Do you need to get information out of a book and into your notes for teaching a class or preaching? If you are using the Kindle platform, it is possible to pull material from a book into your word processor. Let me show you how.
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Posts in the Webtools Category at Missionary Geek
A list of links corresponding to a lecture I gave on tools that missionaries might use for their deputation process. This mainly focuses on computer tools used for keeping in contact with supporting churches and your record keeping process.
When using public computers you should be aware that someone could have installed a keylogger which can mine your keyboard input for passwords to your accounts. Here are steps to take to avoid giving away your passwords when you are away from your own computer.
Password Managers make dealing with many passwords an easy task. They allow you to build strong unique passwords without forcing you to memorize them. Once you start using one you will probably be surprised as to how many passwords you have deal with on a regular basis.
Creating unique passwords for your online accounts is important. If you only have one password that you use everywhere, then you risk having all of your accounts compromised when a single password is leaked. Here is how you can create passwords that are secure, unique, and easy to remember.
Missionaries are always needing good images and illustrations for their teaching and presentations. Here is information on two great places to help you get started in finding quality, free images that you can use freely.
Do you have a thumbnail or two in your Chrome browser that you don’t want displayed every time you open a new tab? Here are some ways to delete them and reasons why you might want to do this.
Considering streaming video school while traveling on deputation or furlough? This article explores some of the options and suggests things to consider in your quest to educate your children while on the road.