Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Banking Google Dollars - first try

ugh ~ I just finished drafting a post on how we set up Google AdSense and deposited a check we got in the mail using my iPhone.  It had a few screen shots and some pictures and I went back to clean up a few empty spaces....and I deleted the whole dang thing!

That every happen to you?  

Now I am out of time this morning as I have some things to do before we head out to our last Habitat build here in Virginia Beach so I will have to recreate the whole post tonight.  Man! I hate it when I do that!  So I will repost later today.  

Sorry about that! but thanks for checking in for another entry in the Roadrunner Chronicles.  More to come...

6 comments:

  1. I'm looking forward to your post, hoping to learn more. I have an Adsense account, but not much happening yet.
    - Mary Ann

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  2. Sure glad to hear that I'm not the only one that has done things such as deleting photos for the blog.

    Merry Christmas.
    Mac & Dianna

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  3. I think we've all done that a time or to, Randy. It's frustrating as I can never seem to recreate the blog as well as I think I did the first time - or, that could just be my imagination at work. Looking forward to reading it when you're done.

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  4. We always create our blog in our Word program and then copy and paste it when it is completed.

    Regarding the Adsense, we created a PayPal account and have them deposit it there, then we transfer it to our banking account. Our snail mail is much too behind us for us to even think about doing it that way. The IPhone deposit looks very cool. But, we are trying to stay with the dumb phones instead of trading in for any of the smart phones. Just our preference.

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  5. Ooops, that kinda goes with the stuff happens comment!

    But more than anything it is your pride that is damaged, because we all pride ourselves that we know all about this stuff, and then for that brief moment, we realize that we don't.

    What I hate is that you usually never really know what keystrokes caused the deletion. And thus you never really learn how not to do it again in the future.

    But since it is just a part of this blogging thing, putting your head down and saying aw shucks, and barging right on writing it over again is the best attitude.

    We will look forward to what you wanted us to know the first time!!
    Rod

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