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Happy Holidays from LearnThePC


Wishing all my readers and visitors to my site/blog a very Happy Holiday, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Merry Yule, and the very best for everyone to have a safe holiday season.

Listen to some Christmas music via YouTube:

Some fun links:

Enjoy Christmas Color Pages for Adults.

Christmas recipes from Allrecipes.com

Enjoy a Virtual Snow globe. Click and shake.


Link: Windows Phone Review

A very helpful review that covers many features of the Windows phone.


Pocketmod- free printable


Pocketmod is a neat site that lets you pick and choose ‘pages’ for a printable page you can cut and fold to make a tiny folio or organizer.

You can pick reference pages such as tips table or conversions, or task lists and calendars. You can even pick a custom page to add what you like.

Its free. Uses a single 8 x 11 sheet you print out. Make a single cut, and folder to make a tiny booklet.



Ballotpedia. This could be very useful for those not informed on the issues. Look up by state, and find the ballots and who to vote for.


Local Link: Washington County Free Library


Washington County Free Library offers tons of services for the computer user, or even those who prefer Android, iPhones, or tablets like iPad or Windows 8 tablets.

  • Look up books in the card catalog, and put a ‘hold’ on the titles you want. You can select where you want to pick them up. This came in handy for avoiding trips to Hagerstown, when I could just pick them up at the local library in my town.
  • Borrow books for Kindle. And you don’t need a Kindle, but the Kindle App (free) for computers (tablet or phones), and read on them. You need the Kindle app and Overdrive, but check out this page for more information. Still confused? The library has people who will help you every step of the way.
  • Computer classes (free). You can learn through a number of classes in a classroom setting. They teach Windows 7 (I can show you Windows 8 or pervious versions as well. Including how to use phones, tablets, and other technology)
  • Book Clubs! You can join the Mystery, Romance, Faces of the Civil War, or Online book clubs.
  • Search for a job. Use their computers in the library, or simply use their links provided to find work locally.
  • Lots of events. This includes movie nights, story time, speakers, teen activities, parties, and more.

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