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TQA Weekly Show Notes for Season 2

Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, explains how to plugins, like Java, in your favorite web browser.

Turning Off Plugins in Web Browsers
Preventing Add-ons from compromising security by turning them off.

Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, explains how to plugins, like Java, in your favorite web browser.

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Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, explains how to program your own RSS feed for your web-site.

Feed Me Syndicated News
Learn how to create Really Simple Syndication

Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, explains how to program your own RSS feed for your web-site.

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Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, explains the process in creating a full web-site sitemap, complete with sitemap index, and robots.txt integration.

Web-sites, Maps and Robots
Learn how-to create sitemaps, sitemap indexes, and how to add them to a Robots.txt file.

Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, explains the process in creating a full web-site sitemap, complete with sitemap index, and robots.txt integration.

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Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, talks about Raids 0 through 6, Parity, Mirroring, Striping, Fault Tolerance, protecting your Raid setup, and the differences between hardware and software Raids.

Raid
An Explanation of Raid Types, Parity, Mirroring, Striping, And Fault Tolerance

Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, talks about Raids 0 through 6, Parity, Mirroring, Striping, Fault Tolerance, protecting your Raid setup, and the differences between hardware and software Raids.

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Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, answers question from Buckwheat Clark on the differences between a television and monitor, and his personal preference, one large 42 inch screen or two 24 inch screens.

Monitor and Television Differences
Tuners, Aspect Ratio, and Source Connectability

Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, answers question from Buckwheat Clark on the differences between a television and monitor, and his personal preference, one large 42 inch screen or two 24 inch screens.

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