StartWright is the leading reference site for the information needs of information technology project managers and support staff traveling to, starting up, and working on remote, dispersed or virtual projects.

FAQ's

  1. Why did you build this Web Site?
  2. Where do you get the Thoughts of the Day?
  3. Why the information on York, PA?
  4. Where did you get all the URL's?
  5. What is a "personal portal"?
  6. How do I bookmark this web site?
  7. How do I turn off image loading to speed up viewing this site?

Why did you build this Web Site?

This Web Site was built to provide a focused site for "remote" Project Managers. Also, to be a "personal portal".

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Where do you get the Thoughts of the Day?

The quotations come from many sources: original sayings from the webmaster, quotation sites, magazine articles, newspapers, newsletters, etc.

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Why the information on York, PA?

StartWright Resources is located in York, PA, a great place to live and raise a family!

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Where did you get all the URL's?

The URL's are found in "cool site" listings, magazine articles, newspapers, and other web sites.

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What is a "personal portal"?

A "personal portal" is a personal webpage designed to get to links quickly without the clutter of advertisements.

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How do I bookmark this web site?

How to add this site as a "bookmark" in your browser: 

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Click on the "Favorites" menu option at the top of your browser window. A window will pop up with "This will add the page to your favorites..." Click "No, just add the page to my favorites."

Netscape Version 3.x

Click on the "Bookmarks" menu option at the top of your browser window, or, hold the "Ctrl" Key down and press the "d" key on your keyboard. Netscape 4.x Click on the "Bookmarks" menu option near the top of your browser window, move the cursor to "add bookmark" and click, or, hold the "Ctrl" Key down and press the "d" key on your keyboard.

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How Do I Turn Off Image Viewing

To turn off image loading, look in the Options menu of your web browser (if you don't have one, look under the menus you do have or look for the Preferences). There should be a button called "Auto Load Images" or something similar. Unclick it to turn off image loading. If you want to load the images by hand later, you can click on the "Images" button found on most web browsers to
load all of them at once, or click and hold the mouse button (right button in X windows) over an unloaded image if you're just interested in one of them.

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