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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 16 February 2005 
  • Letter from the Editor
  •  by Matt Stephens
  • Free Community Classifieds 
  • by Ruben Bybee
  • February Customer Survey
  •  by Ruben Bybee
  • Find Pictures Easily 
  • by Ruben Bybee
  • Partner of the Month
  •  by Jon Alexander
  • KJ's Virus Corner 
  • by KJ Newby
  • Tech Tips
  •  by Tony Abrego
  • What is Line Noise? 
  • by Nathon Oneel
  • Kudos from our customers
  •  by Matt Stephens
  • Things Not to Say on your Valentine's Date 
  • by Katrina Moran
  • Questions Kids Ask
  •  by Katrina Moran
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    Letter from the Editor
    by Matt Stephens

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    Welcome to this month's edition of The On Ramp. Our search for the perfect combination of entertainment and information brings us to this collection of interesting articles as well as jokes from our great customers!

    A couple of short reminders and then I'll let you get on to reading. First, I would like to remind everyone that Blue ...

    February Customer Survey
    by Ruben Bybee

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    In this month's survey we are trying to better understand how familiar you are with various Internet words as well as trying to learn more about your Internet use. We plan to use this information internally to better tailor our services to your needs and skills. Click here to take our Su... - CONTINUED

    Partner of the Month
    by Jon Alexander

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    Blue Mountain Internet's Partner of the Month for February 2005 is: Coast Computers and West Coast Media. The company is a merger between the two names. Brett Feingold, founded Coast Computers in 1995 and offers services from new computer sales to network consulting.
    Other services include:
  • Computer repair
  • Recordin... - CONTINUED

  • Tech Tips
    by Tony Abrego

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    Hello all. Here is the tech question of the month:
    How do I get to my spam filter?

    Spam filters forward the spam emails to the quarantine section, hence preventing the spam from entering your inbox. The benefit of using your spam filters is that you get only the email that you want and quarantine the ones that you don't wa...

    Kudos from our customers
    by Matt Stephens

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    As stated in last month's issue, we are now including comments from our customers. A few of the wonderful praises I get from you each month will be added to The On Ramp. And, should you feel a suggestion or two is more fitting, please feel free to send that as well. All letters can be sent to - CONTINUED

    Questions Kids Ask
    by Katrina Moran

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  • Why are there interstate highways in Hawaii?
  • What WAS the best thing before sliced bread?
  • What would chairs look like if our knees bent the other way?
  • If you choke a smurf, what color does it turn?
  • If you cross a four leaf clover with poison ivy, would you get a rash of good luck?
  • If all the world's a stage, and al... - CONTINUED

  • Free Community Classifieds
    by Ruben Bybee

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    Did you know that BMI has a FREE Internet site where you can place a classified advertisement for items you want to sell? You can also search for items you want to buy or just browse the ads to see if anything looks interesting. Please be patient with us as this site is a work in progress. We have recently updated the technology and made many... - CONTINUED

    Find Pictures Easily
    by Ruben Bybee

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    A new, free software download from Google allows you to instantly find, edit, and share all the pictures on your PC. Every time you open Picasa, it automatically locates all your pictures (even ones you forgot you had) and sorts them into visual albums organized by date with folder names you know. I have been using this software and find it is... - CONTINUED

    KJ's Virus Corner
    by KJ Newby

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    Hello, this is KJ and this month I'm bringing you some of the most common Worms that are being passed around the Internet. Here is a short definition of "Worms" followed by a handful of links that will provide you with Worm description and removal information. Many worms use Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express to propagate. These types of e-... - CONTINUED

    What is Line Noise?
    by Nathon Oneel

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    Q: What is line noise?
    A: Well, line noise is static or noise interference on your phone line. Line noise may be induced by poor connections, interference or cross-talk from other circuits and electrical storms. You can have the slickest system with the fastest modem in the best part of town, and still be struck down to 33.3 Kbps or slowe...

    Things Not to Say on your Valentine's Date
    by Katrina Moran

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  • I really don't like this restaurant that much, but I wanted to use this 2-for-1 coupon before it expired
  • People say I remind them of Steve Urkel
  • I used to come here all the time with my ex
  • I never said you NEED a nose job. I just said it wouldn't hurt to consider it
  • Could you excuse me? My cat gets lonel... - CONTINUED

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