They are open 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. Their phone number is (859) 236-6642.
The owners are Susan Coleman, Lauren Serey and Tammy Spurlin. You've guessed right if you wondered if they were the three babes in the cafe's name. As for the monkey, well, you'll have to look for more on the cafe in a coming issue of the Advocate or drop by the cafe to find the answer to that one.
Our local Dollar Tree has computer lights in stock for only $1. The lights are powered via a USB port. They have a swivel neck for easy of adjustment with a built-in clip and a small cord. They make a great extra light source for laptop users.
The Internet offers a ton of software that is free of charge. However, finding the software isn't always the easiest task. TheOpenCD project makes that task an easy one. The latest release of TheOpenCD is a collection of 22 free, top-notched open source software. All of the programs can be run in Windows and allow computer users to accomplish the most common computer-related tasks including word processing, presentations, e-mail, Web browsing, Web design, image manipulation and gaming. Download a copy of the ISO image to burn a CD of the programs at www.theopencd.org.
On June 21, Skype, a free telephony service, released a Skype client for Linux users. Skype is a service by the same folks behind Kazaa, the peer-to-peer file-sharing service. Currently Skype only allows calls to and from other Skype users. In the near future, they plan to launch their SkypeOut service which will allow their users to call to regular phones. Learn more about Skype at www.skype.com.
MSN Live chat events
July 6: Actress Alexa Vega, best known for her roles in the "Spy Kids" movies, chats about her role in her new film "Sleepover" at 6:30 p.m.
* Mozilla and Opera, two popular Web browsers are coming together to standardize plug-ins for browsers. The companies jointly submitted the Web Forms 2.0 specification to the Web consortium back in May. The specification targets Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser. Read more.
Sites to see
Visit the Fourth of July Party site. It's not too late to organize a Fourth of July party. The site features some fun things you can plan for both kids and adults.
Independence Day links can be found at www.giftideacenter.com/Holidays/Fourth_of_July/holiday_links.htm.
E-mail me at email@example.com; fax me at (859)236-9566; or write me snail-mail at The Advocate-Messenger, P.O. Box 149, Danville, KY 40423.