KIDS BEWARE ON THE INTERNET

Written by ilaxi


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# Never send a person your picture or anything else without first checking with your parents that this is all right

# Never agree to meet with someone you have "met" online without permission from your parents.

# Do not give out your Internet passwords to anyone (even best friends), other than your parents

# Talk with your parents so that you can set up rules for going online. Decide with your parents when you can be online,repparttar length of time you can be online, and appropriate areas for you to visit. Do not access other areas or break these rules without their permission. If you agree to these ground rules with your parents, there is no reason for you to get into trouble. You may also get ĎBlocked sitesí features like Krowser to make you surf through inspected sites.

Follow these rules, they are not there to stop you having fun, they are there to make sure you are safe online. Be a good online citizen and do not do anything that hurts other people or is againstrepparttar 107883 law. Always treat others onrepparttar 107884 Internetrepparttar 107885 way you want to be treated.

Have fun! Enjoy surfing www.kidsfreesouls.com - A net newspaper for kids and be a part of it too! Check this out: -)



ilaxi patel Editor Online (www.sambhaav.com) Editor-Journalist writer in print media 'Free Souls'-Sambhaav Newspapers


D-BUST Your Computer Ė Part 5

Written by Janet L. Hall


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Using templates can save yourepparttar agony of recreating a cumbersome document over and over again and it can also save you time!

Speaking of timeÖ TIME is something that many people complain they donít have enough of, especially to dedicate to their computer.

I can not stress enough to you to schedule time with yourself to at least D-BUST your computer monthly! Make it a new habit and start working on it now. Pickrepparttar 107882 same time daily, weekly, or monthly to D-BUST. Schedule it, put it in your planner, and on your to-do list. You wonít have to do everything that Iíve been writing about, especially if you take care of things, such as deleting or saving, as you go along.

Make your computer work for you, thatís what itís suppose to do. It was meant to give you more time NOT take up more of your time.

If you are stumbling around a program, take and makerepparttar 107883 time to learnrepparttar 107884 program. If you have to refer torepparttar 107885 manual or call a friend for help every time you try to use a computer tool, piece of software, or hardware, itís time to takerepparttar 107886 time to get professional help! Hire a high school kid, take a class, hire a tutor, just getrepparttar 107887 help that you need. Userepparttar 107888 Help feature on your computer to learn what you can aboutrepparttar 107889 software or program. If thatís not enough, read a book and dorepparttar 107890 exercises. You are losing valuable time if you donít! Remember that time is money!

By takingrepparttar 107891 time to D-BUST and learn how to use your computer to its fullest, your computer and you will be humming along in no time!

Smiles, not Piles, Janet L. Hall

The Organizing Wizard, Janet L. Hall, is a Professional Organizer, Speaker, and Author. She isrepparttar 107892 owner of OverHall Consulting, and Organizing By Phone. Subscribe to her FREE organizing newsletter at http://www.overhall.com/newsletter.htm or visit her web site at http://www.overhall.com

Copyright 2000 by OverHall Consulting P.O. Box 263, Port Republic, MD 20676 All Rights Reserved. Permission is granted to reproduce, copy, or distribute so long as this copyright notice and full information about contactingrepparttar 107893 author is attached.



The Organizing Wizard, Janet L. Hall, is a Professional Organizer, Speaker, and Author. She is the owner of OverHall Consulting, and Organizing By Phone. Subscribe to her FREE organizing newsletter at http://www.overhall.com/newsletter.htm or visit her web site at http://www.overhall.com


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