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Maggie Dwyer
Works at University of Texas at Arlington
Lives in Fort Worth, Texas
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Lots of information about how to get the most bang for your WiFi buck. And how to use more features with each device.
Tips to help you strengthen your wi-fi wireless network signal
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How many times in grocery stores or in public venues to I see parents, mostly moms, ignoring their small children to talk to someone on a phone. Those children need her attention - what they are learning is that devices are more important than they are.
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Why do you suppose the person who illustrated with the video felt the need to censor the poem? That's not honest. Which is what this poem is about. It deserves better.

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Researching tea and tea bags today. 
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Tom Bernardin is still selling these maps - I need to get one and frame it for a New Yorker friend as a gift this xmas. It's something he won't have already bought for himself!
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Google, I still love iGoogle. How hard would it be to just leave it alone and let me keep using it? I need to find or build a new homepage soon if you really are getting rid of it. :-(
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Hi Maggie - Getting rid of what? I am seriously behind the times net-wise (real life keeps getting in the way). What are they abolishing now? I still haven't forgiven them for taking away first the reading group, then the Reader itself. And I HATE the two-column thing in G+. Are they zapping the free Google webpage-building tools?  (Not sure it's a smart marketing ploy on their part to keep letting us down like this. How much trust can one put in their grand new toys if they're only going to get jerked away? Reminds me of Charlie Brown, Lucy, and the football...)
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Wonderful! We are growing a lot of veges, but they are not quite ready yet. Should have some new potatoes next week, and the tomatoes, zucchini and chard will be along later. Also runner beans, peas and assorted brassicas!
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I'm a writer who started out doing a lot of old-fashioned things like writing articles and taking photos for those articles, who moved on to become a web designer and and over time the job has grown to include social media. I am not interested in all of it, because there is only so much time in a day.
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We discovered Szechuan when we moved to Fort Worth in 1989, and have been regulars ever since. Having spent years in New York City and Seattle with their great Chinatown/International districts, it was a pleasure to find an authentic (a subjective notion, but it works for us) Szechuan restaurant in Fort Worth. The decor is nice but isn't important. If the food wasn't excellent the decor wouldn't matter--said by someone who always heads downstairs to eat at Wo Hop in New York City (where you go for the food, not the lacquer). The service is always fast and courteous. We mostly get takeout, and to play on the Cheer's theme song, it's not where "everybody knows your name," but it's where the front end staff all recognize your voice when you call to place your order.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 3 years ago
I visit this restaurant when I have events to celebrate. The food is excellent and we have the leisure to linger over the meal.
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reviewed 4 years ago
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