How to add route lines to your custom map in Google Maps
These are all of our Show-Me-How Tutorial Videos. The most recently added videos are listed first. The first 4 letters in the title indicated the category for the videos: basc=Basic Computer (Windows) Info, blog=Blogger tutorials, face=Facebook tutorials, gear=Google Earth &Maps tutorials, road=Internet on the Road tutorials, pics=Picasa Tutorials, psty=Photo Story tutorials, sttr=Streets and Trips tutorials.
Using Google Maps to create a custom map and add placemarks with descriptions and links. This video was created in 2008, but the only thing that has really changed is the tab is now called ‘My Places’ rather than ‘My Maps.’ Everything else works as shown.
A map can add so much value to a blog post about travels! Google makes all the tools you need to create a custom map, then insert it into your blog post. This video shows you how.
If you receive an email with a photo attached, how do you keep that photo and view it with Picasa? This video will show you how.
Learn why Satellite Internet has bandwidth limitations and how to know when you’ve exceeded them. wifi07_FAP.mp4 – 11.35MB Download
So much of staying safe online is about educating yourself and avoiding scams. This video includes several tips about how scammers use email and how to recognize and avoid falling in their traps.
This video lesson covers how to use Tabs in your Web-browser. The video was recorded when Internet Explorer 7 first came out and covers some of the features. Although your screen may look different with today’s Internet Explorer – this video still teaches some very useful skills.
Using Firefox to browse the web. Using the Back button and using Tabs. Setting your home page. Creating a ‘Bookmark’. Recorded in 2007 with XP and Firefox current at the time.
Using Internet Explorer, Navigation with Links, Tabs, and the Back button, Setting your Home Page, and storing your Favorites. This was recorded with Windows XP and version 7 of Internet Explorer. Although your screens and command will look different, the concepts taught in this video are still valuable.
This video lesson explains what the Web *is* and distinguishes it from the Internet. You will also learn the definition of a ‘Browser’ and ‘Upload’ and ‘Download.’ Recorded with Windows XP, your screen may look a little different but please watch this video anyway! These are universal Web concepts that everyone needs to understand!