1001 Newbie - Friendly Tips HTML version
Here is the best of my work published in "STAT News" and elsewhere. Each
piece has been reedited and updated to include the latest information available. I
hope you enjoy every single article. And that you find great ideas throughout to
help you start or improve your website, one that succeeds in producing ever
How To Use "1001 Newbie-Friendly Tips"
Many will prefer to simply read it from beginning to end. However the Table
of Contents is designed to make it easy to select items of interest. And to return
to them at your convenience.
The reason for this is in two parts. First, on a given day, you may have no
interest in many of the topics. But when you do need the information, you will find
it easy to select the appropriate article.
Second, as we read about something we really need, we do so with care.
We may take notes, even reread it, just to be sure we have it locked in our
minds. But when we turn to paper or a computer screen, we often find what we
thought was clear, is not. The Table of Contents makes it a snap to go back for
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A Technical Point About Links
Links to other parts of "1001 Newbie-Friendly Tips" appear as links on any
web page, typically the title of an article or a click-here item.
Links to the Web are noted only with the domain name. My site reads:
and a page name if needed.
When you click a URL to the Web, most systems load the dialer if not
already online. If this does not happen in your situation, you will need to be online
for a click on a URL to work.