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Marin Green Drinks on March 12th


You have been invited by Jody Ceniceros to Marin Green Drinks.


Marin Green Drinks Invitation

WHAT:  Marin Green Drinks

WHERE: Marin RenCenter

                 1115 Third Street

                 San Rafael, CA 94901

WHEN:  March 12th, 2013, 5:30pm

Hi everyone,

I hope you've been enjoying the sun and would welcome some rain. We live in such a great area with wonderful people doing all sorts of interesting things.

Let's make a date March 12 to catch up with each other!

See you soon,

Jody Ceniceros

Marin Green Drinks website: www.greendrinks.org

Marin Green Drinks Facebook Page


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"Tab Preview" is a useful extension for Mozilla Firefox users:

  Mozilla Firefox Extension Tab Preview


Tab Preview is an extension for Firefox 1.5 that shows a preview of tab contents when you move your mouse over a background tab. It's simple to use, but surprisingly useful. 



Marin Green Drinks

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Relax, mingle and network with people who are living and working the greenest they can.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013 5:30-7:30pm at  

Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center

115 Third Street in San Rafael

A monthly open social events in over 650 cities worldwide! Ours is the 2nd Tuesday.

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Also, please Like our  Facebook Page,


 Green is the topic. Drinks the excuse!

www.greendrinks.org/CA/mill valley


Slim Down Your System Tray and Speed up your PC

windowsIs your aging PC slowing down? Got a lot of programs running in the system tray on the right end of your Windows taskbar (at the very bottom of your screen)? You might want to prevent some of them from loading every time Windows starts up!

These days every program seems to put its icon in your system tray. The icons do more than just fill up the taskbar. Each system tray icon represents a running program that's using system resources.

To identify a program, hold the mouse over an icon until a title pops up. Ask yourself if you need that program running all the time. If it's a firewall or an antivirus program that does something constructive while in the background, yes. But if it's something that helps y ou launch something, you can do without it.

Right-click the icon and examine the menu that pops up. There's often an Exit or Close option. When you select this, you may be asked whether you want the program to restart the next time you restart Windows; tell it you don't.

If that doesn't work, examine the pop-up menu for an option named 'Preferences' or 'Options'. Or open the program itself and check its menus for an option that will prevent it from loading on start-up.

It the program doesn't include a way to turn itself off, you can do so through Windows.
In Windows click on Start, Run, type msconfig, press Enter, and select the Startup tab; uncheck the box for anything you don't want starting up with Windows. Recheck the box to change it back again.

Want to learn more? Read these articles:

Reduce Windows Clutter, Improve Performance

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