A newsletter reader asked a question today about finding and reading past newsletter articles. I am guessing that perhaps other readers have the same question. I decided to write a brief article here in case someone else has the same questions.
Questions: Are all the articles only available by searching? Isn’t there a list to scroll through?
Answer: You can easily find and read past articles.
If you already know the topic or a few words of the article(s) you seek, simply enter those word(s) in the SEARCH box that is on almost all pages in this web site. It works almost the same as searches on Google or other search engines except that it searches in articles in this newsletter, not in the entire Word Wide Web.
The SEARCH BOX is the fastest way to find past articles if you know any of the word(s) in the article.
However, if you simply want to browse through past articles to see what has recently been published in recent months, click on the numbers shown at the top of the article listings:
Clicking on the numbers 1, 2, 3, and so on results in:
- Show the most recent articles
- Show the next to the most recent articles
- Show the third most recent page of articles
And so on and on… Clicking on those numbers shows past articles in reverse chronological order: the higher the number, the further back in time you go.