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INTERNET RADIO

LYT TIL RADIO FRA DANMARK

og fra resten af verden

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

Alle ved, at livet er fuld af muligheder. Man skal bare vide om dem. Og så gøre noget ved det for at bruge dem.

Når man som os bor væk fra Danmark, kan det være rart at følge med i, hvad der sker og diskuteres i det danske.  Javel, man har aviser, også på internettet. Og man har Netradio på internettet. Alt det kan man forlyste sig med på sin computer eller på sin smartphone. Måske også som podcasts.  Og det er glimrende altsammen.

Men hvis man virkelig ønsker en rigtig radio, hvor man med et par enkle tryk på knapperne kan følge Danmarks Radios P1, P2, P3, P4 eller P5 – eller andre danske stationer, så er der en meget bedre og meget nemmere måde.

Man skal anskaffe sig en såkaldt Internet radio.  Den ”fodres” via internettet. Enten via dit trådløse WiFi net, hvis du har et sådant installeret. Eller med et kabel til dit internet.

Vi har selv for år tilbage købt en af de bedste Internet radioer, man kan få. Den hedder Robert’s Stream 83i.  Du kan læse mere om den på denne hjemmeside:

http://www.robertsradio.co.uk/Products/Internet_radios/STREAM83i/index.htm

(eller bare skriv Robert’s Stream 83i Internet radio i Google).

Apparatet har ud over Internet radio også FM radio og DAB radio indbygget.  Og lyden er helt fantastisk – helt som de bedste almindelige radioer.

Hvad Internet radio angår kan den som nævnt tage de fleste danske radiostationer ind. Derovver kan man finde mere end 10.000 radio stationer fra hele verden.  Da vi for nogle år siden skulle besøge Australien, lyttede vi et stykke tid i forvejen til australske nyheder for at vide, hvad de var optaget af.

Og vi bruger vores radio hvad enten vi er i hjemme i Belgien, i sommerhuset i Danmark eller på rejse til nære eller fjerne lande. Den virker upåklageligt overalt, hvor der er adgang til internet.

Man kan forudindstille en håndfuld kanaler, som man lytter mest til. Så er det kun et spørgsmål om at tænde for radioen og derefter for knappen for den favorit-station man ønsker at lytte til, så kører den.

Apparatet har også et USB stik, så man let kan spille sin egen musik, hvis man ønsker det.

Og hvor kan få købe en sådan sag?  Vi købte vores på Amazon i England. Jeg har lige slået den op. Den koster i dag (aug. 2013) hos Amazon 129.99 £ (ca. 153 € eller 1135 D.kr.) + fragtomkostninger. Og den leveres normalt i løbet af en uges tid.

Rigtig go’ fornøjelse!

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

kimbrer@gmail.com  


Wi-Fi: How and Where

F A C T   S H E E T

 

 

NAME:                   About WI-FI

 

DATE:                    July 29, 2011

 

MAIN FACTS:        Short facts about Wi-Fi and how and where to use it

 

  1. Wi-Fi means Wireless Fidelity. It is a standard, which is used world-wide by the Wi-Fi Alliance.  About 800 million products are produced every year using Wi-Fi.  It connects products like computers, smartphones, printers, cameras, faxes etc. by wirelss connections. The signal has to come from a hotspot / access point with access to the Internet . This spot should be no longer than 65 m away ( indoor a shorter distance ). More than 4 million public hotspots exist today.  And millions of private hotspots can be found everywhere.  These hotspots can either be open or they can be protected by a password.

 

  1. Public hotspots are often offered by public libraries. Most Danish libraries give free access to the Internet via WiFi. See this link ( in Danish ): http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folkebibliotek    It is the same in many other countries.

 

  1. Many countries have a national overview of free hotspots:  The one for Germany is here:  http://www.hotspot-locations.de/ 

 

  1. Many cities offer free WiFi hotspots in areas of their city. In the US many major cities are covered with WiFi. Minneapolis was the first city to introduce it. Many cities in California followed.   In Europe more and more cities have taken the same decision. London will have city-wide WiFi by 2012. http://linearfix.wordpress.com/2011/03/28/londons-browsing-wifi-hotspots-everywhere-including-underground-by-2012/  

 

  1. Many more cities in Europe are developing a network of free Wi-Fi hotspots:

 

·         Milano:  http://milano.tonight.eu/free_wi_fi  

·         Rome:  http://www.wificafespots.com/wifi/city/IT--Rome 

·         Paris:  http://goparis.about.com/od/gettingaround/a/paris_wifi_hotspotsfree.htm

·         Hamburg:  http://www.wificafespots.com/wifi/city/DE-HH-Hamburg 

·         Berlin:  http://www.phone-guide-germany.com/free-wifi-hotspots-berlin/1471/

·         Brussels: http://brussels.angloinfo.com/af/501/brussels-wifi-hotspots-and-wireless-access-points.html

·         Amsterdam:  http://www.wifi-amsterdam.nl/free_wifi_internet.html

·         Stockholm:  http://www.openwifispots.com/country-city_free_wifi_wireless_hotspot-Stockholm_SE.aspx

·         Oslo:  http://v4.jiwire.com/search-wifi-hotspots.htm?city_id=2752918 

·         Helsinki:  http://ptp.hel.fi/wlan/index_en.html 

 

  1. Free WiFi is also more and more offered by hotels, cafes and restaurants around Europe.  Here is an overview, which is certainly not complete, as new hotspots are added every day: http://www.wififreespot.com/europe.html  

 

  1. In Copenhagen you can see an overview here:  http://www.wificafespots.com/wifi/city/DK--Kobenhavn   

 

  1. A special free WiFi service in public transport was started some years ago in the Underground in Copenhagen and in a number of railways across the country.  It is paid by publicity. It is called Commute Media.  You can read more about it here:  http://www.commutemedia.com/frontpage.aspx   

 

  1. An Irish-American company called Free Hotspot is also offering free access via Wi-Fi to the Internet in many places:  http://www.free-hotspot.com/index.php?lang=en  

 

  1.  Millions of private citizens have WiFi access. Normally it is protected by a password. If you get this password you can use your smartphone tablet PC or computer for free, when you visit them.

 

 

 

                     

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

e-mail:  kimbrer@gmail.com

 

 

CON AMORE 

YOUR EUROPEAN CONNECTION


WHY SOCIAL MEDIA

Name :                    Why   SOCIAL MEDIA

 

Date :                      February 8, 2011 

 

Main points:

Social media are media for social interaction , using highly accessible and scalable communication techniques. Social media is the use of web-based and mobile technologies to turn communication into interactive dialogue. Andreas Kaplan and Michael Haenlein also define social media as "a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0 , which allows the creation and exchange of user-generated content ." Businesses also refer to social media as consumer-generated media (CGM). A common thread running through all definitions of social media is a blending of technology and social interaction for the co-creation of value.

This is what Wikipedia says about social media. And I agree to that definition.

Why should I as a public communicator be interested in social media ? Isn’t it just a sort of non-serious entertainment, which steals a lot of time for everybody?

The simple answer is: NO – NO – NO !

If you want to be sure that you are present where people are today, then you have to use social media. It’s as simple as that.

But isn’t a good and perhaps even interactive website enough ? Shouldn’t we first and foremost concentrate on developing and looking after that?

No, this is not enough today. It is important to have a good and up-to-date website. Of course. But it has to be backed up by different social media. Or the other way around.  And even if you for whatever reason have  a bad website you still have to use an intelligent mix of social media.

 

 

 

 

So – in practical terms – what can you use Social Media for ?

 

  1. To Engage – To Involve citizens     And not only one way ( like Obama’s Be the first to know ) But in particular two ways.  Get people on their toes to get actively involved. Make them feel ownership to the topic you are dealing with. Don’t be afraid to loose some control.  Show people that you are really interested in their views and actions. Be active yourself. At all times.

 

  1. To Mobilise citizens. Mobilise them for a clear purpose – for actions which are easy to understand. The role of social media in the on-going  Arab revolutions is evident. Before that we saw similar cases of mobilizing people in Iran, Moldova and Belarus.  You can also use social media to mobilize people in a local area.

 

  1. To Inspire citizens. Not least in political campaigns. Like Obama’s YES WE CAN. Known worldwide.

 

  1. To Seek Advice.    Politicians do that – even directly from plenary sessions in the middle of a debate. Organisations do that. And why shouldn’t public institutions do it. There is so much expertise and so much commitment out there – why not profit from that. Personally I use LinkedIn and often also Facebook and Twitter for that purpose. With great success.

 

  1. To Give Information.   Though this easily becomes one-way web 1.0 operations it can still be used.

 

  1. Most important of all:  Always use an intelligent MIX of social media. Use one social media to back up other social media. Concrete example: Make Breaking News on YouTube. And inform all your contacts and friends on Facebook, Twitter, etc. 5 minutes before that they should look at YouTube, if they “want to be the first to know”.  And people love to know first.   In this way you also bypass the filter of the media. Instead of you running after the media the media will run after you. If your Breaking News and other initiatives are worth running after J

 

  1. Make sure that all your social media are also available on mobile devices ( such as smartphones, normal mobile phones, PDAs, etc. )    The number of mobile devices have in many countries bypassed the number of normal computers – a trend which most certainly will continue.

 

  1. Very important point too:  Be active on the blogs and social media of others too. Select the most visited ones ( from media, from politicians, from organizations ) and take active part in the discussions and networking there too.

 

  1. Online training in social media :  We should in my view give priority to efficient training, not least online training in the use of social media in public communication. I will at the workshop give information on a number of existing possibilities and make suggestions to the next steps

 

  1. Websites and other literature on social media in public communication :  I will make an overview for the workshop.

 

Another aspect of great importance for the efficient use of social media is to be able to know in REAL time what others ( media, blogs, etc. ) are saying and writing.

 

The Club of Venice has already created a special online monitor called LIVING EUROPE for this purpose. It monitors every ten minutes more than 4.000 online media in 28 European countries. And by a simple click you can yourself machine translate any article into 20 different languages. The translation into English is still the best one. It is all free and available to everybody on the web.

 

Address:  www.livingeurope.eu    

 

The next step is that we will also launch in the very near future a new free, online monitor, which will constantly follows as many websites and blogs of European politicians and national politicians in the 27 member states of the EU.  The purpose is to make it easy for everybody to follow the debate in all countries – and again with a built-in machine translation from all languages. And in this way contribute to creating a more lively European public space.

 

A pilot project is being tested at the moment.

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

kimbrer@gmail.com  

 

www.simplesite.com/kimbrer  
Smartphones og deres apps

N E X U S   O N E

 

Overview of Free Apps

 

10001 Cocktails:   Search for a drink

 

·        A to Z  ( 16.000 drinks )

·        Browse  ( by drink type )

·        Search ( write name and search the website )

·        My Drink  ( my favorites to be saved from the lists )

 

Adobe Reader  ( for Android )

 

·        Recently viewed

·        PDF files

 

Amazon MP3:    ( on-line purchase of songs and music from Amazon )

 

·        Search Amazon MP3

·        Bestselling Albums

·        Bestselling Songs ( you can hear bits of them before you buy )

·        Browse by Genre

 

Antivirus:

 

·        For scanning of packages

·        For scanning of settings

·        For scanning of contents

·        For scanning of media

 

App Engine News:   All the news from the Google App Engine

 

·        Home

·        News

·        Twitter

·        Media

·        More…

 

 

 

BAC Calc:    Estimated Blood Alcohol Content

 

                      You type:    

 

             *   Body weight

·        Number of drinks

·        Hours passed

·        Male or female

 

                       And your estimated blood alcohol content is shown

 

BBC News:

 

·        Feeds

·        Headlines   ( updated all the time )

 

Betrains:    Uptodate time tables for Belgian trains   ( searchable )

 

Birthday quotes:    Lots of interesting quotations ( for free use )

 

Browser  ( for Android ):     Google

 

Business Cards:

 

·        With your built-in camera you can scan any business card

·        Then give it a name / tag

·        And very easily find it again later

 

Calculator:    With all necessary functions

 

Calendar:   ( automatically synchronised with your Google Calendar on your

                      computer )

 

·        Can show Day, Week, Month, Agenda

·        You can directly enter events into the Calendar

 

Calendar Pad:     Shows also your calendar – month or week

 

Caller Name:

 

·        Identifies unknown callers in case they have a phone entry

·        Works in many countries such as Denmark, Belgium, germany, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, the US, etc.

 

Calorie Counter:

 

·        Search  ( enter name of food )

·        Barcode scan:  scan food and read the calories in them

·        Quick pick:

-         Foods

-         Restaurant and chains

-         Popular brands

-         Supermarket brands

·        My Counter:

-         Food diary

-         Exercise Diary

-         Diet Calendar

-         Weight tracker

-         Sync

 

Camera:   ( 6 mill. Pixels )

 

·        Zoom

·        Flash mode

·        White balance

·        Store location

·        Focus mode

·        Exposure

·        Gallery  ( of taken photos )

 

Car Home:

 

·        Navigate

·        Phone

·        Voice search

·        Contacts  ( all your contacts on the phone )

·        Music

·        Maps

·        Settings

·        Automatic

 

Clock:

 

·        Time

·        Add alarm

 

COL Reminder:

 

·        To write in reminders ( for wake-up, telephone calls, parking, clean-up

 

Compass:

 

·        Shown in different forms ( analog, digital, antique, or GPS )

·        Ientifies your exact location

·        Shows your altitude above sea level

·        Indicates your speed

 

Contacts: ( automatically synchronised with your Gmail contacts )

 

·        All your contacts in alphabetical order

·        Search button

·        Add new contacts

·        Display options

·        Accounts and sync settings

·        Import/Export

 

ConveyThis.com:

 

·        Free translator with pronunciation

·        From lots of languages to lots of languages

·        From Text to Speech

 

Currency converter

 

Dictionary.com  ( English )

 

Dolphin Browser   ( mobile browser for Android )

 

Earth  ( Google Earth ):       Find your location. Navigate. Discover the world J

 

Electricity Calendar:  

 

·        Meter Cost Calculator

·        Appliance Wattage

 

E-mail:   Configures e-mails from most accounts for mobile use

 

Engadget:   Latest news about gadgets and new technology

 

Evernote:    Turns your Android phone into an extension of your brain. It makes

                     You remember and recall anything that happened in your life.  

                     From notes to ideas to recording. Watch it all instantaneously

 

Facebook for Android:  Synchronizes automatically with your personal FB

                                        account.  You can see news, contact friends, everything.

 

Fetch It:     Phone finder. When you have lost your mobile phone in your home

                   And it is on vibrate or silent, then send a sms with the message

                   Fetch It.  It will then turn on a ringer with maximum volume

 

File Manager:  It allows you to browse your SD Card, create folders, copy,

                          move, delete, rename, zip and unzip files, launch applications

                          according to file type

 

Flickr Droid:   A fully-featured Flickr app. Browse your photos, favourite

                         collections, sets and contacts. Edit comments, save images,

                         upload saved photos, take photos on the fly and upload

 

Food Finder:   Get turn-by-turn directions to the nearest restaurant of your

                          choice. Shows you where to eat locally

 

Free My Text:  Why pay for sms messages ?!  Send and receive sms messages

                          to and from all your friends on the “Free My Text” netowork

                          for FREE

 

Fring:               Free mobile video calls – 1st ever on Android

 

Gallary:            All your photos

 

GDocs:             GDocs is a simple notepad that can view, edit and synchronize

                         documents from your Google Docs accounts. Can also import/

                         export and send documents

 

Glympse:         An easy way to safely share your location in real time. No sign-up

                         needed. Just send a Glympse to anyone via e-mail, sms, Facebook

                         or Twitter   

 

Goggles:          Google’s Goggles is a visual search app. Instead of using words,

                         take a picture of an object with your camera phone. Goggle tries

                         to recognize the object and returns the result. Can also translate

                         English, French, Italian, German and Spanish words

 

Google Books: Helps you read books, search for books – using Google Books

 

Google Mail:   Your Gmail account on-line for direct use

 

Google Maps:  All functions of Google Maps ( such as location, navigation,

                          search by voice, traffic, street view, latitude, Google Buzz, etc. )

 

Google Sky Map:   It turns your Android powered mobile phone into a window

                                On the night sky

 

Google Translate:  Can translate instantly texts between 50 languages ( incl.

                                dictionary results, text-to-speech, voice input, etc. )

 

GPS Alarm:    It always checks your location. When you come into a place which

                         is saved in the data, the GPS Alarm will be acticated

 

GPS Status:     Displays your GPS and sensor data: Position and signal strength

                         of satellites, GPS accuracy, speed, acceleration, etc. Includes

                         also a compass.   Mark your location and navigate back later.

 

gReader:         An unofficial Google Reader for Android. Reads all your RSS

                        feeds in one place with Google Reader. Keeping up-to-date with

                        your favourite websites is as easy as checking your e-mails

 

Handcent:      Full SMS/MMS service; group sending options; SMS pop-up;

                       Customize look; animated greetings

 

I Tweet:          Programme for checking tweets

 

I Translate:    A universal translator for Android. Now including Text-to-Speech.

                        Includes more than 50 languages

 

I Triage:         About mobile health. Was built by doctors to help you make better

                       healthcare decisions

 

                       ( search symptoms; explore deseases; get cost info; locate a facility

                         Or doctor; medical content )

 

Karta:             Swedish seachable map of Scandinavia

 

Local Tweets:  Pulls the 15 most recent tweets in a 5 mile radius

 

Le Soir:         The Internet edition of the biggest Belgian francophone daily paper

 

Let’s Go Dutch:   Calculator for tips

 

LinkedIn:      LinkedIn network for Android.  Beta version

 

Mail:             Yahoo Mail for Android

                      ( notifications; access to Yahoo contacts; send/receive attachments;

                        Write and send )

 

Maps:            Showing your actual position on a map; showing your selected

                      friends your position; giving driving directions to a new position

 

Market:        All apps for Android available to be downloaded ( most of them for

                      free )

 

Messaging:   Overview of incoming and outgoing SMS messages

 

Mobile browser:    Google browser for Android

 

MP3 Finder Lite:  Search engine for music ( artist or title )

 

Music:          Search engine for artists, albums, songs and playlists

 

My Book Droid:   ( virtual bookshelf ):  Helps you to get track of:

 

·        books you have read

·        books you want to read

·        your favourite books

·        books you are reading right now

·        books you own or want to buy

 

Nachrichten:   German language news site

 

Navigation:     Speak destination; type destination; find location of your contacts

                         starred items

 

New Scientist: Reports on the very latest science and technology news

 

News and Weather:  * Latest news from around the world ( world; UK; business;

                                    science/technology; sports )

                                  * Weather at your selected destinations ( now and 5 days

                                     ahead )

 

On this day:    Daily historical facts and events

 

Phone:      Phone with keyboard; call log; contacts; favourites

 

Phonebook 2.0:  A rich contextual phone book. With connection to social

                            Networks. Be reminded of birthdays. Post your status on

                            To multiple social networks

 

Photoshop.com Mobile:  Adobe Photoshop.com mobile. Edit and transfer

                                         photos easily. Touch to crop, rotate, blur,

                                         add photo effects

 

Picasa Tool Pro:  Google official daily featured photos; zoom in/out; browse;

                              Manage your Picasa photos

 

PicPush:          Automatically share your pictures and videos to Facebook,

                         Flickr, Picasa, etc. No need for manual upload

 

Qype Radar:    Find and share the best places near you with this quick, smart,

                         Location-based app.  It puts over a million reviews right in

                         Your pocket

 

RejseplanQuick.dk:  Rejseplanen.dk mobil.   The fastest way to find a route

                                   with public transport in Denmark

 

Ringtone:        Choose from millions of popular mp3 rings and sounds for free.

                        Also assign to contacts. And send to friends.

 

Say My Name:   You want to know who is calling without looking at your phone?

                            This app will tell you

 

Scanner Radio:  Allows you to listen to live radio from over 2.200 police and fire

                            stations, railroad communications and weather radio

                            broadcasts from around the world

 

Stop Watch:        Very operational stop watch

 

Swirl:            Large database of wines to help you select ( My Wines; Search;

                      Reds under $20; Whites under $20; Varietals; Stores near you

 

The Weather Channel:  The weather at your chosen locations  ( Now; Hourly;

                                        36 hours; 10 days ).

                      Temperature; Wind; Humidity; UV Index; Visibility; Dew Point

 

Thinking Space:   New Mind Map

 

TripIt:          Organize your travel

 

Twitter:        Your Twitter accound available on Android

 

Voice Dialer:  Talk to your phone and it dials the person you ask for

 

WiFi Analyser:  Shows all WiFi signals near you and their strength

 

Wiki Mobile Encyclopedia:   On-line mobile Wikipedia encyclopedia

 

Wine and Food Parring:  Groups: Cheese; Nuts, Meat; Seafood; Vegetables;

                                           Herbs; etc.

 

 

 

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

July 30, 2010   


Alfabetisk CYBER-NYT
Hermed en alfabetisk oversigt over interessante artikler i danske computerblade i 2010:

Alfabetisk CYBER NYT

 

 

 

A

 

Adgangskoder: Styr på adgangskoder: Hvordan man genskaber dem  DATATID 6/2010

 

Android:  77 apps  Mobil April 10

 

Android, version 2.2  Mobil Juni 2010 og Mobil Juli 2010 

 

Android: Historien bag  Mobil April 10

 

Android mobiler:  Smart tilbehør    Mobil April 10

 

Android Rules    Mobil April 10

 

Android:  Tips and Tricks   Mobil April 10

 

B

 

C

 

Computer-“tavler” ( iPad, etc. ):   PC Planet 6/2010

 

D

 

D-Link  ( Wifi gennem elledningerne )  PC Planet 3/2010

 

D-Link    GEAR aug. 2010   

 

E

 

El-Cykler:  GEAR aug. 2010

 

F

 

Film: Gratis film på Nettet   PC Planet 7/2010

 

Firefox 3.6    PC Planet 3/2010

 

G

 

Gem dine beskedder   ( Mobilskolen )   Mobil April 10

 

Glødende Google telefoner ( Nexus One, HTC Legend, Sony Ericsson X10 og HTC Desire )

                                             Mobil Juni 2010  

 

Goggles – Visuel søgning      DATATID  Juli 2010

 

Google Kalender ( om deling med andre )   PC Planet 12/09

 

Google sætter fart på Internettet    PC Planet  3/2010

 

GPS på afveje: Test   DATATID 6/2010

 

GPS tema   GEAR aug. 2010 

 

H

 

Hjemmearbejder:  Bliv hjemmearbejder   DATATID 5/2010

 

Hjemmeprojektorer  ( HD )  PC Planet 3/2010

 

Hjemmesider: Byg din egen HS  ( WebSite X5 Smart 8 )  PC Planet 7/2010

 

HTC Desire    GEAR Juli 2010   og  Mobil April 10

 

HTML 5 tager livet af Flash  PC Planet 6/2010 

 

I

 

Internet er en menneskeret  ( BBC undersøgelse )  DATATID 5/2010

 

iPhone tilbehør   Mobil juli 2010   

 

iPhone 4  ( 14 siders beretning )   Mobil juli 2010

 

IT Bøger     DATATID  Juli 2010 

 

J

 

JOO JOO  ( tablet )  GEAR aug. 2010

 

JOOMLA   PC Planet 3/2010

 

JOOMLA: Tag back-up   PC Planet 6/2010 

 

K

 

Kameramobiler: Supertest   Mobil Juni 2010

 

Kin One og Kin Two  ( Microsofts mobiltelefoner )  Mobil Juni 2010

 

Kompaktkameraer er en lille supercomputer   DATATID 5/2010

 

L

 

Live Mesh  ( fra Microsoft ) – adgang til dine files overalt    PC Planet 12/09

 

M

 

Multifunktionsprintere ( MFP )    DATATID Juli 2010

 

N

 

Netbooks:  Supertest   PC Planet 7/2010 

 

Netmobiler:  Test   DATATID 5/2010 

 

NEXUS ONE       Mobil Januar 2010

 

Nokia C5   Mobil April 10  og Mobil juli 2010   

 

NOKIA N8    GEAR aug. 2010  

 

O

 

On-line back-up  PC Planet  12/09

 

Outlook 2007 - 10 tips      DATATID Juli 2010  

 

P

 

PC Planets nye hjemmeside  PC Planet 3/2010

 

Picasa 3.5:  Tags   PC Planet 01/10

 

Præsentationer ( foredrag ): Skab præsentationer, der klæber   DATATID 6/2010

 

Q

 

R

 

Red Mobilbillederne  Mobil April 10

 

Robomow  ( græsklipper )   GEAR Juli 2010

 

S

 

Slet dine spor på Nettet  PC Planet 6/2010

 

Smartphones:  PC Planet 01/10

 

Streaming TV: Minitest  DATATID  6/2010

 

T

 

Ti iPhone apps   Mobil juli 2010  

 

Ti måder at komme på Nettet på    PC Planet 12/09

 

Ti teknologier, der IKKE erobrede verden    GEAR Juli 2010  

 

Ti værktøjer til en hurtigere PC   ( spec. Vista )   PC Planet 01/10

 

Trådløst netværk:  802.11 godkendt – og hvad så ?   DATATID 6/2010 

 

Trådløst netværk: Opret et sikkert netværk  PC Planet 7/2010 

 

U

 

USB 3.0     GEAR Juli 2010 

 

V

 

Virusangreb  PC Planet 3/2010

 

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Web design:  Professionel web design på få minutter   PC Planet 01/10

 

WiFi Direct Standard  PC Planet 12/09

( Apple, Dell, Sony, Microsoft, Intel, Nokia, Motorola, Cisco, HP )

 

Windows Media Center   PC Planet 3/2010

 

Word Press     DATATID Juli 2010

 

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Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

e-mail:  kimbrer@gmail.com


Om ENIRO og KRAKs tjenester

F A C T   S H E E T

 

 

EMNE:           ENIRO / KRAK / MOSTRUP ‘s elektroniske navnebaser

 

DATO:            Den 29. juni 2010   

 

Om:                Hvordan du selv gratis kan rette og tilføje nye personlige oplysninger

 

Indtil for nogle få år siden havde TDC en tjeneste, hvor man gratis kunne finde masser af danskeres e-mail adresser, også dem fra andre firmaer end TDC. Men pludselig lukkede TDC tjenesten uden yderligere forklaring.

 

Ærgerligt – meget ærgerligt – for alle os, der gerne vil netværke på en hurtig og effektiv måde.

 

Men NU er der lys forude. Firmaet ENIRO – der bl.a. har købt KRAK og MOSTRUP – tilbyder nu en gratis elektronisk tjeneste, hvor alle danskere ( stort set ) findes med navn, adresse og telefonnummer.

 

De findes her:      ENIRO:         www.eniro.dk  

 

                             KRAK:          www.krak.dk 

 

                             MOSTRUP:   www.mostrup.dk 

 

De er stort set ens.

 

Man kan selv med nogle få klik skrive flere af sine kontaktoplysninger ind. Og helt gratis.

Derved bliver man meget lettere at kontakte ( hvis man altså ønsker det ). Og det håber jeg, de fleste gør.  Jeg findes selv på masser af offentlige lister på Nettet, og jeg får stort set ingen spam.  Al den frygt for spam er voldsomt overdrevet. Man skal bare have et ordentligt spamfilter ( som f.eks. det gratis Gmail har ).

 

Fremgangsmåden for at rette og tilføje oplysninger:

 

ENIRO:

 

1)    Gå til:  http://www.eniro.dk 

 

2)    Klik på: Person ( øverste bjælke )

 

3)    Klik på boksen: Opdatér din profil på ENIRO.dk 

 

4)    Skriv dit navn og postnummer I boksene til højre

 

5)    Så kommer du frem til de oplysninger, som databasen allerede har om dig

 

6)    Hvis du ønsker at rette eller tilføje oplysninger, så klik på: Ret Oplysninger  ( øverst til venstre )

 

7)    Nu åbnes der bokse, du kan skrive i

 

8)    Og for hver boks kan du klikke på: Tilføj flere

 

9)    Skriv derefter det ind, du ønsker  ( såsom mobilnummer, e-mail, Skype navn, Facebook adresse, Twitter navn, hjemmeside, m.v. )

 

10)                   Til sidst: Læs Vilkårene. Og hvis du er enig: Klik på: Jeg accepterer vilkårene

 

11)                   Klik Næste

 

12)                   Derefter skal du af sikkerhedsgrunde bekræfte, så ENIRO kan se, at det er DIG og ikke en anden, der ønsker disse rettelser og tilføjelser indsat

 

13)                   Hvis ENIRO basen allerede har et mobilnummer for dig, kan du skrive dette ind som SMS kode – og de kan automatisk se, at det er dig

 

14)                   Hvis de ikke allerede har et mobilnummer for dig, skal du FRA DET FASTNETNUMMER, der er angivet for dig FØR tilføjelserne, ringe til 8040 1313

 

15)                   Her vil du automatisk blive oplyst om, at ”du er dig”, og at dine rettelser og tilføjelser vil blive aktive inden for 24 timer.

 

16)                   Go’ fornøjelse J

 

17)                   Og gør det dermed lettere for os allesammen fremover at finde dig på de steder, du ønsker at blive fundet J

 

KRAK og MOSTRUP:

 

1)    Alle rettelser og tilføjelser, du foretager I ENIRO, bliver helt automatisk også optaget I både KRAK og MOSTRUP

 

2)    Hvis du foretrækker det, kan du foretage rettelserne og tilføjelserne på samme måde på KRAK og på MOSTRUP.  Med nøjagtig det samme resultat J

 

 

ALT DETTE MENT SOM AKTIV FORBRUGEROPLYSNING TIL ALLE INTERESSEREDE.

 

 

 

 

 

                     

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

e-mail:  kimbrer@gmail.com

 

 

CON AMORE 

YOUR EUROPEAN CONNECTION


Om Gmail og alle dets muligheder

F A C T   S H E E T

 

 

NAME:                           Gmail

 

DATE:                            February 28, 2010

 

MAIN FACTS:                Main characteristics and functions of Gmail

 

  1. Gmail is Google’s e-mail service.  It is free and available everywhere. It was launched on April 1, 2004 and is now used my millions and millions of users around the world.

 

  1. In Germany and in the UK it is called GoogleMail.

 

  1. As it is a webmail service the storage of the mail is with Google, not on your computer. You have 7,4 GB at your disposal free of charge. And you can buy more storage, if you need it.

 

  1. You get Gmail here:   www.mail.google.com       Very easy to set up.  Just follow the instructions

 

  1. Your Gmail is available everywhere and from any computer ( on condition that you can remember the login and the password you have selected ) 

 

  1. When you receive a reply to a mail you have sent the answer comes together with your original mail  ( very, very practical )

 

  1. Gmail’s spamfilter is extremely efficient. You hardly ever get any spam.  At rare occasions the filter is so efficient that a few regular mails end up in your spam box. So have a look now and then in the box, before you empty it

 

  1. You can also read your Gmail messages on your mobile phone: http://www.google.com/mobile/mail/

 

  1. If you buy the new NEXUS ONE smart phone from Google the buttons on the front will give direct and immediate access to Gmail and other Google services: http://www.google.com/phone/?locale=en_US&s7e =

 

  1. It is now also possible to send SMS messages from Gmail:  http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=106015   

 

  1. Sending a mail by error ? We all know it.  In Gmail you can click on the button Unsend up to 5 seconds after you clicked on Send.  Then it will come back

 

           See more here:  http://email.about.com/od/gmailtips/qt/undo_send.htm  

 

  1. What comes next from Google on Gmail, etc. ?  You can follow that directly – and even try  

      new possibilities in Google Labs:  http://www.googlelabs.com/         Always exciting stuff  J

 

 

 

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

e-mail:  kimbrer@gmail.com


Fantastiske GOOGLE DOCS

Communications 2.0 tool

 

 

G O O G L E   D O C S

 

A free, time-saving and collaborative tool

 

 

Why continue to waste a lot of time in sending e-mails with your texts to one or many people for comments and corrections ? Why have all the trouble to ensure a proper updating of lists and overviews ?  Why prepare your presentations all alone or through troublesome forth-and-back correspondence with others ?

 

GOOGLE DOCS  can solve it all for you:     http://docs.google.com  

 

This is Google’s free and online service, which in many ways fulfils the same functions as the Microsoft Office package does.

 

You can very easily write and/or upload your texts to this service and word directly on-line with others – also in real time, if you want to.

 

The person or people “at the other end” can work directly in your text, your presentation or your spreadsheet – and add, correct or delete in it.

 

YOU decide whom your partner(s) is/are. YOU invite. And you can invite ONE – or MANY.

 

At the end of the process – which if needed can be very short – you have a text, presentation or table, which everybody has contributed to and agree to.

 

Some call it CROWDSOURCING  or  OUTSOURCING TO THE CROWD.

 

It is very easy to use . Very time saving. Very efficient and reliable.

 

 

The Obama campaign used it a lot it its permanent work with local activists.

 

 

HOW TO DO ?

 

1)       Open an account at http://docs.google.com  

 

2)       If you already have a Gmail account with Google you can use your login and password from there.  If not, create your own new ones

 

3)       Now you are ready to start

 

 

4)       Click NEW  ( to the left )

 

5)       Different Options:

 

a)       DOCUMENT:

·         You write YOUR TEXT ( as in Word ) or you copy/paste a text

·         Now Click on SHARE

·         Invite people ( as many as you want ) 

- either as Collaborators ( meaning that they can write )

- or as Viewers  ( meaning they can see, but not write )

·         Write their e-mail addresses in the box

·         Write in the following box what you want them to do

·         Send

·         Wait to see their suggestions on-line – or open later

 

b)       PRESENTATION:

·         This service is very much like Microsoft’s Power Point

·         The practical steps are more or less as under chapter a)

 

c)       SPREADSHEET:

·         This is the service which works like Microsoft’s EXCEL

·         The practical steps: follow more or less those in chapter a)

 

 

6)       Many other functions in Google Docs:

·         The easiest way is to try them out step by step

·         Please, give me feedback on this Manual – and on points to add

 

 

 

 

         Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

         February 2009 

 

         e-mail:  kimbrer@gmail.com  

 

         SKYPE:  kimbrer

 

         Websites:

 

         www.Niels-Jorgen-Thogersen.dk

 

         and

 

         www.simplesite.com/kimbrer

 

         and

 

         www.simplesite.com/communicating_better   


Fantastisk ny GOOGLE oversætter
GOOGLE har gjort det igen!

Denne gang tilbyder de en fantastisk gratis oversættelses-service.
De kalder den GOOGLE OVERSÆT

Se her: http://translate.google.com/translate_t?hl=da

Her kan du lynhurtigt oversætte tekster til og fra 23-24 forskellige sprog.

Og modsat alle andre tjenester, så er DANSK også med.

Både oversættelse TIL dansk og oversættelse FRA dansk.

Selvfølgelig er en automatisk maskinversættelse aldrig helt korrekt. Men den er flot til at kunne forstå en tekst.

Og som ekstra service kan GOOGLE OVERSÆT også oversætte tekster direkte til hjemmesider  ( med html )
Aktiv Networking: Prøv LINKED IN

The Network Service LINKED IN

 

Networking is today the most efficient way of working. Having direct access to a lot of people worldwide with a lot of professional experience and knowledge is immensely important for any of us.

 

This is exactly what the free network service LINKED IN is all about.  Click here: http://www.linkedin.com/  

 

If you want to join this service you have to fill out a simple form , which appears automatically after you click. You also have to choose your own personal password . Filling out your Personal Profile is very important. The clearer and the more specific you are in describing yourself and your activities and interests the easier it is for other LINKED IN members to find you, if they want to ask you professional questions or to share information with you.

 

After doing that you are a member and immediately on board.

 

LINKED IN has today more than 25 million members around the world. And this number increases every day.

 

How do you invite your contacts and friends to join LINKED IN?  On your opening page you go to INVITATIONS and then to SEND INVITATION .  And here you write the names and e-mail addresses of those people you want to invite.

 

You can also search for names in the Search Box . In this way you can see, if the person you are looking for is already a LINKED IN member. Then you can then invite her or him to join YOUR personal network too (through the box the to right of the screen).

 

If you receive and accept an invitation from one of your friends or contacts to join you will immediately get access to her/his contacts . And not only that – you will also get access to the contacts of these contacts.    This means in practice that as a member you have access to your own contacts ( layer 1 ), to the friends of your contacts ( layer 2 ) and also to the friends of those friends ( layer 3 ).

 

 

To give you a concrete example of the strength of this network I can tell you that I today have 357 direct contacts, 14.600 contacts in the second layer and 1.120.100 contacts in the third. 

 

It is important to underline that it is not only the number of contacts , which is an important point. It is in particular crucial that you ensure that the friends and contacts you invite have profiles near to your activities and interests . If they have that there is a very good chance that their contacts ( in layer 2  ) also share your interests and background.  This is the way to build a really forceful network, which can be of immense use to you every day.

 

And what can you use LINKED IN for ?  In the Search Box ( in the upper part of the screen when you have your own list of contacts on the screen) you can write a Name you are looking for? Or a geographical location , from where you look for contacts or expertise? Or a problem/question , where you want to find an expert.   The search engine will then search among all your 1st – 2nd - and 3rd  layer contacts.  And immediately give you the answer. This means that the more 1st level contacts you have yourself the more useful LINKED IN will be to you .

 

The LINKED IN also has a special Answer Service .  You find it on your personal start page. If you write and send a question in that Box you will most certainly get replies from several people throughout the whole LINKED IN service. Very, very powerful instrument too.

 

LINKED IN is also very successful when you are looking for a new job .

 

Afraid of Spam or unwanted mail?  There is no Spam in this service .  And my personal experience with LINKED IN is that you only get mails from other members, when it is really relevant and interesting.

 

Easy. And free. And you can invite as many contacts as you want. Try to invite many different contacts in as many countries as possible. The more useful LINKED IN will be to YOU – and to all your contacts too.

 

Some people say: I don’t have time for that sort of network.  This is wrong. It does not take time. It saves you a lot of time . It makes you more efficient .

 

As CNN said recently about this service: If you are not LINKED IN you are linked out !

 

And one thing more: If you some day want to quit the service again it is also very, very easy.

 

WELCOME! And GOOD LUCK !

 

 

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen      ( e-mail:  kimbrer@gmail.com )

 

June 2008    


NETIQUETTE: Mine 10 Gyldne Cyberregler

NETIQUETTE: Mine 10 Gyldne Cyber Regler

 

 

1.      Check din e-post (mails) som al anden post, dvs. hver dag

 

2.      Når du får en mail, som ikke er svar på en mail fra dig, så send med det samme en kort kvittering:Tak for maileller lignende

 

3.      Skriv det vigtigste i dine mail i starten af mailen

 

4.      Lav aldrig mails længere end nødvendigt

 

5.      Brug ”Humør ikoner”, glad og sur mand, udråbstegn, m.v. for at gøre dine mails så festlige og underholdende som muligt

 

6.      Men lad være med at overdrive brug af baggrundsfarver og bevægelige elementer i dine mails. Det gør print-out besværlig

 

7.      Sørg for at have dit navn, din adresse, dine telefonnumre, din e-mail adresse og evt. Skype-navn og Hjemmeside fast i alle dine udgående mails ( i den såkaldte Signature )

 

8.      Besvar aldrig en lang mail med Reply, hvor den lange mail følger med tilbage. Lav din egen mail som svar

 

9.      Læg et hyggeligt foto med din mail en gang imellem

 

10.  Besvar altid en mail inden for 48 timer (evt. et foreløbigt svar)

 

                                    Niels Jørgen Thøgersen


Brug Internettet aktivt

GÅ PÅ OPDAGELSE PÅ NETTET

 

Masser af spændende og gratis service til dig

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

 

 

  1. Nyheder:

 

http://www.nyhedsoverblikket.dk/

 

(links til de seneste nyheder i mange danske medier)

 

http://press.jrc.it/NewsBrief/

 

(de nyeste nyheder i medier på alle 20 EU-sprog)

 

http://www.greatreporter.com/

 

www.dr.dk/nyheder

 

www.dr.dk/netradio        (DRs udsendelser tilgængelig på Nettet)

 

www.dr.dk/dab               (DRs 33 digitale radiokanaler døgnet rundt)

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/      (BBCs seneste nyheder)

 

http://www.euronews.net/         (de nyeste nyheder på Euronews – på 7 sprog)

 

  1. Opslagsværker:

 

http://www.wikipedia.org/

 

(gratis internationalt opslagsværk, som du selv kan bidrage til)

 

http://da.wikipedia.org/      (den mindre danske udgave af Wikipedia)

 

http://www.fng.dk/            (de danskebibliotekers gratis og alfabetiske guide til nettet)

 

http://www.britannica.com/         (Encyclopedia Britannica – verdens største opslagsværk)

 

  1. Oversættelses-hjælp:

 

http://babelfish.altavista.com/          (gratis oversættelse til og fra mange sprog)

 

 

 

  1. Vej-finding i ind- og udland:

 

http://www.viamichelin.com/

 

http://www.mapquest.com/     

 

http://www.krak.dk/

 

 

 

  1. Omregning til dagens valutakurs til og fra alle valutaer:

 

http://www.valutakurser.dk/

 

  1. Indkøb over Nettet:

 

http://dk.kelkoo.com/         (oplysninger om priser på snart sagt alt i Dk)

 

http://www.ebay.de/                     (indkøb over Nettet fra Tyskland)

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/           (indkøb af bøger, elektronik, m.v. fra England)

 

http://www.bogbasen.dk/             (køb og salg af brugte bøger i Danmark)

 

http://www.edbpriser.dk/             (check af bedste computer-priser i Danmark)

 

http://www.forbruger.dk/             (Forbrugerrådets vejledning om køb m.v.)

 

http://www.jako-o.com/       (indkøb af alt til børn – tysk site)

 

  1. Søgning på Nettet:

 

http://www.google.com/              (den største og ofte bedste søgemaskine m.v.)

 

http://www.yahoo.com/               (den anden store internationale søgemaskine)

 

http://twingine.com/           (den søger i Google og i Yahoo på EEN gang)

 

http://home3.inet.tele.dk/   (11 danske telefon-søgemaskiner)

 

http://www.epost.dk/                   (søger danske e-mail adresser fra TDC, Sonofon, m.v.)

 

www.eniro.dk/oversigt     (masser af søgemaskiner i Danmark og i udlandet)

 

http://www.krak.dk/                    (alle adresser m.v. i Danmark – inkl. telefon)

 

 

 

  1. Gratis og meget billig telefon-snak:

 

http://www.uvtel-agent.com/      (Universal Telecm – meget billigt, meget let)

 

http://www.skype.com/               (gratis software program til at tale gratis med over

                                          100 mill. Skype-brugere verden over og tale for 12

                                          øre i minuttet med alle fast-telefoner verden over)

 

http://www.dualphone.net/          (telefon, der trådløst virker både med den alm. Telefon

                                           og med PC-telefonen via Skype)

 

 

 

 

  1. Mad og drikke:

 

http://www.altomkost.dk/            (Fødevarestyrelsens gode, løbende råd  som man dog

                                           ikke behøver at følge!)

 

http://www.maduniversitet.dk/    (gratis abonnements-service om mad og drikke. Du kan også

                                           selv bidrage til siten)

 

http://www.sol.dk/                       (masser af spændende opskrifter, m.v.)

 

http://www.gastronomisk-akademi.dk/  

 

www.awa.dk/whisky/dansk.htm        (en samling sider om den ædle skotske drik!)

 

http://www.goodbeer.dk/             (gæt, hvad DET handler om! Skål!)

 

http://www.ale.dk/                       (øl-entusiasternes tumleplads)

 

http://www.vinhulen.dk/             (om især italienske vine og vine fra Bordeaux)

 

http://www.vinguiden.dk/           (glimrende guide for enhver tørst – og pung)

 

 

 

  1. Ondt i knolden – eller andre steder:

 

http://www.netdoktor.dk/

 

  1. Slægtsforskning:

 

http://www.bkwin.org/                ( dette er det gratis Brothers Keeper program, der er glim-

                                           rende til at holde styr på alle i og omkring familien)

 

 

  1. På togt i det danske og det udenlandske:

 

http://www.visitdenmark.dk/        (oversigt over hele Danmark som turistland)

 

http://www.dansk-kroferie.dk/     (om 88 hyggelige danske kroer landet over)

 

http://www.europe-today.com/denmark/himmerl.html    (om vi kimberes land)

 

http://www.nordjylland-vest.dk/   (om oplevelser og kultur i Himmerland og omegn)

 

http://www.odsherred.com/          (om hyggeferie i Odsherred!)

 

 

http://www.visitaalborg.com/; http://www.visitaarhus.com/; http://www.visitodense.com/

                                         (om besøg i større danske byer)

 

 

http://www.linksundrechts.com/   (den glimrende service ”Links und Rechts der Autobahn”

                                             i mange lande og på mange sprog)

 

http://www.trabel.com/                 (om at være turist i Belgien)

 

http://www.hrs.com/                     (on-line oversigt over nye og rimelige hoteller verden over)

 

http://www.skyscanner.net/          (guiden til billige fly i Europa og verden)

 

www.railfaneurope.net      (guiden til togrejser i Europa)

 

www.rejseplanen.dk          (on-line guide til tog i Danmark)

 

  1. Vejret: De seneste oversigter for Danmark, Europa og verden:

 

http://www.dmi.dk/             (sidste nyt fra Meteorologisk Institut)

 

http://www.euronews.net/create_html.php?page=meteo&lng=1   (vejret i Europa)

 

http://www.weather.com/    (vejret overalt i USA)

 

  1. Samarbejde mellem skoler i Europa over Internettet :

 

www.eun.org     (The European Schoolnet)

                         (oprettet af 20 undervisningsministerier og gratis at bruge for skoler og

                          lærere i alle europæiske lande)

 

  1. Gratis fødselsdagshilsner via Nettet:

 

            http://www.123greetings.com/birthday     (send en gratis og hyggelig hilsen over Nettet)

 

            http://www.greet2k.com/birthday/index.shtml    (en lignende service)

 

            http://www.marlo.com/birthday.htm     (og endnu en)

 

  1. Hyggelig underholdning på Nettet:

 

            http://www.kryds.dk/    (prøv kræfter med online krydsord af forskellig sværhedsgrad)

 

            http://politiken.dk/krydsord/arkiv/krydsarkiv.sasp?uge=Uge1   (Politikens on-line krydsord)

            http://www.onlinebanditten.dk/      (mange forskellige spil med andre over Nettet)

 

             http://www.freecell.com/        (spil freecell on-line på Nettet)

 

            http://www.crossword-puzzles.co.uk/     (masser af on-line krydsord på Nettet)

 

             http://soeg.jubii.dk/indeks/Underholdning_Kultur/Underholdning/Vittigheder/

                                                                           (vitser i lange baner og af alle slags)

 

            http://www.jokesplace.com/       (stor samling af jokes på engelsk)

 

  1. På togt på Harley-Davidson :

 

            http://www.hdc.dk/                        (opfølgning til min fødselsdagsgave)

 

 

  1. Oversigt over gratis free-ware til computeren:

 

http://www.opensourcecms.com/   

 

  1. Oversigt over HOTSPOTS med adgang til Nettet fra din bærbare:

 

http://www.jiwire.com/

 

 

 

Gem listen på din computer – så kan du tage den frem hurtigt og klikke på det, du har brug for!

 

 

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen

 

 

PS: Alle forslag til forbedringer og udvidelser bedes sendt til mig på:  kimbrer@gmail.com 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              

   

                                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              


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Hvordan flytte uploadede billeder hen på de rette pladser

 

( normalt fungerer Flickr på den måde, at de senest uploadede billeder kommer først frem på skærmen. Men det kan ikke bruges, når man f.eks. vil lave et familiealbum, hvor billederne skal være i familie-kronologisk rækkefølge. Så kan man bruge denne manual )

 

  

 

1.      Gå via en browser ind på det pågældende albums adresse:  www.flickr.com/photos/.....

 

2.      Klik på SET  ( hvis ikke skærmen allerede nu viser de mange billeder til venstre og det lille til højre )

 

3.      Klik nu på det lille billede til højre på skærmen ( det første i albummet )

 

4.      Klik på ORGANISE   ( enten øverst eller nederst på skærmen ). Herved kommer alle billeder frem i en vandret stribe forneden på skærmen

 

5.      Klik på SETS. Så kommer det eller de eksisterende Sets af billeder frem i det store område foroven

 

6.      Træk derefter de nyeste uploadede billeder forneden op i det store billede til venstre på skærmen.  Hvis billedet allerede findes i dette album, kommer en dialogboks automatisk frem og fortæller dette. Så klikker du bare på: Continue. Du trækker billederne ved at pege på dem med curseren, holde venstre museknap nede og trækker dem op til det store billede

 

7.      Derefter klikker du på det SET, du vil omorganisere ( normalt det set, du netop har trukket billeder op til )

 

8.      Alle billederne i dette SET kommer nu frem til højre på skærmen. De billeder, du netop har tilføjet, findes forneden

 

9.      Nu kan du med venstre museknap trække hvert nye billede derhen, hvor det hører hjemme i rækkefølgen. Hvis det skal højt op i et stort album, er du nødt til at flytte det flere gange

 

10.  HUSK:  Til sidst SKAL du klikke på SAVE til venstre på skærmen. Ellers virker flytningerne ikke

 

Når du har dit færdige SET med det lille første-billeder oppe til højre og alle de små billeder til højre ( såkaldte thumbnails ), kan du ved at klikke på SEND TO A FRIEND forneden til højre på skærmen sende hele sættet til hvem du ønsker.

 

Niels Jørgen Thøgersen   August 2008 

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