Wires, they hold you back and keep you from going 5 feet to the sofa. just a few simple things you can do, by the way, im still in reno without a camera so bare with me. I have a wireless card and it works although my mom doesnt really get WiFi, and says she has no reason for it, so i forced to use an ethernet cord man does it suck. So this is Part 1.

This is also the page to download Classic Solitaire For Windows.

Part 2

Step 1: Just Do It!

If your reading a long instructable like Eric's for example, set it to view all steps and unplug your laptop from the Ethernet cable and wall outlet. Eric actually did write a fine instructable with no errors. :-)

Step 2: Just Steps Away!

With the page still loaded, walk over to your comfortable and sit, lay, jump or whatever and read an instructable. and dont ever click on a link or it will take you away from that page until you connect again.
Step 3: get a wireless card?
i have one.
Step 3: Get a router.
i have one.
Step 4: Use it!
Your not using the internet when you go on a website it saves it into a TEMP folder so you have downloaded it and when you get off the internet its still in your temp folder till you come off it Not a very good instructable no point
<strong>ARRRRGGG! the &quot;classic solitaire&quot; has a virus!</strong><br/><br/><strong>Nice</strong> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://securityresponse.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2003-092511-2425-99">Joke.Flipped</a> <strong>virus on austral1.exe!</strong><br/><br/><strong>Good thing Norton picked it up...</strong><br/>
I'm sorry but thats from the Norton website, i actually wouldn't count THEM as safe, it's not a virus.
get a longer cable, go wireless, go outside, etc... etc...
you know how when you step on a cord enough for the inside to break? thats what happened. i went wireless my mom in reno didnt, its DAMN hot outside.
wth? U still need the internet, what do u do if u want to click on a link woops u cant CUZ UR NOT CONNECTED! then u have to get off ur butt and load another page, and go back and forth
Hopefully not.

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