I learned to use Google Forms by watching this tutorial by Steve Dotto.
After watching the presentation I reran it. Then I stopped it and went to my Google Drive and made the following form. You can send it to people to fill out or include it in a post like I have done here.
I thought that I would list the results of using Bluetooth to connect to speakers.
I have 3 Bluetooth devices: and Insignia Stereo Speaker, Echo, and Trekz Titanium bone-conducting headphones.
After pairing the Insignia works, but the speakers are just fair. The Echo has much better sound and pairs well after giving Alexa instruction to pair. The Trekz is great with the day long live and clear sound. It’s like the sound from an old stereo.
Yesterday, I hooked up the Echo to the Mercat. After playing for about a half hour the sound became scratchy. This also happens with the Insignia, often it is scratchy from the start. But it has never (fingers crossed) happened with the Trekz.
So I am wondering, do the processors get overworked? It never happens when the Echo plays my Amazon music. I would think that the audio signal is not being decoded when the distortion could occur.
So I am asking the group for explanations of this phenomena.
I put the Meerkat by System76 on my Christmas wish list this year. And got it! Once I plugged it in I haven’t gone back to my windows machine. It’s been wonderful and also a challenge. I found that I could not get drivers for my old Canon printer. So after research got a new HP 6978 that was on sale. It is wireless. And I couldn’t get all the features to work. So I plugged in my old printer cable and copy/scan / double side printing and scanning worked. My next challenge is to access the data on my windows drive. and to see if my exact program will work in wine.
I am planning to bring it Saturday.
I forgot to say that the printer keeps track of the ink and ships more to you when it gets down to one-third.