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Word processing, slide shows and spreadsheets, Oh my!
Over the holidays my oldest son called me with a problem. He needed to use a word processor for one of his online classes but didn't want to spend a lot of money on a software package like Microsoft Office. Since I am surrounded in my business by Linux gurus, I knew that there was a program available called "Open Office".
OpenOffice.org 3 is the leading open-source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more. It is available in many languages and works on all common computers. It stores all your data in an international open standard format and can also read and write files from other common office software packages. It can be downloaded and used completely free of charge for any purpose.
"Open Office" is what is commonly known as an open source software package which means it is not only free but also people who write programs using the software are obliged to share them with everyone else for free.
Let's save money out there!
Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
Finally - Organized Wisdom!
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OrganizedWisdom Health is the first human-powered, doctor-guided search service for health issues. The site at organizedwisdom.com provides hand-crafted search result pages called WisdomCards, for the most popular health search terms and phrases without the clutter, redundant links or index spam typically found in search engines.
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Happy Surfing From Your Friends at FullNet!
The dictionary tells us that common sense is the ability to make sound judgment not based on specialized knowledge. Other on line definitions tell us it consists of what people in common would agree on.
The problem is that today there is so much media pushed at our children that we simply cannot know what they are really being exposed to and to quote Frank Lloyd Wright, "There is nothing more uncommon than common sense". For example; just because I think a game marketed to children would obviously be void of sex, violence and obscenity does not mean the rest of the world agrees.
Knowing that I am not going to agree with main stream marketing and fairly sure I will, at times, not agree with my children . I was glad to find a place to help me make important decisions on what my kids watch and play.
If you want a very informative review on games, videos and more you have to go to commonsensemedia.org. The Common Sense web site will rate games for all the systems out there and breaks it down to age groups, how it's played and gives more detail than I should list here.
They provide the same excellent service for movies, books, TV and so much more. The important thing is that this is not a review page (though they do have those too). It is a web reference that begins with "Parents need to Know" sections and has advice and recommendations complete with screen shots. It's enough detail to know exactly what it is that your child insists "everyone has" and what they will or will not "die without".
Common sense media is a must when you don't want to trust the "common sense" of the media or the "coolest" kids in school. BTW ... I have been informed that it is not "cool" anymore to use words like "cool".
FullNet Customer Service Manager