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Bits & Bytes                                  March 26, 2006

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This week I am featuring some new software that we have 
available at our site. If you like scrapbooking, you'll 
definitely want to check out the Scrapbook Factory CDRom. I 
used it to create a scrapbook of my niece. It's much easier 
than creating a book from scratch, but just as much fun!


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  Relive One of the Man In Black's Greatest Performances
          Johnny Cash Live From Austin on DVD

Following the success and popularity of Joaquin Phoenix's 
portrayal of Johnny Cash in Walk the Line, we are proud to 
present this rare DVD featuring Johnny Cash's 1987 live 
appearance in Austin Texas. This moving DVD includes all 
90 minutes of the performance, featuring classics like 
"Ring of Fire," "Folsom Prison Blues," "I Walk the Line," 
"Long Black Veil," and "Ghost Riders in the Sky." Order 
yours today for just $19.99 when you visit: 

Johnny Cash Live From Austin


          :::::  This Week's Computer Tip  :::::

Create a New Toolbar and Hide It

If you have you have Internet Explorer 4.0 or later and Windows 
98 or later, you can create a toolbar out of any folder in one 
easy step. 

1) Click and drag the folder over to any screen edge, let go 
and a toolbar appears. 

Wish your new toolbar didn't take up so much of your desktop 
space? Hide it until you need it! 

Just right-click a blank area of the taskbar and choose Auto-
hide on Windows 98. On Windows XP right-click a blank area and 
choose Properties. Under Taskbar Appearance choose Autohide 
the taskbar. 

The taskbar will disappear. When you need it, just move your 
mouse pointer to the edge of the screen where you created it 
and like magic it will pop back in place. 

Disclaimer: Advice presented as informational and is true to 
the best of my knowledge.

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  F-R-E-E (s&h of $5.99, each additional CDRom is $2.99 s&h) 
             Normal Retail price $49.99 

Everyone should have a good dictionary available for use. 
Heck, I have one on my computer, next to me on the desk, and 
now this CD-Rom. With more than 315,000 entries, you have 
complete access to the English language! You'll also find 
over 2,400 maps and illustrations to increase your knowledge 
even further. Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP

Webster's Dictionary CDRom


          GopherCentral's Question of the Week

Do you believe President Bush is doing a good job in office?

 Please share your opinion, visit: The Question of the Week

                   SCRAPBOOK FACTORY 
  F-R-E-E (s&h of $5.99, each additional CDRom is $2.99 s&h) 
               Normal Retail price $19.99

Scrapbooking is so much fun, but it can also be expensive 
and time consuming. With the Art Explosion Scrapbook Factory 
CDRom, everything you need to make attractive scrapbook pages 
is right at your fingertips. You can experiment with design 
and color freely to find the look you want without wasting 
supplies. Windows XP/Me/98/95

Scrapbook CDRom


      **** It's Time for Some Target Practice ****
             Airsoft Super Pistols NOW $2.99

Ideal for harmless target practice, the Airsoft Pistols are
spring loaded and shoot plastic BB's instead of real bullets.
Just load up the BB's in the magazine, pull back the
slide and you're ready to shoot away. Accurate, and cheap to 
shoot, these guns will provide hours of entertainment. The
first gun is only $2.99... Order by visiting: 

The AirSoft Super Pistol


  F-R-E-E (s&h of $5.99, each additional CDRom is $2.99 s&h) 
               Normal Retail price $14.99

Have you ever been to the doctor and found it difficult to 
describe your symptoms? It can be hard to tell the doctor 
exactly what is bothering you. Physician's Home Assistant 
prompts you with "YES/NO" questions regarding your symptoms. 
The CDRom will also ask follow-up questions based on your 
first set of answers, and allows you to print out your 
symptoms and get a list of possible causes. Windows 
95/98/Me/XP or Macintosh OS 9 or lower 

Physician's Home Assistant CDRom


Surfs Up... Here's a Fun Site To Check Out:


Ever wonder why Qantas is called Qantas, or how companies 
like Adidas, Starbucks and Google got their names?  The 
answers to these corporate mysteries can be found at this 
interesting free online encyclopedia. You'll find yourself 
spending way too much time reading these fascinating name 
Company Name Etymologies


Check out more CDRom Software that you can get for just s&h of 
$5.99 for your FIRST ONE, each additional CDRom is just $2.99 
s&h. Check out all that is available by visiting: 

More CDRoms Available

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YOU BE THE CRITIC... Have you used any of today's or previous 
software selections? If so, drop me a line about them... I may 
publish your review... Just email me at: mandi@gophercentral.com

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