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eckhart tolle has had great impact on my life, and i have been following him on you tube and through his cd's for several years...he now has eckhart tolle tv, often put it on in the background while doing chores...always feels wonderful and very connected to do so..

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Comment by Shane M. Wheeler on March 28, 2010 at 2:05pm
Put up some links or something. Not that I can't look up Tolle myself, but a little help would be appreciated, Share what you've found!
Comment by ritaryan on March 29, 2010 at 1:44pm
am complete cyberidiot...only started gaming a couple months ago, and don't know how to do alot of stuff you were born doing...my posts are less than elegant, have alot to learn and am doing the best to share with the limits i have....would love it if you "clean up" my stuff and make it more available to other users, don't know if the game allows it...Shane, my man, up until January i just used the web for mail and shopping, and news and learning...my generation saw the first televisions as kids...imagine that as contrasted to someone in yours, where you have been playing with electronics from birth...this is a "brave new world" for alot of us, and we are willing to stumble around in it and get our hands dirty anyway....think you will enjoy tolle...i will look at some of your stuff, too...thanks, r.
Comment by Sarah Shaw Tatoun on April 4, 2010 at 12:10pm
Rita- I understand the problem. I'm working on a video explaining how to do some things like linking. Hope to have it up soon. In the meantime, +1 for courage for diving in learning as you go.
Comment by Shane M. Wheeler on April 7, 2010 at 8:19pm
Sorry, didn't mean to be critical in a cruel fashion. I mistook difficulty for laziness, and it was a bad assumption on my part. The format here isn't always super helpful either.

If you are posting a blog and want to do a link to an article, look at the buttons above the post buttons- with the bold B, the italic I, the Underline U, and the Strike through S. After those is the link button- highlight a word using the mouse, then press the link button (it looks like chain links kind of). It will create a pop up window where you enter the http:// address. If you want to link to a website or article, just copy the address from the bar above (highlight it and press CTRL+C at the same time), then click on the pop up address bar and paste (press CTRL+V). Alternatively, you can use the right mouse button to copy and paste things.

Hope this mini-tutorial was more helpful than confusing.
Comment by Sarah Shaw Tatoun on April 7, 2010 at 9:01pm
Good explanation, Shane. I'd just add, the pop-up box shows 'http://' already entered, so if you've copied the URL of the post make sure you either highlight or delete that before you paste in the address. Otherwise you'll get the http:// beginning of the address twice and the link won't open. Easier to show than tell-- must get back to work on that video...


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