity Forms and WordPress. Gravity Forms...
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Wireless Heaven (For Everyone)

This month’s article is all about wireless.We’ll answer some common questions about wireless, and then tell you about an amazing new solution.We came up with the name “Wireless Heaven” because it’s the first solution that really covers all the bases – it’s reliable, fast, affordable, and can cover a very large area. Wireless Security –...
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Google Applications Grow Up (Part 2)

Google’s products have always been terrific, but in recent months the internet juggernaut has made unbelievable progress in developing its offerings.  Computer Courage strongly recommends many Google products such as Gmail, Search, Picasa, Calendar, and more.  For businesses, we’ve been strong supporters (and users) of Google’s business-class mail/calendar/document system Google Apps (if you run a...
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Google Applications Grow Up (Part 1)

Google’s products have always been terrific, but in recent months the internet juggernaut has made unbelievable progress in developing its offerings.  Computer Courage strongly recommends many Google products such as Gmail, Search, Picasa, Calendar, and more.  For businesses, we’ve been strong supporters (and users) of Google’s business-class mail/calendar/document system Google Apps (if you run a...
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Computer Courage Newsletter – May 2008 – Last Chance for Windows XP

Finals Days of Windows XP This month’s article is short and sweet – but ever so important.As many of you know from our previous articles, we at Computer Courage prefer Windows XP to the newer and slower Windows Vista.Due to the general unpopularity of Windows Vista, Microsoft has been extending the shelf life of Windows...
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Computer Courage Newsletter – April 2008 – The Slow Computer – What To Do

Computer technology is said to double in speed and capacity every two years (a phenomenon called Moore’s Law.)If our computers are doubling in speed every two years, why is it that we find ourselves waiting for computers to respond every day?Why does it sometimes take 5 minutes just to open our email?In this month’s article,...
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Computer Courage Newsletter – March 2008 – Antivirus and Antispyware – Our Recommended Solutions

One of the most common questions we get from our users is about antivirus.Just about everyone today is frustrated with their security software.Some antivirus solutions slow down the computer too much, or others leave out important areas of protection.Today we’re going to pass some advice, explanations, and a few simple recommendations.Remember, if you want personalized...
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