Wednesday, January 30, 2019

yes you read that right

You CanT WriteiM Not A Good Writer

The Most Common Obstacles for First Time eBook Authors and Why Nobody Else Will Tell You How to Avoid Them

So you know that people are making big money selling eBooks. And you know it’s the fastest and easiest way to make money online.

Both are true, but if you think anyone can just pick up the keyboard and crank out a best-seller, you’re wrong.

If you’re like me, you believe you can do anything the next guy can do. But the truth is you can’t do it immediately without clearing some obstacles and developing some essential skills.

There is a learning curve for becoming a successful eBook author. But you can jump ahead of this learning curve if you use the knowledge and resources of others that have already established successful eBook businesses.

Don’t Let This Happen To You — The 4 Biggest Obstacles To Writing A Best-Selling eBook Include:

1. YOU CAN’T WRITE

I’m not a good writer. Yes, you read that right. At least not a natural writer. I have created million dollar sales letters, and I have written best- selling books. But I don’t consider myself a great writer.

How about you?

It’s a constant struggle for me. I’ve always been very jealous of those who could just sit down at their computer and have the words just spill out onto the screen. That’s certainly not me.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Press this to turn your iphone on

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The Basics

The iPhone XS raises the bar for smartphone technology, but it’s just as intuitive and delightful to use as all previous iPhones. This chapter will cover the very basics of using iPhone XS. You’ll discover its gestures, how to access Control Center, and much more.

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iPhone XS Hardware

So you’ve unboxed your iPhone, and it’s a stunning piece of hardware. Here’s what all of it’s buttons and ports do, and what you get included in the box.


iPhone Hardware

  1. Power/Side Button. Press this to turn your iPhone on. You can also double press it to enable Apple Pay, or hold it down to activate Siri.
  2. Volume up/down. Press these to alter the volume of audio on your iPhone, you can also use these to take a photo when using the Camera app.
  3. Ring/Silent. Flip this switch to mute your iPhone.
  4. Speaker/Microphone.
  5. Front-facing camera. For the best selfies, look into this small lens when taking a photo.
  6. Microphone. Try not to cover this up when making a call.
  7. Lightning Connector. Plug your Lightning Cable into this port to charge your iPhone.
  8. Stereo Speaker.

Included in the box:

  1. EarPods. They’re actually pretty good, but they don’t block outside noise. To use these simply plug them into the Lightning Connector on the bottom of your iPhone.
  2. iPhone XS. Nothing more needs to be said.
  3. USB cable. Use this cable to charge your iPhone via the...
  4. Power Adaptor. Plus this straight into the wall.
  5. Documentation. Not pictured here, but it looks like a small white pocketbook.

Either of these can be used by websites to track visitors without their knowledge

Unfortunately, it is not practically possible to disable all cookies. Cookies also serve to identify you to various servers, such as those requiring a login. Without accepting cookies, you will find using such services very difficult. Additionally, new features in web browsers mimic the behavior of cookies without the public being aware of it, nor how to counteract these “stealth cookies.”

Adobe Flash has implemented “Local Stored Objects” (or “flash cookies” if you prefer) as a feature of its browser plugin, while Mozilla has added something called “DOM Storage” in the most recent versions of Firefox. Either of these can be used by websites to track visitors without their knowledge.

If you use Firefox, it might be in your interest to turn off DOM storage. Open a browser window, type “about:config” into the address bar, and use the search field to look for “storage.” There should be a field called dom.storage.enabled, so set this to “false.”

To get rid of Flash cookies, we can start by seeing what Adobe recommends at

http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/disable-local-shared-objects-flash.html

One glaring lack is that there is no “session only” configuration option. Instead, it is probably best to set Local Stored Object space to 0 for all websites, and only alter this for pages that you are willing to track you. In the Linux edition of the Flash plugin, I could not find a way to do this for all websites; so be aware of the risk. As mentioned above, Tails does not use Flash, which amongst other things precludes using YouTube. Therefore, if it is truly necessary to watch some video from online, download it using the appropriate browser plugin, store it on your hard drive and watch it from there. That should take care of any Flash cookies.