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Here are the three Gnome 3 extensions I am enjoying:
- Clipboard indicator at https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/779/clipboard-indicator/
- Dynamic top bar at https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/885/dynamic-top-bar/
- Removable drive menu at https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/7/removable-drive-menu/
A computer instructor explains why there is a flashlight, a flash drive, a set of picture dice, a small notebook, and a cell phone in his bag.
Here is the list I check when I am looking for something to do with my toddler. Note that these are good indoor activities.
[ ] Milk and TV [ ] Duplo [ ] Dollhouse [ ] Meal preparation [ ] Mixing bowl [ ] Crafts or painting [ ] Sink time [ ] Chasing and tickling [ ] Reading [ ] Cat videos [ ] Container of similar things
Shane Shennan explains why he makes greeting cards out of pieces of cardboard boxes. He lists the supplies he uses and talks through his 3-step process.
Here is a list of the skills I teach new computer users:A) Hardware: 1) Monitor and Tower ---Turning on the computer 2) Keyboard and Mouse ---Learning when to use the right mouse button, left button, and scroll wheel ---Seeing non-alphabetic keys 3) Printers and other Peripherals ---Understating the usefulness of printers, scanners, flash drives, etc. B) Operating System: 1) Icons on the Desktop ---Moving, adding, and removing icons 2) Opening Applications ---Using the Start Menu to find applications 3) Managing and Resizing Windows ---Using the window controls to maximize, minimize, restore up, and close windows C) File Management: 1) Creating a New Folder and Subfolders 2) Selecting Specific Files ---Single-click method ---Ctrl method ---Shift method ---Drawing-box-around-files method ---Ctrl + A method 3) Moving Files ---Drag & Drop ---Copy & Paste D) Text Entry: 1) Using a simple notepad ---Entering and Saving Text ---Using the File Menu 2) Using a Word Processor ---Formatting text ---Using toolbars