Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Facebook spam claim. Record tied.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Galaxy S8 Note
Elaine’s new Samsung Galaxy S8 Note handheld

Elaine has been frustrated with various issues with her Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge handheld for some time, but last week it got dropped on the pavement and run over. This added a major issue, since the screen was severely cracked; it continued to work but was hard to read. We have been ready to upgrade it and this just made it imperative to do so soon. I had gone to a Samsung S8+ and like it very much. When Lisa Violette was visiting she showed us her phone, which I believe is a Note 8, and Dennis Murphy showed us his Note 8 on his recent visit. When I discovered that the Note is within fractions of an inch the same size as my S8+, there was no question that the Note 8 is what we wanted. The larger screen size coupled with the stylus that fits in a built-in slot made it a no-brainer. This afternoon we went to BestBuy and made the upgrade with the Verizon representative there. They transferred some of her content at the store and I did the rest when we got home. I also did some setup as well. Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Facebook spam claim. Record tied.

Kitchen finished. Pete on LED. An added email address for me.

Backsplash outlet strip
Backsplash outlet strip
range shelf
Shelf and box-in over our range

Marv finished up the last small items on our kitchen remodel project this morning.  The new plug strip on the backsplash was an ivory color, which did not fit in with our kitchen design. So Marv spray painted it a gloss black and now it fits in nicely. We also had him build a shelf and frame to fit over the back of the range to provide a place to put salt and pepper shakers and other items and to prevent things from falling behind the range. Continue reading Kitchen finished. Pete on LED. An added email address for me.

Thank goodness for Akismet!

From June 2006 until October 30, 2016 I did not allow comments at my web site. I had never built commenting ability into my SitePower system. Most readers read my stories through my Facebook link and others received them by email, and since both those routes had built-in commenting capabilities I never saw the need for doing it otherwise. With my switch to a WordPress-based site commenting ability was built in, however. And that is when the spam began! Continue reading Thank goodness for Akismet!

SPAMfighter.

spamfighter
SPAMfighter screen

I have been using SPAMfighter for several months now and wanted to let you know the results. It seems to have worked well for me! Over that time the amount of spam in my inboxes has greatly reduced. I easily installed it on several of my email accounts in my Thunderbird email client and it runs automatically. Continue reading SPAMfighter.