Keyboard/Mouse/Video/Sound switch 




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Today is Sunday, November 4
Time to change the clocks to Winter time,
except in a few distinct areas.
Turn the clocks BACK, so that you get an 
hour of extra sleep in the morning,

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Today's Bonehead Award: 


4 charged after toddler found outside 
with a bottle of beer

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Today, November 4 in
1847 Scottish obstetrician James Young Simpson discovered 
the anethestic qualities of chloroform. 
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___________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Ashlee Harcum, 29 Theresa Rockinberg, 52 Rebecca Rockinberg, 27 Akeiba Johnson, 24 Steeltron, Pennsylvania 4 charged after toddler found outside with a bottle of beer Four women in Steelton are facing charges after an officer on patrol saw two toddlers running across a street. One of the toddlers, according to police, had a beer. The officer was on patrol on Oct. 7 in the area of South 4th Street when he saw two children under the age of 2 running across the street. Both children didn't have shoes on, and one was carrying a full, opened bottle of beer, police said. As a result of the investigation, the following women were charged with endangering the welfare of children: From: Irene Re: Keyboard/Mouse/Monitor/Speakers switch Dear Webby. You once mentioned a switch that allows one to use one keyboard for two machines and monitors. What are they called and how do they work? Irene Dear Irene They are called KVM switches. You plug your keyboard and your mouse and your microphone and speakers or head set in on one side, and the two monitors and cables to both computers for USB, microphone and speakers on the other side of the switch. It is a good idea to untangle your cable salad beforehand and label each cable. If you do that, it's easy and works on the first try. When you start up after you connect, your mouse and keyboard control computer #1, the speakers play the sound from #1, and the monitor shows what's going on on computer #1. You hit NumLock or ScrollLock twice, and everything switches to machine #2. You can, of course, use two monitors. That way you see both the actively controlled and the other machine. The other machine does not pause, everything keeps running, you just don't actively control it with mouse and keyboard, - until you double- hit NumLock and switch the active control over to that machine. If you run two machines at the same time, a KVM switch is definitely the way to go. That way you use only ONE keyboard and ONE mouse. Instead of digging for Mouse#2 and knocking your coffee over, you just hit Numlock twice and you are instantly controlling the other machine. Have FUN! DearWebby
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Today November 4 in
1846 A patent for an artificial leg was granted to Benjamin
Palmer. 

1847 Scottish obstetrician James Young Simpson discovered the
anethestic qualities of chloroform. 

1880 James and John Ritty patented the first cash register. 

1922 In Egypt, Howard Carter discovered the entry of the lost
tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamen. 

1924 Nellie T. Ross of Wyoming was elected America's first woman
governor so she could serve out the remaining term of her late
husband, William B. Ross. 

1939 During World War II, the U.S. modified its neutrality stance
with the Neutrality Act of 1939. The new policy allowed cash-and-
carry purchases of arms by belligerents. 

1939 At the 40th National Automobile Show the first air-
conditioned car was put on display. 

1942 During World War II, Axis forces retreated from El Alamein
in North Africa. It was a major victory for the British. 

1952 In the United States, the National Security Agency (NSA) was
established. 

1956 Soviet forces enter Hungary in order to suppress the
uprising that had begun on October 23, 1956. 

1965 Lee Ann Roberts Breedlove became the first woman to exceed
300 mph when she went 308.5 mph. 

1970 Former King Peter II of Yugoslavia died in Denver, CO. He
was the first European king or queen to die and to be buried in
the U.S. 

1979 Iranian militants seized the U.S. embassy in Tehran and took
63 Americans hostage (90 total hostages). The militants, mostly
students, demanded that the U.S. send the former shah back to
Iran to stand trial. Many hostages were later released, but 52
were held for the next 14 months. 

1981 The second scheduled flight of the space shuttle Columbia
was canceled with only 31 seconds left in the countdown. 

1984 Nicaragua held its first free elections in 56 years. 

1985 Soviet defector Vitaly Yurchenko announced he was returning
to the Soviet Union. He had charged that he had been kidnapped by
the CIA. 

1989 About a million East Germans filled the streets of East
Berlin in a pro-democracy rally. 

1990 Iraq issued a statement saying it was prepared to fight a
"dangerous war" rather than give up Kuwait. 

1991 Ronald Reagan opened his presidential library in Simi
Valley, CA. The dedication ceremony was attended by President
Bush and former U.S. presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald R. Ford and
Richard M. Nixon. It was the 1st gathering of 5 U.S. chief
executives. 

1995 Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, 73 years old, was
assassinated by right-wing Israeli Yigal Amir after attending a
peace rally. 

1999 The United Nations imposed economic sanctions against the
Taliban that controlled most of Afghanistan. The sanctions were
imposed because the Taliban had refused to turn over Osama bin
Laden, who had been charged with masterminding the 1998 bombings
of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. 

2001 The movie "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" had its
world premiere in London. 

2001 Hurrican Michelle hit Cuba destroying crops and thousands of
homes. The United States made the gesture of sending humanitarian
aid. On December 16, 2001, Cuba received the first commercial
food shipment from the U.S. in nearly 40 years. 

2010 Microsoft's Kinect was launched worldwide. 

2018  smiled.


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