Articles in Category: Administration

Items related to Leo, Ask Leo! and overall website and related operations and administrivia.

2018's Most Popular

2018’s Most Popular Articles

My annual review of which articles got the most attention and generated the most commentary in 2018.

Looking Back at 2017

2017’s Most Popular Articles

My annual review of which articles got the most attention and generated the most commentary in 2017.

King Head

Patreon Changes

Patreon changed their fee structure causing some to decide to drop their support for Ask Leo!. Before you do so, I have an alternative that’s actually better for both of us.

Hacking into someone else’s account without their permission is wrong.

https://go.askleo.com/b/2590 #askleo #hacking

2016 Most Popular

2016’s Most Popular Articles

My annual review of which articles got the most attention and generated the most commentary in 2016.

How Do I Change or Delete my Patreon Subscription?

Changing or deleting your support for Ask Leo! on Patreon may not be obvious, so let me show you how.

Patreon

Ask Leo! Patron FAQ

Patreon allows you to support Ask Leo! with a monthly contribution, in return for which you get an assortment of patron-only rewards.

2015 in Review

2015 in Review

A look at the most popular Ask Leo! articles of 2015, as well as an overview of those that got the most comments (hint: you’ll nod your head in understanding on why one topic, more than any other, might generate so much discussion in 2015).

2015 Survey results

Some high-level results from my 2015 reader survey – what’s bugging you? I now have a better clue.

Top 10

2014’s Most Popular Articles

As the year ends I once again review which articles on Ask Leo! were the most popular and ponder the trends that they reveal.

2013’s Ten Most Popular Posts

As 2013 draws to a close, I review which articles on Ask Leo! were the most popular and briefly discuss what trends that I feel they reveal.

Thumbs Up

What’s the difference between an ad and your recommendation?

Advertisements, just like in newspapers or magazines, are nothing more than rented space on a page and should never be confused with recommendations.

Leo A. Notenboom

Who is Leo?

I help people use technology by answering their questions and educating on the web.

Protected: Ask Leo! Style Guide

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Do you accept guest posts?

Ask Leo! does not accept guest posts at this time.

Amazement & Wonder

About Ask Leo! and Leo Notenboom … and Making Technology Work

I help you use technology more effectively, giving you the confidence to do more, be more, and explore more of the world that today’s technology makes available to us all.

Product Reviews, Recommendations and Affiliate Links Disclosure

I frequently mention specific products in various ways on Ask Leo! – this page is to clarify exactly what those various approaches may be, and any potential relationship or benefit I might derive from those references.

Time for Questions

What is Facebook Fan Friday?

On most Friday afternoons I’ll make a post on the Ask Leo! Facebook page along the lines of: It’s Facebook Fan Friday! For the next hour or so I’ll do my best to respond to every question asked in a comment to this post. What’s got you scratching your head today? And for the next … Read more

Ask Leo! – Terms, Conditions, Privacy and Policies

An overview of the various terms of service that you agree to and should be aware of when you use the Ask Leo! website and newsletter.

Advertising on Ask Leo!

Ask Leo!’s advertising needs are quite taken care of, thank you.

Why Didn’t You Answer My Question?

I get a lot of questions every day. Here are some tips to increase your chances of finding the answer you need.

Link Disappeared

Unfortunately the destination of the link you clicked on has apparently changed or disappeared, and I don’t yet have an updated link or replacement. I apologize for the inconvenience, but in part it’s the way the internet works and changes over time. Thanks, Leo

What’s your public key?

You can actually get my public key (for leopugetsoundsoftware.com) from several key PGP/GPG servers out there, but for the record, here ’tis: