Friday, January 15th, 2021

Newsletter and Notifications

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Dong’s note on newsletters

I’m not big on newsletters. Still, let’s be clear on what you’re getting into.

I have a weekly email sent out automatically. It includes what I have posted over the week — no email if nothing was posted. Once in a long while, I do send out an email for special occasions. But you won’t get on that list right away.

Enter your email and click on “Sign Me Up!” you’ll get a confirmation message. If confirmed, you’ll officially follow my blog and get a notification each time I publish or update a post.

Then after a while (from at least a week to a few months), if you don’t unfollow, you’ll be added to the mailing list. Why the delay? Well, I have better things to do than managing email addresses.

And then you can unsubscribe at any time via a one-click link within the email, permanently. Seriously, I have no time to spam you. And your email is safe with me. That’s a promise.

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4 thoughts on “Newsletter and Notifications”

  1. TP-Link Archer AX11000
    How does it handle power loss? The netgear one I have loses all the settings during a power loss.

    • That issue was rare, Gregg. All new routers can handle that just fine these days. But you should always back up the setting, just in case.

  2. Hi want help with placing (Router bandwidth: Wi-Fi vs. Wired) together. I sort of understand what you are saying but. I got lost somewhere at the end and want help understanding what your saying. I’ll say from what I understand on the topic and say that you will never get lower ping than wifi does. is this what you have said in that topic?


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