Computing

If you aren’t getting email from Voice for Liberty

If you aren’t getting email from Voice for Liberty

Troubleshoot why you aren't getting email from Voice for Liberty or other senders. From time to time people ask me if I'm still sending email newsletters from the Voice for Liberty. The answer is yes, I am. But some people tell me they aren't receiving them, even though I have verified that the emails are, indeed, being sent. So if you aren't receiving your email from the Voice for Liberty or other senders, here are some troubleshooting steps. (I usually send Friday morning, but sometimes also on other days.) Spam. Just what is it? Most email programs or systems filter…
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I’m concerned about Google

As someone who uses and relies on many Google products, I'm concerned when the company's CEO says "If you have something that you don't want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place." This quote is attributed to Google CEO Eric Schmidt in 2009. Tim Carney has more in the Washington Examiner at Even law-abiding people should oppose surveillance. "If you have something that you don't want anyone to know," Google CEO Eric Schmidt said in 2009, "maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place." This line was creepy enough coming from one…
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I lost some data

Yesterday afternoon my web hosting company, which I am satisfied with, suffered a mishap and some data was lost. This site was unavailable for some time, too. I reconstructed the posts from yesterday. The comments that were left were lost, at least in their normal form. I fetched them from my email notifications and included them within the text of the posts. Other than that I think everything is okay and back to normal, but I'd appreciate a notification if something isn't working. Email to [email protected], or call 316-708-1837.
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I’ll help you with technology

I hate to see activists struggle with technology. Whether it's creating and managing a blog, using Facebook or Twitter, or just using computers and the Internet effectively, I'd like to help. Crossloop is a tool that lets people work together remotely. By using it, you'll be able to see my computer screen, and I -- with your permission -- can see yours. Working together this way, we can resolve many problems quickly. If you're a center-right or libertarian activist and need help, contact me. It's free. You'll have to do an easy download of some software, but you don't have…
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