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Livia Blackburne In Which I Fix My Girlfriend's Grandparents' WiFi and Am Hailed as a Conquering Hero. [Originally published January 20, 2012.] Lo, in the twilight days of the second year of the second decade of the third millennium did a great darkness descend over the wireless internet connectivity of the people of 276 Ferndale Street in the North-Central lands of Iowa. For many years, the gentlefolk of these lands basked in a wireless network overflowing with speed and ample internet, flowing like a river into their Compaq Presario. But then one gray morning did Internet Explorer 6 no longer load The Google. Some in the kingdom thought the cause of the darkness must be the Router. But with the dawn of the feast of Christmas did a beacon of hope manifest itself upon the inky horizon. The people did beseech the warrior to aid them. Deep, deep behind the recliner did the warrior crawl, over great mountains of National Geographic magazines and deep chasms of TV Guides. And at last the warrior arrived at the Router.
3 Ways to Disappear Completely Edit Article Thinking It ThroughCovering Your TracksYour New Identity Edited by Jared C., Jonathan E., Juliagirl, Tom Viren and 26 others Whether you need to lay low or simply want to be left alone, you might be considering a complete disappearance. Technology makes completely vanishing a virtual impossibility, but with enough diligence and care, it's possible to vanish. Ad Steps Part 1 of 3: Thinking It Through 1Understand the legal ramifications. 3Understand what you're running from. Part 2 of 3: Covering Your Tracks 1Get rid of certain possessions. A good disappearing act takes work. Part 3 of 3: Your New Identity 1Gather your resources. Wear a hat indoors. Tips Delete this page from your browser history, or research modes of disappearance on a public computer, such as one at a library.Check your supplies regularly. Warnings Disappearing will potentially devastate your friends and family members.
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10 Social Networks for Artists 2012 Listed here are 10 social networks for artists. Each of them have unique features for artists, including: Networking with other creative people around the world. Some allow the addition of a personal portfolio, and creation of art blogs. In case you are wondering, I have a profile at each of these artist social networks, but of course do not have time to visit each regularly. 1 - CultureInside Gallery Culture Inside Gallery is a gallery run social network, and includes space for artists to add artworks, biography, artist statement, and an art blog. One innovative thing I saw here is the lightbox. 2 - LabforCulture.org Lab for Culture is a European social network for artists and art lovers. Read current art news, keep track of art events and exhibitions, and find art jobs in Europe. 3 - Artreview.com Artreview, popular for Art Review magazine, is another great social network for artists and people who love art. Artists can participate in forums and groups, and even create their own.