How to Use BCC in an Email

We talk about privicy issues on such places as Facebook, twitter or even Google and yet we trespass on peoples privacy all the time. what a bold statement to make!

We tread on everyones privacy in ways that people are not really aware of and it can cause major problems and that is through our own email.

How many of you get cute, inspirational or funny emails sent by friends or family? We laugh or are inspired by so many of these messages and yet lurking behind all of this is the sending of our email to everyone on a list…all without our permission and that is a privacy issue pure and simple.

For those of you who want to send out emails and retain the privacy of your friends and family, here is a

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The BCC feature of your email program is a very useful but often overlooked asset. Similar to the CC feature, BCC allows you to send a carbon copy of an email to third parties. The difference, however, is that BCC stands for blind carbon copy, which means that the recipient of the email does not know that anyone else received a copy. Here is how to use BCC in an email.




Supajam Presents: The Critical – Killer Fever

You can help ‘The Critical’ get on TV and turn tube time into a recording contract!

They need 5 minutes of your time and NONE of your money! They just need you to click on the link below and vote for their video for ‘Killer Fever’. They are currently sat at 7th in the charts and need your help to get to the top.

Thanks very much in advance we really appreciate your support!!

Blog Post Review


My laptop if off for repair so posts are being suspended whilst my machine is away, however ….
……Thank you all for reading my blog and for  adding your comments in Facebook and  on other sites.

I have been using the format of a joke 1 day , an article the next followed by a quote the day after , so that an article appears every third day.

As of 1st January, 2011 I will be reducing the amount of posts by 50% and only publishing a post every other day. This will allow me to focus my energies on a new project but in the meantime I have some questions for you:

What categories would you like to see?

  • Stay with 1 Joke: 1 Article: 1 Quote (JAQ)?
  • Something different?
  • Something additional?

BUT … I do intend to step up the amount of ad hoc posts, which will be in addition to the planned posts – these are usually things that I read on web sites and would like to share and I will probably do this using

Thank you for your help. Have a great festive season and a fabulous new year!!


Compulsion (via Free Bar Jokes)


imageA man walked into a bar and ordered a glass of white wine. He took a sip of the wine, then tossed the remainder into the bartender’s face. Before the bartender could recover from the surprise, the man began weeping.

I’m sorry,” he said. “I’m really sorry. I keep doing that to bartenders. I can’t tell you how embarrassing it is to have a compulsion like this.

Far from being angry, the bartender was sympathetic. Before long, he was suggesting that the man see an analyst about his problem.

I happen to have the name of a Psychoanalyst,” the bartender said. “My brother and my wife have both been treated by him, and they say he’s as good as they get.

The man wrote down the name of the Doctor, thanked the bartender, and left. The bartender smiled, knowing he’d done a good deed for a fellow human being.

Six months later, the man was back. “Did you do what I suggested?” the bartender asked, serving the glass of white wine.

I certainly did,” the man said. “I’ve been seeing the Psychoanalyst twice a week.” He took a sip of the wine. Then he threw the remainder into the bartender’s face.

The flustered bartender wiped his face with a towel. “The Doctor doesn’t seem to be doing you any good.” He sputtered.

On the contrary,” the man claimed, “he’s done me world of good.

But you threw the wine in my face again!” The bartender exclaimed.

Yes,” the man replied. “But it doesn’t embarrass me anymore.

via Free Bar Jokes

Be the Poem, Grass Hopper


If you cannot be a poet, be the poem
  ~ David Carradine


John Arthur Carradine was born in Hollywood on December 8, 1936 to Ardanelle  McCool  and noted actor John Carradine.  
Brother of Bruce, half-brother to Keith, Christopher and Robert Carradine
Died June 3, 2009

Best known for his role as Kwai Chang Caine in the 1970s television series, Kung Fu

His acting career included stage, television and cinema roles  over four decades.
He appeared in more than 100 feature films and was nominated four times for a Golden Globe Award, including a nomination was for his title role in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill.

source  wikipedia image

Kinetic Typography

I recently posted the following video to my Facebook page:

This video has it all!

Brilliant Art

The video is the work of Matt Rogers, freelance graphics artist and web developer  from Perth, Western Australia.

Brilliant Language

The content absorbs me. I am a coach and trainer who practices Neuro Linguistic Programming and I enjoy language!

Stephen Fry

a master of language and when he uses his skill, just like he does in this video, I am hooked!


NLP Practitioners are fully aware of the impact of Nominalisations (turning Verbs into Abstract Nouns). The trouble is that most people ‘label’ themselves with nominalisations, applying nominalisations to their lives –
they say say things like: “I am a XYZ”. What they mean is that they have done XYZ, in the past.

This has them be stuck with an identity – trapped by their own words!

Matt Rogers

Matt is the creator of

Currently at Curtin University,  just outside Perth, studying Urban and Regional Planning, Matt has always created websites and drawings and is using  his web site to showcase how he has begun to take them more seriously.

imageHis website “is here to show and symbolise that”.
Rogers Creations was created in August 2010 with the goal of creating and sharing high class designs and knowledge, with the aim of providing free web design advice and as a personal blog.

Matt says “I am looking forward to what this website will develop and evolve into and I hope that you join me for the ride”

For the Technically Minded

Matt is a big fan of Adobe Products and often uses Flash, After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop and Dreamweaver which are all available (except for Dreamweaver) in the Adobe Creative Suite.


Why does the video fascinate and absorb me so? –
– Because it has extremely high quality and (excuse me) because of the verbalisation of nouns – What that be then?

An antinomilisation?

Excellent Job Matt!


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